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:

  • Swatara Street
  • Sweetbrier Alley
  • Mohn Street
  • Paxton Street
  • Bailey Street
  • Reading Street
  • South Third Street
  • Bessemer Street
  • Lebanon Street
  • Conestoga Street
  • Short Street
  • Fourth Street
  • Chambers Street
  • Ridge Street
  • Third Street
  • Washington Street

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 dbrown@steeltonpa.com 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 dbrown@steeltonpa.com with any questions.

Proposed Ordinance

Proposed Maps – East End

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.

Mondays – 9:00 am to 11:30 am

Mondays – 12:30 pm to 2:30 pm

Fridays – 7:30 am to 9:30 am

Fridays – 9:30 am to 11:30 am