Welcome to Mt. Holly Springs!
Our town is more than meets the eye by car, as you move from Carlisle, Boiling Springs, or Gettysburg and back. We offer a nice selection of affordable restaurants, ample opportunities in the borough or nearby to hike, stroll, or play, a beautiful and nationally recognized library, and an historic and renovated inn for overnight stays.
The Cumberland County Housing and Redevelopment Authority has just announced a program to help those who are facing unemployment or loss in income and are at risk of losing their rental home or utility services. Please reach out to www.cchra.com for application and information or call 717-249-0789.
Current Bids and RFP's
- The May 18th meeting of the Parks and Recreation Committee has been canceled. The committee will meet next on June 15th at 6:30 p.m.
- Cumberland County Hazardous Waste Disposal
- FEMA Flood Maps (revised Feb. 2020) are located under Events and Notices.
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Please remember when you vote on May 18th that the polling location for the residents of Mount Holly Springs Borough has changed. This change affects only residents of the borough and those who previously voted at the Citizens Fire Company #1. Voting will take place at the Mount Holly Springs Borough Office located at 200 Harman Street. Voters should enter at the rear of the building accessible from Chapel Avenue through the marked door. There is ample parking available and handicap spots will be marked. Should you have any questions, concerns, or require special accommodations- please call the Cumberland County Elections Bureau at 717-240-6385.