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.
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.
Current Work Schedule
Click on the Sewer Cover Photo to see the current work schedule
for our Sewer Project...
Meetings have moved to
a different time.
Forty Fort Borough Council Meetings and Work Sessions will now begin
at 7:00 PM instead of 7:30 PM.
HERE for the official notice.
Beat the Heat...
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As part of our participation in the CARFAX Police Crash Assistance
program, all crash reports for the
Borough Police Department are now available for purchase
online. You’ll save a trip to the station, postage, or a phone call
when you buy from our new online accident report distribution site.
You can access accident reports right online, 24/7, by clicking on
the CRASHDOCS.ORG button below:
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Police, Fire, Code Enforcement and Street Department...
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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.
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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Clean-Up at Forty Fort Cemetary
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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.
Storm Water Management
HERE to see what you can do to help keep our neighborhood's
environment protected from polution through our storm drainage
Wyoming Valley West Middle School Students offer input on
CLICK THE PHOTO to read