Angelica "Mimi" Wutz has served as the Borough Mayor since 1999.
Allen Runkle, Chairman - 814-355-0289
Alisha Barton, Vice Chair - 814-355-0822
Robert Fisher - 814-880-2137
Fred Ream - 814-357-9125
Brian McAfee - 814-280-8205
Jason Crestini - 814-355-1855
Jake Ream - 814-357-9125
Renee Swancer serves as the Secretary/Treasurer for the Borough.
Robert Fisher and Allen Runkle perform street maintenance services for the Borough and the water system. Stewart McCool does daily water readings, samples and reads the residential water meters on a monthly basis.
Michael Lesniak serves as the Borough's Zoning Officer and Building Code Official. Please click the link below to find out more.
Borough Officials remain vigilant during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis. Important information impacting Borough residents will be posted here. Below are important web links regarding COVID-19.
During this COVID-19 crisis, Borough operations will continue to maintain the health, welfare and safety of its residents.
The Borough has enacted an Emergency Declaration for COVID-19. This declaration will enable the Borough to be eligible for federal/state funding for expenditures directly resulting from the COVID-19 mitigation.
The playground is closed until further notice; however the park is open with social distancing.
Rental of the borough building is also suspended until further notice.
Borough tax "face" payment period extended to September 30, 2020, penalty of 10% will incur after that date.
Please see "other Tab" under Tax Collector for more information.
Grange Dinners are cancelled until further notice.
AMERICAN RED CROSS EVENT
This event is over; however, if you missed out in participating, you can still contact Chriss Schultz from the American Red Cross at the phone number listed below.
Part of the Red Cross Home Fire Campaign to reduce fire deaths and injuries—volunteers will be going door-to-door with community partners to install free smoke alarms and help families create escape plans throughout the Borough!
“Smoke alarms cut the risk of dying in a home fire by half,” said American Red Cross President & CEO Gail McGovern. “Every day across this country, home fires threaten families—but working smoke alarms can be the difference between survival and tragedy.”
Interested residents can visit redcross.org/gpahomefire to get involved with this Red Cross home fire safety and smoke alarm installation event.
If you are unable to be home during the install time, please call 717.439.8729 and leave a message.
Questions or need further information? Call Chriss Schultz at 717.234.3101
Please do not push snow out into Borough streets and alleys and please keep your vehicles off streets/alleys during snow events in order for us to plow.
Please link the link below to find out more about taxes.
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