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LITITZ BOROUGH - The LBPD is reporting that the two missing juveniles, Dakota GEIB and Kyra STOLTZUS, were found safe today around 9:00 AM.  Both juveniles are now in the company of their parents.  The LBPD appreciates the assistance and the information which was provided.  

Media contact: Media@LititzPD.org

Lititz Borough - The LBPD is currently seeking the whereabouts of two juveniles, believed to have runaways.   

Dakota GEIB, age 15, was last seen on January 18th, 2021 at around 1pm in the first block of East Orange Street.  GEIB is described as a white male, approximately 5’5”, 110lbs, with blue hair.  He was last seen wearing blue jeans and vans sneakers. 

LITITZ BOROUGH - The snow emergency that was declared yesterday (12/16/20), is set to expire tomorrow (12/18/20) at noon. At that time, all current parking restrictions along designated snow emergency routes will be lifted.  The LBPD thanks everyone for their patience.

Media contact: Media@LititzPD.org

LITITZ BOROUGH - The Borough of Lititz has declared a snow emergency.  The declaration is effective today (12/16/2020), starting at 6:00 PM and will last until Friday (12/18/2020) at 12:00PM.  This means that vehicles which are parked along the designated snow emergency routes must be moved before 6:00 PM tonight.  Vehicles that are not moved will be towed.  The streets which are designated as snow emergency routes are listed below, included on the attached map and are posted with signs:

LITITZ BOROUGH - The LBPD and Lititz Borough Municipal Office is experiencing a temporary phone outage due to an issue with the provider. 

If you need to contact the LBPD for a non-emergency matter in the meantime, you can use one of the following methods:

Non-emergency police dispatch: 717-664-1180.

Business office: Records@LititzPD.org

For EMERGENCIES, dial 911 Media contact: Media@LititzPD.org
 

LITITZ BOROUGH - The LBPD administrative business office will be closed on Thursday, November 26th and Friday, November 27th in observance of Thanksgiving. Non-urgent business inquiries may be sent to Records@LititzPD.org. The office will resume normal business hours on Monday, November 30th.

The LBPD provides 24/7/365 professional law enforcement services. If you need a police response, or to speak with an officer, this service remains unaffected by the holiday.   

LITITZ BOROUGH - The LBPD initiated a hit-and-run crash investigation on 10/09/2020 at 2:20 PM at the intersection of East Front Street & North Locust Street.

A striking vehicle hit the posted stop sign and left the scene without providing information or reporting the crash. As a result, the posted stop sign facing west-bound traffic on East Front Street sustained damage.

High water on roadway hazards are being reported around Lancaster County, including in Lititz Borough. It is never a good idea to drive through floodwater.  If you encounter a flooded roadway, turn around.

Please follow this link for safety information.

https://www.ready.pa.gov/BeInformed/Know-The-Threats/Pages/Flooding.aspx
 

ROAD HAZARD - ENTRANCE TO LITITZ SPRINGS PARK CLOSED DUE TO SINKHOLE

There is a sinkhole forming inside the entrance to the Lititz Springs Park from North Broad Street.  This required the park entrance from North Broad Street to be closed to all traffic.  The park is still open, however, all traffic must enter and exit from the rear entrance along West Maple Street.

The Lititz Borough Public Works has been contacted and is responding.

Please avoid the area of the 100 Block of West Sixth Street, between South Spruce Street and Crosswinds Drive due to a gas leak. LBPD, NLCRPD, Lititz Fire (and mutual aid) are working to control the hazard. A unified command system is established and all outstanding needs to control the hazard are being being worked.  This affects the area of South Spruce Street and West Sixth Street in Lititz Borough and portions of the Crosswinds Development in Warwick Township. Resident evacuations have been initiated. Contact has been made with the affected households regarding evacuation.

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