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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Medication Disposal Boxes

Many residents have called the Township office to ask if we provide a drop box for the safe disposal of medications which are expired or no longer Read More

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Escape The Ordinary

Expand your horizons; visit the Wernersville Library this summer. The library has a lot happening in August. Paul Merklein, cartoonist and Read More


Movie Night – Update

"The Dog Who Saved Summer" The Recreation Board sponsored a free "Dinner and A Movie" night on Saturday, July 18th. Attendees were treated to a Read More

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Upcoming Events

6:00 pm Recreation Board Meeting – Resid... @ Township Building Meeting Room
Recreation Board Meeting – Resid... @ Township Building Meeting Room
Sep 7 @ 6:00 pm
Recreation Board Meeting - Residents Welcome @ Township Building Meeting Room
The Recreation Board is composed of five volunteers from our community who actively organize events and plan for future recreation facilities. This year’s events have included the annual Easter Egg Hunt, Earth Day, Local GovernmentRead More

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2nd Quarter Sewer Bills Due Friday Aug 14

Second quarter bills are due now; after Friday the 14th of August, you will be assessed a 10% late fee. Bills paid with Read More