The Manheim Borough Police Department serves the communities of Manheim Borough and Rapho Township by protecting citizens and property, preventing crime, enforcing laws, and maintaining order. All Officers of the department are included in the rotation to patrol Manheim Borough and Rapho Township so they gain expertise in both communities. Manheim Borough Police Department patrols the 47 square miles of Rapho and 1.5 square miles of Manheim Borough.
The Northern Lancaster County Regional Police Department was founded and became operational as an entity on January 1, 2012, with the merger of the existing police departments from Clay Township, Penn Township, and Warwick Township.
The fire department protects all of Manheim Borough, and parts of Penn and Rapho Townships. We provide approximately 50 square miles of fire protection, as well as responding to assist neighboring communities. The Manheim Fire Department is an all-volunteer company, operating on the donations and support of its community. The demands on the firefighters go beyond the normal firefighting tactics for today's firefighters.
Located in rural Rapho Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. We are located approximately 6 miles from Manheim, Mount Joy, and Elizabethtown. Their coverage area is approximately 50 square miles, which includes mostly farmland and single-family dwellings. A 100% volunteer department.
Fire Department Mount Joy is an all volunteer organization located in Northwest Lancaster County, PA, that provides fire and rescue services to all of Mount Joy Borough and portions of East Donegal, Mount Joy and Rapho Townships, encompassing 28 square miles with a population of approximately 10,790 residents and 5810 land parcels (residential, business and agriculture). We also protect 4 miles of state route 283, 6 miles of state route 230 and 6 miles of the Amtrak mainline railway.
The purpose of this organization is to prevent destructive fires, fight and quell same, to safeguard the town of Penryn and its surrounding community from fire destruction and to assist in the quelling of destructive conflagrations, wherever assistance may be needed and demanded, as well as to elevate both the moral and mental relations of mankind.
Named in honor of William Penn, Penn Township is situated in north central Lancaster County in south central Pennsylvania and is located approximately 10 miles north of Lancaster City. The township has about 29.4 square miles with boundaries being Chiques Creek to the west, Cornwall Mountain to the north, and man-made boundaries to the east and south of the township. There are 62.77 miles of local roads in the township.
Rapho Township is a community of 10,442 residents. The Township is the largest land mass in Lancaster County, comprising 47 square miles. The Township is bordered on the east side by the Chiques Creek and on the west side by the Little Chiques Creek.
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