Your Healthy Lifestyle Starts Here

Lighten Up Lancaster County, the American Heart Association, and Franklin and Marshal College unveil walking path.

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Get out and ride with LULC this May.

View all of the Bike Month events on our Calendar page or click here to download our flyer.

We present the 2015 Well Workplace Awards Winners.

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Lighten Up Lancaster and Lancaster Civil Engineering's Active Living Project receives Achievement Award 

How We Have Lightened Up Lancaster.

Click here to view our video shared at the 2015 Annual Health Summit.
Lancaster Bikes!

Updated webpage and new Facebook page.

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05/30/2015 - emPower Training Systems Benefit 5k
emPower Training Systems to host Benefit 5k. Proceeds to benefit Lighten Up Lancaster. More details »
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Healthy Recipes


In the News


Local News

Jeff Speack, national walkability expert and author of, "The Walkable City," visits Lancaster to conduct an official assessment of City streets.
With an eye toward cutting health care costs and reducing sick days, companies are adding healthy options to their vending machines as part of wellness programs.
Tom Knapp of Lancaster Online writes about our first Open Streets Event!

National News

Safe Routes to School National Partnership reports on economiv benefits of investing in active transportation.
The League of American Bicyclists dives into bicycling policies that help to promote more activity and safety!
Lighten Up Lancaster makes national news for its combined efforts surrounding National Walking Day in Lancaster.

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Lighten Up Lancaster County Coalition is a group of concerned individuals, organizations and employers, in partnership with Lancaster General Health, who want to increase the number of children and adults in Lancaster County who are at a healthy weight.

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