Millersburg is a railroad town and a river town whose location has historically afforded it many economic and cultural opportunities. At one point in time much of the locally mined coal flowed through Millersburg on its way to market. The Lykens Valley Railroad connected the mines to the Wiconisco Canal and the Pennsylvania Railroad. Present Day MYO Park is located where coal was transferred to canal boats or coal cars. The remnants of the canal have been transformed into a natural area and trail. Another preserved form of bygone transportation to grace the Millersburg riverfront is the oldest active wooden stern wheel ferryboat in the country. In 2006 the Ferry Boat system joined the Millersburg’s Queen Anne style passenger railroad station on the National Historic Register.
The Millersburg Swimming Pool is now accepting memberships for the 2019 season. Please check our Parks page for more information about the Pool and a link to the membership form.
Exoneration Forms Available
Exoneration Forms for 2019 occupation taxes are now available. Forms can be picked up at the Borough office and an electronic version is posted here. This form must be notarized. Notary service is available at the Borough Office.
The Millersburg Borough Zoning Hearing Board has a vacancy for one alternate member. The Board is responsible for hearing appeals of zoning decisions. If you are interested, please submit a letter of interest to Borough Manager Chris McGann, 101 West Street, Millersburg, PA 17061 or email using the contact form.
Electronics Recycling is available the second Saturday of the month at the Upper Paxton Township Building. The event is held from 9 a.m. until noon.