Steelton Skate Park Coming to Municipal Park: Spring/Summer 2017

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…)

Brownfields Project Site Update

May 18th, Borough staff, contractors, and representatives of the Department of Environmental Protection met to walk through the Brownfields Project Site and discuss progress on the project.

Contractors have removed the primary structures and are now digging up foundations and pavement.Work includes sampling of underground storage tanks to make the site environmentally cleared for development. (more…)

Steelton Police Department Presents Safe Sitter!

Penn State Health Children’s Hospital and Steelton Police Department Presents Safe Sitter!

Penn State Health Children’s Hospital and Steelton Police Department are proud to offer Safe Sitter training. We hope to provide information that will teach your child how to handle emergencies when caring for other children. The program also shares ideas on how to manage being a sitter and the responsibilities and concerns that may arise. (more…)

Steelton Borough Continues to Improve Downtown with Completion of Bollard Replacement Project

As part of ongoing efforts to improve Steelton’s downtown area, the Borough recently completed its Bollard Replacement Project on January 15, 2016. The project replaced 27 bollards at the Front and Locust Street areas that had been damaged or displaced due to vehicles crashing into them. The Borough is currently looking into the installation of surveillance cameras at Front and Locust Streets to record any vehicles that damage or displace a bollard without reporting the accident. (more…)