Sharpsburg has a New Mayor and a Vacancy on Council

Congratulations to Kayla Portis, Sharpsburg’s new Mayor! Kayla had been a Councilmember and applied to be interviewed for the Mayor seat at the June 11 Council meeting. Now that she has been seated, there is a vacancy on Council. If you are interested in filling...

$24.9M Awarded to the Borough

The Borough is excited to announce the receipt of a $24.9M RAISE grant through the United States Department of Transportation to transform the 52-acre former industrial riverfront site into a vibrant waterfront that will create generational local, regional, and...

Want to Help Plan the Bicentennial Events?

It’s hard to believe but Sharpsburg is approaching its 200th birthday in 2026! We are forming a Bicentennial Committee so if you are interested in helping to plan the events (or are just willing to help out after other people have planned the events), please fill out...

Now Hiring Crossing Guards

We need two more crossing guards to help keep the children safe as they wait for the school bus in the morning and as they get off the bus in the afternoon. Applicants must be able to get Act 33 clearances and be fingerprinted. Hours are 6am-8am and 2pm-4pm on school...

Nominations are being Accepted for Sports Hall of Fame

Nominations for the Sharpsburg Sports Hall of Fame are being accepted now! Nominations can be for any player, team, or team builder such as a coach, equipment manager, broadcaster or someone who made a significant impact on a team. It is open to all sports. The only...

Utility Work on S Main and Main St to Station Street to Begin 3/4/24

UPDATE 5/15/2024 PNG has moved to Main Street. They will continue to move eastward on Main Street from 6th Street to Station Street. The work is expected to take all summer. On S Main Street, PNG is to smooth out the temporary restoration but the final restoration...