Welcome to the new HarrisburgPA.gov. This site is continually undergoing upgrades and is designed to grow from feedback and suggestions provided by our citizens. This site provides accurate and easy to use information on our city’s services and programs. We hope that you find it useful and helpful. Your ideas are welcome!
Harrisburg is a town with a rich history that spans more than 200 years. As the capital of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, we attract thousands of people to our city to live, work and play. Our city is poised for a great economic recovery, and there is a palpable optimism on our streets as we look forward to the next four years under new administration.
Our city is on the move. Our future will be even greater than our past!
Aug 28, 2014 HARRISBURG – Messiah College students participated in volunteer service to the City of Harrisburg recently as part of their “Into the Streets” freshman orientation. More than 100 Messiah students assisted with preparations for the Kipona festival on City Island and more than 100 others will do clean-up and other service projects in HarrisburgRead more →
Aug 28, 2014 HARRISBURG – John Campbell’s resignation as treasurer for the City of Harrisburg is effective Tuesday, Sept. 2, at the request of city officials to ensure limited disruption in the city’s schedule of payments. The City Solicitor’s office received Campbell’s official resignation Thursday morning. Campbell’s signature as treasurer will be on checks issuedRead more →
Aug 26, 2014 HARRISBURG – City Council members voted unanimously Tuesday night to request that the Dauphin County Commissioners suspend transfer of funds from hotel tax revenues to the National Civil War Museum. Dauphin County shares with the City of Harrisburg a portion of hotel tax revenues that are to be allocated for marketing andRead more →
Aug 21, 2014 HARRISBURG – Mayor Eric Papenfuse will announce the appointment of Paul Wambach as interim treasurer for the City of Harrisburg at a press conference today at 2 p.m. in the atrium of the MLK Government Center, 10 N. Second St. Wambach spent more than 20 years as treasurer for the city, retiringRead more →