News & Notices:
Council Members Minner and Marquis were sworn in for new terms on June 4, 2018 at City Hall.
The City of Harrington is seeking a Full-Time Accountant. This position performs professional governmental public accounting work; examines, analyzes, and verifies fiscal records and reports; prepares and analyzes account reconciliations and financial reports and provides advice and information on accounting practices and procedures in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles for the City. Candidate must have knowledge of accepted principles and interrelationships of fund accounting, […]
For the first time in recent years, the City Council is soliciting nominations from the community for ‘Citizen of the Year.’ To be eligible, the person must live within the 19952 zip code while their community service should take place predominately within the City of Harrington. The selected person will be recognized at the 2nd Annual Heritage Day Community Dinner on August 25th. The Citizen of […]
Presented by Mayor Anthony R. Moyer at the June 4, 2018 City Council Organizational Meeting. First I would like to welcome back Councilman Marquis and Vice Mayor Minner. I congratulate them on their re-election, and also thank them, as well as Councilman Bivans, Baugher, Parker, and Helsel, in their continued service to the City and community. It is these six individuals as well as a […]
This article is courtesy of the Social Security Administration. By Carol Kellam – Social Security District Manager in Dover, DE and Salisbury, MD Say “annual checkup” and most people imagine waiting at the doctor’s office. But, there’s another type of checkup that can give you a sense of wellness without even leaving home. Visit www.socialsecurity.gov and follow these five steps to conduct your own Social Security […]
Total votes for District 4 candidates: Eric D. Marquis – 18 Brian P. Slattery – 2 Election Votes Certification 2018
Mayor Anthony R. Moyer proclaimed May 4, 2018 as Firefighter Appreciation Day in the City of Harrington. The City of Harrington wishes to extend its sincere thanks to the members of the Harrington Fire Company. You provide a vital service to our community and your hard work and dedication is appreciated. Thank you for all that you do!
PUBLIC NOTICE City of Harrington Additions to Tax Bills & Appeals The City Council of the City of Harrington adopted Resolution 18-R-04 on April 16, 2018. This resolution adopted a list of other debts, including charges, costs, and other assessments owed to the City of Harrington to be added to tax bills and set the procedure for appeals. This list can be viewed at Harrington […]
Residents of Harrington can take bulk trash items to the Public Works Yard (102 Franklin Street) for disposal during Spring Clean Up. Photo ID is required as proof of residency. Tires, paint, and batteries will not be accepted. Appliances must have the Freon removed by someone certified to do so and tagged as such. Clean out your garage, shed, or attic or get rid of […]
Congratulations to Richard Clough from the Public Works Department as being selected as the 2017 Employee of the Year!