• 717-235-2337, Fax 235-0281
  • Monday-Friday, 7:30 am to 4:00 pm
  • 49 East High Street, New Freedom, PA

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UTILITY BILLS

Peoples Banks will STOP accepting Borough Utility payments on Sept. 30, 2020.  All Borough Utility payments, MUST be paid at the Borough office drop box or by mail. To accommodate the Banks decision, modifications are being made to the billing system to add ACH payments next month. Checks will be scanned so they post to your account immediately.
 


 

Steps to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 if you are sick.

 


 

Special Announcement :

THE BOROUGH OFFICE IS CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

THE OFFICE IS OPEN FOR BUSINESS,
MONDAY - FRIDAY 7:30 AM - 4:00 PM
VIA EMAIL (NFBORO@NFDC.NET)
PHONE (717) 235-2337                FAX (717) 235-0281

PERMIT APPLICATIONS ARE AVAILABLE IN THE RACK TO YOUR LEFT.

IF YOU DESIRE A PERMIT, COMPLETE THE APPLICATION AND PLACE IN THE DROP BOX WITH APPLICATION FEE $ 25 FOR ZONING PERMIT AND $ 75 FOR BUILDING PERMIT.
NO APPLICATION WILL BE REVIEWED WITHOUT APPLICATION FEE.


PLACE ALL UTILITY PAYMENTS IN THE DROP BOX.

CALL (717) 235-2337 WITH ANY QUESTIONS OR CONCERNS

Thank you for your patience!
New Freedom Borough



Friday, March 13, The New Freedom Community Center will be closed at 3:00 p.m. and all events will be cancelled until further notice. This is a precautionary measure. We will re-open as soon as possible. Feel free to call if you have any questions regarding this.

Meals on wheels are being delivered as scheduled. Members can arrange for a pickup lunch by calling 717 235-6060.

 


 

Below are the numbers for service for Electric, natural gas and telephone. The
Borough is a customer for these services, same as you are, we call for service.
Met Ed (electric) 888-544-4877
Columbia gas (natural gas) 888-460-4332
Verizon (telephone) 800-837-4966

 

New Freedom Borough is located in the southern portion of York County, Pennsylvania. The Borough borders Maryland and is part of the famous Mason-Dixon line. New Freedom was incorporated in 1873 and originally named "Freedom" for the Free family. Since there was another town already in existence with this name, "New Freedom" was chosen as the official name.

People of German, English, and Scotch-Irish descent settled the area. The rich, fertile soil provided a comfortable living for farming and agricultural opportunities. During the twentieth century, New Freedom was the home of a canning factory, an insulator factory and a veneer plant.
The railroad was a primary factor for early growth of the town. The rail service established a vital means of commerce and transportation until Hurricane Agnes in 1972 destroyed much of the rail line and bridges in York County. The railroad path has since become a part of the Rail Trail of the York County Park System. The Rail Trail provides safe space to jog, bike, and walk.

Located 30 miles North of Baltimore, Maryland and 38 miles South of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania the town is changing from an area of commerce and minor industry to a suburbanized community.