68 S. Moore Street
PO Box 578
Elizabethville, PA 17023
Effective 6/24/2024
Monday - Thursday 8:00am-1:00pm

Code Enforcement Hours:
Hours may vary

Council MeetingsStay Informed. Get Involved.

Borough Council Meeting
August 12, 2024 - 07:00 PM
Elizabethville Borough Building

Upcoming EventsStay Informed. Get Involved.

Music in the Park - E-ville Chris
July 26, 2024
Elizabethville Borough Park
Sponsored by MI Windows & Doors
Music in the Park - Lite Switch
August 30, 2024
Elizabethville Borough Park
Sponsored by Kratzer's Hardware

"The Star of the Valley"Founded in 1817

The town of Elizabethville was founded in April 1817, and became incorporated as a Borough of the Commonwealth in 1895. Elizabethville is located about 26 miles northeast of Harrisburg, at the crossroads of US Highway Route 209 and Pennsylvania State Route 225. It is situated in the Lykens Valley, between beautiful scenic mountain ranges. The approximate population of Elizabethville is 1,500 citizens. The local government is comprised of a Mayor and seven Council members. We have a public school system, churches of various denominations, a volunteer fire company, a public library, banking institutions, and additional businesses of various kinds.
A community park of 14.5 acres is a peaceful location that contains several pavilions, three baseball fields, and a playground.  Additional amenities of the park area also include a bandstand and restrooms.  The entrance to an abandon rail line is located in the top corner of our park.  The trail borders the park creating a greenway to Weiser State Forest and continues on for miles.  It is used by hikers, mountain bikers and cross country skiers all of who begin or end their adventure through our borough park.
Elizabethville is a small, friendly community which strives to be the "Star of the Valley."

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Request to Conserve Water

Due to dry conditions and a lack of rainfall, the Elizabethville Area Authority is asking customers to conserve water and limit the unnecessary use of water such as washing cars, filling pools, watering the lawn, power washing your house, etc. at this time. Under current conditions, cooperative conservation will help prevent the need for mandatory water conservation. Thank you for your cooperation!

Elizabethville Borough Office Closed - July 15-19, 2024

The Office will be closed July 15-19, 2024.