June 2018. Recycling at the Elgin Beaverdam Hose Company is no longer available. We apologize for the inconvenience this may cause. It's unfortunate that items that were not recyclable (trash) were being left on site.
The office will also be closed Wednesday, July 25th and will reopen Monday, July 30th at 8:00a.
Monday. Tuesday . Thursday 8:00 am-4:00pm
814-663-1663 (Phone) 814-664-8619 (Fax)
NEXT MEETING DATES:
Board of Supervisors :: July 16 :: 7:00 p.m.
Sewer Authority :: September 24, 2018 :: 5:00 p.m.
Planning Commission :: July, 16 2018. 6:00 p.m.
GENERAL INFORMATION TELEPHONE DIRECTORY
2-1-1 SERVICE NOW AVAILABLE IN ERIE COUNTY FOR SOCIAL SERVICES
2-1-1 service is now available across Erie county! United Way's 2-1-1 is the social service equivalent of 9-1-1. By dialing three simple numbers (2-1-1) on your home or cell phone, you can talk with a professional resource navigator who will provide information about a wide range of health, human & social services. Call 2-1-1 Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. or visit www.pa211nw.org to conduct your own search. You can also text your need & zip code to 898-211 to receive information by text. It's free, easy and the quickest way to find help.
WILL HARSH PA WINTER KILL TICKS?
Pennsylvania led the nation in 2016 with more than 12,000 confirmed cases of Lyme Disease, which is transmitted to humans from the bite of the black-legged ("deer") tick. Because of this, ticks are a real concern across the state, and Pennsylvanians continue to ask DCNR if a harsh winter could kill the ticks. The short answer is 'somewhat'. Cold weather can certainly impact tick populations; however, their landscape and physiology help them survive. Learn more from DCNR here >> Good Natured blog post.
ERIE COUNTY HOUSING RESOURCE DIRECTORY LAUNCHED
A new resource is available for Erie County homeowners and tenants. The Erie County Housing Resource Directory is a searchable database that includes local, state and federal programs that provide funding options for residential property owners & renters looking for homebuyer assistance, rehabilitation and critical repair funding, and home energy upgrades. Over 30 programs are included on the site, and new resources are added as they are identified. Erie County, the City of Erie, the Erie Redevelopment Authority, and Partnership Erie partnered with "Emerge 2040" to launch this valuable resource.
While landline phone numbers are already registered with the 911 system, cellphone numbers are not - and that means a growing portion of our county residents, those who only use a cellphone, might not be contacted in case of an emergency. With the rising popularity of cellphones, it is now even more important to register your information with Erie County's Emergency Notification Call-Out System, more commonly known as "Reverse 911." Please refer to our Emergency Management Webpage for links to register & update your information.
KNOW 9-1-1 KNOWS...
You may register a Household Profile with the local 9-1-1 Center so they can provide faster & better response, in the event of an emergency at your home. Please refer to our "Emergency Management" webpage for further details.
TAX CODE REMINDER
Your Tax Collection Code (TCC), as a Wayne Township Resident, is #250106. Your Earned Income Taxes (EIT) will be collected by Berkheimer & Associates. All Wayne Township Residents reside in Tax District #250106.
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