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.
The Borough of Lewisburg is requesting proposals for the purchase of professional services associated with a Shared Use Path, Floodplain Restoration and Nature Play Area Project along Bull Run/Limestone Run in the Borough of Lewisburg, Union County, Pennsylvania. These services include all necessary design and specifications for the bidding of and contracting for the project. Complete proposal details, including the required proposal format may be obtained by contacting William Lowthert, Lewisburg Borough Manager at email@example.com.
The Borough is currently accepting applications for a full time employee to work as our Special Project Coordinator/Grant Manager. Details can be found below in the job advertisement and the job description. Also below is an application for employment form.
The Borough is currently accepting applications for a full time Public Works employee to work primarily as our Mechanic/Operator. Details can be found below in the job advertisement and the job description. Also below is an application for employment form.
At their September meeting, Council awarded the 2018 Street Improvement Project/Phase II to Dave Gutelius Excavating, Inc. Gutelius Excavating will be undertaking improvements on: South Third Street between Market Street and St. Louis Street; Cherry Alley between North Seventh Street and Linn Alley; South Sixth Street at James Alley; South Eighth Street between St. Louis and St. Catharine Street; St. Catharine Street from just west of South Eighth Street to South Seventh Street, and a small portion of Hawn Alley. Improvements will also be undertaken at the Borough Office parking lot. Be sure to watch for closed roadways and areas posted no parking. Gutelius Excavating anticipates beginning handicap ramp/curb cut work on South Third Street and South Sixth Street later this week (weather permitting).
We expect the project to be completed by the end of November 2018.
Halloween is this month. And on Wednesday, October 31st trick or treating can occur in the Borough between the hours of 6 PM and 9 PM.
Have a fun, exciting and safe evening.