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2018-19 Joint Bid Results

The CapCOG Board of Delegates ratified the 2018-19 Joint Bid Results at its January 19, 2018 meeting.  The contract period is April 1, 2018 through March 31, 2019.

To see the ratified bid results for 2018-19:  CLICK HERE.


RFP for Engineering Services – Lemoyne Borough and
Lemoyne Municipal Authority

The Borough of Lemoyne is seeking proposals from interested engineering firms and individuals with municipal engineering experience for engineering services, including engineering design, subdivision and land development review, and additional services.  Lemoyne Borough – RFP for Engineering Services.

The Lemoyne Municipal Authority is seeking proposals from qualified firms to provide professional engineering consulting services for Lemoyne’s wastewater system, on an as needed basis.  Lemoyne Municipal Authority – RFP – LMA Wastewater Engineering

Questions should be directed to Cindy L. Foster, Borough Manager at 717.737.6843 or cfoster@lemoynepa.com.

Proposals are due on or before noon on Monday, April 30, 2018


Stormwater Training

Date:    May 17, 2018
Time:    8 AM Registration; Training 8:30 to 10 AM
Presenter:    Light-Heigel
Topic:   Storm Water Training For Small Project Plan Processing/Design And “Hydrology 101.”  This session will provide a general overview of the county storm water plan, (Act 167) and requirements for plan processing at the municipal level.
Location:    Hampden Township Building, 230 S. Sporting Hill Road, Mechanicsburg
Cost:     CapCOG Members:  FREE; Non-Members:  $10.00
Date:    June 28, 2018
Time:    8 AM Registration; Training 8:30 to 10 AM
Presenter:    ARRO Consulting
Topic:    Performing Annual MS4 Outfall Inspections
Location:    Lower Paxton Township, 425 Prince Street, Harrisburg
Cost:     CapCOG Members:  FREE; Non-Members:  $10.00

Job OpeningsCamp Hill – Recreation Assistant Intern
Carlisle – Assistant to Finance Director
Carlisle Borough Receptionist Finance Dept. Part-Time
Conewago Township – Secretary
Carroll Township – PT MS4 Coordinator
Harrisburg – Arborist
Harrisburg – Assistant City Solicitor
Harrisburg – Asst. City Solicitor-Collections
Harrisburg City – Auto Mechanic IV
Harrisburg City – Codes Enforcement Officer 1
Harrisburg – Deputy Director for Planning
Harrisburg – Engineer’s Representative I
Harrisburg – Streets Maintenance Worker I
Harrisburg – Park Ranger
Harrisburg – Sr IDMS Programmer
Hampden Township – Code Enforcement Officer
Highspire – Part Time Laborer

Lemoyne – PT Horticulturist
Lemoyne – PT Maintenance Worker
Lower Allen – MS4 Coordinator 2018
Lower Allen – Part Time Temporary Laborer
Lower Allen – Public Safety Officer
Lower Paxton Facility Rock Climbing Manager

Lower Paxton HR Manager
Lower Paxton – Township Manager
Lower Swatara – Township Manager
New Cumberland – Borough Manager

Silver Spring – Building and Codes Manager-BCO 2018
South Hanover – Admin Secretary
South Hanover – Administrative Bookkeeper
South Middleton – Assistant Zoning Officer
South Middleton – Assistant Codes Enforcement Officer
South Middleton – MS4 Coordinator

Swatara Township Diesel Mechanic
Swatara Township – Seasonal Employee
Upper Allen Township – Seasonal Winter Maintenance



TRAINING/DEMONSTRATIONS/CONFERENCESTraining and Development Image

CapCOG education events are supported by our
Education Program Sponsors:

Alpha Space Control Co., Inc.
C.S. Davidson, Inc.
Cumberland Area Economic Development Authority
Provident Agency

Tri-County Regional Planning Commission


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Who We Are

The Capital Region Council of Governments (CapCOG) was created in 1970 as the West Shore Council of Governments, changing its name in 2005 to reflect its growing membership which currently consists of 40 Boroughs, Cities and Townships located in the capital region. CapCOG is one of the largest COGs in Pennsylvania serving over 355,000 residents.

Our Mission – Promote cooperation and communication for the mutual benefit of its members.

Municipal Membership – Any Borough, City or Township in Cumberland, Dauphin, Lebanon, Perry or York counties

Associate Membership – are designated as government and non-municipal entities such as school districts, other COGs, counties, etc.

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