Pringle Borough

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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.

The West Side Area Vocational Technical School is located on Evans Street, as well as the Town Hall and the Pioneer Volunteer Fire Company.


Address Pringle Borough
89 Evans Street, Pringle, PA 18704
Phone 570-288-2339
Fax 570-288-2366
Website N/A
E-mail N/A
Population 997
Square Miles .5
Name of Mayor Stanley Zamerowski
Congressional District 20th
Legislative District 120th
Type of Government Mayor and Council
School District Wyoming Valley West
Phone: 570-288-6551
Public Library Hoyt Library, Kingston
Phone: 570-287-2013
Range of Housing Costs N/A
Property Tax Rate 13.5 mills


Cable Service Electric Cable
Gas PG Energy
Phone: 570-829-3461
Electric UGI Utilities
Phone: 800-962-1212
Water Pennsylvania-American Water Co.
Phone: 800-565-7292
Waste Removal Municipal
Phone 570-288-2339
Last Updated: 08/19/06 03:32:17
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