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About Us

Incorporated in 1832, Pine Grove is a small Borough located in Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania. The Swatara Creek runs through the Borough and was used for transporting coal and other goods as part of the Union Canal in the early days.  The route of the creek through Pine Grove is now used for fishing, kayaking, tubing and other outdoor activities.  The early railroads which were also part of the early settlers transportation and trade routes have been transformed throughout the area as nature and reserve trails. 
Growing from population in an 1860 census of 503, Pine Grove Borough has recently registered 2,186 strong in the 2010 census.
Borough Hall Location:
One Snyder Avenue
Pine Grove, PA 17963


Pine Grove Borough Office is still closed to the public until it is deemed safe to reopen to the public.

The Pine Grove Borough Office will only be available by phone or email.  You may contact us during normal business hours at 570-345-3555 or the following email addresses:  for all water questions and concerns or for any general questions or concerns.

Please note:  We are asking if you call into the Borough Office and no one answers to please leave us a message.  Our phone messages our sent directly to us.

If you have a true emergency, please call 911 for assistance.

You may drop off water payments at the drop box by the police entrance or go onto our website at and go under the water tab to make an online payment.
Thank you for your understanding and patience.
Mon – Fri: 8:00AM – 4:00PM
Sat and Sun: Closed

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