Mayor and Council Members
Mayor Tammie Dailey
The members of the Shiremanstown Borough Police Department are a group of men and women dedicated to protecting and serving the citizens of Shiremanstown. Lead by Chief James E. Stoner, the force is often visible patrolling and assisting the public in any number of situations.
To contact the officer on duty in an emergency, dial 9-1-1.
For calls non-emergency in nature contact the County Dispatch Center at 717-238-9676 or the office at 717-737-4356. Concerns may also be submitted at email@example.com.
The Borough is served by a volunteer fire department housed at 3 West Main Street. In addition to fire service, the department boasts a fire police staff and has recently purchased a QRS vehicle to assist in medical calls.
Any fire emergency should be reported to 9-1-1.
For questions about the fire company or to express interest in supporting them either by volunteering or through donations, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Parks and Recreation
The Parks and Recreation Committee is made up of seven residents and is responsible for Park maintenance and improvements as well as special events. Each year the committee plans the Easter egg hunt, family fun night in the park, Halloween Party, and Christmas Tree lighting. This year the committee has organized a Shiremanstown Night at the Senators Baseball game. The Parks and Recreation Committee meets at 7 pm at Borough Hall on the first Monday of the month from September to June. Any resident interested in serving the community by sharing their time and ideas as a member of this group should contact the Parks and Recreation Secretary by following the link below.
Zoning Department: What is Storm Water Runoff?
You may have noticed medallions attached to the stormwater inlets around the Borough. These have been installed to raise awareness about pollution generated from stormwater runoff. When it rains, stormwater runs over our yards, streets, parking lots, parks and playgrounds, carrying with it everything in its path. Pollutants such as oil and grease from cars, sediment from construction sites, and bacteria from pet feces are transported with the water as it’s conveyed to the Yellow Breeches, Cedar Run Watershed or Susquehanna River, either over land or via a storm drain. Unlike sanitary sewers that divert water to a treatment plant directly from your home, storm drains lead directly to surrounding surface waters without any type of treatment. Stormwater pollutants can affect water quality, recreational activities, aesthetic value, wildlife habitat, and the normal life cycle of organisms and animals.
Tax Collector Change
As of March 1, 2019, our tax collector will be changing. We would like to take this opportunity to thank Beth Monighan for the service that she has provided to our community.
Your new tax collector will be Courtney A. Burbank. The home office is at 308 W Main Street.
Office hours will be 7-9 Tuesday and Thursday, and 8:30-5 Monday through Friday by appointment. We would also like to note that if you require special accommodations (as required by the Americans with Disabilities Act), please contact her at 717-602-3513 in order to make arrangements.
Please note the contact info for Shiremanstown Borough’s Open Records Officer:
Janna E. Colechio, Borough Secretary
What Can You Do To Prevent Stormwater Pollution?
- Keep litter, pet waste, leaves & debris out of street gutters and storm drains – these outlets drain directly to the creek or river and ultimately the Chesapeake Bay.
- Apply lawn & garden chemicals sparingly & according to directions.
- Dispose of used oil, antifreeze, paints & other household chemicals properly, not in storm sewers or drains.
- Clean up spilled brake fluid, oil, grease & antifreeze. Do not hose them into the street, where they can eventually reach the creek or river.
- Control soil erosion on your property by planting ground cover & stabilizing erosion-prone areas.
- Purchase household detergents & cleaners that are low in phosphorous to reduce the amount of nutrients discharged into surface waters.
- Do not release chlorinated pool water into the storm sewer system.
- Notify the Borough of any suspected illicit discharges to the storm sewer system.
MONTHLY BOROUGH COUNCIL MEETING
A reminder that Bourgh Council meetings take place at 7pm on the second Monday evening of each month.
These meetings are open to the public and residents are welcome to attend.
The prior month’s meeting minutes are posted under “Meetings and Events” tab.
Please remember to park off-street (if possible) when snow is in the forecast, so the plows can complete their missions successfully.
Mechanicsburg Area School District
100 E. Elmwood Avenue
Mechanicsburg, PA 17055
4830 Carlisle Pike
Mechanicsburg, PA 17050
Zoning Department Contact Information
Devin Montgomery 717-761-1664
Monday, Wednesday & Friday
Cumberland County Food Bank
2645 Lisburn Road
Camp Hill, PA. 17011
Pennsylvania Power and Light
1925 Greenwood Street
Harrisburg, PA 17104
1500 Paxton St
Harrisburg, PA 17104
UGI Utilities & UGI Penn Natural Gas: 800-276-2722
UGI Central Penn Gas: 800-652-0550
Pennsylvania American Water Co.
800 W Hersheypark Drive
Hershey, PA 17033
Lower Allen Township
2233 Gettysburg Road
Camp Hill, PA 17011