Pre-K Counts at St. John’s Childhood Center

As an initiative of the Pennsylvania Department of Education, PA Pre-K Counts gives children a chance to learn, get excited about school, and become better students. The classroom operates late August to early June and helps smooth the transition to kindergarten, Certified teachers use curriculum that help children grow academically and socially. Children who are 3 or 4 years old by August 31, 2019 are eligible for immediate enrollment. Families must meet income requirements. Contact Robin Foltz at 814-349-5611 or for more information and to see if you qualify.

The YFeeds Kids

YMCA of Centre County’s Summer Lunch Program

Served At St. John’s Childhood Center, 101 Mill Street, Millheim, PA 16854

Time: 11:30 AM, every Friday through August

Free lunch provided for all school age children

Adults are welcome to purchase a meal for $2.50

Sewer Rate Increase

The Sewer EDU rate for 2019 is $75.00/EDU. This new rate becomes effective on the bill to be mailed in February 2019 which is for usage in January.


This disclosure satisfies the requirements for the Millheim Borough Pension Fund with the Pennsylvania State Association of Borough’s Municipal Retirement Trust.

Click on attachment to view complete document.

2016 Act 44 Disclosure Form

Volunteers Wanted

Any one interested in helping the Downtown Beautification Committee, please contact Patty Beckenbaugh, Committee Chairperson at 349-2419.

ATV Ordinance

An ATV Ordinance regarding ATVs, dirt bikes, and other recreational vehicles was adopted at the January 2014 Borough Council meeting. It is now unlawful to operate these vehicles within the Borough. This ordinance was adopted to reduce noise, reduce dust and dirt pollution, and improve safety for pedestrians. There are certain exceptions, such as motorized wheel chairs and scooters used by handicapped individuals, and vehicles used for property maintenance or business purposes. Also excluded are uses by the Millheim Fire Company, the Penns Valley Emergency Medical Services, and other municipal, governmental, or military personnel when used to conduct their official duties. Code Enforcement Officers as well as the Pennsylvania State Police have enforcement authority of this ordinance. Violation of this ordinance can result in penalties ranging from $50 to $300 per offense. This is a summary of the ordinance. The full text of the ordinance can be found by clicking on “ATV Ordinance to the left of this document and then beside Attachments clicking on the ATV Ordinance.pdf