Weather Advisory Nov 15-16, 2018

PLEASE SLOW DOWN AND USE CAUTION:   snow develops into afternoon. Expect 2-4 inches into dark. Snow will mix with sleet and freezing rain/rain in many locations as night progresses. Tonight/early Friday…mixed precipitation and rain changing back to snow into early Friday morning. Another 3-6 inches is possible, especially in the elevations and northern/eastern counties. Friday…morning snow ends to partial clearing in the afternoon. Temps will rise to near 40 or better, greatly improving road conditions! STAY SAFE!!!!

Reminder: Please do not place snow, slush or other obstructions into public streets.

Please remember as winter is upon us, Moosic Borough residents are reminded that any person, owner or resident of the Borough of Moosic depositing or throwing or discarding snow, slush or other obstructions into the public STREETS and rights-of- way is illegal and maybe subject to a fine of $600.00. Residents have 24 hours after the snow stops to remove the snow and ice from their sidewalks. Your cooperation with these regulations is appreciated.

Thanksgiving Day: CLOSED

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 22rd and Friday November 23th 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.

Daylight Savings Time Ends: November 4 , 2018

Turn your clocks back an hour on November , 2018 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).