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Welcome to Goldsboro

Founded 1850

About Goldsboro

Goldsboro is a borough located in York County, Pennsylvania. As of the 2020 census, Goldsboro is home to 932 people. In 1850, upon the completion of the railroad from York Haven to Harrisburg, Goldsborough was founded. Named after the civil engineer of the railway, J.M. Goldsborough. In 1864 the borough of Goldsborough was incorporated and the name later changed to the spelling we know today as Goldsboro. Our town is the home of the 1980 World Series Champion and former professional baseball player Greg Gross.

  • Founded: 1850
  • Population: 932
  • State: Pennsylvania
  • County: York County
  • Mayor: Douglas G. Smith
July 18, 2024

Resignation of Solicitorship

The resignation letter from the former Solicitor, Johnson Duffie Stewart & Weidner, P.C., and the announcement of new solicitors from the office of Salzmann Hughes, P.C.
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March 21, 2024

MetEd Power Outage

Power Outage
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Goldsboro Borough
53 North York St
Etters, PA 17319


Borough Manager
Charlie Richcreek