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Montoursville Borough Building 

JOHN DORIN MUNICIPAL BUILDING - 617 N. LOYALSOCK AVENUE

The Borough of Montoursville is located in Lycoming County and is five miles east of the City of Williamsport .  The Borough occupies about 4.2 square miles and has a population of 4,615 (2010 census).  The Borough is bound on the north by Interstate I-180, on the west by the Loyalsock Creek, on the south by the Susquehanna River and the east by Fairfield Township .  The Borough has twenty-eight (28) miles of paved streets and two-hundred (200) acres of municipal recreation areas.  The Borough also owns the Montoursville Borough Water Works, with five wells and an artesian spring.  We supply water to an estimated 2,100 residences, plus business and industrial customers.

Bike Path length - ( 1.85 miles )
Green Bridge at Broad Street to Wendy's on Rt # 87.

Montoursville Bike Path Map
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Notices & Announcements

Tis the Season!


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BOROUGH RESIDENTS PLEASE BE ADVISED:


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ATTENTION BOROUGH RESIDENTS:


Leaf Collection Update:


Monday, November 29, 2021


Starting on Washington Street working on the streets from North to South in a Western direction. 

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NOTICE to all Borough Residents regarding the

BRUSH RECYCLING AREA:


On Monday, December 6th, 2021 the brush pile will be closed & will reopen in the Spring of 2022.

 

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NOTICE:

 

The gate at Mill Street will be closed as of Monday, November 1st, 2021 & will reopen in the Spring of 2022.

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NOTICE:

Please be advised the restrooms located in Indian Park are closed for the season and will reopen in the Spring of 2022. 

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ATTENTION ALL DOG OWNERS:

Montoursville Borough Council and Mayor Stephen Bagwell are thrilled to announce the official opening of  the Borough of Montoursville Dog Park, the first official dog park within the Borough.  It is located at 41 Mill St and is open daily from 8:00AM to Dusk.  Please see below the Off-Leash Rules and Regulations.



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The Borough of Montoursville has now made available the ability to pay your WATER BILL payment on-line via credit card utilizing the secure web portal, eNETPAY.

 

 

eNETPAY is a secure electronic payment processing system and accepts credit card payments via internet 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.  Depending on the dollar amount, eNETPAY charges a service fee to the customer and is only collected from those who opt to utilize this service.

 

To access the eNETPAY website and pay your bill online,

click on the link provided below:

 

 

PLEASE FILL IN ALL REQUIRED INFORMATION

 

CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED ARE VISA, MASTER CARD AND DISCOVER CARD

 

 

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NOTICE:

Montoursville Borough can no longer offer the service of shredding confidential documents/mail.  In the past, the service was provided free of charge to the Borough but that is no longer the case.

 

While we regret any inconvenience this may cause, the Borough has confirmed with Lycoming County Resource Management (recycling area) that mail/books/paper ( non-shredded ) can be put in the container marked for ”Cardboard”

 

The Borough also provides a dumpster marked for “shredded” paper located at the recycling area for your convenience.

 

 

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