On Saturday, April 15th at 10:00 am, the Steelton Borough will be holding our Annual Easter Egg Hunt at the Steelton Highspire High School for children Grades K-5.
Please be on time as the hunt will begin promptly at 10:00 am. (more…)
Construction crews continue to make substantial progress on the Disinfection Byproducts Rule Compliance Improve Project aka the Chlorine Contact Tank. This project, funded by a PENNVEST Loan, will install a 260,000 gallon chlorine contact tank at the Steelton Water Filtration Plant. The tank will allow for the chlorination of water post-filtration, greatly minimizing the occurrence of disinfection byproducts. (more…)
Steelton Borough is proud to welcome a new member to the Adopt-A-Block family. Promise Place has adopted the 300 block of South Second Street from Chestnut to Mohn. Send a thanks to Promise Place for doing their part in keeping Steelton clean.
Steelton Borough honored the community’s first-ever Adopt-A-Block Program participants at the February 6th Borough Council meeting. (more…)
On December 19th, Steelton Borough Council passed Ordinance 2016-06 providing for the establishment of medical-cannabis-based businesses in the Borough’s commercial and industrial districts under Pennsylvania’s recently enacted Medical Marijuana Act (Act 16 of 2016). (more…)
Saturday, November 26, 2016 is Small Business Saturday – a day to celebrate and support small businesses and all they do for their communities.
Support your local Steelton businesses by eating and shopping locally this Saturday, and every day. (more…)
This one-of-a-kind park will provide a place for local youth to skate while also attracting visitors to the Borough for tournaments, camps, and other events. Funded in large part by a Dauphin County Tourism Grant, Steelton Skate Park will be the only park of its kind in Dauphin County and the surrounding area, drawing skateboarders and action sports enthusiasts from the region for tournaments, demos, events, and camps. It will also serve as a hub for local skateboarders (a growing demographic in the Borough) and fits into the larger revitalization of Municipal Park as a recreational and cultural hub. (more…)
Congratulations and thanks to William “Yogi” Jones, the first person in Steelton to adopt a block. You can adopt your block by filling out the Adopt a Block applications and returning it to the Borough Manager. (more…)
Steelton Borough saw record turnout for its annual National Night Out event on Tuesday, August 2nd.
An estimated 400 members of the community showed up to the event, which featured music, samples of hometown foods from Steelton, dancing, face-painting, skateboarding demonstrations, games, and opportunities for the public to interact with Steelton’s police officers. (more…)