Happy Thanksgiving from Moosic Borough Mayor & Council
At this special time of year, we extend our heartfelt thanks to you. May the good things of life be yours in abundance this Thanksgiving Holiday.
The Annual Soup and Chile Sale will be held on Saturday November 18, 2017 from 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm at the American Legion William Squadron Post 604, 309 Spring St. Moosic, PA 18507.
$5.00 a bowl and they will have a variety of soups to choose from.
Please help support Sons of American Legion!!!
Garbage and Recycling Collections during the week of Thanksgiving holiday.
Moosic Borough Department of Public Works announces its schedule for Garbage and Recycling Collections during the week of Thanksgiving holiday. The borough office and department of public works will be closed on Thursday, November 23rd and Friday November 25th in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday.
There will be no special pickups and no grass and brush pickups. View Garbage Pickup schedule here.
Borough officials and employees wish everyone a safe and happy holiday.
Moosic Borough Mayor and Council thank all Veterans and men and women serving our country each and every day.
The Borough Office will be closed for business on Tuesday November 7, 2017 for the General 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.
Moosic Youth Center
606 Main St.
Greenwood Hose Co. No. 1
3729 Birney Ave.
Moosic Borough Building
715 Main Street
Greenwood Hose Co. No.1
3729 Birney Avenue
For more information on how to register to vote click here.
Turn your clocks back an hour on November 5, 2017 for the end of Daylight Savings Time. This is also a good time to change your batteries in your smoke detectors.
To remember which way to set your watch, keep in mind “spring forward, fall back”. You set your clock back in the fall when DST ends (= regain one hour) and ahead in the spring when DST begins (= lose one hour).