Manheim Township Police are currently on the scene of two separate rollover crashes. The first crash is in the 1300 block of Pleasure Road between Sunnybrook Drive and Walnut Street. The second crash is on Euclid Drive at North Eden Road. Both roadways are currently closed while emergency crews work the scenes. Motorists are encouraged to avoid these areas and plan alternate routes of travel. Updates will be provided when they become available.
The traffic signals along the 1300 block of Lititz Pike in front of the Golden Triangle Shopping Center, which were damaged earlier today, have been repaired. Traffic is flowing properly once again! As always please be careful when driving upon the roadways!
The traffic signal at the entrance to the Golden Triangle Shopping Center along the 1300 block of Lititz Pike is out. The signal was badly damaged after it was struck by a vehicle which traveled through the intersection. The signal will remain inoperable for numerous hours while repairs are made. Motorists should avoid this area, if possible, or plan an alternate route. Motorists who must go through this area should plan for major traffic delays. Updates will be provided as they become available.
Come join officers from the Manheim Township Police Department for a pop up picnic at the Target at the Shoppes at Belmont (1589 Fruitville Pike) from now until 1:00 p.m. Officers will be providing food, drinks, and stickers for the kids! We hope to see you there!
Reminder! National Night Out is set to occur in a few hours!
Manheim Township Police officers and employees will be at two locations this year! Overlook Park Campus near the swimming pool parking lot and the East Petersburg Community Pool. We hope to see you there! For more information CLICK HERE.
Officers from Manheim Township Police are currently performing traffic details which target aggressive driving upon the roadways of the Township. Please drive safely, pay attention, and refrain from using handheld electronic devices. We don't want to meet you roadside!
Chief Rudzinski and officers from the Manheim Township Police Department are urging residents to keep an eye on neighbors, fellow family members, and friends, who do not have air conditioning or might have health conditions exasperated by heat. During this heat wave, high temperatures and humidity are expected throughout this weekend. If you have not seen a neighbor for some time or feel there is a problem, call 911 and request police to perform a welfare check on their behalf!