• MAYOR PAPENFUSE EXTENDS SNOW EMERGENCY UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

    Mayor Eric Papenfuse has extended until further notice the snow emergency for the City of Harrisburg. He also has announced liberal leave is in effect for non-essential City employees on Monday, Jan. 25, 2016. The travel ban also is still in effect in the City of Harrisburg until further notice. Public Works and emergency respondersRead more →

  • MAYOR ERIC PAPENFUSE ORDERS ALL NON-EMERGENCY VEHICLES OFF STREETS

    MAYOR ERIC PAPENFUSE ORDERS ALL NON-EMERGENCY VEHICLES OFF STREETS

    Mayor Eric Papenfuse has ordered all non-emergency vehicles off the streets of the City of Harrisburg until further notice to help Public Works crews and emergency responders to do their jobs unimpeded. The Mayor declared a disaster emergency in Harrisburg early Saturday after 14-16 inches struck the city overnight Friday, breaking the 24-hour record forRead more →

  • Mayor Papenfuse Declares Disaster Emergency for Harrisburg

    Mayor Eric Papenfuse has declared a disaster emergency in Harrisburg after 14-16 inches struck the city overnight Friday, breaking the 24-hour record for snowfall in the City. “We are clearly dealing with an historic event in our City,” said Mayor Papenfuse, “but I’m confident our emergency responders and Public Works staff are well prepared toRead more →

  • City of Harrisburg Maintained Snow Emergency Routes

    Mayor Papenfuse has declared a snow emergency effective Friday January 22nd at 7 pm. Residents are advised to obey all street signs and move cars from emergency snow routes. Locust Street Garage opens at 7 pm on Friday January 22nd for free parking until 6 am Monday January 25th. Below is a full list of the SnowRead more →

  • MAYOR ERIC PAPENFUSE ORDERS ALL NON-EMERGENCY VEHICLES OFF STREETS

    Jan. 22, 2016  HARRISBURG – Mayor Eric Papenfuse has ordered all non-emergency vehicles off the streets of the City of Harrisburg until further notice to help Public Works crews and emergency responders to do their jobs unimpeded. The Mayor declared a disaster emergency in Harrisburg early Saturday after 14-16 inches struck the city overnight Friday,Read more →

  • CITY OF HARRISBURG PREPARING FOR POSSIBLE 12-18 INCHES OF SNOW THIS WEEKEND

      Jan. 21, 2016 HARRISBURG – The City of Harrisburg is preparing for a possible 12-18 inches of snow beginning Friday night, and residents are advised to pay close attention to weather updates this weekend. “Our Public Works crews are ready, and we are closely monitoring weather forecasts that indicate our City could be hit withRead more →

  • EAC Newsletter (January): Talkin’ Trash ‘n Recycling

    WHAT IS THE EAC? The City of Harrisburg has an Environmental Advisory Council or EAC. The purpose of the EAC is to provide environmental advice to the Administration and City Council, and to provide environmental information to the public. The EAC is only a few years old, and is in the process of developing proceduresRead more →