Authority Agenda 10132021-AMENDED.pdf
Authority Agenda 10132021.pdf
Delta Borough Council Agenda 09142021 (1).pdf
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that due to the Covid-19 virus, the Delta Borough Council, Delta, York County, Pennsylvania will be limiting attendance of its Council meeting scheduled for May 26, 2020 to official personnel ONLY. The meeting will be conducted via webconference.

Anyone needing to address the Council with an issue that cannot wait until June meeting, or wishing to participate, may send their concern, question, or comment, no later than May 25th, to the Borough Secretary via email to, by phone at 717.456.6248, or by US Mail to P.O. Box 278, Delta, PA 17314.

By: Sherrie Wood



To sign up today go to and click on “Set Up Online Access”. You will need your account number, as well as you CID number, which is located under your account number of your actual bills. GO GREEN and sign up through this link to have your bills emailed to you as well!!

For the safety and protection of our employees, customers, and the public, the Delta Borough and Delta Borough Municipal Authority office will be closed to the public for walk-in service until further notice. Payments can be mailed or left in the drop box in the lobby and all questions or concerns should be directed by email or telephone during normal business hours.

Thank you.

A message from the Delta Municipal Authority: Due to planned projects that are about to begin please be aware there may be intermittent water disruption and or muddy water. Please Check back for specific dates.

Welcome to Historic Delta Borough

The borough of Delta, PA has a proud history, dating from its incorporation in 1880. Earlier settlers in the region were Scottish and Irish immigrants, and in the 19th century the town became a thriving mercantile center as the major stop on the Maryland-Pennsylvania Railroad between Baltimore, MD and York, PA.

The area’s slate and green marble quarries attracted workers from Wales, who brought their love of music to the locale.

Today the borough exists as a small Victorian village, with its entire Main Street listed on the National Register of Historic Places due to its structures’ unique architectural styles. Both townspeople and visitors participate in bi-annual Welsh singing festivals which attract hundreds of people from across the U.S., Canada, and Wales; heritage festivals are also popular, as are fire company parades and fairs.

In the 21st century, Delta promotes its location with proximity to major metropolitan cities, combined with its rural, small-town atmosphere and cottage industries.

Authority Agenda 10132021-AMENDED.pdf