Snow is in the forecast for the weekend! When snow falls, residents have a responsibility to clear the sidewalks.
Within 8 hours after snow or ice has fallen, clear sidewalks along their entire length of your property with a path no less than 3 feet wide. The hours between 9 pm and 7 am are not figured into this period of 8 hours. Also remember, it is a citable offense to shovel, blow, plow or discharge snow or ice into streets or alleys.
Residents are reminded that dumping in Borough dumpsters is not allowed. Placing hazardous waste in Borough dumpsters is never permitted. Those found in violation will be cited.
For more information on garbage collection in Camp Hill Borough, visit Penn Waste. Information on disposing of hazardous materials may be found on the Cumberland County website.
Are you or someone you know looking for summer employment? Come work with us! Camp Hill Parks And Recreation is now hiring. We are seeking a summer intern, camp counselors, lifeguards, and snack bar employees. Learn more at www.camphillborough.com/employment-opportunities/
All applications should be mailed to the Main Office at the Borough, 2145 Walnut Street, Camp Hill, PA 17011.
The Borough of Camp Hill is seeking requests for proposal for Borough solicitor. A full request for proposal can be found below. Proposals will be accepted until close of business on January 31, 2020, and should be directed to Patrick Dennis, Borough Manager, Camp Hill, PA 17011.
Full Request for Proposal - Solicitor
Congratulations to three newly promoted officers in the Camp Hill Police Department. Pictured with Chief Margeson and Mayor Simpson are Patrol Officer Todd Harrer promoted to the rank of Sergeant, Sergeant John Kidman promoted to the rank of Lieutenant, and Patrol Officer Scott Cornelious promoted to the rank of Sergeant.
The Camp Hill Police Department can be found at http://camphillpolice.org/ or follow them on Facebook.
The January council meeting will be held on Monday, January 6 instead of Wednesday, and it will be combined with the board reorganization. The meeting is at 7 pm and open to all. Find the agenda to both the reorganization and regular council meeting below.
January 2020 Council Meeting Agendas and Packet
Additional proposed revisions to the Camp Hill Borough Sign Regulations are available for public review and comment. These revisions are also available under the Camp Hill Government page.
Proposed Sign Regulations Revisions – December 2019
Members of the Recreation Commission have been busy observing decorated homes in Camp Hill Borough, and they have chosen the winners of this year’s Annual Camp Hill Holiday Home Decorating Contest. A round of applause for our winners:
1st Place: 236 N. 29th Street
2nd Place: 303 N. 23rd Street
3rd Place: 3109 Columbia Avenue
Congratulations to all, and a special thank you to Blooms by Vickrey for the prizes!
The Camp Hill Community and Business Relations Committee has begun a review of the 2015 Camp Hill Strategic Plan. The committee would like input from the community. They also are seeking individuals who would like to volunteer to be a member of the steering committee. The steering committee will help guide the review process.
If interested in volunteering or if you would like to provide input, please visit the link below to take a very brief survey. Adding your name or contact information is optional, but please do include that information if you are interested in becoming a steering committee member.
The survey deadline has been extended and will now close on January 6.
Strategic Planning Survey 2019
The Camp Hill Borough Council will meet on December 11 at 7 pm at the Borough hall, 2145 Walnut Street. The public is welcome to attend.
December 2019 Council Meeting Agenda and Packet