Borough News

RECYCLING BINS ARE AVAILABLE!! [UPDATE]

UPDATE September 10th, 2014: Residents may continue to stop in the office and pick up your recycling bin Monday thru Friday, 9:00 am to 3:00 pm.

Official Moosic Borough Recycling Bins are in! Moosic Borough residents may pick up a recycling bin starting on Wednesday, September 3, 2014. We ask residents to drive behind the Borough Building between the hours of 2:00 pm to 6:00 pm for pick up. Registration is required (name & address)

Borough Office Closed for Election Day May 15, 2018

The Borough Office will be closed for business on Tuesday May 15, 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.

Mosquito Control Operations:

MOSQUITO CONTROL OPERATIONS: For Moosic Borough this will include May St., Corey St., Greenwood Ave., Cotter St. and Kearney Ct.

The PA Department of Environmental Protection WNV Program will be conducting a truck mounted ultra-low volume (ULV) mosquito control operation certain forested sections of Moosic this spring. The insecticide being used on residential properties is Bacillus thuringienis var., a biological insecticide which has no known adverse human health and environmental impacts. The insecticide will be applied by aircraft flying approximately 50 feet above the treetops sometime in May. To avoid the possibility of eye irritation, persons should not look up as the spray droplets are descending. Vehicles which are exposed to the spray deposits should be washed as soon as possible. You may contact the local Bureau of Forestry office (570)945-7133.