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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 5,857 residents, Plymouth Borough is a member of the Wyoming Valley West School District and is home to the Wyoming Valley West High School.

UPCOMING EVENTS
12 APR

Time: 6:00 PM

Council Work Session  Meeting

Location: Municipal Building

30 APR

Time: 8:30 AM-1:00 PM

Spring Cleanup

Location: Municipal Building

10 MAY

Time: 6:00 PM

Council Work Session & Meeting

Location: Municipal Building

CONTACT US

162 West Shawne Avenue

Plymouth, PA 18651

​Tel: (570) 779-1011

​Fax: (570) 779-2418   

plymouthborough@comcast.net

HELP A PLYMOUTH FAMILY
STREET SWEEPING

Plymouth Borough Street Department will perform street sweeping on Friday, April 7th, Saturday, April 8th, and Monday April 10th, 2017. They will be operating the sweeper on Main Street and Shawnee Avenue on Friday, April 7th. There will be no parking on the odd side of Main Street and the even side of Shawnee Avenue on Friday, April 7th starting at 7:00 A.M. until 3:30 P.M... There will be no parking on the even side of Main Street and the odd side of Shawnee Avenue on Saturday, April 8th starting at 7:00 A.M. until 3:30 P.M... Vehicles not removed will be ticketed. Everyone’s cooperation will be greatly appreciated.

Notice for Snow Removal

A reminder to the Plymouth Borough residents regarding the Snow & Ice Ordinance. All residents of the borough, including owners, tenants, occupant lessee or otherwise shall clear a path on any sidewalk abutting a street or alley of the borough to a width of a minimum of thirty (30) inches wide.  Sidewalks shall be cleaned of ice and snow within twelve (12) hours after the cessation of any snow, sleet and/or ice event.  It is unlawful to throw, deposit, plow or blow snow from driveways and sidewalks onto any street or alley of the borough.  Residents are urged to respect the work of the Public Works Department by not moving snow back onto borough streets after they have been plowed and salted.

Residents are asked not to park on corners of streets. This is not only against the law, but it makes it difficult for the Public Works Department to make the corners with a snow plow. Violators will be ticketed.

The following are snow emergency routes. These streets will receive priority by the Public Works Department. Residents are urged to adhere to the winter parking restrictions on these roadways following snow storms of three (3) inches or more:

  • Route 11 - Carey Avenue to Vine Street: no parking on odd numbered side of street.

  • Route 11 – Vine Street to Driscoll Street: no parking on both sides of street.

  • Cherry Street- No parking on both sides.

  • Academy Street – No parking on even numbered side.

  • Davenport Street – No parking on odd numbered side.

  • Orchard Street – No parking on even numbered side

  • Second Street – No parking on even numbered side from Davenport Street to Orchard Street

  • Franklin Street – No parking on odd numbered side.

  • Vine Street – No parking on even numbered side from Main Street to Larksville Borough line.

  • Moss Street – No parking on even numbered side.

  • Turner Street – No parking on odd numbered side.

 

The Mayor of Plymouth Borough, according to the Snow and Ice Ordinance has the authority to declare a snow or ice emergency in the borough. Vehicles parked on borough streets during winter weather emergencies may be ticketed or towed by the Plymouth Borough Police Department.  The penalty for violation of the Snow and Ice ordinance is fifty dollars ($50.00). Vehicles which are towed are subject to the towing and storage fee of the towing agent.  During a severe winter storm, residents should pay close attention to television and radio news broadcasts and the daily newspaper for information regarding snow emergencies in the Borough Plymouth.

A copy of the full ordinance is available here and also at the Plymouth Borough Administration Office 162 West Shawnee Avenue, Plymouth, PA 18651.

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.

 
2018 Dodgeball Tournament Registration

 

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