Local Governments

Founded in 1772, Northumberland is a picturesque community along the Susquehanna River. **OFFICE IS CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC. MAYOR HAS ASKED THAT NO GROUPS OF 10 OR OVER ASSEMBLE UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

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Situated along the West Branch of the Susquehanna River, the primary transportation route in the 1700's and 1800's, Watsontown grew as a transportation hub that spurred settlement and building of mills and businesses. Today, Watsontown has historic homes, manufacturing enterprises and access to recreation along the Susquehanna River and forests of central Pennsylvania.

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Sunbury is the site of the first commercial building wired for electricity by Thomas Edison. **City offices are open for regular hours however public access is strictly limited. Please call or visit the website.

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Located on Zeigler Road, the township's recycling center is open on the second and fourth Saturdays of each month from 8 AM to noon. A Community Aid Box for used clothing donations is also available seven days a week.

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Manufacturing/commercial sites, locations and financial packaging.

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