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Montoursville Borough Building 


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

Attention Borough of Montoursville



Please be advised that on or about Monday, May 24, 2021, Don E. Bower, Inc. of Berwick, PA 18603, will be commencing a construction project for PennDOT, Engineering District 3-0 located adjacent to and within portions of Broad Street, Jordan Avenue, and Church Alley. The majority of the work will be complete in early to mid-July, with final completion consisting of the lighting system and landscaping to be complete on or before November 22, 2021. The project schedule is based on working a five-day work week, Monday through Friday, 7:00 AM until 5:00 PM, with Saturdays being reserved as make-up days in the event of inclement weather during the week.

The work to be included within this project is the construction of a parking lot expansion on the former Baker Estate bounded on the north by Broad Street, the east by PennDOT District 3 parking lot, and on the south by Church Alley. The majority of the work involved is the construction of the parking lot expansion including but not limited to, stormwater management facilities, parking lot lighting facilities, landscaping, asphalt pavement structure, etc. Additionally, portions of the sidewalk and curb will be replaced along Broad Street and Jordan Avenue near the District office.

Impacts to the traveling public will be minimal on Broad Street and Jordan Avenue. While working in these areas, when required, traffic will be controlled through a temporary traffic pattern maintained by flagpersons if necessary. Church Alley will be impacted on several occasions when trenching for the new parking lot lighting system is being installed.


Please read the below message from UGI Utliities, Inc.

UGI Utilities, Inc. will begin a natural gas main replacement project in Montoursville starting April 26, 2021. This project is part of the Company’s multi-year infrastructure betterment initiative.

The natural gas main replacement project will take place on the following streets:
• 600 block of North Loyalsock Avenue;
• 600 block of Weaver Street;
• 800 block of Chestnut Street;

More than 2,300 feet of non-contemporary main will be replaced. This project will also renew gas service lines to 14 homes and businesses.

Construction hours will take place from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. During construction, residents will experience lane closures and traffic delays. Parking also will be restricted on those blocks during construction hours. Flaggers will direct traffic during construction.

The project is expected to be completed by mid-June.

“UGI recognizes area residents will be inconvenienced during this project. We will work to complete construction in a timely manner,” Tim Angstadt, Vice President of Operations, said. “This project is part of UGI’s continuing commitment to provide safe and reliable natural gas service to our customers and our communities. We appreciate the community’s patience and understanding as we make this long-term system improvement. We also thank officials from Montoursville for their cooperation and assistance in the planning and execution of this project.”

UGI Utilities, Inc. is a natural gas and electric utility company that serves more than 730,000 customers. Additional information about UGI Utilities, Inc. is available at




APRIL 5th, 2021


Monday - Friday 8:00AM - 4:00PM


It will also be opened on the following Saturday's:

 April 24, 2021 – 8:00AM – 4:00PM

June 26, 2021 – 8:00AM – 4:00PM

August 28, 2021 – 8:00AM – 4:00PM


Please stop by the Borough Office with a valid photo ID to register prior to disposing of brush.  Brush Recycling Center is available for Montoursville Borough residents only.  Please see the below rules.  Thank you.



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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.


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:







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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