The Borough is currently accepting applications for multiple positions:  A full-time Refuse Clerk; a full-time Laborer I/II in the Public Works Department (Landscaping, Park/Playground Maintenace, Recreation Facilities Focus); and a part-time, Temporary Laborer – Recycling Center.  Below you will find the advertisement for the open positions and job descriptions for these positions.  Also below is an application for your use.

Open Positions at the Borough

Refuse Clerk Job Description 

Laborer I/II Public Works-Refuse Job Description 

Part Time Labor er Public Works-Refuse-Recycling Temp Job Description

Application for Employment


Christmas Tree Collection – Entire Month of January

Lewisburg Borough will be picking up Holiday/Christmas trees throughout the month of January from Borough properties.  Please make sure to place your tree curbside in front of your home to allow for efficient collection by the Borough crew.  Tree collection will occur as the crew has availability and not necessarily on your street cleaning day.

Lewisburg Borough residents are also welcome to self-haul their Holiday/Christmas trees to the brush pile at the Recycling Center in the Wolfe Field Athletic Complex along St. Anthony Street.  The brush pile is open on Wednesdays from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm and Saturdays from 8:00 am to noon (weather permitting).

Thank you.


The adopted 2023 budget is currently available for public inspection at the Borough Office during regular business hours or click the 2023 Adopted Budget link below.

2023 Adopted Budget



The Borough of Lewisburg will begin its fall leaf pick-up season on Monday, September 19th. Only leaves should be raked into piles along the curb on your regularly scheduled street cleaning days. Motorists are reminded that leaf pickup requires that the “NO PARKING” restrictions be honored the entire time posted on the street signs. Beginning Monday, September 26th the Borough will tow vehicles in violation of the parking requirements. The last day for leaf pickup will be Friday, November 25th.


If you live on Market Street, place your leaves along the curb for pickup between the hours of 6 AM and 7 AM every Monday morning.


The Borough of Lewisburg will be conducting its curbside collection of tree trimmings during the week of Monday, October 17th through Friday, October 21st. This is a one-time event that will follow the normal street maintenance schedule. Tree trimmings should be bundled. Trimmings must 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 normal hours of operation – Wednesdays 8 AM to 4 PM and Saturdays 8 AM to Noon.

Lewisburg Borough Kicks Off Flood Mitigation Study

Lewisburg, PA – The Borough of Lewisburg kicked off the Lewisburg Flood Mitigation Study with Borough staff, SEDA-COG Flood Resiliency staff, and the project consultant team Herbert-Rowland & Grubic (HRG) and PennCore Consulting this past week. The nine-month study will document flood impacts in the Borough while also developing strategies to increase the Borough’s resiliency to future flooding.

“We know that over 50% of the Borough’s land area is located in the floodplain and we know that future flooding will impact the Borough and its residents”, said Steven Beattie, Lewisburg Community Development/Grant Manager, “but what we need more understanding about is how will a future flood impact private property, our residents, and Borough finances and services?”

The project is being funded by a $100,000 grant from the PA Department of Community and Economic Development’s Strategic Management Planning Program Grant program and $120,000 in funds from Lewisburg Borough. Additionally, Lewisburg Borough has sought guidance and technical assistance from SEDA-COG’s Flood Resiliency Program. “The goal of the study is to help residents and property owners understand the risk, reduce the damage cycle, and stop its financial and emotional drain on everyone connected to Lewisburg”, said Beattie.

The plan will establish a framework to develop initiatives and secure resources to improve the Borough’s flood resiliency. The plan will identify projects and initiatives, define the benefits to the community, identify probable costs and regulatory requirements, and develop a comprehensive plan of action to prioritize and guide Lewisburg Borough to become more flood resilient in the future.

The study will focus on multiple objectives, including:

  • Public outreach;
  • Identifying flood mitigation solutions for the North Fourth/North Fifth Street neighborhood;
  • Identifying flood mitigation solutions for Borough businesses (commercial/industrial) located in the floodway and numerous other businesses located within the regulatory floodplain/floodway (Zone AE);
  • Develop an operational recovery plan following a large flood event;
  • Determine revenue impacts on the Borough based on the severity of flooding;
  • Review Borough ordinances to consider revisions to improve flood resiliency; and
  • Develop a flood resilient community “toolbox” for the Borough and its residents to educate and remind us that we live in a flood-prone community, in which everyone must participate to become a future resilient community.

Previous studies, historic data, and current climate trends indicate the Borough must be prepared for the next flood event. This project is a major step towards achieving flood resiliency. HRG and PennCore have committed a team of experts to support this project and guide the Borough and its residents in becoming a flood-resilient community. “Critical to the success of this project will be continuous participation from the residents and business owners”, explained Juni Shahjabin Alam, a professional engineer at HRG, “We want to make sure they are well educated on flood resiliency and have the opportunity to provide valuable feedback as the planning evolves.”

The first clear signal that residents will see that this study is in full swing will be the surveying of all structures located in the regulatory floodplain (Zone A/E). The consultant team plans to survey all structures, over 500 in total, between Tuesday, September 6th and Friday, September 16th. This survey is very important to the Borough to understand the exact elevations of all structures in the floodplain and understand the severity of flooding that may occur relative to observed river levels.

“The Borough believes this survey data is critical to understanding to true impacts of flooding on the Borough residents”, Beattie said, “though we do not need to enter the buildings to gather data, we will need to enter covered stoops and porches just off the street right-of-way.” If residents are concerned, have questions, or prefer our survey team not enter their property, they should contact the Borough immediately. “This study is being completed to help our residents and to help our community bounce back from flood events and continue to thrive.”, Beattie explained, “We invite everyone to participate in the study through upcoming public surveys, meet and greets, and public forums.”  

For more information on flood information in Lewisburg, visit the Borough’s website, and be sure to stay up-to-date with all of our Borough news on Facebook.


MEDIA CONTACT: Steven Beattie,

Labor Day Holiday Refuse Schedule

The Lewisburg Borough Office and Public Works Department will be closed on Monday, September 5, 2022, to observe the Labor Day Holiday. Refuse normally picked up on Monday will be picked up Tuesday, September 6, 2022, and refuse normally picked up on Tuesday will be picked up Wednesday, September 7, 2022, along with refuse normally picked up on Wednesday.