Jonestown Borough Holds “Name That Park” Contest

Jonestown, PA – The Borough of Jonestown is excited to announce a new contest for its residents: the “Name That Park” contest. The park, located at 49 West Market Street, is set to receive a brand-new name thanks to the initiative taken by the Borough. All residents of Jonestown are encouraged to participate in the contest by submitting their best name ideas for the park.

To enter the contest, residents must complete an official entry form, available both online and at the Borough office at 295 S. Mill Street. The entry form includes the contestant’s name, address, phone number, and email address, along with their park name suggestion and an explanation of the name choice. All entries must be submitted no later than 5pm on Monday, July 31st, 2023.

The winning entry will be chosen by a panel of judges and will be announced in August 2023. The winner will receive a $100 gift card to a local Jonestown business, as well as the honor of having their chosen name become the new official name of the park.

The contest rules and entry form are available online at or by stopping by the Borough office during business hours. Entries can be submitted by mail, email, or in person at the Borough office. This is a chance for the community to come together and leave a lasting legacy for future generations to enjoy.

Download the form here

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