Hallam Borough

The biggest small town in south central PA!

Visit our document center by clicking here. Agendas, minutes, newsletters and more to come.

Bulk (Large Item) Collection has been resumed by the Borough trash hauler, Republic Services.

Preliminary revised flood maps are here!


Click here to learn about proper swimming pool water disposal


PennDOT will be street sweeping Market St. and S. Broad St. this week.  Thursday, June 4th—south side of Market St. and west side of S. Broad St..     Friday, June 5th—north side of Market St. and east side of S. Broad St.

Summer 2020 newsletter is now in the document center.

York County has moved to the yellow phase of reopening by Governor Wolf.  The Hallam Borough office will be open to the public with regular business hours beginning Tuesday, May 26, 2020.  Visitors must follow CDC guidelines, therefore, masks will be required when entering the office.

Emig Park is now open.  Under the yellow phase of recovery, large gatherings of more than 25 are prohibited and social distancing guidelines are still in effect.

The Hallam BoroughYard Sale Committee regrets to announce the annual Yard Sale for this year is cancelled.

Up to date Coronavirus information is available at https://www.health.pa.gov/topics/disease/Pages/Coronavirus.aspx

Borough Council has renewed the Declaration of Disaster Emergency, the full declaration may be found in the document center.

Contact Us

Telephone - (717)755-0810

Fax - (717)751-0371

Mail - 250 W. Beaver St.

Hallam, PA 17406

Via E-mail:

Borough Secretary for general information

Zoning Officer for zoning information

The Mayor for concerns or weddings

Regular Office Hours


Monday & Tuesday - 8 a.m. until noon

Wednesday - 9 a.m.until 11 a.m.

Tax Collector:

Wednesday - 11 a.m. until 1 p.m.

Zoning Officer:

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday - 9 a.m. until noon; 1 to 3 p.m.

The mayor and other officials are available by appointment.

Temporary changes in office hours are posted on our calendar below.



Upcoming Events


Please remember, in the event of an emergency (fire, medical assistance & police), seconds count to get you the help you need. Borough Ordinance number 38, section 3, states that house numbers shall be put in a conspicuous place and shall be so placed as to be in full view from the opposite side of the street. There is a penalty and fine for violations. Make it easier for emergency personnel to find your residence. BE SURE YOUR HOUSE NUMBERS ARE IN A CONSPICUOUS PLACE AND AT LEAST 4 INCHES IN HEIGHT.