This two-act play will be presented as an interview, revealing personal and professional insights into the life of Mr. John Mitchell. This original play is also a tribute to Mr. Mitchell as a "champion of labor and defender of human rights". Performance date: June 23, 2019, Sunday, 2:00 p.m.
Due to the new guidelines set by the operator of the Lackawanna County Recycling Center. The following items CANNOT be recycled.
Travel Advisory June 5, 2019 Concrete Replacement project 1-81 North, Lackawanna County Update Dunmore — The project is currently setting up a long term pattern on 1-81 North Bound for the center lane work starting on Monday, June 4. 2019.
The Borough of Dunmore’s Hometown Heroes Banner Project was named recipient of the 2018 People’s Choice SAGE Award.
The Borough is pleased to announce that our submission to the Scranton Chamber regarding our Hometown Hero Banner program has made it to the finals.
Hard to Recycle Initiative
Christmas is meant to be a special time and, especially if you are part of a family with young children, you want to make sure that each Christmas is as memorable as it possibly can be.
Regardless of your own personal political beliefs, and which part of the political spectrum you personally fall on, we can hopefully all agree that government plays a crucial role in maintaining the democracy we all live in.
We’ve all felt the urge to give back to our community, to foster positive changes in the area we live, and to offer help to others who are unable to help themselves. If you want to start helping your community, have a look at some tips we’ve gathered below to help you get started.
Dunmore’s request letter to AG Shapiro Regarding The Scranton Sewer Authority Show all files | Size: 27th Jun 2017 Dunmore’s request letter to AG Shapiro Next »Page 1 of « Prev
DEP Issues Second Environmental Assessment Letter to Keystone Landfill Regarding Proposed Expansion in Lackawanna County
Communities play an important role in every aspect of our lives. We have communities in our friends, our families, our employment, our neighborhoods, and in so many other places. We find community in the sports teams we support, or the artists we enjoy, even the food that we like. Having a sense of community unites...
Protecting your Home in Winter Weather With winter weather finally here, the temperatures are dropping fast. To prepare for the blistering cold and avoid serious home repairs that could quickly put a damper on your Holiday joy, take a look at the following ways to keep your home warmer and safe this winter season: ...
As the technological age continues to move forward, the shopping experience is gradually becoming predominantly web-based. It’s not a surprise considering every item you desire is available at the click of a button. Of course, then you also have to deal with additional shipment fees and wait a whole week or more just for your...
The Dunmore Police Department has three new patrol bicycles. The bikes worth about $4,000 were donated Thursday by Toyota of Scranton. Dunmore police say the bikes will help officers get to know the community and go places they can't reach with a car.
Scranton Sewer Authority Permit for Pollution Discharge NPDES Draft Permit Appendix A NPDES Permit Fact Sheet NPDES Public Notice Transmittal Letter
This Summer has been very kind to us! Not much rain and many hot, sunny days. So don’t spend your weekend in bed watching Netflix, get out there and experience all that NEPA has to offer this summer. One great way to do this is by attending the Dunmore Borough Farmer’s Market, this and every...
PUBLIC HEARING MUNICIPAL WASTE MANAGEMENT LANDFILL PUBLIC HEARING Municipal Waste Management Landfill Expansion Application #101247-A142 Submitted by Keystone Sanitary Landfill, Inc. Dunmore and Throop Boroughs, Lackawanna County The Department of Environmental Protection has scheduled a public hearing to accept comments on Municipal Waste Management Permit Application 101247-A142 for a proposed expansion of the Keystone Sanitary...
The Borough of Dunmore is proud to announce the arrival of our newest team member, Riley. Riley started working with Officer Jack Kane last week. Good luck Officer Kane and K-9 Riley, we are proud to have you aboard.
Dunmore Council Meetings Minutes & Agendas from past meetings.