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
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.