Millheim Borough, Centre County PA
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Millheim Borough is located in Centre County, Pennsylvania on Route 45 approximately 30 miles east of State College. The Borough is situated in a rural setting that offers close proximity to Penn State sporting activities, restaurants, theatres, and shopping. The town itself offers quaint craft shops, restaurants, a volunteer fire company, ambulance service, banking facilities, and a community swimming pool. The Borough has a designated Historic District that is listed with the Centre County Historical Society. The Penns Valley Area School District is located approximately three miles west of Millheim on Route 45.

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Consumer Confidence Report
Click on the link to the left of this information to find the attachment for the 2015 Annual Water Consumer Confidence Report or go to our Water/Sewer page for a direct link to the 2015 Annual Water Consumer Confidence Report.
March 2016 Newsletter
Click on the link to the left and read the entire March 2016 newsletter.
2014 Municipality Act 13 Impact Fee Distribution
Click on the link to view the 2014 Municipality Act 13 Impact Fee Distribution.  This report is required by the Public Utility Commission for municipality's receiving impact fee monies as a result of the Act 13 of 2012 Marcellus Shale Well Fee.
Centre County Hazardous Waste Collection
Centre County Recycling & Refuse Authority at 253 Transfer Road near the Nittany Mall will be holding a Household Hazardous Waste Collection Event on Friday, April 29 and Saturday, April 30, 2016.  Click on the title to the left of this article for all important details of the event.
Volunteers Wanted
Any one interested in helping the Downtown Beautification Committee, please contact Patty Beckenbaugh, Committee Chairperson at 349-2419.
This disclosure satisfies the requirements for the Millheim Borough Pension Fund with the Pennsylvania State Association of Borough's Municipal Retirement Trust.
Click on attachment to view complete document.
Residential Energy Survey Form
The Renewing Millheim’s Energy Independence Project residential energy survey form is now available as a fillable PDF! You can access it here, download it, fill it out, and email or mail it to the address listed on the second page of the form. Fill one out TODAY—this is the first step of becoming involved in this valuable, money-saving project.
Renewing Millheim’s Energy Independence Project
This community-wide energy conservation project will first identify Millheim’s energy usage and then facilitate energy conservation. The goals: save energy and save money. Visit the project's website to learn how you can get a highly-discounted $50 home energy audit.
Guidelines For Special Events To Be Held In Millheim
If your organization is interested in holding an event in Millheim Borough, please click on the link for a copy of the "Guidelines for Special Events to be held in Millheim Borough".
ATV Ordinance
An ATV Ordinance regarding ATVs, dirt bikes, and other recreational vehicles was adopted at the January 2014 Borough Council meeting.    It is now unlawful to operate these vehicles within the Borough.  This ordinance was adopted to reduce noise, reduce dust and dirt pollution, and improve safety for pedestrians.  There are certain exceptions, such as motorized wheel chairs and scooters used by handicapped individuals, and vehicles used for property maintenance or business purposes.  Also excluded are uses by the Millheim Fire Company, the Penns Valley Emergency Medical Services, and other municipal, governmental, or military personnel when used to conduct their official duties.  Code Enforcement Officers as well as the Pennsylvania State Police have enforcement authority of this ordinance.  Violation of this ordinance can result in penalties ranging from $50 to $300 per offense.  This is a summary of the ordinance.  The full text of the ordinance can be found by clicking on "ATV Ordinance to the left of this document and then beside Attachments clicking on the ATV Ordinance.pdf" 
Parking: There is 2-hour parking in the downtown business district.   The area is signed and offenders may be ticketed.  Please note:  Parking in front of a fire hydrant is not permitted, offenders will be ticketed. 
Important Rules and Regulations
Sidewalk Obstructions: It is the responsibility of the property owner to see that all sidewalks are cleared of snow, ice and other obstructions within twenty-four (24) hours after the same shall cease to fall, in the case of snow, or shall have occurred, in the case of ice or other obstructions.  
Building Permits and Yard Sale Permits are required in the Borough so please call Glenn Ripka at 349-8177 for more information before starting any project.