8.22.2014  The pool will be open this weekend and then closed Monday-Friday August 25th - August 29th and then open Labor Day weekend through Monday of Labor Day weekend....     8.9.2014  The Borough Council meeting for August has been rescheduled and will be held on Wednesday, August 20, 2014 at 7:00 p.m. in Prosser Hall....     1.19.2014  Click HERE to learn more about the Siebert Park Stadium Project....     1.6.2009  PRV Water Valve Information - Click HERE ....                                                                                                                                                                                                                             
Draft Strategic Plan
Please take a look and let us know what you think. Send your comments - by September 4 - to strategicplan@camphillborough.com
After we review all the comments, we'll make any needed modifications, and we will finalize the draft for presentation to and adoption by Borough Council at the September 10 Council meeting

Results of Independent Investigation and Ensuing Corrective Actions Taken Surrounding DEP Enforcement Action
Siebert Park Stadium Project
Pool Inspection Fact Sheet
Proposed Changes To The Zoning Ordinance
DEP Press Release
2013 Sewer Line Work Schedule
2012 Sewer Rate Increase Presentation
All Camps Night Registration
Lawn Mowing
Volunteerism Award Application

Camp Hill Strategic Visioning

Welcome to the borough of Camp Hill. . . A lovely, historic town located in the west shore region of Cumberland County, home to approximately 7,630 residents.

Camp Hill has an effective, progressive borough government, an excellent school district, cost-efficient public services and a host of recreational opportunities. Housing is varied in style and price, ranging from $80,000 to more than $1,000,000. Police, fire and emergency medical services are prompt and professional, as are healthcare services provided by nearby Holy Spirit Hospital. The Cleve J. Fredricksen Library has been voted “Simply the Best Library” by the Harrisburg Magazine reader’s poll. Residents enjoy three public parks, Siebert Park, a recreational complex with swimming and tennis; Willow Park, a nature park near the center of downtown; and Beverly Park, a recreation park near the west end of town. Every quarter, each household receives a free copy of our award-winning Community Newsletter. An array of nonprofit organizations, religious institutions and community activities illustrate our tremendous civic pride and diversity.

Camp Hill is located just two miles from businesses, sports, shopping, dining and cultural opportunities of downtown Harrisburg. Less than an hour from historic Hershey, Gettysburg, Carlisle and Lancaster County, and a short distance from hiking, biking, skiing and canoeing in Cumberland County, endless opportunities abound for the adventure-driven. The average Camp Hill resident is 43 years old, college-educated, and enjoys a family income of about $50,000 – but we take pride in offering something for everyone. Thanks for visiting our site. We hope you’ll visit us in person.

This website is intended as information for residents of the Borough of Camp Hill and other interested parties. Neither the Council of the Borough, the Borough Manager, the officers, employees nor agents of the Borough warrant the accuracy or timeliness of any information provided and, they are not responsible for information contained in third party hyperlinks.