Welcome to Strasburg Borough,
Lancaster County, Pennsylvania!




Water/Sewer bills for the fourth quarter were mailed out January 6, 2020. 

Payment is due February 6, 2020.

For your convenience we now offer online payment options.

If you have any questions, please contact us at the Borough Office, 717-687-7732.

Reminder: 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. 


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Christmas is over and you’re not sure what to do with your tree…

Trees may be dropped off at the Strasburg Borough Public Works building, located at 109 South Jackson Street, now – Jan. 31, 2020. 

Please make sure all ornaments and tinsel are removed from your tree!

If you have any questions, please call the Borough Office at 717-687-7732.


Before winter weather is upon us, please take a few minutes to review

Strasburg Borough’s snow information by clicking on the image above.

***Also note, beginning this winter PennDOT will be plowing all state roads within the Borough.***

These roads include; East & West Main Streets, North & South Decatur Streets, & Lancaster Avenue.


                             Think that little drip can’t be costing you much…

think again!

Drips and leaks can add up fast when it comes to your water & sewer bill!

Avoid unnecessary usage by taking a few minutes to inspect your homes faucets, pipes, hoses, & toilets for leaks.

Check out this drip calculator to see how much water it really adds up to.  For other tips for finding leaks see our water and sewer page.



  Census 2020 is almost here!  


Get informed with the information below, including job opportunities.


2020 Census Briefing Presentation

2020 Census Job Opportunities




Isn’t that the truth!

Let’s help Strasburg plant more FREE street trees so we can breathe easy,

and know we did our part to help the environment!

Visit the Shade Tree Committee page for more details.


…speaking of Sewers and Money

 In 2017 the Strasburg Borough Authority began a project of improvements to the sewer system. The major portion of the project consisted of lining critical areas of the sewer lines and manholes.  The intent of the project was to prevent pipe failures and to greatly reduce the infiltration of ground water.  The project is more fully described in the Borough’s 2017 Newsletter. Although the project took considerably longer than originally expected, it is now complete except for paying its costs.

The sewer improvement project was financed by a $ 2.77M, 30-year bond issue. That incurs annual debt service payments for the term of the issue.  When budget projections were done for 2018 – 2023, it was clear that without additional revenue, the Sewer Fund would rapidly become insolvent.  The Authority analyzed several ways in which rates could be increased to avoid annual balances too low to deal with small emergencies.  At that time the best solution was based on an annual 8% rate increase each year from 2018 – 2023, and that plan has been followed.

The Authority has enacted an 8% increase that begins with the fourth quarter of 2019. Only the sewer rates will be going up by that amount.  However, the Authority will closely monitor actual fiscal circumstances as they develop and will keep any future increases to a necessary minimum dictated by revenue and costs.



Never heard of it, right?

Bill No. 607 would allow ALL PA municipal police, not just PA state police, to utilize radar for speed enforcement. 

At the current time Pennsylvania’s municipal police are the only law enforcement officials in the country not allowed to use this tool. 

Please take a 2 minutes out of your day to watch this video and see why this bill could make Strasburg a safer place and save lives!

Back OUR Blue, who work 24/7, 365, to keep Strasburg safe! 




The spotted lanternfly is a new invasive insect from Asia. 

It is a threat to all trees, including fruit and grape vines.

Lancaster County is included in the quarantine area. 

To report a sighting or learn more information about the spotted lanternfly please click on the picture above.



Lancaster County Solid Waste Management Authority has some NEW guidelines
about what we should be putting into our recycling bins.

Click below to learn more about recycling right!


Join the Strasburg Borough Police Department’s Crimewatch sight.

Just click the picture above and subscribe!


Outdated medications cluttering up your cabinets??

The Strasburg Borough Police Department is a permanent drop off location to help residents

dispose of expired or unwanted medications in a safe and secure manner.

You may bring your unwanted items to the Strasburg Borough Office, Mon-Fri. 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. 

For information about what may or may NOT be dropped off click the picture above.


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