Newsletter Articles

  1. Lansdowne Theater’s Phantom Popcorn

    Have you been to the Lansdowne Theater? It has quite the history and with its history comes a little bit of haunting. Read on...
  2. Lansdowne Borough Halloween Party

    Borough children ages 1 to 12 are invited to stop by Lansdowne Landing (during the Farmers Market) October 30th from 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm for a treat and a pumpkin! Read on...
  3. Herd of Goats Help Solve Erosion Issue in Marlyn Park

    Goats will graze in Marlyn Park to eat invasive vegetation, including vines as an alternative to using chemical herbicides. Read on...
  1. New Code Enforcement Officer, Dan Miller, Sworn In

    Mayor Campuzano swore in the new code enforcement officer Dan Miller last week.  We welcome Dan to the Borough. He will be a great asset to the borough staff. Read on...
  2. Survey Shows: People in Lansdowne Care About the Environment

    There is a popular bumper sticker that says, “Think globally, act locally,” and this is the bottom line from the “Lansdowne Environmental Priorities Survey” conducted by the Environmental Advisory Council. Read on...
  3. June 17, 2021: Letter from Council President, Benjamin Hover

    Council President, Benjamin Hover, shares information on the events and economic development happening around town. Lansdowne Borough is experiencing an abundance of good news and positive trends and events occurring in and around our community. Read on...
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