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WELCOME TO
PLYMOUTH BOROUGH

Plymouth Borough was incorporated on April 23, 1866 and covers 1.1 square miles. It is situated on the west side of the Susquehanna River in the Wyoming Valley of Northeastern Pennsylvania.

 

With a current population of approximately 5,792 residents, Plymouth Borough is a member of the Wyoming Valley West School District and is home to the Wyoming Valley West High School.

Plymouth Borough Civil Service Commission: Full-Time Police Officer

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UPCOMING EVENTS

Council Meeting

02/11/20

6:00 PM

Plymouth Municipal Building

Council Meeting

03/10/20

6:00 PM

Plymouth Municipal Building

Council Meeting

04/14/20

6:00 PM

Plymouth Municipal Building

Council Meeting

05/12/20

6:00 PM

Plymouth Municipal Building

Council Meeting

06/09/20

6:00 PM

Plymouth Municipal Building

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COUNTY WASTE SCHEDULE

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Help Line / 211

The Local Luzerne County Resource guide provides information to all types of human services. The Help Line/ 2-1-1 is an information referral service and first response point for crisis calls in Luzerne and Wyoming Counties. It is the central access point for problems and issues regarding: Aging, Mental Health, Child Abuse/Neglect, Drug and Alcohol, Runaway, Energy Assistance, Homeless Services and Victim Services. If you are facing a problem regarding any of these issues, please call 2-1-1 or review the pamphlet for further information.  If you would like pamphlet please see the Borough Administration Office, the Police Department or the Code Enforcement Officer.

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Local Resource Guide

2020 Plymouth Borough Council Reorganization

On January 6, 2020, during the Borough Reorganization meeting,  Mr. John Thomas, Mr. William Dixon and Mr. Alec Ryncavage were sworn in as Borough Council members to serve for the term from January 6, 2020 until January 1, 2024. Mr. Ronald Kobusky was nominated to serve as President of Council. Mr. Dixon was nominated to serve as Vice President of Council. Mr. Thomas was nominated to serve as President Pro Tem.

Right after the Reorganization Meeing a Special Meeting was held to appoint Mrs. Alexis Eroh to serve on Council. Congratulations and best wishes to all!! 

Mr. Frank Coughlin Fills Vacant Mayor Position

Mr. Frank Coughlin was appointed to fill the vacant Mayoral position left by the late Mr. Thomas McTague on Tuesday, October 22nd, 2019.

Mr. Ron Kobusky Returns to Fill Seat

On November 6th, 2019, Ronald Kobusky was appointed to fill the vacancy left by Clyde Peters. Mr. Kobusky previously served on council for sixteen years and we are grateful that he returned to keep our community headed in the right direction. Thank you Mr. Kobusky!

Newspaper / Cardboard Recycling

Newspaper/cardboard recycling will be on Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday.

 

 

For questions call the Administrative office at 570-779-1011.

 

Thank you again for supporting this recycling program.

Plymouth Borough is accepting applications for part-time police officers. The hourly rate is $16.50 per hour. Applicants must be Act 120 Certified.

 

Employment Applications may be obtained and returned to the Plymouth Borough Administration Office, 162 West Shawnee Avenue, Plymouth, PA, 18651, from 8:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. Monday through Friday (excluding holidays).

Plymouth Officials Met With Business Owners

Plymouth Borough officials have been active in discussing  the future of Plymouth Borough’s business district . Surveys were constructed to determine opinions on needs, hopes and ideas in implementing a development plan for Main Street. The survey is available for business and Main Street property owners  at  https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/XR2SCJ5 . 

Surveys are available for residents at  https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/X6ST263 . 

The Plymouth Business Association is in the process of forming with a goal to develop relationships and cooperation among businesses with the hopes of a brighter future for Plymouth Borough. The Plymouth Revitalization Committee was formed to streamline representation and communication between businesses and Plymouth Borough Officials to ensure cooperation and community engagement.

Bob Lushefski

Plymouth Borough Code Enforcement Officer

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