The Borough office is closed to the public, but the Borough will be conducting business via phone and email. The phone number is 717-692-2389 and the email address for Borough Manager Kayla Buker is firstname.lastname@example.org. If you need to submit forms or payments, please put a clearly labelled envelop containing your documents in the drop box by the Millersburg Authority door.
If you are in need of notary services, we ask that you call ahead and speak with the borough secretary-treasurer. Please remain in your vehicle or on the front sidewalk, wear a mask and use hand sanitizer, and bring your own pens.
In July, the Borough will resume in-person meetings. The details of how these meetings will be safely conducted can be accessed here. The Borough will continue to provide an online meeting room. The events page will be updated with information about how to join using a computer or calling in with a phone.
If you have questions about how to join meetings, or would prefer to share your comments via email or phone prior to the meeting, please contact the borough office Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Comments may be submitted via email or phone up to 30 minutes before the scheduled meeting start time.
We are asking all attendees to mute themselves when they join and instead use the chat function to express any comments or questions you may have. We are asking you to do this to limit the feedback and background noises that can be distractions on these calls. The borough thanks you for your support as we make this change.
DECLARATION OF DISASTER EMERGENCY
The Borough of Millersburg is monitoring the coronavirus situation. Following advice from Dauphin County, the borough is under a disaster emergency declaration as of April 29th, 2020. This disaster emergency declaration will hold until it is no longer needed, based on a Borough Council vote on March 25th. At this time, the office is closed to the public, but we are available via phone and online to handle business. Thank you, in advance, for your cooperation and understanding. We will continue to follow state and county recommendations for how to proceed during this time. We encourage all residents to follow CDC and PA Department of Health guidelines.
Parking meter enforcement resumed July 6, 2020.
Millersburg Borough recognizes that the spread of COVID-19 impacts every one of our community members. If you believe that there is a resource that is appropriate for this page that is not on it, please contact us.