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Welcome To The Borough Of Newville

4 West St. Newville PA 17241
(717)776-7633

Useful Resources

News and Upcoming Events section

News

  • Kiwanis Blueberries

    Drive-through pick up for your blueberry orders will be held at the Newville Maintenance Complex Tuesday, July 5 from 10am - 5pm. Click for details.

  • 2021 Consumer Confidence Report

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

  • UPDATE: N Corporation St Paving Project

    The NESL supervisor indicates their current schedule is (weather permitting) to perform base repairs starting June 30 with milling and paving to be completed the week of July 5. The road will be closed during milling and paving. Read here for more details!

  • Police Report: May 2022

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

Upcoming Events

  • Farmers Market on the Lawn

    Saturday, July 2, 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.

  • Borough Office Closed

    Monday, July 4, 2022 at 12:00 AM

    The Borough Office will be closed Monday July 4th in observance of Independence Day.

  • Rescheduled Trash due to Holiday

    Friday, July 8, 2022 at 12:00 AM

    Trash and recycling collection scheduled for Monday July 4th will be rescheduled for Friday July 8th.

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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