|Welcome to Turbotville Borough, Northumberland County Pennsylvania|
Turbotville is a borough in Northumberland County, Pennsylvania, United States. The population was 705 at the 2010 census. According to the United States Census Bureau, the borough has a total area of 0.4 square mile (1.2km²), all land. The Borough is located in the Upper Susquehanna Valley in the north-central part of Pennsylvania.
The Turbotville Community Park is located on both Church and Pine Streets. The park includes a picnic pavilion, baseball field, tennis courts, and playground area. The newly renovated Turbotville Community Hall is also located at the park.
The borough is part of the Warrior Run School District, which encompasses the Watsontown area as well. The Turbotville Elementary School is located in the borough, and the Middle School/High School complex is located just outside of town.
The Turbotville Borough hosts several events throughout the year. The annual Firemen's Carnival, held the first week week in June, has a variety of foods, games, and musical acts. Throughout the week a Pet Parade is held along with other activities. The biggest event is the Firemen's Parade that travels throughout the towns Main Street. The VFW in Turbotville also holds a Memorial Day Parade in honor of all the military veterans from the area. In August, the Lions Club "Augustfest" takes place, with food, crafts and community yard sales. A community Halloween Party and children's Christmas show with Santa Claus also occur.