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 2019 Mt. Holly Springs Borough Water Quality Report has been issued.



NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Borough Council of the Borough of Mount Holly Springs, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania will take public comment and thereafter vote upon enactment of Ordinance No. 2020-01 entitled AN ORDINANCE REGULATING THE DISPLAY OF ANY FIREWORKS OF ANY KIND WITHIN THE LIMITS OF MOUNT HOLLY SPRINGS, at its regularly scheduled meeting on October 12, 2020 at 7 p.m., or any other time to which the public hearing is continued by the Borough Council, at the Mount Holly Springs Municipal Building, 200 Harman Street, Mount Holly Springs, Pennsylvania.  If you are a person with a disability and require an auxiliary aide, service or other accommodation to participate, please contact the Borough of Mount Holly Springs at 717-486-7613 to discuss how your needs may be best accommodated.


The purpose of this Ordinance to promulgate rules on the use of fireworks, including those requiring the issuance of permits, in order to protect life and property in Mount Holly Springs Borough.   


A copy of the proposed Ordinance as drafted, may be examined without charge or obtained for a charge not greater than the cost thereof at the Mount Holly Springs Borough Municipal Building, 200 Harman Street, Mount Holly Springs, Pennsylvania, during regularly scheduled business hours.  In addition, the Ordinance has been provided to the Sentinel newspaper and the Sentinel newspaper is in possession of a complete copy of the Ordinance.  Interested citizens are invited to attend the above-referenced meeting of Mount Holly Springs Borough.


Mark W. Allshouse, Esquire                                     Sara E. Jarrett-Eaton

Borough Solicitor                                                        Borough Secretary

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- FEMA Flood Maps (revised Feb. 2020) are located under Events and Notices.

- 2020 Census

The 2020 Census affects your representation in
government, determines how much state and federal
funding the county receives, and provides data to plan
for the future.




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