The Planning Commission meeting scheduled for December 1, 2021 has been canceled.
Mayor Wagner declared trick or treating to be held on October 31st from 5:30 PM to 8:00 PM in the Borough of Lewisburg.
Have a safe and exciting time.
The proposed 2022 budget is currently available for public inspection at the Borough Office during regular business hours or click the 2022 DRAFT Budget link below. This proposed budget will be considered for adoption by Council at their regular monthly meeting on Tuesday, November 16th at 6:30 PM.
The Lewisburg Borough Office and Public Works Department will be closed on Monday, September 6, 2021, to observe the Labor Day Holiday. Refuse normally picked up on Monday will be picked up Tuesday, September 7, 2021, and refuse normally picked up on Tuesday will be picked up Wednesday, September 8, 2021.
As a grantee of the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program, Lewisburg Borough annually undertakes a Fair Housing action to comply with the State’s Fair Housing requirements. This action helps to affirm and further fair housing in Lewisburg Borough. For Federal Fiscal Year (FFY) 2021, a Fair Housing Hub was created on SEDA-COG’s website to affirmatively further fair housing. This webpage can be found at https://seda-cog.org/ under the For Residents tab.
The purpose of the webpage is to raise awareness within Lewisburg (and other local communities) regarding the right to fair housing choice without facing discrimination. By utilizing this tool, residents will gain knowledge on fair housing laws and rights, affordable housing options including rent and mortgage and utilities assistance, accessible housing options, housing quality, bias and discrimination, financial literacy and preparedness, and access to opportunities.
We encourage our residents, property owners, social service agencies, housing managers, and lending professionals to take advantage of this opportunity to affirmatively further fair housing in Lewisburg Borough by reviewing the information contained at the link https://seda-cog.org/departments/community-development/fair-housing-educational-guide/. We also encourage those individuals, agencies, and companies to share this link on their websites and social media platforms.
Any questions regarding the information contained at this link can be directed to Tyler Dombroski, Director, Community Development Program, SEDA-Council of Governments – email@example.com.
The Borough is currently accepting applications for a full-time Public Works employee to work primarily with the Refuse Disposal team. Details can be found below in the job advertisement and the job description. Also below is an application for employment form.