Below is the contact information for all administrative Borough employees. Feel free to reach out by email or telephone if you are able instead of entering the building. Please know that there is a drop-off box located along the Pub II on W. Mahoning St. that you can deposit any correspondence to the Borough.
Donna Murphy - Receptionist - x0 - firstname.lastname@example.org
Shannon Berkey - Danville Borough Manager - x4 - email@example.com
Ken Roberts - Code Administrator - x1 - firstname.lastname@example.org
Brindy Mordan - Finance Director x3 - email@example.com
Mary Ellen Rockwell - Clerk (water & sewer) x2 - firstname.lastname@example.org
Flooding 101 Webinar
Have you experienced flooding of your home, community, or business? Are you interested in learning more about reducing your flood risk? As part of this year’s Flood Awareness Week events, the Pennsylvania Silver Jackets Team is providing a crash course in flood risk management and preparedness. In this one-hour webinar, we will cover the different types of flooding, flood safety practices, tools to understand flood risk, mitigation actions you can take, and more!
The webinar will be held Tuesday March 22 from 12:00 – 1:00 pm
. This webinar will be appropriate for all audiences but targeted towards the public. To register for this event, please visit https://lnkd.in/etts5VQR
. Registration will be limited to the first 1000 participants. Recordings of this live session will be available to view online at: https://lnkd.in/ezbP73hy
Preventing Water Lines from Freezing
With freezing temperatures in the forecast, residents should consider allowing water to trickle from a spigot. This trickle should amount to a stream of water approximately the thickness of pencil lead. This helps to keep water in the lines from freezing. Running water could, at the very least, prevent the inconvenience of having no water. Alternatively, it could prevent ruptured water lines which may cause major damages to the home or building. Along with freezing water lines, meters will freeze and rupture. It is the property owner’s responsibility to insure this doesn’t happen. Ruptured meters will be replaced at the property owners’ expense costing approximately $140 for the meter in addition to plumbing parts and labor costs and also water damages that may ensue in the home. The cost for allowing water to run in most instances, will be nothing. In the very few cases a cost in incurred, the charge will be pennies compared to the potential costs associated with a ruptured line.
DANVILLE BOROUGH RECYCLING WEEKEND DROP OFF ONLY is Fridays at 5 PM to Monday at 7 AM!!
THIS IS FOR DANVILLE BOROUGH RESIDENTS ONLY!
Water Problems? Residents and businesses experiencing problems with their water service should call the Water Treatment Plant 24/7 at (570) 275-1070.
Sewer Problems? Residents and businesses experiencing problems with their sewer service should call the Wasterwater Treatment Plant during the hours of 7AM to 3:30PM (570) 275-2731. After hours please call the Danville Borough Police Department at 570-275-2101.
Danville is a borough in and the county seat of Montour County, Pennsylvania, United States, along the North Branch of the Susquehanna River. Danville is home to 4,699 people as of the 2010 census.
2020 Water Quality Drinking Report is now available for pick up in our office, and is posted on our website.
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