Jermyn Holiday Lights Committee Meeting

The Jermyn Holiday Lights Committee will meet this Sunday, February 16th at 5pm at the Jermyn Borough Building, 440 Jefferson Ave. We will discuss new purchases for 2020, as well as fundraising activities for the upcoming year. All are welcome to attend.

Jermyn 150 Committee Meeting

The Jermyn 150 Committee will have a meeting this Sunday, February 9th at 7:00pm at the Jermyn Borough Building.  All are welcome to attend.

Property Tax & Rent Rebate Event – Hosted by Senator Blake


Tax Collector Position Available

The position of tax collector in Jermyn Borough is currently open. Letters of intent along with resumes are being accepted at the Jermyn Borough Office, 440 Jefferson Ave. Jermyn, PA 18433 until January 24, 2020.

Jermyn Borough Flag

Jermyn Borough’s Official Flag, as awarded by Jermyn Borough Council on 12/19/19. Congratulations to Amy Ryczak for designing the winning flag!
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Borough Tax Collector Opening

The Borough of Jermyn will receive applications for position of Borough Tax Collector through January 24, 2020.  Required qualifications include: Jermyn resident for one or more years, registered to vote, and meets statutory requirements to be tax collector.  Preferred qualifications include experience in accounting or finance.  Successful applicant must complete state-required education course before starting work.  Borough reserves the right to not select any applicant.  Appointment will be for remainder of unexpired term of former tax collector, which is until December 31, 2021. Letters of interest may be submitted to: Jermyn Borough 440 Jefferson Ave.  Jermyn, PA  18433.

Flood-Ready Open House

Residents of Lackawanna County are invited to attend a public Flood-Ready Open House hosted by the Lackawanna County Flood Risk Coalition (LCFRC), with support from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), to learn about changing flood risks as the County prepares for updated flood maps which will become effective in summer 2020.

The Open House will take place from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 10 at the Albright Memorial Library, 500 Vine St.

The goal of the Open House is to inform property owners and the community of how their flood risk will change when new Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRMs) go into effect. The change to the flood maps will impact over 2,000 property owners, who may see an increase or decrease in flood risk to their properties. Properties in flood prone areas may have additional land use regulations and may be required to purchase flood insurance if they have a federally-backed mortgage. Residents can look up their properties on the draft Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRMs) by visiting .

Representatives from FEMA as well as members of the LCFRC, which includes more than 20 community members from local, county and state organizations, will be present at the Open House to meet one-on-one with attendees to discuss flood risk, flood insurance, and ways to mitigate future disasters. The LCFRC was established in April 2018 to ensure that communities throughout Lackawanna County understand the upcoming map changes and use this new information to take action to reduce future risk.

To RSVP for the Open House, log onto Registration is encouraged, but not mandatory.