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BOROUGH OFFICES ARE NOW OPEN FOR IN-PERSON CUSTOMER SERVICE.  

The Borough strives to provide the highest quality service to our residents.  Staff are available for in-person customer service and are available to assist you via phone and email.  Appointments may also be made to meet with individual staff members, as required.  Correspondence to the offices may be sent via mail (P.O. Box 310, Waynesboro, PA 17268) or placed in the drop box located at the front of the municipal building (55 E. Main Street), next to the exit door.  Meetings are still being conducted through a virtual format (Zoom computer platform), and details for receiving information for virtual meetings will be listed on the “Calendar” section of this website.

WE ALSO ENCOURAGE ONLINE PAYMENTS THROUGH OUR NEW CUSTOMER PORTAL:  https://wba.authoritypay.com.

Please note that the Borough of Waynesboro does not contract with third party services (like DOXO), as these services may delay your payment beyond due dates, leading to late fees and/or service termination. 

We recently upgraded our billing solution to Muni-Link by Link Computer Corporation. Muni-Link software will allow you, our valued customers, to have more control over your utility bills through our online customer portal.  Sign up for E-Billing with your debit or credit card, schedule regular auto-draft payments through your bank, and more! You can access your past billing and payment history too … all from your computer or mobile device.  WHEN YOU RECEIVE YOUR NEXT UTILITY BILL, PLEASE NOTE THE CID NUMBER PROVIDED IN THE UPPER RIGHT CORNER.  THIS UNIQUE ID NUMBER IS NEEDED TO REGISTER FOR ONLINE ACCESS TO YOUR ACCOUNT THROUGH THE CUSTOMER PORTAL.

Please feel free to contact our offices at (717) 762-2101 if you have any questions or concerns.  Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.

Welcome to Waynesboro

Enjoy the benefits of a small town while remaining within 60-90 minutes of Baltimore, Harrisburg, and Washington DC. Waynesboro is situated in the southern part of Franklin County, Pennsylvania, about 2 miles north of the Mason-Dixon line, 6 miles east of I-81 and 12 miles north of Hagerstown, Maryland.

During the Civil War, Waynesboro was held for 15 days by Confederates on their way to Gettysburg. During the early 20th century, Waynesboro became an industrial hub and home to Frick Company, Geiser Manufacturing, Landis Machine Company, Landis Tool Company, and more.

Today, community organizations include the Renfrew Museum and Park, the Alexander Hamilton Memorial Library, Waynesboro YMCA, and Waynesboro Hospital. The Waynesboro Area School District operates four elementary schools, a middle school, and a high school. The Borough of Waynesboro designates five parks.  Northside Pool and Park features a zero-depth entrance, two water slides, bubblers, and other water features.

 

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Congratulations to John Baumgardner on his recent retirement from the Maintenance Department. At the September 21st Borough Council meeting, he was presented with his Academy of Music Retirement Plate. ... See MoreSee Less

Congratulations to John Baumgardner on his recent retirement from the Maintenance Department. At the September 21st Borough Council meeting, he was presented with his Academy of Music Retirement Plate.

Check out this story in Hagerstown Magazine about downtown Waynesboro, the town history and the future!
hagerstownmagazine.com/2022/09/20/day-tripper-downtown-waynesboro/?fbclid=IwAR3hSiRoZww_f3zDbD-c7...
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For Immediate Release

The members of the Waynesboro Police Department and Waynesboro Mayor Richard A. Starliper are pleased to announce that the Waynesboro Police Department has received agency accreditation from the Pennsylvania Law Enforcement Accreditation Commission (PLEAC).

Accreditation is a voluntary program focused on establishing a credible framework for evaluating agency practices and procedures. The program is designed to develop agency competencies and foster improved law enforcement community relations while ensuring agency accountability to the public and elected officials.

