Borough of Hummelstown

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General Information for the Borough

  • Hummelstown Borough encompasses approximately 1.3 square miles
  • There are approximately 14.35 miles of streets in Hummelstown.
  • The 2010 U.S. Census population count is 4538
  • The Borough is part of the Lower Dauphin School District.
  • Housing costs range from $70,000.00 to $210,000.
  • The borough property tax rate as of January 1,  2017 is 2.85 mils.
  • There are two voting districts.  Both districts vote at the Hummelstown Fire Department, 249 E. Main Street.  Voter registration and absentee ballots can be obtained at the Borough office.
  • Our State House of Representative is Tom Mehaffie.  Hummelstown is in the 106th District.
  • Our State Senator is John DiSanto. Hummelstown is in the 15th State Senate District.
  • Our U.S. Senators are Robert Casey and Pat Toomey.
  • Our U.S. Congressional Representative is Charlie Dent.
  • Open burning is not permitted within the Borough limits.
  • If you are planning a home improvement project, contact the Borough office to secure a Building, zoning, electric, or plumbing permit prior to commencing work.
  • Skateboards are prohibited on all Borough streets, alleys and posted areas.
  • All solicitors or peddlers must obtain a transient retail merchant’s permit from the Police Department.