100 Dupont Rd
Laurel Run, PA 18706
Congressional District- 11th
Legislative District- 119th
Type of Government- Mayor and Council
School District- Wilkes-Barre Area
Welcome to The borough of Laurel Run
Laurel Run is the site of the Laurel Run mine fire, which started in the Red Ash mine in 1915, and burned underground until 1973. The mine was excavated to remove the fire and filled in. Approximately 166 homes were razed and relocated along with two grocery stores, a church, a school and a lumberyard through a program administered by the Appalachian Regional Commission.
Any Rental / Use of Borough Property please see below.
Council Meeting Dates:
2019 Council Meeting Dates:
January 15, 2019
February 19, 2019
March 19, 2019
April 16, 2019
May 21, 2019
June 18, 2019
July 16, 2019
August 20, 2019
September 17, 2019
October 15, 2019
November 19, 2019
December 17, 2019
All Council Meetings are held on the third Tuesday of each month beginning at 7:00 p.m. unless otherwise advertised. In addition, the governing body holds a monthly work session prior to the regularly scheduled council meeting, beginning at 6:00 p.m. (as needed).
Laurel Run Borough Zoning/Luzerne County Documents:
To promote, protect and facilitate one or more of the following: the public health, safety, morals, general welfare, coordinated and practical community development, proper density of population, civil defense, disaster evacuation, airports, and national defense facilities, the provision of adequate light and air, police protection, vehicle parking and loading space, transportation, water, sewerage, schools, public grounds and other public requirements, as well as
To prevent one or more of the following: overcrowding of land, blight, danger and congestion in travel and transportation, loss of health, life or property from fire, flood, panic or other dangers. Zoning ordinances shall be made in accordance with an overall program, and with consideration for the character of the municipality, its various parts and the suitability of the various parts for particular uses and structures.
For additional information and/or Zoning Fee Schedule please contact:
Senior Designer, Civil and Laurel Run Borough Zoning Officer of Borton-Lawson
The Mayor is elected at large to a four-year term with the primary responsibility of presiding over Council and signing all ordinances. As an official representative of the Borough, the Mayor has the right to declare public emergencies, serves as a liaison between residents and council to ensure public safety and is an ex officio member of all other Borough committees. The Mayor is a voting member of Council only in the case of a council tied vote and has no veto power. Another function of the office is to serve as spokesman for the community and to represent the Borough at various civic and social activities.
Mayor Justin Correll
100 Dupont Rd,
Laurel Run, PA 18706
RENTAL /USE OF BOROUGH BUILDINGS/GROUNDS
The Laurel Run Borough Community Pavilion, Playground and Borough Building are perfect for your next outdoor gathering such as family reunions, graduation, picnics, church gatherings or any special event when you want to enjoy the summer outside. Nestled on the mountain side, a few minutes’ drive from the downtown city center, the grounds and buildings feature a large pavilion with picnic tables and electrical sources, playground, large shady trees, close drive up access and ample parking. Laurel Run Borough provides a first come-first serve rental to residents and non-residents. It’s always fun to have a party outside with room for games and activities-reservations are taken throughout the calendar year.
For additional information including available dates, pricing and accommodations please contact:
570-257-2307- Juanita Deininger
· Security Deposit (refundable at the end of rental period) $100.00
· Borough Building (November 1 – March 31st)
$100.00 Monday through Sunday
· Borough Building, Pavilion, and Playground (April 1st - October 31st)
$175.00 Monday through Thursday
$200.00 Fridays, Saturday, or Sundays
In addition to the above rental cost, the person(s) or organization must provide (in their name) an insurance binder: Minimum coverage of $250,000 for bodily injury and property damage. An insurance binder is easily obtained through your agent who provided you either renters or home owners insurance, there normally little or no additional charge for this binder. The required insurance binder shall also contain the same information and signatures as required on the rental agreement application (non-negotiable).