PLEAC has established 125 best practices standards regarding agency administration, operations, personnel and training. To achieve accreditation, a department must establish and implement policies and procedures which reflect these best practice standards. A group of three auditors are then selected by PLEAC to review the procedures and ensure that agency files and reports reflect the department’s adherence to these standards. Auditors reviewed agency policy and report submissions virtually and, on 02 and 03 May 2022, conducted on-site assessments. The auditors recommended to the Accreditation Commission that Waynesboro be granted accreditation. On 26 July 2022 Chief Sourbier met with the Accreditation Commission. The Commission voted unanimously to grant accreditation to the Waynesboro Police Department for a period of three years. During this three-year period, the agency must submit proofs of compliance which demonstrate that the agency remains in compliance with the standards. In 2025 the department will be reassessed and required to seek re-accreditation.

Attaining accredited status is a significant accomplishment for the members of the department and the community. Currently, only 147 of the 1,117 law enforcement agencies in the Commonwealth are PLEAC accredited. Chief Sourbier stated, “I am proud of the members of the police department and grateful to the consultants who assisted with the successful completion of this endeavor. The accreditation program will assist in sustaining our department commitment to strive for excellence in service to our community.”

This project was supported, in whole or in part, by federal award number 15JCOPS-21-GG-02584-SPPS awarded to the Borough of Waynesboro by the U. S. Department of Justice, Office of Community Oriented Policing Services. The opinions contained herein are those of the author(s) or contributor(s) and do not necessarily represent the official position or policies of the U. S. Department of Justice. References to specific individuals, agencies, companies, products, or services should not be considered an endorsement by the author(s), contributor(s), or the U. S. Department of Justice. Rather, the references are illustrations to supplement discussion of the issues.

The Internet references cited in this publication were valid as of the date of publication. Given that URLs and websites are in constant flux, neither the author(s) nor the COPS Office can vouch for their current validity.
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For Immediate Release

The members of the Waynesboro Police Department and Waynesboro Mayor Richard A. Starliper are pleased to announce that the Waynesboro Police Department has received agency accreditation from the Pennsylvania Law Enforcement Accreditation Commission (PLEAC).
 
Accreditation is a voluntary program focused on establishing a credible framework for evaluating agency practices and procedures. The program is designed to develop agency competencies and foster improved law enforcement community relations while ensuring agency accountability to the public and elected officials.
 
PLEAC has established 125 best practices standards regarding agency administration, operations, personnel and training. To achieve accreditation, a department must establish and implement policies and procedures which reflect these best practice standards. A group of three auditors are then selected by PLEAC to review the procedures and ensure that agency files and reports reflect the department’s adherence to these standards.  Auditors reviewed agency policy and report submissions virtually and, on 02 and 03 May 2022, conducted on-site assessments. The auditors recommended to the Accreditation Commission that Waynesboro be granted accreditation. On 26 July 2022 Chief Sourbier met with the Accreditation Commission. The Commission voted unanimously to grant accreditation to the Waynesboro Police Department for a period of three years. During this three-year period, the agency must submit proofs of compliance which demonstrate that the agency remains in compliance with the standards. In 2025 the department will be reassessed and required to seek re-accreditation.
 
Attaining accredited status is a significant accomplishment for the members of the department and the community. Currently, only 147 of the 1,117 law enforcement agencies in the Commonwealth are PLEAC accredited. Chief Sourbier stated, “I am proud of the members of the police department and grateful to the consultants who assisted with the successful completion of this endeavor. The accreditation program will assist in sustaining our department commitment to strive for excellence in service to our community.”
 
This project was supported, in whole or in part, by federal award number 15JCOPS-21-GG-02584-SPPS awarded to the Borough of Waynesboro by the U. S. Department of Justice, Office of Community Oriented Policing Services. The opinions contained herein are those of the author(s) or contributor(s) and do not necessarily represent the official position or policies of the U. S. Department of Justice. References to specific individuals, agencies, companies, products, or services should not be considered an endorsement by the author(s), contributor(s), or the U. S. Department of Justice. Rather, the references are illustrations to supplement discussion of the issues.
 
The Internet references cited in this publication were valid as of the date of publication. Given that URLs and websites are in constant flux, neither the author(s) nor the COPS Office can vouch for their current validity.Image attachment
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