Watsontown Borough

Northumberland County Pennsylvania

Open Records

Watsontown Borough complies with the Pennsylvania Right to Know Act and makes public records available on request.  Requests for these records may be verbal, but written requests are recommended.  


Brendi Brooke

Watsontown Borough

318 Main Street

Watsontown, PA 17777

570-538-1000 (v)

570-538-3353 (f)

bbrooke@ptd.net


Written requests for public records must be submitted on the Request Form below as provided by the Borough of Watsontown. Below is a link for a printable copy of the required form:



Borough of Watsontown Standard Right to Know Request Form

Pennsylvania Records Request Form (52KB)

Borough Council

The Borough of Watsontown exists under the Pennsylvania Borough Code which is a statute adopted by the Pennsylvania General Assembly as the basic law governing boroughs. 



The Borough of  Watsontown is governed by the Council-Manager form of government. There are six Council Members and a Mayor who are elected by the voters. The Chief Administrative Officer is the Borough Manager who is appointed by Council and is responsible for the day-to-day operation of the Borough. 


The Borough Council is the governing body. The six members of Council are elected at large for 4-year terms. Council holds regular monthly meetings. Council is responsible for levying taxes, enacting ordinances and resolutions, establishing policies, providing services, and promoting the health, safety, and welfare of the borough residents.


  • Greg Miller - President
  • Ken Hollenbach - Vice President
  • Dan Folk
  • Brent Frey
  • Harry Hefty
  • Todd Moyer


Borough Council meets on the 2nd Monday of each month at 7:00 pm in the Borough Building, unless otherwise noted.  The public is invited to attend Council meetings.  If you would like to be put on the meeting agenda to address the Council, please contact the Borough Office. 

Borough Committees meet on the 4th Monday of each month at 7:00 pm in Council Chambers at the Borough Building, unless otherwise noted.  The public is invited to attend Committee Workshops. 


The Mayor is also an elected position with a term of 4 years. Although not a member of the Borough Council, the Mayor may attend all Council meetings and take part in the discussions. The Mayor may cast the deciding vote when a tie occurs and may approve or veto every ordinance or resolution of legislative nature passed by Council. If the Mayor vetoes an ordinance or resolution, Council may override it with a two-thirds vote.


  • Russ McClintock, Mayor  

Watsontown Borough
318 Main Street - Watsontown, PA 17777
570.538.1000(v) - 570.538.3353(f)

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