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.
Due to the large number of fallen tree branches resulting of the storm on Sunday night, the Lewisburg Borough Public Works crew will undertake a round of branch/limb pick-up from Wednesday, April 17th – Tuesday, April 23rd, 2019. Fallen branch pick-up will occur on your normal street cleaning day. Borough residents should place fallen tree limbs along the curb line in front of their house no later than 6:00 am on their designated street cleaning day. Residents are reminded that we will not take branches larger than 4 inches in diameter and we will not collect tree trunks and tree root balls. Lewisburg Borough residents are also welcome to haul their branches to the brush pile at Wolfe Field on Wednesdays from 8:00 am – 4:00 pm and on Saturdays from 8:00 am to noon. Please remember to bring proper identification.
Borough residents are encouraged to participate in the annual spring (brush, tree trimmings and leaves) pick-up scheduled for the week of April 1st through the 5th.
The Borough Public Works Department will be following the daily street maintenance schedule in its efforts to collect brush, tree trimmings and leaves. These materials will only be collected on the day the street is posted for no parking from 7 AM to Noon, and any subsequent debris left unattended will be considered litter.
Tree limbs and tree debris should be no larger than 4” in diameter and cut to manageable lengths. It should be placed between the curb and the sidewalk where appropriate. Leaves should be managed in the same manner as fall collection (placed in the gutter along the street) and not co-mingled with limbs and brush.
The Borough hopes this annual spring pick-up will help alleviate the hassle of collecting the material individually and having to schedule with the municipal brush pile times of operation. (Brush pile times of operation: Wednesdays 8 AM to 4 PM and Saturdays 8 AM to Noon.)
Additional questions can be directed to the Borough Office at (570) 523-3614 or feel free to stop in at the Borough Office located at 55 South Fifth Street, Lewisburg.
The 2018 Early Intervention Plan Study Results from February 19th, 2019 Council Meeting is available for the public.
The Lewisburg Borough Office and Public Works Department will be closed on Tuesday, December 25, 2018 to observe the Christmas Holiday, and Tuesday, January 1, 2019 to observe the New Year’s Holiday.
– Refuse normally picked up Tuesday, December 25th, will be picked up Wednesday the 26th, along with Wednesday’s regularly scheduled pick-ups.
– Refuse normally picked up Tuesday, January 1st, will be picked up Wednesday the 2nd, along with Wednesday’s regularly scheduled pick-ups.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: THE BOROUGH REFUSE CREW WILL BEGIN REFUSE COLLECTION THE 24TH OF DECEMBER (DAY BEFORE CHRISTMAS DAY) AND THE 31ST OF DECEMBER (DAY BEFORE NEW YEAR’S DAY) AT 5:30 AM DUE TO THE EARLY CLOSING OF THE LYCOMING LANDFILL.
RESIDENTS ARE ENCOURAGED TO PUT THEIR TRASH OUT THE NIGHT BEFORE ON THESE TWO DAYS.
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.