Online Tool Available for Memorial Day Travel Planning:

Harrisburg, PA – With many Pennsylvanians expected to travel for the upcoming Memorial Day holiday, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) is encouraging the public to visit the “Historic Holiday Traffic” page at www.511PA.com so they can plan optimal travel times on major roadways across the state this weekend.

The site allows users to see how traffic speeds on the Friday before and day of Memorial Day in 2015 and 2016 compare to traffic conditions during a typical, non-holiday week. Users can choose their region and view an hour-by-hour, color-coded visual of traffic speeds to help them decide the best times to travel during the holiday. 511PA also offers real-time, traffic speed information for thousands of roadway miles throughout Pennsylvania.

“These historic travel maps are one way that we put our data to work for motorists,” PennDOT Secretary Leslie S. Richards said. “Using our 511PA service before traveling is a great way to see planned as well as unexpected traffic issues.”

PennDOT will also remove lane restrictions and suspend construction projects wherever possible through the holiday period. Motorists can see remaining construction projects at www.511PA.com before they travel.

The public can use 511PA to check conditions on nearly 40,000 roadway miles in Pennsylvania. The service is free and available 24 hours a day, and provides traffic delay warnings, weather forecasts, traffic speed information and access to more than 825 traffic cameras

Cub Scout Arrow-of-Light Award:

Inspired by achievement, Moosic Borough Mayor and Council at it’s regular scheduled meeting held on May 9, 2017, recognized Jeffery Marsico who has achieved the highest award as a Cub Scout, the Arrow-of-light Award. In recognizing this steps in the advancement system of Cub Scouting help’s Jeffery to grow in self-reliance and in his ability to help others in our community so Congratulations is given in achieving this awards. “Best of Luck”

Eagle Scout Merit beyond the Badge:

Eagle Scout is the highest advancement rank in Boy Scouting.  Moosic Borough Mayor and Council had the privilege to recognize two Moosic residents whom recently earning the honor of Eagle Scout.  Michael Talerico and Noah Jennings. Michael whom has undertaken for his Eagle Scout project the restoration of the Mary Ann Nawrocki Park located on Spring St.,and Noah is refurbishing the sign at the newly remodeled police department. Both Scouts were invited to attend the regular scheduled  Council meeting held on 05/09/2017 to receive the proper recognition on behalf of the  Borough of Moosic, its Mayor and Council.  However, Noah was not available, Michael was in attendance to receive his recognition and to lead the pledge of allegiance to the flag. Again on behalf of Moosic Borough Mayor and Council and all the residents of Moosic, Congradulations! Job Well done!

Borough Office Closed for Election Day May 16, 2017

The Borough Office will be closed for business on Tuesday May 16, 2017 for the Primary election, but the doors will remain open for voters registered in Ward 3 to cast their vote.

The Department of Public Works will be on schedule.

Moosic Borough Officials urge all its citizens to VOTE in both the Primary and General Election. Following is a listing of the Polling Places where residents of the various wards in the borough can cast their ballot on Election Day.

Ward 1
Moosic Youth Center
606 Main St.

Ward 2
Greenwood Hose Co. No. 1
3729 Birney Ave.

Ward 3
Moosic Borough Building
715 Main Street

Ward 4
Greenwood Hose Co. No.1
3729 Birney Avenue

For more information on how to register to vote click here.