Lock Haven City
Incorporated as a City of the Third Class in 1870, Lock Haven is the county seat
of Clinton County located in north central Pennsylvania. The City lies between the banks of the West Branch of the Susquehanna
River and the Bald Eagle Creek.
The City of Lock Haven is the largest municipality in Clinton County,
encompassing 2.3 square miles with a population of 9,149 (2000 census).
Click HERE for a City Map.
The City has a Council-Manager form of government. City Council consists
of 6 Council members and a Mayor, each serving a 4 year term. Council meetings are held the 1st and 3rd Monday of each month to conduct business and set policy in the first
floor Council Chambers, City Hall, 20 East Church Street,
Lock Haven, PA 17745.
Mayor, Richard P. Vilello Jr. § William
E. Baney, III. § Lynda Carey §
Jonathan Bravard §
Conklin § Ted Forbes §
Stephen L. Stevenson
City Department Contacts
City Manager: Richard Marcinkevage; phone - 893-5900
Airport Manager: Edward Watson; phone - 748-5123
City Treasurer: Angela M. Black; phone - 893-5620
Code Enforcement/Zoning Officer: Cynthia D. Walker; phone -
Health Officer: Patty Jones; phone - 893-5916
Engineer: Jason Dershem; phone - 893-5904
City Planner: Leonora Hannagan; phone - 893-5903
Fire Chief: Robert L. Neff; phone - 748-6462
Police Chief: Elwood Hocker; phone - 893-5630
Levee Superintendent: Gary L. Ferree; phone - 893-5906
Sewer Superintendent: Michael Glantz; phone - 893-5920
Streets/Parks Foreman: Perry E. Walker; phone - 893-5917
Water Foreman: Fran Styers; phone -
Recreation Director: John H. Bailey; phone - 893-5612
CURBSIDE RECYCLING PROGRAM: The City of Lock Havenís residential curbside recycling program makes collections every two weeks. Material consisting of glass, aluminum, steel & bimetal cans, newspapers , magazines, plastic bottles, and corrugated cardboard are recycled.
ANNUAL LEAF COLLECTION: The city public works crews collected leaves during the months of October and November.
STREET SWEEPER PROGRAM: The City Street Sweeper Program runs from April 1st to November 1st. Downtown streets are swept two times each week. Residential areas are swept weekly.
SPRING CLEAN-UP: The City annually picks up yard waste material generated by City residents cleaning up their yards in preparation for Spring.