Please contact the Borough Office for
all final bills regarding properties in Franklintown Borough and those
serviced in Franklin Township.
Members of Council:
Tony Vasco III - President
Richard Blouch - Vice President
Other Elected or Appointed Positions:
James Adams - Mayor
Tax Collector - Rhonda Harpster
Per Capita & Real Estate for all
Tax collector phone 717-432-3813
Kelly Kunkle - Secretary/Treasurer
James Robinson - Solicitor
Barton & Loguidice - Engineer
Franklintown Borough Utilities
Water for most of Franklintown Borough and some surrounding Franklin
Township residents is provided by
Franklintown Borough Municipal Authority
Located in the Borough Office website @: goh2o.net/FBMA
**billed independently of DAA (Sewer only)
9/15-12/15 usage billed January due February 10th
12/15-3/15 usage billed April due May 10th
3/15-6/15 usage billed July due August 10th
6/15-9/15 usage billed October due November 10th
Sewer is provided by
Dillsburg Area Authority
98 W. Church Street, Dillsburg, PA 17019
coordinated by Borough
Current Hauler: Waste Management
contact the Borough office for large items or issues.
Jan-March billed January due March 10th
April-June billed April due June 10th
July-September billed July due September 10th
October-December billed October due December 10th
Borough Office hours are:
9AM-Noon - 1PM-3PM Mon., Tues, Thurs, Fri. &
Now open 9AM-Noon - 1PM-6PM
To contact the Borough Office:
- (717) 432-4047
Find us on Facebook as: Franklintown Borough & Franklintown Boro
meets on the first Wednesday of every month
at 7:30 P.M.
meets on the same night as the Borough Council
now at 6:30 P.M.
meetings will be posted.
The public is welcome to attend.
As of January 1, 2009 Pennsylvania municipalities are
subject to Act 3 of 2008, Pennsylvania’s Right-To Know
To obtain an Open Records Request form contact the
borough office during regular office hours.
For more information, please contact:
Pennsylvania Office of Open Records
Commonwealth Keystone Building
400 North Street, Plaza Level
Harrisburg, PA 17120
Franklintown Borough Municipal Authority :
The Current Consumer Confidence Report (CCR) is always available at the
Waste Management began
delivering new recycling bins.
If you did not get one do not worry, they will be back between
now and the new year.
After January 1st,
if you did not receive a recycling bin let us know.
The new quarterly rate will increase from $60.00 to $66.00 in 2019.