Fort Borough is a beautiful tree-lined bedroom community that is
located in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania. For a Map and
Directions, click on the Read More Button below...
Forty Fort Borough was Settled in 1778 and Incorporated in 1887.
Storm Water Management
HERE to see what you can do to help keep our neighborhood's
environment protected from polution through our storm drainage
always strive to keep our residents notified of any projects that may
affect them. This is where you will learn what projects we are
currently working on.
Important Data Needed
HERE to submit the necessary emergency response information to
the Forty Fort Fire Department. If a fire emergency ever
happens at your home, make sure our Fire Department has the
information they need to save lives...
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Forty Fort Borough residents may now
purchase their 2015 Parking Permit stickers at a cost of $25.00
each. Residents are reminded that you must have a parking permit
sticker displayed on every vehicle that will be parked on the street
between the hours of 2:00 AM & 5:00 AM.
CLICK HERE to
download the permit application.
On Friday, December 19th,2014, the the
Access Road to the Luzerne County Recreation Fields (Near the
Airport) was renamed Camryn Way in memory of Camryn Lee Shultz, a
beautiful 1 year old little girl who tragically lost her life on
October 27, 2013 in Forty Fort Borough.
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How it works...
If it snows 3 or more inches, a
snow emergency will be declared and a special parking ban will
be implimented. When the ban is implimented:
1. On the day the Snow
Emergency is declared, parking will be restricted to the side of
the street based on the date. For example if it is
December 11th (an odd date) you should park on the side of the
street with odd numbered addresses. Conversely, if the
Snow Emergency is declared on December 12th (an even date), you
should park on the side of the street with even numbers.
2. On the day following you
should park on the opposite side of the street. This will ensure
streets will be plowed from curb to curb over the two day period
After any such emergency shall have been declared, it shall
be unlawful during the
period of such emergency for any
person to park any type of motor vehicle or to allow
to remain parked on the following streets between the hours of 9
Wyoming Avenue (SR 0011)
River Street (Rutter to Wyoming Avenue)
(River to Welles)
Murray Street (Slocum to Dennison)
If you violate the snow emergency parking ban when it has been
activated, your vehicle may be ticketed and towed.