February 18th Council Meeting Change

NOTICE is hereby given by the Borough of Lewisburg that the Borough Council’s February 18, 2020, Council Meeting will be held at 239 North Fifth Street in the Training/Classroom located on the First Floor of the Fire Department Support Center at 6:30 PM, not in the Borough Building Council Chambers.



Anyone requiring special assistance may call the Borough Office at 570-523-3614 to make necessary arrangements.

Ward I Council Member Vacancy

The Borough of Lewisburg has a vacancy for a Ward I Council Member.  Council serves as the legislative body of the Borough, setting policy, enacting ordinances and resolutions, adopting budgets, and levying taxes.  Council also performs executive functions such as formulating the budget, enforcing ordinances and approving expenditures.  In general, a Council member is a community leader and represents the Borough’s interests, past, present and future.  The extent of these activities will be defined by the individual’s own view of civic responsibilities, particular fields of individual interest, and personal skills and talents. This Council member would also be required to serve on various other committees/boards/commissions as needed.  Interested residents of Ward I should submit a letter/email of interest to the Borough Office no later than Friday, February 14, 2020.  Email address:  office@lewisburgborough.org.  A brief summary of the candidate’s interest should be included.  A resume is helpful, but not required.  Interested candidates should plan to attend the Borough Council Meeting on Tuesday, February 18, 2020 at 6:30 pm.


Any questions can be directed to William Lowthert, Lewisburg Borough Manager at 570-523-3614 between 8:00 AM and 4:30 PM or wlowthert@lewisburgborough.org.

Market Street Corridor Study

The Market Street Corridor Study is a data-driven comprehensive planning and engineering study that assessed public safety, public health, environmental, and transportation concerns along Market Street (PA Route 45) in the Historic District of Lewisburg Borough. The study area consists of a nine-block section of Market Street through Downtown Lewisburg, from the intersection of Market Street & US Route 15 to the Market Street Bridge over the West Branch of the Susquehanna River.
Early in 2019, the Borough of Lewisburg, its citizens, and its partnering institutions and organizations came together for the mutual purpose of seeking a better understanding of the impacts of heavy vehicle traffic along Market Street, now and in the future. An engineering consulting team was hired to perform technical data research and analysis, such as: pedestrian, car and truck counts, speed studies, crash analyses, traffic signal phasing analyses, sound level and vibration analyses, pavement studies, as well as merchant and safety survey inquiries.

Five core concerns emerged from the study: Public Health and Safety; Integrity of the Historic District; Economic Viability and Vitality of the Downtown; Public and Private Infrastructure; and Overall Quality of Life.

Click on the links below to read the study and appendices.

Final Market Street Corridor Traffic Study

Appendix A – Letters of Support Appendix B – Traffic Signal Diagrams Appendix C – Automatic Traffic Recorder Data Appendix D – Miovision Traffic Data
Appendix E – Traffic Volume Figures Appendix F – Crash Analysis Figure Appendix G – Signal Clearance Time Calculations Appendix H – Capacity Analysis Worksheets
Appendix I – Pedestrian Delay Calculations Appendix J – Noise and Vibration Study – Terra-Mechanics Inc Appendix K – Core Boring Reports – Stahl Sheaffer Appendix L – Letter from Fire Chief
Appendix M – Feedback from Public Meeting Appendix N – Market Street Corridor Survey on Safety Appendix O – Completed Market Street Corridor Study Feedback Forms

Appendix P – 2000 Lewisburg Borough Comprehensive Plan Excerpts

2020 Approved Budget

The 2020 Municipal Budget has been adopted. Click here to view 2020 Adopted Budget 11-19-19.

Trick or Treat – Change

The Borough of Lewisburg will have Trick or Treat Saturday, November 2nd from 6 PM to 9 PM.

2020 Proposed Budget

The proposed 2020 budget is currently available for public inspection at the Borough Office during regular business hours or click the 2020 Budget link below. This proposed budget will be considered for adoption by Council at their regular monthly meeting on Tuesday, November 19th at 6:30 PM.