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CURRENT MESSAGE OR ADVISORY!

  
 SNYDER, UNION COUNTIES MOVED TO DROUGHT WARNING
 
Snyder and Union Counties are two (2) of the four (4) Counties the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) placed on drought warning status following a meeting of the Commonwealth Drought Task Force.  With a drought warning, residents should seek a 10-15 percent reduction through voluntary measures.
According to AccuWeather, the Valley has seen 28.29 inches of precipitation this year, more than a foot below the average of 41.06 inches to date.  Snyder and Union Counties were on a drought watch since the last DEP report.
Public water systems continue to implement voluntary and mandatory water reductions in response to reduced supplies.
DEP suggests several steps citizens can take to voluntarily reduce their water use:
  • Run water only when necessary.  Don't let the faucet run while brushing your teeth or shaving.  Shorten the amount of time you let the water run to warm up before you shower.  Use a bucket to catch the water and then reuse it to water your plants.
  • Run the dishwasher and washing machine only with full loads.
  • Check for household leaks.  A leaking toilet can waste up to 200 gallons of water each day.
  • Replace older appliances with high-efficiency, front-loading models that use about 30 percent less water and 40 to 50 percent less energy.
  • Install low-flow plumbing fixtures and aerators on faucets.
  MARKET STREET MILL AND RESURFACE PROJECT QUESTIONS
 
DISCOUNTED POOL PASSES 2017
 
PUBLIC PARTICIPATION POLICY
Adopted April 4, 2016
 
SELINSGROVE BOROUGH MAP
MUNICIPAL PARKING
 
 
 
Gelnett Trust

            Applications for funding should be forwarded to the Selinsgrove Borough Office.  Please utilize the Gelnett Trust application form that is below.  The Finance Committee will review requests, along with the current revenues and expenditures of the funds, and make recommendations to Borough Council.  Borough Council will make awards twice a year during the June and December council meetings.  Public comment on any proposed project is welcome at any time.  Requests of an urgent nature will be considered on a case by case basis.  The committee may request additional information from any requesting group in order to make the most informed decisions.  We look forward to receiving comments and questions as we seek ways to make the best use of the opportunities provided by this most generous bequest from “Rudy”.  Feel free to contact any member of council if you have questions or concerns. 

   Gelnett Trust Application.pdf 

STATE OF THE BOROUGH ADDRESS
BY FORMER MAYOR SEAN E. CHRISTINE
Part One:  http://youtu.be/NpsCDQrKq1U
Part Two:  http://youtu.be/aNTJkGne5XI  

                            
  
 Emergency Preparedness

In an emergency, knowing what to do is your best defense. 
Start now by learning the risks, making an emergency plan and getting involved to help others.
 

Welcome to Selinsgrove!

 
F
ounded in 1787 by Captain Anthony Selin, who fought with Washington in the Revolutionary War, Selinsgrove features a delightful blend of small-town friendliness and scenic countryside.
 
Quaint shops, restaurants and businesses with an abundance of colonial and early American architecture set this town apart. Stroll the brick-paved sidewalks and tree-lined downtown where an array of specialty shops, restaurants, and professionals offer quality goods and services with personalized attention. Shopping, or simply browsing, you'll find an unhurried, relaxed pace here.

Selinsgrove is also home to Susquehanna University, which is consistently recognized as one of the best liberal arts colleges in the Northeast by a number of college guidebooks.
 
Its quiet streets, historic homes and easy access to shopping centers and schools make Selinsgrove an ideal place for families. Situated on the shores of the Susquehanna River, there are many opportunities for boating and swimming in the summer, and ice fishing and skating in the winter.

Regardless of the season, Selinsgrove offers year-round enjoyment and security as an ideal place to work, live, and play.

 

 

What's Happening!

Volunteers Wanted

Selinsgrove Parks and Recreation Board
One (1) Vacancy
Term Expires 12/31/17

Selinsgrove Planning Commission
One (1) Vacancy
Term Expires 12/31/20

Selinsgrove Municipal Water Authority
One (1) Vacancy - Asst. Sec./Treas.
Term Expires 12/31/19

Selinsgrove Shade Tree Commission
One (1) Vacancy
Term Expires 12/31/21

If interested, please contact the Borough Office
at 570-374-2311