Where is the LBPD station located?
The LBPD is located at 7 South Broad Street, Lititz, PA 17543. We are located at the intersection of South Broad Street (SR0501) and East Main Street (SR0772).
How do I contact an LBPD officer to make a report?
EMERGENCIES and events that are in-progress: Call 911.
Non-emergency phone: (717) 626-6393 (office) or (717) 664-1180 (Lancaster County non-emergency police dispatch).
Non-emergency in-person: Lititz Borough Police Department, 7 South Broad Street, Lititz, PA 17543.
Non-emergency online: Click here for online reporting.
How can I get a copy of a police report that I filed?
What should I do if I receive a traffic citation?
If you receive a traffic citation you have a couple of options. One think you should do is read the citation carefully, which will explain your rights and obligations, along with instructions on how you can respond by mail. You will need to decide if you are pleading guilty or not-guilty, If you plead not-guilty, the District Court will schedule your case for a summary trial to be heard at the Magisterial District Court. At the trial, you, the officer, and any witnesses will be given the opportunity to testify. You will also have the opportunity to question the officer and offer any evidence. At the end of the trial, the Magisterial District Judge will make a ruling on guilt or innocence. If you plead guilty, you will need to pay the total due on the citation or contact the court to discuss a payment plan. The LBPD does not accept payments for traffic citations. Click here to learn more about the local Magisterial District Court 02-2-08.
What should I do if I receive a parking ticket?
If you received a parking ticket you have two options.
First, you can pay the ticket. The paid ticket can be hand-delivered or mailed to the LBPD at 7 South Broad Street, Lititz, PA 17543. There is a mail slot available inside the Lititz Borough office to deposit paid parking tickets after normal business hours.
Second, you can dispute the ticking by completing a Parking Ticket Dispute Form (click here for the dispute form). Once you submit the dispute form, it will be provided to the officer or staff member who issued the ticket. The officer or staff member will decide on your dispute and contact you. Either the ticket will be voided by the officer or the staff member or it will remain in effect. If the ticket is not voided after your dispute you must either pay the amount due or simply not pay the ticket. If you do not pay the ticket, a traffic citation will be filed against you for non-payment before the Magisterial District Judge. If this happens, you can request a summary trial to be heard by the Magisterial District Judge.
If a parking ticket is not either paid or disputed, a traffic citation will be filed against you before the Magisterial District Judge.
What times are the parking meters in effect?
Monday through Saturday: 8:00 AM through 6:00 PM. Parking meters are not enforced on Sundays and holidays.
Does Lititz Borough have a curfew?
Yes. The curfew is for minors under the age of 18. The curfew is in effect each day of the year and does not change for summertime months.
Anyone 15 and younger:
- Sunday through Thursday: 10:00 PM until 6:00 AM.
- Friday and Saturday: 11:00 PM until 6:00 AM.
Anyone 16 or 17:
- Sunday through Thursday: 11:00 PM until 6:00 AM.
- Friday and Saturday: Midnight until 6:00 AM.
Click here to read the Lititz Borough curfew ordinance.