U.S. Senator John Fetterman announced Wednesday the opening of his regional office in Harrisburg.
The office is housed on the fourth floor of the Strawberry Square complex and along with his Philadelphia office, is the senator’s second open in-state office location.
“I am proud to share we opened our Harrisburg office last week,” Fetterman said in a statement. “As Lieutenant Governor, I spent significant time in our state capitol working to deliver for the people of Pennsylvania. I am pleased to continue that work as Senator by providing top-notch constituent services throughout Central Pennsylvania.”
The coming weeks and months are expected to see additional offices opening across the state. The openings will span communities and regions.
Visitors are instructed to enter via the Market Street entrance for Strawberry Square. Once inside the mall, visitors will pass the convenience store on their right and can use the next set of doors on the right for the Lerner Tower elevators. Visitors can then take the elevator to the fourth floor and follow the sign for the Senate office.
The senator’s office will include statewide constituent service headquarters and outreach offices for counties located in the center part of the state. Enhanced signage to improve ease of constituent access is being planned.
Billing itself as “the heart of Pennsylvania’s capital city,” Strawberry Square is a commercial and residential complex that serves as home to apartments, businesses, eateries, offices, and shops.
Late last month the complex announced that Unleashed Grooming Company will be joining its lineup of business, which includes Rite Aid, T Mobile, Freshido and more.