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Council Vacancy

NOTICE Camp Hill Borough currently has one (1) vacancy on the Borough Council. Persons interested must be a resident in the borough for 1 year and a registered elector. Camp Hill Borough residents who are interested in serving until the unexpired term ends in December 2019 can send letters of interest to Pat Dennis, Borough Manager, Borough of Camp Hill, 2145 Walnut Street, Camp Hill, PA 17011 . Letters should describe the background of the proposed applicant, the length of time said applicant has continuously been a Camp Hill Borough resident, and if the applicant is a registered elector in the Borough. Letters of interest will be accepted through May 31, 2019 by close of business. The candidate who applied and interviewed for the prior vacancy will be considered for the current vacancy without need to reapply or reinterview. The Camp Hill Borough Council will interview candidates and consider an appointment for the vacancy at a public meeting to be held on June 6 , 2019 at 6 p.m., at the Camp Hill Borough Hall, 2145 Walnut Street, Camp Hill.

Camp Hill Borough Receives Funding for Market Street Streetscape and Pedestrian Safety Improvements

Camp Hill Borough Receives Funding for Market Street Streetscape and Pedestrian Safety Improvements

At the March 26, 2019, meeting of the Commonwealth Financing Authority (CFA), Camp Hill Borough was awarded a $700,000 grant from the Multimodal Transportation Fund (MTF). This was one of four MTF grants awarded this round in Cumberland County through the CFA, an independent state agency charged with overseeing the funding of grant and loan programs administered by the Department of Community and Economic Development. 

The project consists of improvement of the streetscape from 15th Street to 25th Street. Grant funds will be used to help construct infrastructure improvements as part of the Borough’s ongoing effort to create an attractive, vibrant and pedestrian-friendly downtown corridor.

Borough Council is extremely grateful to Senator Mike Regan and Representative Greg Rothman for their strong support of this project and their dedication to improving Camp Hill.