Tier II DBP Violation

Important Information About the Public Notice Enclosed

The Steelton Borough Water Authority and staff take producing the highest quality drinking water very seriously. Over the past two years, the Authority has invested heavily into infrastructure and operational improvements in response to newer and more stringent environmental testing and reporting standards. (more…)

Applicant Sought For Steelton Borough Planning Commission

The Borough of Steelton is seeking resumes from residents interested in appointment to the Steelton Planning Commission for a two year term ending December 31, 2018.  Applicants must be residents of Steelton Borough, be available to attend meetings held the third Thursday of every month at 6pm.  Knowledge and experience in local government zoning and planning is preferred.

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1/29/2016 Snow Update

The Steelton Public Works Department, contractors, and staff worked hard this week to clear main roads, open alleys, and keep conditions as safe as possible for residents given the magnitude of Winter Storm Jonas. We thank Borough residents for their patience and cooperation this week. Warmer temperatures will return this weekend into next week helping reduce the amount of snow piled on the side of streets. On Monday, the Public Works Department will continue to remove snow in the Borough focusing on intersections and corners. This will be the last update for this week. Please keep in mind the following reminders: (more…)

Attention: Lincoln St. Residents

Attention Lincoln Street Residents: Snow Removal on Friday, January 29th in Certain Sections

Be prepared to move your car off of Lincoln Street tomorrow. After finishing Second Street, Borough staff and contractors will attempt to remove as much snow as possible from Lincoln Street. Moving your car off the street will help facilitate snow removal. Please be prepared to move your car off of Lincoln Street by the afternoon.

Steelton Borough Police will be knocking on doors tomorrow to remind Lincoln Street residents to move their cars in the section of Lincoln Street the Borough is working on.

There is no “No Parking” designation for Lincoln Street tomorrow, and towing will not be enforced. However, voluntarily moving your car off the street will help the Borough clear as much snow as possible.

Doug Brown, Borough Manager

1/28/2016 Snow Update

Evening Update:

Front, Swatara and Pine Streets Cleared and Open for Parking:

Today, the Steelton Public Works Department and contractors cleared snow on Pine Street and Swatara Street. Both Streets are now open for parking.

Residents can now park on Front Street, Pine Street, and Swatara Street. (more…)

1/27/2016 Snow Update

Evening Update:

Parking Ban Lifted for All Areas of Front Street

Front Street has been cleared by Borough staff and is now open to parking on both sides. Reminder: please follow all normal parking regulations on Front Street. (more…)

1/26/2016 Snow Update

The Public Works Department, contractors, the Police Department and Fire Department continue to coordinate snow cleanup and clearing efforts in the Borough. In the coming days, residents will need to stay tuned for additional street closures and notifications as we move through the Borough cleaning up streets and side alleys.

Snow Emergency Extended Until Friday, January 29th at 6pm.

Due to the extensive cleanup effort needed to clear streets, Mayor Acri has extended the Snow Emergency Declaration until Friday, January 29th at 6pm. Please follow the website for information on additional No Parking designations needed to clean the streets. (more…)

Trash Pickup Cancelled this Week

Due to the amount of snowfall this weekend and the amount of snow that needs to be cleared from Borough streets, trash services will be suspended for this week.

PLEASE DO NOT PLACE TRASH OUT FOR PICKUP THIS WEEK. It will not be picked up by Republic Services.

Next week, Republic Services will pick up double the amount for trash for residents.

This is necessary to keep trash cans and trash out of the streets this week while the Borough removes snow.

Thank you again for your patience.

Doug Brown, Borough Manager