The Plymouth Borough DPW gave the Borough Building some TLC by planting flowers and adding a bench in front of the building.
May 24, 2018
Plymouth Alive Donates Laptop to the Plymouth Police Dept.
Plymouth Borough Council and Police thank Plymouth Alive for their generous donation of a laptop to the Police Department. This donatation is greatly appreciated and it will be used to serve both the Police officers and residents of this town by its software that was included to assist the officers with investigations. Those in picture are the Plymouth Alive Board Members, Jaynan Temarantz, Terry Wolmelsdorf, Susan Gryziec and Scott Cannon with our Police Chief, Anthony Gorey.
Thank you, Plymouth Alive!!
Plymouth Borough Swears In New Mayor and Council
Plymouth Borough Recognizes Lori Bolesta
During the Council meeting that was held on May 9, 2017, Lori Bolesta was presented with a Certificate of Appreciation by Mayor Dorothy Petrosky for volunteering her time in facilitating the Plymouth Borough website. She also serves as an Assistant Foreman of Plymouth Borough Fire Company No. 1 and an EMT for Plymouth Ambulance Association. Thank you for your continued service!
Plymouth Rotary Club Makes Donations to Public Servants
At the Council Meeting on April 11, 2017, the Plymouth Rotary Club presented checks to Plymouth Fire Co. #1, Good Will Hose Co. #2, Elm Hill Hose Co. #3, and the Plymouth Police Department.
The Plymouth Borough DPW installed new street signs along Main Street on Tuesday, July 26, 2016. This project was in collaberation with Plymouth Alive and Plymouth Borough.
Citizens Giving Back to the
Earl Cunningham, a long-time resident and EMA Coordinator for Plymouth Borough, spends his weekends beautifying the Beade Street Park and surrounding area. Not only does he cut the grass, he cleans up the garbage, trims the bushes, and rakes the leaves.
Plymouth Borough Receives a Fire Department Grant
Plymouth Borough received a grant from the Office of the State Fire Commissioner totaling $12,422.79. The monies were used to purchase the following equipment that was distributed to each of the three Borough Fire Companies.
Little Giant Ladders
Aluminum 17ft ladder giving us capabilities to access tight areas inside residents' homes with minimal damage due to ease of maneuverability.
30" Pro Bar "married" to an 8lb flat axe
These are the most common tools utilized to gain entry and accessibility in the fire service.
4' & 6' Talon Hooks w/ carrying straps
These are tools that have a variety of uses and capabilities including search, rescue and overhaul.
5,200 Lumen Streamlight Tripod Light
These versatile self contained light boxes have the capability to be placed anywhere and can be raised up to 6ft. They have both Spot and Flood settings at 3 power levels each.
MSA Altair 5X Multigas Meters
These advanced meters give responders the capability of getting 5 readings of the air quality including Carbon Monoxide. A quarterly calibration servicing plan for each was also purchased to cover the first year of use.
New Street Signs Installed
Plymouth Borough Honored
During 150th Anniversary
The Plymouth Historical Society sponsored the Time Capsule Banquet to celebrate Plymouth Borough’s 150th Anniversary. The banquet was held on Friday, June 10, 2016 at the Shawnee Room in Plymouth. During the banquet, proclamations were presented to Mayor Dorothy Petrosky by Senator John Yudichak, Jeffrey Hieshman, Deputy Executive Director of Pennsylvania State Association of Boroughs and from the office of Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf. Mayor Petrosky recognized receipt of said Proclamations and presented them to citizens and Council during the regular meeting that was held on Tuesday, July 12, 2016.
Municipal Lots Receive New Plants & Mulch
The Plymouth Borough DPW gave the Municipal Parking Lots a face-lift by preading new mulch and planting new plants.
March 20, 2016
Plymouth Rotary Club Makes Donation to Elm Hill Hose Co. No. 3
The Rotary Club presented Brian Oppelt Sr. from Elm Hill Hose Company No. 3 with a donation on March 17, 2016 as a big Thank you to them for helping to remove the Christmas Lights from Main Street.