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Welcome To The Borough Of Newville

4 West St. Newville PA 17241

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News and Upcoming Events section


  • Police Report: August 2022

    Click here to read the August 2022 Newville Police Report. A sincere thank you to the Police Department for their work!

  • 2021 Consumer Confidence Report

    Click here to read the 2021 NWSA Consumer Confidence Report. What's in your water?

  • Notice of Rescheduled Council Meeting


    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Newville Borough Council will hold a re-
    scheduled meeting to conduct a public work session and for general business
    matters at 6:00PM on August 29, 2022 in the Newville Borough Office at 4 West
    Street, Newville, Pennsylvania.

    Borough Manager

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Upcoming Events

  • Farmers Market on the Lawn

    Saturday, October 8, 2022 at 9:00 AM

    May 7th - October 29th
    Saturdays from 9:00am to 12:00pm
    contact the library to arrange your FREE space for produce, plants, or handcrafted items.

  • Bingo at the Firehouse

    Saturday, October 8, 2022 at 7:00 PM

    Friendship Hose Co. holds Bingo each Saturday night at the Fire House.

  • Storytime at the Library

    Tuesday, October 11, 2022 at 10:30 AM

    Join us for Miss Connie's fun stories, songs, and activities! This event is free and everyone is welcome!

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Forms and Applications

Commonly used forms and applications can be found here

Forms and Applications
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Minutes and Agendas

Listing of meetings, minutes and agendas

Minutes and Agendas
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Fountain Festival

Join us to celebrate 25 Years of Festival Fun at the 2022 Fountain Festival June 17th - 18th 2022

Fountain Festival
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Newville Water and Sewer Authority

more about NWSA

Newville Water and Sewer Authority

Welcome To The Borough Of Newville

Established in 1790, Newville, Pennsylvania is filled with many historical moments & memories. Newville is located in the northwest corner of Cumberland County and is the landmark of the oldest mill structure remaining within the county, the Laughlin Mill. Newville served as a mid-point connection to the Cumberland Valley Railroad and was stopping-point for the soldiers serving during the Civil War. While a quaint, small town, the borough of Newville is home to many locally-owned businesses and 1,500 residents.

Read more about our small town