Welcome to East Stroudsburg

Free Parking!

December 17 through December 24, 2018

Crystal Street
Washington Street (from Crystal Street to Starbird Street)
South Courtland Street
Municipal Lots in the Downtown Area

Happy Holidays!
Compliments of the Borough of East Stroudsburg


EAST STROUDSBURG BOROUGH
IS GOING GREEN!

INTRODUCING E BILLING TO ALL CUSTOMERS

GO PAPERLESS AND RECEIVE
INVOICES VIA E-MAIL!

Easy to sign up:
Click Here 
or stop by the Borough Office


See the source imageWith the prospect of winter weather on the horizon, East Stroudsburg Borough would like to take this opportunity to remind all East Stroudsburg Borough residents that Section 132-1 of the East Stroudsburg Code requires sidewalks to be cleared of snow and/or ice accumulation within 24 hours of the end of the weather event.

 


Have You Signed Up for Text Alerts Yet?

East Stroudsburg Borough has teamed up with Monroe County Emergency Management for anyone to sign up to receive alerts from the Borough through the CodeRed system.  To sign up for general and emergency alerts from the Borough of East Stroudsburg, click HERE.  You will start receiving notifications, including when snow emergencies are declared.  Alerts can be sent via phone and/or email.  For more information please call Becky at 570-421-8300 ext. 101.


 

Are you new to the Borough?
Please call the office and request the most recent newsletter
be sent to you and read all about us!


 

Click on the following links for more information about the East Stroudsburg Borough:


The Borough of East Stroudsburg was created by an Act of the Pennsylvania State Legislature and incorporated as a Borough in 1870. Our municipality includes an area of approximately 2.5 square miles and a resident population of over 10,000.


East Stroudsburg Borough originally was the industrial center of Monroe County due to the railroad. Now it is home to the two largest service institutions in the county, East Stroudsburg University and Lehigh Valley Hospital – Pocono.

The Borough operates under the provisions of the Borough Code of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Borough Council (the legislative branch of the local government) is made up of six (6) members, who are elected by wards. The administrative branch of the Borough government is directed by a professional administrator (Borough Manager) appointed by Council. The elected Mayor serves as the official “Head of State”.  A separately elected Tax Collector is responsible for collecting borough and county real estate taxes.

 

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