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Blair County > Hollidaysburg Borough

John P. Stultz, Jr.

Home: 1015 Walnut Street
Mayor's Office is at 401 Blair Street
Phone (814) 695-8834 Borough Office in the Municipal Building Business: 695-4463
E-Mail to: Mayor@hollidaysburgpa.org
Mayor's current term began on January 1, 2014
Term Expires December 31, 2017 

You may leave Mayor Stultz a message at his office phone number of (814) 695-8834 (Borough Office in the Municipal Building) or at his home at 695-2285; or email: mayor@hollidaysburgpa.org

The Mayor administers oaths and affirmations pertaining to Borough affairs. The Mayor has the power to declare an emergency and preserve the peace. He or she may establish a curfew, prohibit entry of persons from restricted areas, prohibit sale of certain items, prohibit transportation and use of gasoline and fuel oil except for home heating and prohibit any other activity to protect the public.

The Mayor has the duty and responsibility to preserve order in the Borough, enforce ordinances and resolutions, remove nuisances, exact faithful performance of duties of appointed officers and perform other duties as required of the office by law or ordinance. He is in charge of the Police Department.