Lower Heidelberg Township has had a long and illustrious history. When driving our roadways, one encounters modern houses and businesses, then rolling fields of corn, rye, and wheat. In the south, Hains Church stands high atop a hill overlooking Wernersville in the Lebanon Valley and beyond to Cushion Peak in the South Mountains. In the north, Brownsville Road hugs the ridge affording panoramic vistas of Blue Marsh Lake and the majestic Blue Mountains in the distance. In between, old stone farmhouses, wooden barns, and deserted homesteads nestled in the hills stand as reminders of a by-gone era.

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Cardboard IS Recyclable

Please be aware that cardboard is recyclable and should not be placed with your trash on Monday. Instead, please remember to set your cardboard out Read More

Your Opinion Matters

The Lower Heidelberg Township Recreation Board is currently exploring ideas for community based recreation events. We would appreciate your input; Read More

Winter Storm Procedures

Please do not park your car in any cul-de-sac during a snow storm. Cars should remain in your driveway or garage to allow the snowplows to clean curb Read More

2015 Recycling Calendar

Recycling pickup is every other Thursday. The Township is divided into two zones, East and West, with Green Valley Road as the dividing line. Click Read More

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Local Scouts Recognized

Cub Scout Pack 423's Bear Cub den was recognized for their recent fund raising efforts at the Township meeting held on Read More