Surplus Property up for Bid

The Borough of Lewisburg has identified multiple items as surplus property and is accepting sealed bids for the purchase of these items.  All items are being sold “As-Is” with no expressed or implied warranties.

  • Lot 1 – 1997 F-350 4×4 DRW Truck with Boss V plow, Flink tailgate spreader SS and hydraulic dump with 47,982 miles.
  • Lot 2 – Wooden tables and chairs
  • Lot 3 – Decorative Holiday wreaths

Click Here for details, pictures, instructions, and forms.

Calling All Ward I Residents

An information-and-discussion session for residents of Lewisburg Ward I will be held at the William Cameron Engine Company Training Center on North Fifth Street, Lewisburg, on October 28 at 6 PM. Proposed topics to be addressed include the flood-plain restoration project in Hufnagle Park, shade-tree issues, mission and vision statements for the borough’s developing strategic plan, and the enforcement of the borough’s refuse ordinance. Any topics that participants want to raise will also be discussed.

All Ward I residents (Lewisburg residents living between the river and North 5th Street from Market Street to St. Anthony Street) are invited to attend, discuss, and ask questions about these and other borough matters. The meeting will be led by Susan Mahon and Michael Derman, Ward I representatives to the Lewisburg Borough Council.

Fall Tree Trimming Pick-Up Schedule

The Borough will be conducting its curbside collection of tree trimmings the week of Monday, October 14th through Friday, October 18th. This is a one-time event that follows the normal street maintenance schedule.

Tree trimmings should be bundled, be no larger than 2″ in diameter and 4′ in length. All other tree trimmings can be taken to the brush pile located behind the Wolf Field Complex (off of St. Anthony Street) during the normal hours of operation – Wednesdays from 8 AM to 4 PM and Saturdays 8 AM to Noon.

NOTICE TO NON-RESIDENTS: There is a fee schedule for the use of the Borough’s brush pile. Feel free to contact the Borough Office for details.

Fall Leaf Pick-Up Schedule

The Borough’s fall leaf pick-up season begins on Monday, September 16th.

Only leaves should be raked into piles along the curb on your regularly scheduled street cleaning day. Remember, leaf pick-up requires that the ‘no parking’ restrictions be honored the entire time posted on the street signs!

Monday, September 30th the Borough will tow vehicles in violation of the parking requirements.

The last day for leaf pick-up will be Friday, November 22nd.

MARKET STREET LEAF PICK-UP: If you live on Market Street, place your leaves along the curb for pick-up between the hours of 6 AM and 7 AM every Monday morning.

Shade Tree Commission’s 2019 Arbor Day

Shade trees and urban forestry are vital parts of livable and sustainable communities. Arbor Day is a nationally recognized day for promoting the value of trees. It is celebrated in communities throughout the country, supported by the Arbor Day Foundation – a nonprofit organization dedicated to tree conservation efforts and to inspiring people to plant, nurture, and celebrate trees. The Arbor Day Foundation’s Tree City USA program has been “greening up” cities and towns throughout America since 1976. Lewisburg is proud to be a Tree City USA community and annually meets the four core standards of sound urban forestry management: maintaining a tree board or department, having a community tree ordinance, spending at least $2 per capita on urban forestry and celebrating Arbor Day.


Rain or shine, Lewisburg’s 2019 Arbor Day ceremony is scheduled to start at noon near the North 5th & St. Mary Street planting sites with a brief history of Arbor Day. DCNR Service Forester Jeff Osborne will present recognition flags to the Borough of Lewisburg and to Citizens’ Electric Co. for their commitment to the four standards of the Arbor Day Foundation’s Tree City USA and Tree Line USA programs. This is Lewisburg’s 34th year as a Tree City USA community and Citizens’ Electric’s 17th year as a Tree Line USA utility.


Refreshments will include arboreally-themed items such as tree tea!


As part of the Borough of Lewisburg’s 2019 Arbor Day celebration, and in cooperation with the Lewisburg Borough, the Lewisburg Shade Tree Commission and volunteers planted a Quercus Rubra (Red Oak), several each of Syringa ret. ‘Ivory Silk’ (Tree Lilac), Malus ‘Red Jewel’ (Crabapple) and Prunus sargentii ‘Columnaris’ (Sargent Cherry) along North 5th Street between St. John and St. Anthony Streets in Lewisburg, PA. These are a mix of large and medium-sized trees that showcase the variety of great trees people can choose to meet the need to have shade trees on every property.  The crabapple, tree lilac, and cherry are all delightful in the  spring with showy flowers, while the red oak can reach a majestic 75 feet in height at full maturity. In addition, the red oak is able to cope with poor and compacted soils while still growing up to two feet per year. The location of the newly planted trees will hopefully spur more urban forestry along borough-owned buildings.


Mayor Judith Wagner will read the Arbor Day Proclamation that urges all citizens to plant trees to gladden the heart and promote the well-being of this and future generations.  This will be her 15th participation in Arbor Day celebrations! Afterward, local tree experts, Bucknell Biology Professor Mark Spiro and landscape gardener Brian Gockley, both Lewisburg Shade Tree Commissioners, will lead a guided tour walk which will explore the diversity of tree species in the Borough. Gockley brings an affable enthusiasm to tree lore as well as years of experience as a shade tree commissioner.  Jordi Comas, fellow shade tree commissioner describes him as “a planter of tall trees and teller of taller tales.”  Spiro, also an experienced commissioner, is a professor of biology at Bucknell University where he specializes in plant biology.  He was instrumental in Bucknell’s “Campus Arboretum” program which includes a stellar walking tour of 73 species of trees on the campus.  The Bucknell Arboretum Walking Tour is also online.


All are welcome to attend the ceremony and join the guided tree walk. Wear comfortable walking shoes!



Jordi Comas

Lewisburg Borough Councilmember, 2nd ward

Lewisburg Shade Tree Commission



Barbara Kalin,

Lewisburg Shade Tree Commission Chair,

(570) 523.3000


Special Meeting to discuss Floodplain Mapping Changes on May 2, 2019

Lewisburg Borough will hold a special meeting in Council Chambers, 55 South Fifth Street, Lewisburg, on Thursday, May 2, 2019 at 6:30 PM to discuss proposed floodplain mapping changes located generally in the area between US Route 15 and North 15th Street. Engineers from Mid-Penn Engineering will be present to answer questions from property owners. Anyone requiring special assistance may call the Borough Office at 570-523-3614 to make necessary arrangements.