HOURS OF OPERATION: DAYLIGHT TO DUSK
Rexroth Park is a 31-acre park located off Prayer Mission Road.
Along with sports fields, the park offers three different
walking/running trails consisting of a paved handicapped, a 5/8
mile and a 1 mile option. Trails are marked for your convenience
and trail maps can be downloaded from this page. There is also a tot-lot,
basketball and sandlot volleyball courts, and restroom
facilities. Parking lots are available off Prayer Mission Road
and Craley Road, adjacent to the lower level of the Township
While visiting the park, please remember:
• No damaging, destroying, or marking equipment on
• No littering.
No ATV's or snowmobiles.
No profane or obscene language.
• No horses or horseback riding
Dogs are permitted, but must be kept on a leash at
all times. The owner/handler shall remove any and all pet waste.
stations are available for your convenience.
PAVILION RENTAL FEES AND INFORMATION
The large pavilion accommodates approximately 120
people and the small pavilion accommodates approximately 60 people.
Charcoal grills are located at both pavilions and both pavilions have
||$50.00 (resident of Lower
$70.00 (non-resident fee)
||$25.00 (resident of Lower
$45.00 (non-resident fee)
||• Picnic tables under the pavilions are to
remain there – DO NOT move to other pavilions or anywhere else.
||• Renters are responsible for the cleanup of
the pavilion area and charcoal pits. Renters are provided with
garbage bags when paying for
||• Renters are responsible for any damage that
occurs during the time the pavilion is in use by their group.
||• Lower Windsor Township rents the pavilions
to residents and non-residents for non-commercial purposes.
Persons wishing to rent the
pavilions for commercial purposes
(3rd party) shall supply the township with proof of commercial
liability insurance coverage, naming
Lower Windsor Township as
an additional insured.
NO ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES OR DRUGS ARE ALLOWED ON THE PREMISES.
ALL TOWNSHIP FACILITIES AND REXROTH PARK ARE MONITORED BY 24 HOUR
SURVEILLANCE CAMERAS. USE AT YOUR OWN RISK.
Municipal Solid Waste/Garbage Disposal
Lower Windsor Township does not require residents or
commercial enterprises to use any specific solid waste disposal company.
All residents or commercial enterprises are responsible to contract
their own solid waste disposal.
Large item clean up is held in April and in October each year at the
Modern Landfill 4400 Mt. Pisgah Road. Please check the spring and fall
newsletters for the dates, times and coupons for dropping these items
off as well as for a list of items that will not be accepted.
BRUSH DROP OFF
Brush Drop Off – Will Resume On April 9th
LOWER WINDSOR TOWNSHIP RESIDENTS ONLY
We accept brush, limbs, any wood that is unpainted,
untreated, and free of metal. Leaves are not accepted.
This is conducted the second Saturday of each month from 7:00 am to
9:00 am at the highway building located at 111 Walnut Valley Court.
Signs will designate the drop-off area and employees will be available
ITEMS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED AT ANY OTHER TIME. NO DUMPING IS PERMITTED.
VIOLATORS WILL BE PROSECUTED.
The township provides recycling bins for the following
items 24 hours a day/7 days a week. The bins are located at the Lower
Windsor Township Maintenance Building, 111 Walnut Valley Ct.,
Wrightsville, PA 17368. The items can be placed all together and do not
need to be sorted. PLEASE DO NOT PUT ANYTHING OTHER THAN THE FOLLOWING
ITEMS IN THE BIN (including plastic bags):
Paper, paperboard and cardboard. Includes cardboard boxes, pizza
boxes, food boxes (cereal, macaroni), paper towel & toilet paper rolls,
paperboard packaging (tissue & shoe boxes), office paper (any color),
shredded paper, newspaper & inserts, magazines & catalogs, junk mail &
envelopes, paper bags, phone books.
Plastic containers #'s 1-7 – The neck of the container must be
smaller than the base.
Glass – Clear, brown and green glass food and beverage
Metal Cans – Aluminum beverage cans, steel food and beverage
cans, aerosol cans
Waste Collection Program
Download Hazardous Waste Kit