Welcome to Mt. Wolf Borough
|Met-Ed customers are urged to be
aware of the ongoing, nationwide scam involving a
telephone caller posing as a utility company employee
threatening to shut off power unless immediate payment
If your Met-Ed account is past-due, you will receive a written notice of your account status, with instructions on how to avoid disconnection of service. While a Met-Ed representative may call a customer whose bill is in arrears in order to remind them that a payment is due, the representative would explain how a payment can be made using our established payment options. They will NOT demand payment over the phone.
If a caller threatens to shut off your power unless immediate payment is received, hang up. If you wish to verify your account status or the identity of a Met-Ed employee, please call 1-800-545-7741.
The beginning for the area was in the early 19th century, as a mid-way train stop between Emigsville, Liverpool (now Manchester) and New Holland (now Saginaw). The station was first called Mount Campbell in honor of Thomas Campbell, who was instrumental in urging rail completion to Harrisburg. In the late 1850s, the station and post office were later known as Mount Wolf after George H. Wolf, who was the store and warehouse owner, stationmaster and postmaster. Mount Wolf became incorporated as a self-governing borough on August 23, 1910.
In April 2011, the Mount Wolf Centennial Committee received second place recognition in the 2011 Borough News Municipal Website contest for the population category under 2,500 from the Pennsylvania State Association of Boroughs. In September 2011, the Mount Wolf Centennial Committee received the "Community Award - Government/Civic Organization", at the annual board meeting of the York County Heritage Trust.
Mt. Wolf Borough history books are available for $12. Please contact Mayor Starner or Council President Poet to acquire a book. Make check out to Mt. Wolf Borough.