Public Notice – Request for Qualifications (RFQ) – Market Street

The Borough of Lewisburg requests “Statements of Qualifications and Proposals” from Transportation Engineering Firms for “A Public Safety-Public Health, Environmental, and Transportation Study, through nine (9) blocks of The Market Street Corridor (PA Route 45) in the Historic District of Lewisburg, Pennsylvania.

RFQ Public Notice

Additional Week Scheduled for Leaf Collection/Weather Permitting

If the winter weather cooperates, the Borough is planning one additional week of leaf collection Monday, December 3rd – Friday, December 7th.  Leaf collection will occur on your normal street cleaning day.  Please place leaves (no brush, no limbs, no bushes, etc.) at the curb by 6 AM.

And remember, if the weather doesn’t cooperate, Borough residents can self-haul their leaves to the Borough’s brush pile in the St. Anthony Street Recreation Complex on Wednesdays from 8 AM to 4 PM and on Saturdays from 8 AM until Noon. Identification showing you are a Borough resident will be needed.

Leaf Collection Suspended

Due to the recent snow event, the Borough will immediately suspend leaf collection. It was originally scheduled to end Friday, November 23rd. However, if the weather cooperates in December and there are leaves that remain, there may be a final round of leaf collection on street cleaning days. If this occurs, the Borough will also announce on their Facebook page.

REMINDER: Residents can self-haul their leaves to the Borough’s brush pile in the St. Anthony Street Recreation Complex on Wednesdays from 8 AM to 4 PM and on Saturdays from 8 AM until Noon. Identification showing you are a Borough resident will be needed.

Borough Office Closed Wednesday, November 14th

As a result of the parking lot construction currently underway, there will be no public access to the Borough Building, 55 South Fifth Street, from 11:30 AM through 4:30 PM on Wednesday, November 14, 2018.

Thank you for your patience and understanding.

Electronic Recycling Program Suspended

Lewisburg Borough has suspended our electronic recycling program effective immediately. The company who had been taking these electronic items for recycling has discontinued service. The Borough is trying to locate another company to recycle these items for our residents. If such a company is found, we will restart the electronic recycling program for our residents. If you have already scheduled an electronic recycling pick-up for October, your item(s) will still be collected on October 31st. However, no new pick-ups will be scheduled.