Parks & Recreation Board

Effective January 1, 2022 park pavilion rental rates for both Community and Flory Parks will increase from $65 to $85 per pavilion for residents of East Lampeter Township and from $95 to $120 per pavilion for non-residents.

Residents of East Lampeter Township park reservations procedure for 2022 will continue to use the envelope system at the beginning of the calendar year.  Residents of East Lampeter Township can pick up a numbered envelop which includes an application beginning January 3, 2022 at 8:00am.  Please fill out the application and return to the deposit slot at the front of the Township building or inside to the front desk. Applications will be processed on the day following receipt in number order of those received. Thus, if envelope number 1 is not received until January 6, 2022, it will not be processed until January 7 and any higher number envelopes that have been received will have already been processed and given priority. Check or money order are preferred. Be sure to provide an email address on the application as all receipts and permits will be emailed to the applicant.

MemberTerm Expires
Joel Bare5/5/2022
Christian Chretien5/5/2023
Diane Tyson5/5/2024
Jim Everhart5/5/2025
Frank Hollingsworth5/5/2026

About Parks & Recreation

The Park Board oversees the development and maintenance of Township Parks.  They also make recommendations to the Supervisors regarding operational policies for the parks. The Park Board is made up of five members who are appointed by the Board of Supervisors to five-year overlapping terms.

Currently the Township owns the Community Park on Hobson Road, which was purchased and developed as our first park.

In addition, the Township also purchased land adjacent to the ball fields behind Lafayette Fire Company which is being developed as Lafayette-Tower Park.

Finally, the Township owns approximately 43 acres of land behind the Wal-Mart store on Lincoln Highway East, which was donated by Robert and Agnes Flory and is currently being developed as Flory Park.

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