LTAP Class at Millersburg Borough - "Intersections" - December 16, 2014

  • Millersburg Borough is hosting another LTAP class - This one is called “intersections” and it is scheduled for Dec. 16 from 8 a.m. until 3 p.m. Coffee and Donuts provided in the morning, Lunch will not be provided.
    Here is the class description:
    This course provides participants with 1) a basic understanding of intersection safety issues, 2) “How to” information for common safety tasks and low cost safety improvements that do not require an engineer, and 3) background information on safety tasks that DO require an engineer. This workshop also outlines areas where non-engineers can assist traffic engineers in the safety process, and help them to understand when an engineer needs to be consulted to make a safety related change at an intersection. This workshop is only intended to address existing roads; proposed roads are not considered because it is assumed that an engineer will be involved in design and planning of those. This program is not intended to make traffic engineers out of the general public. Intended Audience: Individuals conducting engineering and traffic studies and those responsible for identifying safety problems and potential solutions including: law enforcement personnel, roadmasters, and street superintendents. Others who would benefit from this course include: elected officials, public works employees municipal managers. Engineers are welcome to attend, but the focus is on the non-engineer. If interested please contact
    Chris McGann
    Millersburg Borough Manager
    101 West Street

Upper Dauphin County Electronics Recycling Event

  • Every second Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at the Upper Paxton Township Municipal Building at 506 Berrysburg Road, Millersburg, Pennsylvania 17061.

  • The Dauphin County Commissioners approved the selection of® to process all online dog licenses for the Dauphin County Treasurer’s Office, according to county treasurer Janis Creason. The online service will be available beginning December 10, 2012. Residents will be able to purchase dog licenses through’s secure site using their credit or debit card or checking account.

Dauphin County Model Floodplain Ordinance

Information about Flood Insurance

Information about Area Transportation Services

PennDOT Road Information

Direct automated link to the Customer Care Center for concerns and problems.

 Recycling Resources

  • Hazleton Oil and Environmental, Inc.
    300 Tamaqua Street, Hazleton PA 18201-7913 / 1-800-458-3496 /
    Oil, oil filters, antifreeze, batteries, and more (see website).  They will provide collection drums for fluids and pallets for batteries at your site.  Drums and pallets can be brought in just for your recycling events or placed for several months at your site for a longer term collection.
  • One Stop
    Pottsville Street, Lykens PA 17048 / 717-453-7840 or 1-800-721-9291
    Metal, batteries, appliances, air conditioners.  For an event, a trailer available for minimum charge (gas/driver about $50) then they will pay you by the pound for metal collected.  They will accept junk cars at the scrap-yard.
  • The Computer Barn
    1460 Newville Road, Carlisle PA 17105 / 717-258-9663
    Computers, monitors, keyboards, mice, printers, faxes, computer boards and cables. Will accept material at their site. Pick-up available and priced according to truck size needed. Pick up cost to municipality may be decreased or waived depending on quality and amount of equipment.
  • Dauphin County Recycling Center
    Rt 230 Between Harrisburg and Steelton - Monday through Friday 8:30am-4:30pm, Saturdays by Appt Only
    Click here for the 2010 Fee Schedule

Earned Income Tax Collections - Upper Dauphin Tax Office

Upper Dauphin Council of Governments is conducting a five-year study of Earned Income Tax information for the Municipalities/School Districts in the COG area.  For more information about the study, see the links below:

Current Topics facing UDCOG

  • Uniform Construction Code Appeals Board
    Check out the
    Projects page for additional information regarding the UCC and contact information for Light-Heigel & Associates, Inc.
  • Dauphin County Recycling efforts