Downtown Camp Hill Association

The DCHA is a main street revitalization organization that specifically covers the downtown Camp Hill business district along Market Street between 15th and 25th Streets.

Event Information 

Spring Fling
March 30 – 10am to 4pm

Summer Soiree
June 22
5pm to 8pm

Harvest Hop
September 21 – 10am to 4pm

Candy Cane Walk (2 day event)
11/23 – 10am to 4pm
11/24 – Noon to 4pm

Façade Grant Application

Monthly Meeting Information

Board of Directors – First Tuesday of the month at 5pm in the Borough Offices

Design Committee – Last Thursday of the month at 9am in the Borough Offices

Business Development Committee – Last Thursday of the month at Noon at a downtown Camp Hill restaurant

Promotion Committee – Last Thursday of the month at 3pm at Blooms by Vickrey


Contact Information:

Downtown Camp Hill Association
Mary Beth Brath – Downtown Coordinator/Director

2145 Walnut Street
Camp Hill, PA 17011

Phone: 717-737-3456
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History of Organization:

In July of 2016, a report was done by the Urban Land Institute regarding the Camp Hill Borough Business District Corridor. The report offered several suggestions for strengthening the downtown. One suggestion was to create an organization to promote the downtown and act as a liaison between the businesses and Borough Council.

In early 2018, Simone Collins Landscape Architects prepared a streetscape plan for the corridor. The plan suggested that a main street manager be hired to promote the district.

By May of 2018, the Borough hired Mary Beth Brath to form a main street organization that would follow the Four Point Main Street Approach as established by Main Street America; a program of the nonprofit National Main Street Center, Inc., a subsidiary of the National Trust for Historic Preservation.

In June of 2018, the Downtown Camp Hill Association started to take shape. The DCHA office is located in the Borough Offices.

The DCHA specifically focuses on the downtown business district along Market Street between 15th and 25th Streets.