Hello and Welcome to the official website of Pringle Borough... Pringle is located in Luzerne County, in the Northeast section of Pennsylvania. This site was developed to keep our residents informed and up to date on important matters taking place in Pringle Borough.
Looking over the Wyoming Valley, located on top of Pringle Hill, our Borough Building is a great example of our history!
Pringle Borough is one of the remaining small town neighborhoods where everyone knows their neighbors...
Living in a small town...is like living in a large family of rather uncongenial relations. Sometimes it’s fun, and sometimes it’s perfectly awful, but it’s always good for you.
Tax Collection Hours are as follows:
2017 COUNTY/MUNICIPAL REAL ESTATE TAXES
REBATE PERIOD BY 4/7/2017 - COLLECTION 6PM TO 7PM ON TUESDAYS AND 10AM TO 11AM ON SATURDAY MORNINGS FACE PERIOD BY 6/7/2017 COLLECTION LAST 3 WEEKS 6PM TO 7PM TUESDAYS AND 10AM TO 11AM ON SATURDAY MORNINGS PENALTY PERIOD FROM 6/8/2017 TO END OF YEAR - COLLECTION IS BY APPOINTMENT ONLY.
IF PAYING AFTER DECEMBER 15TH: ONLY OFFICIAL BANK CHECKS OR CERTIFIED CHECKS OR MONEY ORDERS WILL BE ACCEPTED.
IN NEED OF RECEIPT, PLEASE RETURN ENTIRE BILL WITH PAYMENT AND A SELF-ADDRESSED STAMPED ENVELOPE.
IF ANY QUESTIONS PLEASE CALL THE TAX COLLECTOR MARIA BOCCI AT (570)406-9686
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Contractors or residents that are in need of a building permit can download the permit here, fill it out and return to the Borough Secretary.
Pringle Residents are required by ordinance to participate in the Borough's Sanitation Services. Each resident must purchase the sanitation sticker by JANUARY 31st of every year. For more information look under the Pringle Borough Newsletter. If you should have any questions regarding this matter, you can call the Secretary at (570)288-2339 during the hours of Tuesday through Friday, 9AM to 2PM.
The Borough of Pringle was incorporated on January 17, 1914, by the inhabitants of the villages of Pringle and Cooper Hill. The borough was named Pringle in honor of Thomas Pringle, upon whose farm the village of Pringle Hill was built. Some of the current residents of the Borough are the descendants of the original founding fathers, and they still refer to their homes on Pringle Hill. Visitors are entertained by the view of Wyoming Valley and the surrounding mountains, visible from almost every street in the borough.
Working to keep Pringle Borough Great!