Borough Offices: 308 Locust Street,
Columbia, PA 17512
Phone: 717-684-2467
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Community Announcements

New Traffic Pattern on Commerce St and Rotary Ave

Please be advised that Rotary Ave, between N. Front St and Commerce St will no longer be a two-way street. Rotary Ave will be one way only eastbound. Commerce Street will become one-way south bound only from Rotary Ave to Walnut St.. No traffic will be permitted to access N. Front Street from Rotary Ave.

We will be installing new signs and warnings to correct the safety issue.

This new traffic pattern will take effect on July 23, 2018.

Columbia’s Edible Gardening Camp

Roll Up Your Sleeves… Get Dirty… Have Fun!

With 50 1st through 6th graders enrolled, Columbia’s Edible Classroom Summer Gardening Camp is filled to capacity! We are looking for adult volunteers to support camp staff and to help make this a great experience for our young campers. The camp will run on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 9:30 AM till Noon at Park School playground starting on Monday, June 4th through Friday, August 10th. Three (3) volunteers are needed for each camp day. Volunteers – including parents of campers – are encouraged to sign up for as many days as they can help us “dig in” with the kids!

Please respond by June 1, 2108 to http://bit.ly/ColumbiaEdibleGardenSignUp

IMPORTANT: Volunteers need to have DHS and FBI clearances. This is easily done at http://www.dhs.pa.gov/citizens/clearancesbackgroundchecks/ or by calling (844) 321-2101. Simply complete the application and make an appointment with IdentoGO at 1532 Lititz Pike in Lancaster. The Borough will reimburse you the $20 fee (with a valid receipt).

Columbia’s Edible Classroom Summer Gardening Camp is a collaboration of Columbia Borough, Columbia Borough School District, CHI and other generous supporters.

2018 Yard Waste Collection

The 2018 Curbside yard waste collection season has begun and will continue every Monday until the end of the season.  The yard waste center is available the second Saturday of every month for Borough residents to drop their yard waste.