Starting October 16, 2023, to December 31, 2023:
Free Leaf Drop off at Compost Park with Resident Access Card. (Leaves Only - No sticks or branches)
- Drop off area will be available starting the morning of October 16th.
- Residents MUST have an Access Card to enter. (You can obtain an Access Card free of charge at the Municipal Office located at 1840 Municipal Drive.)
- Residents will be directed to the leaf drop area by the attendants on duty.
- Residents of Manheim Township and East Lampeter can drop off leaves using their Township Resident Access Card.
- Hours of operation are:
- October – Monday to Saturday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
- November and December - Monday to Saturday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and
Sunday 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
- Please refer to the map below directing residents to the drop off area.
Manheim Township provides a variety of seasonal services throughout the year. These services are outlined below:
Fall Leaf Collection
The Township Public Works staff and Leaf Crew collects approximately 2,000 tons per season.
Click here to view the upcoming 2023 Fall Leaf Collection Schedule.
Free leaf drop off at Compost Park starts Monday, October 16, 2023. Residents dropping off leaves prior to October 16 or after December 31, will incur the usual fees for yard waste disposal.
Click here to view our interactive map to find out what neighborhood you're located in.
Click on your neighborhood below to see your specific area:
Buckwalter Road (Koser Road to Twp Line)
Creek Road (Route 272 to Pinetown Road
Delp Road (Lititz Pike to Manheim Pike)
East Roseville Road (Lititz Pike to Eden Road)
Eden Road (Route 222 to Conestoga River)
Kissel Hill Commons
Kissel Hill Road (Valley Road to East Oregon Road)
Koser Road (Petersburg Road to Jetstar Drive)
Landis Valley Hunt
Rock Rimmon Ridges
Rocky Top Acres
Settlements of LV
Stone Mill Estates
West Roseville Road (Lititz Pike to Rt 283)
Snow and Ice Removal
The Public Works department is committed to providing excellent snow removal service. Although the Township has a general policy for snow removal, each storm event may be a cause for change. The Township is divided into zones. Within each zone, the major collection streets and roadways are attended to first, with the residential streets following. Salt material is spread on the roads at the start of a storm, and when snow starts to accumulate, the roads will be plowed with one single pass in each direction on each street. After the initial plowing, the plow will return to widen the cleared area as much as possible. When clearing driveway entrances keep in mind that the plow will be returning again and may block the driveway with additional snow. In our attempt to remove snow from the roads, plowed snow may damage mailboxes; wet heavy snow increases the chance of damage to mailboxes. To reduce the potential for damage, make sure your mailbox is secured tightly on a sturdy post. Damage occurring from plowed snow is the property owner's responsibly. The Township crew makes every effort to avoid causing damage to mailboxes. Some additional reminders during snow events: Do not push or throw snow in roadways. This create hazardous driving conditions. Drive carefully at a minimum speed. Keep parked vehicles off the street whenever possible.