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County Boroughs Associations (CBA)

County Boroughs Association (CBA)
The County Boroughs Associations (CBAs) represent a majority of boroughs across Pennsylvania. The CBAs exist to enhance local governing capacity, support advocacy efforts and provide educational opportunities to its members on local and regional levels. The CBAs also elect leaders to serve on the Board of Directors for the Pennsylvania State Association of Boroughs (PSAB).

Meeting Notices
Click on the CBA name to access meeting information, which is provided to PSAB by the CBA. To have your meeting notice published on this section of the PSAB website, please fill out this form and return to PSAB.

Adams
Allegheny
Armstrong
Beaver
Berks
Bradford
Bucks
Butler
Cambria
Clearfield/Centre
Clinton
Columbia-Montour
Crawford
Cumberland/Franklin
Dauphin/Lebanon
Delaware
Erie
Indiana
Juniata/Mifflin
Lackawanna
Lancaster
Lawrence
Luzerne
Lycoming/Sullivan
McWaPEC (McKean, Warren, Potter, Elk, Cameron)
Mercer
MECAB - (Carbon, Monroe, Northampton, Lehigh)

Montgomery
Perry
Schuylkill
Somerset
South Central (Bedford, Blair, Fulton, Huntingdon)
Tioga
Tri-County (Greene, Washington, Fayette)
Westmoreland
York

County Boroughs Association Websites

Allegheny County Boroughs Association
Somerset County Boroughs Association

Governing Resources for Your CBA

PSAB has compiled a list of items that may help you with your CBA meeting.
CBAs and the Borough Code
Sample Meeting Agenda
Robert's Rules of Order
Suggested Speakers and Topics
Sample List of Key Invitees to Your Meeting

Legislative Advocacy and the Resolutions Process

The members of a CBA have the ability to call for legislative change and action through PSAB's Resolutions and Policy process. A CBA may submit a resolution that brings forth a specific problem and suggested legislative change to the Association for consideration by the membership during the PSAB Annual Conference each year.

Why the Resolutions Process is Important to Your CBA

2017 Resolutions Timeframe