Rescheduled November Borough Council Meeting

The November Borough Council meeting has been rescheduled to MONDAY, NOVEMBER 15TH at 7PM.

If residents are unable to attend this rescheduled meeting they are welcome to submit comments in writing to the Borough office in advance of the meeting or join the meeting virtually.

To participate via electronic device or cell phone:

  1. Click on the Meeting URL:
  2. Click Join Meeting button located at the top right corner of the page
  3. Enter the Meeting ID: 362 804 179
  4. Enter the Participant Passcode: 3554
  5. Click Enter Meeting button

To participate in the meeting from your phone (audio only):

  1. Dial one of these toll-free numbers:



2. Enter the Meeting ID: 362 804 179 followed by the # symbol

3. Enter the Participant Passcode: 3554 followed by the # symbol

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Waste Hauler and Burn Ban Survey

Beginning November 1, the Borough of Greencastle will be seeking public input on the issue of a single waste hauler and a potential ban on burning. The survey, accessible on the Borough’s website and Facebook page, will be available November 1 through 30.

The ten question survey is for Borough residents only and can be completed in less than five minutes.

“The Borough has discussed establishing a burn ban for some time,” said Borough Manager Emilee Little, “and the institution of a single waste hauler was presented to Council in early 2021. Our goal with this survey is to gather input from our residents as to their preference and thoughts on both of these important issues.”

Information gathered in the survey will be tabulated, reviewed and presented to Council at a future meeting. Those unable to participate electronically or wishing to complete a paper survey can do so at the Borough office during regular business hours.

To complete a survey, please click the link below.

Waste Hauler and Burn Ban Survey

N. Carlisle Street Closed

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Effective immediately, N. Carlisle Street will be closed from Madison Street to Chambers Lane until the conclusion of the N. Carlisle Street project.