Information to Residents
2024 Spring Newsletter
Dear residents and Business’s owners:
The Shippensburg Borough Authority relies primary on groundwater sources for supply of its potable water system. Groundwater recharge is dependent upon many factors including infiltration of precipitation (rain water and melted snow), in to the local aquifers. Seasonal precipitation and recharge over the past 2 years has been well below normal conditions; we currently remain in a Drought Watch condition. We continue to are asking customers to voluntarily conserve 5% of your potable water usage. Here are some tips on how to do this:
CLICK HERE FOR 2024 CHANGES
Protect your pipes and meter from freezing. Click here to read tips.
Shippensburg Borough receives $1 million to improve inter-municipal connectivity, relieve traffic congestion, click here
Employment Opportunities...click here
Bike & Ped Improvements / Public Plans Display Click here
SCHOOL TAX COLLECTOR - SASD HAS NAMED MARY ANN SHIRK AS THE SCHOOL TAX COLLECTOR FOR BOROUGH RESIDENTS IN CUMBERLAND AND FRANKLIN COUNTY.
Shippensburg Borough Council has the current vacancy board positions available:
The Borough of Shippensburg is located in the scenic Cumberland Valley of central Pennsylvania, right on the line between Franklin and Cumberland counties.
Shippensburg is a rural community located a short driving distance from many metropolitan areas including Washington, Baltimore, and Philadelphia.
Our quality of life was recognized when Shippensburg was ranked 27th in the second edition of Norman Crampton's book The 100 Best Small Towns in America.
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111 N. Fayette Street
P.O. Box 129
Shippensburg, PA 17257
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