Saturday, April 29, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Stroll through downtown Camp Hill and discover all that the Borough has to offer! More than 20 participating local businesses will feature a variety of specials, promotions, demonstrations, plus live music and refreshments — including local wine and craft beer samples at select locations — throughout the day.
Visit our Facebook page for updates: https://www.facebook.com/CampHillEventsPage/
Street sweeping will begin on Monday, April 10, 2017. Sweeping will take place the day AFTER your regular scheduled trash collection on the second and fourth weeks of the month. Please avoid placing grass clippings, tree limbs or any other debris in the street. This can cause damage to the sweeper and down-time for the operator resulting in an inability to maintain the schedule. Property owners are also asked to keep trees along the curb-line trimmed to a minimum of 12 feet above the street so that the sweeper can work close to the curb without damage to the machine.
As in years past, PennDOT will sponsor an extensive Summer Employment Program (SEP), which includes government services interns. The program runs April through August 2017 to supplement the permanent workforce. Government services interns primarily perform summer maintenance, sign upgrade services, and/or engage in labor duties in maintenance organizations, as well as worksites along the highway.
Candidates must be enrolled as a full-time college student for fall 2017 and have a valid Pennsylvania driver’s license.
The hourly rate is $12.97. Please contact our district office at 975-2235 by Feb. 10 if interested in this summer employment opportunity. Note that interested students must also submit an application online under the student summer employment positions category.
Want to stay informed with all Borough of Camp Hill sponsored news and events? By simply downloading the Borough App from the Apple store or Andorid marketplace you will be able to receive the most up to date information that is uploaded to the Borough website and receive push notifications making you aware of road closures, snow emergencies, Borough events, etc.
Borough Council and staff hopes this app will keep residents informed and promote greater communication in the community.
Search “Camp Hill Borough” in the Apple store or Android marketplace to find the app.
The Borough of Camp Hill is accepting applications for volunteers to serve on the Planning Commission and the Board of Health. If you would like to get involved in your community and be a key member of the Borough of Camp Hill government process, please send letter of interest detailing your interest in the position, background and any relevant experience that may help the committee.
Letters should be sent to the Borough Manager via email to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than February 17,2017.
Bike Friendly Community Information
Learn how to maintain and fix your bicycle … FREE … attend one session or all three sessions. No age limit … Youngsters and Seniors are encouraged to come join us. You’ll be better for the experience. Learn from experienced bicyclists the mechanics of fixing a bicycle.
Our 2017 Bicycle Maintenance Clinics are scheduled for three successive Saturdays in January, 12 noon to 3:00pm (Jan. 14, 21, 28) and you do not need to be a bike club member or have any prior experience in bike mechanics and you may attend one session or all three sessions.
Where : Lemoyne Borough Building, 510 Herman Ave., Lemoyne, PA 17043
Cost: $0.00 … that’s right there is no cost … these clinics are free but we may ask for a small donation ($1, $5, whatever you think it is worth) because there are a few supplies and refreshments which will be provided.
What will be taught : The basics in maintaining and fixing a bicycle starting with “How to Fix a Flat Tire” and “What to Carry on Your Bike”. Other topics depend on what our participants tell us they’d like to learn … Gears, Cleaning Your Bike, Helmet Fitting, Riding with Groups, Chain maintenance and potential issues. These are “hands on” clinics … first we’ll teach you how to do something and then you’ll do it yourself and experienced HBC members will assist you too. We’ll also tell you why you might want to consider joining a Bike Club and what HBC offers for the small cost of joining (we’re cheap to join and proud of it!) … events like our annual Finger Lakes Sojourn, Fall Tour, Annual Banquet, Spring Fling.
How to Register: Email Fran Moore (HelloLO@aol.com) and/or call Dave Young , tel. (717)877-0672, email email@example.com. Fran and Dave will need the following information: Your Name, Telephone Number, Date(s) You Plan to Attend, Address, Email Address. This same information is needed for anyone who accompanies you and will help us plan for the supplies and refreshments.
What to Bring :Your bike and bicycle helmet (for fitting); any bike tools you have already and a bike stand (if you already have one) … we’ll provide and loan out what tools we have. Local Bike Store representatives will also be available to offer technical assistance along with our experienced HBC Bike Club members.
HBC’s slogan is “Come Ride With Us!”. We hope to see you at one or more of our January Bike Maintenance Clinics.
HBC Maintenance Clinics Registration Form
Date(s) Attending: _____________________
Home Address: _________________________________________
Additional Participants: ___________________________________
Contact one of the following with your registration information:
Fran Moore (Email … HelloLO@aol.com)or
Dave Young (Email … firstname.lastname@example.org) and/or tel. (717)877-0672