• Fall 2020/Winter 2021 Newsletter

    The Fall/Winter Newsletter is here!

    Here’s what you’ll find in this edition:

    • Be a Good Neighbor
    • New Council Member – Matt Auker
    • Christmas Tree Recycling
    • Let It Snow!
    • Chief Layden’s Corner
    • Pet Owner Etiquette
    • Mountville Memories by Beth Hess
    • Trash Services
    • Dates to Remember

    The Newsletter can be viewed on Borough website at www.mountvilleborough.com. or through the link below.  Printed copies are also available at the Mountville Borough Office, Sloan’s Pharmacy and the Mountville Public Library.

    Use this link to download the latest edition of the Mountville Borough Newsletter.
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  • Mountville Borough Annual Yard Sale

    Want to get rid of your “treasures” or find some new ones?

    The annual Mountville Community Yard Sale is the perfect way to accomplish this!

    Saturday, September 19, 2020

    (No Yard Sale Permit is required on this day.)

     

     

  • Pink Patch Project

    West Hempfield Township Police Department Goes Pink for October

    During the month of October, Officers will be wearing pink patches on their uniforms in order to promote awareness about Breast Cancer. They also will be raising money by selling our pink patches for $10 and T-shirts for $20. 100% of the proceeds will be donated to the Suzanne H. Arnold Center for Breast Health.  The T-shirt order form can be downloaded from the link below or picked up at the West Hempfield Township Police Department, Monday through Friday, 8:30 am 4:30 pm.  The deadline for ordering T-shirts is September 18, 2020.  (Anticipated delivery date is October 5, 2020.)  Patches are currently available at the West Hempfield Township Police Department.

    Any questions please call:  717-285-5191

    Pink patch Flyer
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  • Parks Have Reopened

     

    Effective Immediately

    All parks within the Borough are now open to the public for use.

     

     

    Mountville Borough – Update – June 10, 2020

  • Yard Waste: Tags

    Yard Waste Update:

    Effective July 1, 2020:

    GREEN yard waste tags will be REQUIRED on all yard waste bags. Tags can be purchased in person at the Mountville Borough office during normal business hours at a cost of $1.25 per tag. Bags continue to be available at the rear of the building.

    Reminder:
    Grass clippings are not permitted in brown yard waste bags.  Clippings should be placed with your regular trash.

     

     

     Message update: Monday, June 8, 2020

     

  • Update: Bulk Item Collection

    IMPORTANT MESSAGE REGARDING BULK ITEM COLLECTION

    • Effective Monday, June 1, 2020, bulk item collection will resume on the normal schedule.
    • Residents can place two bulk items at the curb on your regularly scheduled collection day (which is Friday for Mountville Borough) beginning on Friday, June 5.
    • A bulk item can include small furniture, carpet, or a mattress/box spring.

    An over-sized item tag (which costs $15.00) will be required in order for an item to be picked up.  Please contact the Mountville Borough office (717-285-5547 or info@mountville borough.com) to find out how to secure a tag for any item you would like to have picked up.

    As bulk collection resumes, collection times could be later than normal.  Your patience, cooperation, and understanding during this time will be greatly appreciated.

     

     Message update: Monday, June 1, 2020

     

  • Yard Waste – Grass Clippings

    Effective Immediately and Until Further Notice:

    Waste Management has notified the Borough they will NO LONGER pickup yard waste bags containing ANY grass clippings.

    All grass clippings should be placed in regular trash bags.

    Yard waste bags are to used strictly for non-grass yard debris.

     

    Effective Date:  May 14, 2020

     

     

     

  • Update: Summer Lawn Concerts

    John Hess, Director of the Mountville Summer Concert Series, just released the following:

    The 2020 season for the Mountville Lawn Concerts will not be held this summer due to unsettled health concerns and guidance received from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. This would have been the 26th season of the concerts.   We hope to continue the series again in the summer of 2021.

    Thanks again for all of your support.

     

     

     

     

  • Spring/Summer 2020 Newsletter

    The Spring/Summer 2020 Newsletter is here:
    What you’ll find in this edition:

    • New Council Member: Jonah Eastep
    • Summer Lawn Concert Schedule
    • Yard Sale and Solicitation Permits
    • Mountville Days Carnival
    • Mountville Business Spotlight – Sloan’s Pharmacy
    • Grass Clippings – Not for Streets
    • Mountville Historical Society and Museum News
    • Summer Playground Information
    • Trash Delay Dates
    • Spring/Summer Dates to Remember

    Use the link below to download the latest edition of the Mountville Borough Newsletter.

    MB_Spring 2020 Newsletter (WEB)

    Please Note:  The current edition of the Newsletter was printed prior to the Coronavirus outbreak in Pennsylvania. Therefore, some events/information may be altered. Please call the Borough office for confirmation and/or rescheduling of events.

    The Newsletter can be viewed, printed and/or downloaded from the Borough website at www.mountvilleborough.com.  Printed copies will  be available outside the back entrance of the Mountville Borough Offices during normal business hours (Monday – Friday 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM) starting Friday, April 3rd.    Please remember that residents still will not have access to the Borough Offices.

    At this time, our Mountville Business partners will not have copies of the Newsletter to distribute.

    Many thanks for your understanding as we all attempt to cope with life during these unprecedented times.

    Message update:  Thursday, April 2, 2020

  • Fall 2019/Winter 2020 Newsletter

    The Fall 2019/Winter 2020 Newsletter is here!
    What you’ll find in this edition:

    • News from the Police Department
    • Stormwater Management and Clean Water
    • When to Call 9-1-1
    • Think Snow
    • What Is Lycorma Delicatula?
    • Mountville Public Library News
    • Mountville Memories by Gladys Drybred
    • Trash Guidelines
    • Halloween Safety Reminders
    • Dates to Remember

    Use the link below to download the latest edition of the Mountville Borough Newsletter.

    Mountville Boro News_Fall 2019 (WEB)