Hallam Borough

The biggest small town in south central PA!

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The York County Solid Waste Authority Suspends Residential Electronics Recycling Due to Upswing in Covid-19. More details here.

Bulk (Large Item) Collection by Republic Services has resumed May 11, 2020. As before, only one large item per week.

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Benevolent of York Food Truck

Date: Saturday, January 23rd; Time: 9am to 11 am

Location: Faith United Methodist Church; 126 E. Market St. (rear parking lot)

Residents will receive non-perishable food items in prepackaged bags, fresh fruit and vegetables will also be available. This is a drive-thru event; please do not get out of your vehicle. There is no requirement needed to prove your need or income level.

This event is for residents in Hallam & Wrightsville Boroughs and Hellam Township community, all are welcome.

Next Borough Council meeting, February 8, 2021 starting at 6:30 pm

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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

Secretary:

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

EMERGENCY SERVICES

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.