Huntingdon Borough residents may begin raking leaves to within 4 feet of the curb line for collection. The leaf-vac truck will collect leaves through November 25th. Leaves must be curbside by 7:00AM. The NO PARKING schedule will be followed for collection of leaves. For those areas without NO PARKING schedules, the following will apply:
Monday – Moore Street, lower to upper Penn Street to Ellis Avenue to Washington Street, Shadyside, Holland, Brumbaugh, Cassady, Murry & McClay Avenue.
Tuesday – Mifflin Street, Oneida Street, Agnes Street, Warm Springs Avenue to Lions Back Drive, Scott Street, Ellis Avenue from Washington Street, Taylor Avenue, Quinter Avenue, Taylor Highlands and Highlands East.
Wednesday – Washington Street, Church Street, Allegheny Street, Highland Avenue, 27th Street, Miller Avenue and Prospect Avenue.
Thursday – Side Streets from 2nd to 10th, Warm Springs Avenue from Lions Back to Cold Springs Road, Cold Springs Road, Warm Springs Acres, Townhouse Area, Standing Stone Avenue, Reynolds Avenue, 28th Street to 33rd Street, Taylor, Orbison and Allison Avenue.
Friday – Side Streets from 11th to 20th Street, Sharon Heights, College Avenue, 23rd to 25th Street and Blair Avenue
NO BAGGED LEAVES WILL BE COLLECTED! LEAVES ARE NOT TO BE PLACED ON THE STREET!
The Huntingdon Borough Yard Waste will close Wednesday’s starting October 26, 2016.
The Huntingdon Borough Yard Waste will close Saturday’s starting December 3, 2016.
The Huntingdon Borough Leaf Vac truck will start Monday, October 17, 2016. Leaf’s must be curb side by 7:00AM and the routes will go by the Street Sweep Schedule.
Huntingdon Borough is now Stage II Mandatory Water Conservation.
Stage II Mandatory Water Restrictions (002)PDF
More Information can be obtained by calling the Huntingdon Borough Water and Sewer Office at (814) 643-3966.
The Huntingdon Borough Police Department would like to inform the community that a phone scam is going on in the Borough and surrounding areas. The call will inform the property owner they are behind on an electric bill with Penelec and give them a reference number.
Please know that companies whose customers are behind on their accounts receive written notices of a possible disconnection and how to prevent it. Representatives will not call or email to demand immediate payment or threaten imminent shutoff.
Scammers often use Caller ID spoofing software to misrepresent the source of a call to further mislead and confuse their targets. Call-back numbers provided by these criminals often use greetings and hold messages that mimic legitimate businesses.
If you have any doubts about the status of your electric service, companies do not contact customers to request sensitive information such as social security numbers or bank account information.
If you have any questions please contact the Huntingdon Borough Police Department at (814) 643-3960 or the Pennsylvania State Police at (814) 627-3161.
Huntingdon Borough is working on a strategic Plan and we would like your help. Please take a minute to complete this short survey. This survey is completely anonymous, and you don’t have to answer every question.
The new office hours of the Mayor will take effect June 14, 2016 until further notice. The days and times will be:
Tuesday’s – 9:00AM to 12:00PM (Noon)
Wednesday’s – 5:00PM to 7:00 PM
The Huntingdon Farmers’ Market will start May 5th and run through October 27, 2016. It will be open every Thursday from 12:00 Noon till 5:00 PM at the Portstown Park Pavilion, 842 Penn Street, Huntingdon, PA 16652.
Local Homegrown Produce, Baked Goods, Wool, Local Honey, Eggs, Meat, Pasta & much more.
Payment options: Visa, Mastercard, Discover, Cash, Checks, FMNP Vouchers, Market Bucks, EBT/SNAP
Visit their website for more information. www.huntingdonfarmersmarket.org