Month: March 2020

Important Notice From the Borough Manager

Dear Borough Residents and Business owners,

By this time everyone is aware of the current COVID-19 /Coronavirus situation that is encompassing the globe, while the service to the residents of Mechanicsburg must continue, we feel the necessity to proceed with caution and safety at this time is of the utmost importance to our residents, staff and the public in general. Therefore, The Borough of Mechanicsburg in an effort to not place the residents or employees in an uncomfortable or potentially unsafe situation, beginning Monday March 16th, 2020, we will be closing the Offices at 36 West Allen Street to ALL WALK-IN public counter services until further notice.  Appointments can be made with the staff by phone, or email.    If you need to contact the Police Department for a non-emergency issue, please use the after-hours call box.

As always if it is an emergency please call 911.

 Sanitary Sewer and Refuse payments may be made at the drop box at the Borough Office, first class mail, or online. The drop box is located to the right of the main door to the Borough Office.  We are looking to be prepared, but not add to the current panic, and we encourage you to do the same with your family or business. We must continue a sense of normalcy and calmness as we all navigate this together. We want to do the most responsible thing, not only for our residents’ interests, but also our community’s and employees’ interests. We will be making a decision on the Scheduled Joint Borough Council-Municipal Authority meeting shortly and will release that decision at a later time.  There are many links to information concerning the Covid-19/Coronavirus available on the internet.  The two the Borough is following are listed below.

 https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html   

 https://www.health.pa.gov/Pages/default.aspx

 If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us.

 717 691 3310 Borough Administrative Office                               717 691 3300 Police Non-emergency Number

                                                                                                    Sincerely,

                                                                                                   Roger L.  Ciecierski,  Borough Manager

                                                                                                               

 

 

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