Lancaster’s Fire Chief Accepts New Position with Manheim Township

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LANCASTER, PA — The Manheim Township Commissioners announced the recent hiring of Scott Little as their next Fire Chief, effective February 7, 2022.

Chief Little has served the City of Lancaster as Chief of Fire since May 2018, bringing his experience, energy, and vision to benefit local residents. Under his leadership, the City has made an unprecedented investment in apparatus, equipment, infrastructure — including the first new fire stations in 50 years — as well as training and professional development that supports the men and women of the Fire Bureau and their commitment to protecting the lives and properties of the residents of and visitors to Lancaster City.

Scott Little
Chief Scott Little

“Chief Little has been a trusted leader in the City, moving the Fire Bureau forward further and faster than I could have hoped. Manheim Township is fortunate to gain his service and I look forward to continuing our strong inter-municipal collaboration in fire and public safety,” said Mayor Sorace.

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Chief Little will serve in his current capacity until January 14, 2022, at which time the City of Lancaster will name an interim Chief and conduct a nationwide search for a permanent successor.

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