Welcome To Mt. Holly Springs

Our town is more than meets the eye by car, as you move from Carlisle, Boiling Springs, or Gettysburg and back. We offer a nice selection of affordable restaurants, ample opportunities in the borough or nearby to hike, stroll, or play, a beautiful and nationally recognized library, and a historic and renovated inn for overnight stays.

Set of ring binders in the archive, one is highlighted, data access concept, blank copy space


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Police DUI Nigh Time Checkpoint. Police Cruiser Lights Closeup Photo.


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Rental Inspections

Water draining into a sewer manhole after rain on city street

Water & Sewer


Zoning & Codes

Important Info & Current Events


We Are Certified!

The Borough went through the Pennsylvania Municipal League and is now a certified sustainable silver community. Click here to read more.

Other important resident information:

Interested in being our Tax Collector?
The Borough of Mount Holly Springs will be seeking an individual for Tax Collector
Our current tax collector, Barb Boise will be resigning the Office of Tax Collector effective September 10th. Borough Council may appoint an individual to fill the seat until December 31, 2023.
If you are interested in the position, you can be appointed as tax collector, but you will also need to be on the ballot this coming November to fill a two-year term. This can be done by contacting the Democratic Party (717-599-8735) or the Republican Party (717-706-3808).
Any resident can also run a write-in campaign during the November general election. If you would like further information, please contact our Borough Manager at 717-226-1066 or the Cumberland County Elections Office.
2nd Edition MHS Sesquicentennial Booklet--Preorder information
The MHS Sesquicentennial Book 2nd Edition is at the printers. Books must be preordered. Use the link above to order your 2nd Edition copy.
The MHS Sesquicentennial Book Committee has scheduled two distribution dates from 5:30 -7:00 pm at Amelia Givin Library on:
Monday-September 25th and
Wednesday-September 27th
Yellow Breeches EMS Fall Community Open House
September 23, 2023
10:00 Am to 2:00 pm
Meeting Dates
Borough Council--Sept 11th 7:00 pm
Water Authority--Sept 14th 5:00pm
Meeting Dates
Park and Rec --Sept 19th 6:30 pm
Planning Commission--Sept 20th 7:00 pm
Committee-- Sept 28th 5:00 pm
Agenda For Council Meeting
Agenda will be posted closer to next hearing date.
Learn more about Mt Holly's Heroes
Want to know more about our"Heroes" ?
Just click on Resident Information and scroll down to Hometown Heroes.
Click on their name (in red) and read about their individual stories.
Hometown Heroes Banner Program
The Borough will no longer accept banner applications for this year (2023). We will once again accept applications starting January 1, 2024 until April 30, 2024. We will post details on the website in December.
Mt. Holly Community Volleyball
All skills are welcome!

About us: This is a community pickup game where we welcome everyone interested in playing volleyball. Our main goals are teamwork, encouraging love of the game, and improving our skills in a positive, respectful environment. New and experienced players play alongside each other, each being challenged in different ways. The best part is having fun together.
For location, days and times of games (or for more information): Please feel free to contact Jonathan with any questions.
Email: jonboar@aol.com

Thanks and game on!