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We are experiencing technical difficulties…

Due to a loss of power early this morning and technical problems with our computer server the Borough has been [...Continue Reading]

Sewer fees for Palmyra seniors reduced. Residential fees remain flat. Commercial and industrial sewer fees converting to water usage-based billing. UPDATE: Residential Sewer Bills are in the mail!

UPDATED: Wednesday, 09/17/2014.  Residential Sewer Bills are in the mail.  A full explanation of the Senior Discount is included with [...Continue Reading]

Town-wide Yard Sale! And Hoagie Sale to raise $$$ for JDRF!!

Come one, come all!  The whole community is for sale! Saturday, September 20th.  8:00 AM – 2:00 PM. Registration is [...Continue Reading]

PLEASE DO NOT FEED THE ANIMALS! IMPORTANT UPDATE: Report feral cats to Borough Hall!

UPDATED: 09/17/2014.  Feral cat problem in your neighborhood?  Please call Borough Hall at 829-6100 to report.  Borough personnel will trap [...Continue Reading]

Sewer Plant improvements about to get noisy. UPDATE: sheet piles installation is complete — finally!

UPDATE FOR MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2014: All sheet piles are now removed and no similar effort is anticipated for the [...Continue Reading]

Borough Ordinances & Resolutions for August 2014

This page is intended to give Borough residents an overview of official actions taken by the Governing Body during August 2014.  [...Continue Reading]

What’s Happening!!

“Hey, Hey, Hey!”  Here’s what’s happenin’ in your community… Wellness Yoga with Katie Palmyra Community Center Every Thursday evening at [...Continue Reading]

The Disappearing Volunteer Firefighter

IN most places in America, when a fire breaks out, a volunteer shows up to put it out… Read the [...Continue Reading]

Single Stream Recycling begins Thursday, September 4th!

UPDATE FOR WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3RD: SINGLE STREAM RECYCLING COLLECTION BEGINS TOMORROW, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4TH!  YOUR BLUE PAPER CART BECOMES YOUR [...Continue Reading]

Mayor Scheffler & Chief Pearlman accept ALS Ice Bucket Challenge!

Councilwoman Michele Dobbs calls out Mayor Karen Scheffler and Police Chief Scott Pearlman.  See their response below! For more information [...Continue Reading]