In an effort to improve quality of life in the East End, Steelton Borough Council is considering an ordinance establishing permanent designated street sweeper routes throughout the year to allow regular cleaning of East End streets.
The proposed ordinance will establish “No Parking” restrictions on designated streets during certain dates and times which impact on-street parking locations during certain times of the week.
These “No Parking” restrictions would be enforces from April 1st thru November 30th if the proposed ordinance is established.
In addition to the East End area, parts of several additional Borough streets are proposed to be added to the “No Parking” restrictions. Please review the proposed ordinance below for the list of streets included. Additional Streets consist of:
The Borough will also hold a 14 day public comment period in which residents may submit comments in writing for Council’s review. The public comment period will last from Monday, April 2nd until Monday, April 15th at 4:30 pm. Written comments may be submitted to Doug Brown, Borough Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org or mailed to:
ATTN: Street Sweeper Comments
123 North Front Street
Steelton, PA 17113
After reviewing public comments, Borough Council will consider passing the ordinance establishing a permanent street sweeper route and “No Parking” restrictions in the East End as well as the above list of additional streets.
Please call Doug Brown at 717-939-9842 ext. 5030 or by email at email@example.com with any questions.
Below are the proposed “No Parking” restrictions. The lines are located on the side of the streets that will be restricted. An online interactive map can be found here. (Works best on PC) The interactive map can will allow you to zoom in to better see which side of the street will be restricted. Each time frame can be selected individually.
At its October 16th meeting, Steelton Borough Council approved laying the draft 2018 General Fund and Sewer Fund Budgets out for public review. Residents are welcome to review the draft budgets right here or in person at Borough Hall during regular business hours. (more…)
Steelton, PA – Amrinder Singh, Director of Code Enforcement & Building Code Official for the Borough of Steelton, Pennsylvania has been awarded the Master Code Enforcement Professional Certification by the American Association of Code Enforcement. The Master Code Enforcement Professional (MCEP) is the highest level of certification the organization offers. While thousands of code enforcement officials are certified, only a small number have received this distinction.
Singh is the first Code Official in Pennsylvania and one of ten in the country to earn the certification, which requires and demonstrates commitment to the profession, diverse knowledge of codes, and a high level of self-initiative.
“It is with great pride and honor that the American Association of Code Enforcement grants the Certification of Master Code Professional to you. This is a very prestigious certification and shows that you are highly competent in all areas of Code Enforcement” stated Tana Bryant, 2nd Vice-President and Certification Committee Chairperson for the American Association of Code Enforcement.
To obtain this designation, Code Officials must successfully complete and pass the five exams required by the American Association of Code Enforcement. These exams are administered by the International Code Council. Code Officials must also complete training from the Federal Emergency Management Agency, passing six National Incident Management System courses and exams. Lastly, must be currently employed in the field of code enforcement and have a minimum of seven years of active employment in the field of code enforcement and/or regulation of health or safety.
“I look forward to continuing to learn and grow as a code official by continuing to acquire more knowledge of codes, the latest best practices and techniques for enforcement, and learning what ordinances and methods have or have not worked in other municipalities to help eliminate blight, increasing the quality of life, and property values.” said Singh.
“Mr. Singh is an invaluable part of the new leadership team in Steelton” said Doug Brown, Borough Manager. Brown added, “We set out almost two years ago to chart a new path for the Steelton Borough Codes Office centered on integrity, knowledge, and professionalism. Mr. Singh’s attainment of Master Code Enforcement Professional reflects our new path.”
Singh also holds the following certifications from the International Code Council: Building Code Specialist, Building Inspector, Building Plans Examiner, Commercial Building Inspector, Commercial Energy Inspector, Housing and Zoning Code Specialist, ICC/AACE Code Enforcement Administrator, ICC/AACE Code Enforcement Officer, ICC/AACE Property Maintenance & Housing Inspector, ICC/AACE Zoning Inspector, Permit Specialist, Permit Technician, Residential Building Inspector, Residential Combination Inspector, Residential Electrical Inspector, Residential Energy Inspector/Plans Examiner, Residential Mechanical Inspector, and Residential Plumbing Inspector.
The American Association of Code Enforcement (AACE), founded in 1988 by representatives from five states, now represents all 50 states, the District of Columbia and Canada. AACE is the only association representing housing, property maintenance and zoning officials in the United States. Its members are employed by cities, towns, parishes, counties and state government for the enforcement of housing, property maintenance and zoning ordinances intended to provide minimum standards for the protection of the public’s health, safety and welfare. The association’s mission is to educate, elevate and improve the profession of code enforcement.
HARRISBURG, PA (July 29, 2017, 7:50 p.m.) – UGI Energy Services has successfully transferred the contents of a leaking propane tank that malfunctioned at approximately 2:30 p.m. on Friday, July 28 in Steelton. UGIES, Dauphin County HAZMAT and PP&L crews have conducted safety checks and tested air quality in the affected areas along Front and Second Streets, from Gibson Blvd. to Eleanor Street, in Steelton Borough, and from Sycamore Street to Gibson Street in Swatara Township and the City of Harrisburg, and have cleared the site for re-entry. (more…)
HARRISBURG, PA (July 29, 2017, 4:45 p.m.) – UGI Energy Services (UGIES) is continuing to draw down the contents of the propane tank that had a release valve malfunction at approximately 2:30 p.m. on Friday, July 28 in Steelton. As a precaution, Steelton Borough and Swatara Township officials last night ordered an evacuation of about 62 residents along Front and Second Streets from Gibson Blvd. to Eleanor Street in Steelton Borough, and from Sycamore Street to Gibson Street in the Swatara Township and the City of Harrisburg. (more…)
On Thursday, July 27th, the Society for American Baseball Research will tour historic sites of Negro Baseball League Legend Herbert “Rap” Dixon in Steelton Borough. (more…)
Steelton Borough is now accepting application for its brand new Adopt-a-PARK Program. The Adopt-a-PARK Program is similar to the Adopt-a-Block Program; participants are responsible for keeping their adopted park clean. After 2 successful cleanup events, the organization will receive a posted sign at their park and public recognition for their hard work.
Because of the limited number of parks in the Borough, the Adopt-a-PARK Program is open to only organizations/businesses and not individuals.
Applications are accepted on a first come first served basis. Do not wait, adopt a PARK today.
A mix of retail, commercial, and residential space will soon take shape across from Steelton Borough Hall and new townhomes are also planned, assisted by an incentive giving property tax relief for new construction and renovation.
The Renaissance Row project across from borough hall will feature 80,000-square-feet of commercial space and 46 one- and two-bedroom apartments in three, three story buildings. Additionally, groundbreaking on 12 affordable townhomes on Adams Street is planned for later this year.’’
“Providing property tax relief for new construction and renovation can make the difference between making it viable to move forward on a project,’’ said county board Chairman Jeff Haste. “By making development feasible, this incentive will lift up entire neighborhoods.’’ (more…)