11 East Broadway, P.O. Box 190
Red Lion, PA 17356

Red Lion, Pennsylvania

(717) 244-3475

Announcements:

Red Lion Borough Announcements:
By order of the governor, Red Lion Borough administration offices will be closed until further notice.

We will check our voicemail, mail, and emails (rlboro@redlionpa.org) when possible and attempt to respond to emergencies.
Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.
Red Lion Borough Council Work Session for June 1st has been moved to the Community Building. 

Red Lion Water Authority Announcements:
For the safety and protection of our employees, residents, and the public RLMA offices are closed to the public for walk-in service indefinitely. Payments can be made online, mailed, or left in the drop box located outside the front doors. Appointments may be made by calling (717) 244-3475, option 3. Thank you for your understanding during these challenging times.

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Recycling Video

PROP
Professional Recyclers of Pennsylvania

Every year, the
Professional Recyclers of Pennsylvania (PROP)
holds a recycling film festival.
Anyone can enter – a municipality, a school,
a church, a group of individuals,
or an individual of any age.
Take a look at the
2016 winning video!

Penn Waste

Penn Waste
collects residential
trash & recycling
in Red Lion Borough.

Visit their website for
interesting and valuable information!

Click here for their
Red Lion Borough page.

While you're visiting their website,
make sure to sign up at the bottom of their page
for email updates.

Upcoming Events

25 May 2020
MEMORIAL DAY
27 May 2020
07:00PM -
Red Lion Municipal Authority Meeting

Recycling Guidelines

The recycling bin is the property of Red Lion Borough and MUST stay at the property if you move!
Place recyclables at your normal collection site no later than 6AM on your scheduled collection day.
For information and complaints about your service, call Penn Waste at 717-767-4456 or visit their website.
Reject purchasing items in excessive packaging; buy those not in a package or in the smallest package possible.  
Reduce the number of items purchased; only buy those that are needed and will be used.  
Reuse items that can be repaired.
Recycle - it is good for you and the community, and it is the law.