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COVID- 19 Update

The Borough of Moosic continues to operate under the State of Emergency as proclaimed by Mayor Segilia and upheld by Borough Council.

Borough Facilities are open to the public. Masks must be worn and social distancing is being enforced as per the Pennsylvania Department of Health and CDC Guidelines. Also, temperature screening devices are being used while entering the Municipal Building.  

Please continue to follow The PA Department of Health recommendations regarding COVID-19 Precautions.


Pennsylvania has started to vaccinate against COVID-19 and is working to expand eligibility to more groups of people.

Supplies are extremely limited, so we must prioritize who gets vaccinated first — starting with those most at risk of catching COVID and experiencing complications.

Use this guide to see if you are currently eligible for a COVID vaccine and to find out how to get one. If you have questions about the vaccination process in Pennsylvania, please call the Pennsylvania Department of Health hotline at 1-877-724-3258. https://www.pa.gov/guides/get-vaccinated/

See the most up-to-date information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to help you stay healthy and perfect the spread of the virus. https://www.cdc.gov/

UPDATE: 6/2/2020



President’s Day: We’re Open!

The borough office and department of public works will remain open on Monday, February 15, 2021; therefore, garbage and recyclable collections will be on regular schedule pick up.

Presidential Birth States and Places With Names of Presidents
As we near Presidents’ Day on Feb. 15, just weeks after a presidential inauguration, we look at where our presidents were born and how many places in the United States carry their names. Places include counties, cities, towns and minor civil divisions.
George Washington, who took the oath on April 30, 1789, tops the list of presidential namesakes with at least 94 places that share his name.
Every other president, except for Dwight Eisenhower and our most recent – Biden, Donald Trump and Barack Obama — have places that share their names, too.
Second on the list of places with presidential monikers is Abraham Lincoln (72), followed by Andrew Jackson (67) and Thomas Jefferson (62).