The e-mail system at the Strasburg Borough Office has been hacked three times in the last few weeks, most recently on the evening of Monday, March 19, and again this morning, March 20. If you have received any e-mails from Borough staff (Lisa Boyd, Christine Shipman, Gail Anderson, Holly Miller) regarding an overdue invoice or asking you to open any scanned documents, do not open the message–just delete it. If you are concerned about any account balances or overdue amounts you may actually owe, call the Borough Office directly at 717-687-7732 or stop in, Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Do not call the phone number sent with the illegitimate e-mail; it is close to ours but not correct. We are working with our IT professional to restore security to the system, and apologize for any inconvenience this has caused. Thank you!
You are not permitted to blow or shovel snow into the travel lane of any roadway!
Also, you have 24 hours after snowfall cessation to remove snow and ice
from your sidewalks, cleaning a path of at least 30 inches wide.
Water/Sewer bills for the fourth quarter of 2017 were mailed on Friday, January 5, 2018 and are due Monday, February 5.
Customers will notice an increase in sewer rates effective with this billing. If you have any questions, contact us at the Borough Office immediately at (717) 687-7732. Bills for residential rental units in the Borough are sent to the property owner of record, rather than to the tenant. It is the property owner’s responsibility to ensure that the bill is paid in full, on time, to the Strasburg Borough Authority.
Customers in Strasburg Township are reminded that their water payment
is payable to Strasburg Township (not Strasburg Borough Authority),
and should be mailed to: Strasburg Township, 400 Bunker Hill Rd., Strasburg, PA 17579.
Real Estate Agents Reminder – Off-site real estate signs are not permitted
in the Borough and will be removed and kept at the Borough Office. You can
call the office at 717-687-7732 to retrieve your illegal sign.
The Strasburg Borough Police Department is taking part in a program sponsored by the Lancaster County District Attorney’s Office to help residents get rid of expired or unwanted medications in a safe and secure manner. Bring your unwanted items to the Strasburg Borough Office, 145 Precision Avenue, Strasburg, Monday through Friday 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. If a police officer is in station when you visit, they will take the medicines from you, or you may leave them with the front office staff for proper disposal.