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Centre County Recycling Update
Household Hazardous Waste Collection Event
Centre County Recycling and Refuse Authority will hold our Household Hazardous Waste Collection Event on April 28 & 29, 2023.
Pre-registration is required. Click here to register.
Information about the upcoming event can be found here.
Click here to see alternative recycling and disposal options for paint and batteries.
Click here to find locations that recycle used motor oil.
Where: County Recycling and Refuse Authority, 253 Transfer Road, Bellefonte
When: Friday, April 28 from 8am-4pm
Saturday, April 29 from 8am-2pm
Important: You must pre-register for our event before attending. Once registered, you will receive a ticket for entry. You cannot attend our event without pre-registering.
What to Bring: Insecticides, weed killers, pool chemicals, antifreeze, cleaners, poisons, corrosives, flammables, oil based paints, CFL bulbs, fluorescent tubes and most other hazardous chemicals from households only.
What NOT to Bring: NO latex paint, NO motor oil, NO medications, NO batteries, NO ammunition, NO explosives
If you do not have internet or need help with the online registration process, please call 814-238-7005.
PENNS VALLEY KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION
Registration for Penns Valley Area School District will be held by appointment on Wednesday, April 5th. If you have a five year old that you would like to register for the 2023-2024 school year, please contact Deb Stover, Student Registar, at (814) 422-2000, choose option #1.
Snow Removal Reminder
Haines Township Code
§ 71-14. Removal of snow, ice and other obstructions.
A. Responsibility of owner or occupier of property. It shall be the duty of the owners or occupiers of properties, as hereinafter provided, and the owners of unoccupied lots along whose premises sidewalks have been laid, or may hereafter be laid under the authority of the township, to cause said paved sidewalks along their respective properties to be cleared to the width of said sidewalk of snow, ice and other obstruction within 24 hours after the same shall have ceased to fall, in the case of snow, or shall have occurred, in the case of ice or other obstruction, provided that the owner shall be responsible for conforming to the provisions of this section in the case of unoccupied property or property occupied by him or a property containing more than one dwelling or business unit and the occupant shall be responsible therefor in the case of property containing a single dwelling or business unit.
B. Responsibility of owners of multiple-family dwellings and apartments. It shall be the duty of all owners of multiple-family dwellings or apartments to cause sidewalks leading from said buildings to the streets, parking lots or other sidewalks located along the respective property to be cleared of snow, ice and other obstructions within 24 hours after the same shall have ceased to fall, in the case of snow, or shall have occurred, in the case of ice or other obstruction.
C. Further responsibilities of owners of multiple-family dwellings and apartments. It shall be the duty of all owners of properties containing apartments or multiple-family dwellings to cause dedicated paved streets along the respective properties to be cleared of snow, ice and other obstruction within 24 hours after the same shall have ceased to fall, in the case of snow, or shall have occurred, in the case of ice or other obstruction, which duty shall continue until said streets shall have been accepted as public rights-of-way of the township.
D. This section shall be enforced by action brought before a District Justice in the same manner provided for the enforcement of summary offenses under the Pennsylvania Rules of Criminal Procedure. Any person who violates or permits the violation of this section shall, upon conviction in a summary proceeding, be punishable by a fine of not more than $1,000 or by imprisonment for a term not exceeding 90 days. Each day or portion thereof that such violation continues, or is permitted to continue, shall constitute a separate offense. Each section of this section that is violated shall also constitute a separate offense.
Winter Storm Preparation Tips
Prepare in advance of severe weather by having emergency supplies on hand:
- Fully charged cell phones, laptops and tablets.
- Car charger to charge devices if your power is out.
- Flashlight, portable radio and extra batteries.
- Hard-wired phone to report an outage or emergency. A plain, hard-wired phone can operate on power delivered through the phone line.
- Extra blankets or a sleeping bag for each person.
- First-aid kit.
- Medications and other personal health items for each person.
- Emergency supply of bottled water and/or fill your bathtub with fresh water.
- Supply of convenience foods that do not require cooking. Don’t forget the can opener!
If you should lose power, manage through safely by following these tips:
- If you’re using a backup generator for emergency power, follow the manufacturer’s instructions and use it safely.
- Keep refrigerator and freezer doors closed. These appliances are well insulated, so food will keep for several hours if doors are closed as much as possible.
- Use a flashlight or battery-powered lantern for light. Use care when burning candles; open flames are a dangerous fire hazard.
- To safeguard your equipment and appliances – and to ease the initial load when power is restored – turn off or unplug televisions, VCRs, DVD players, stereos, computers and appliances that use electric motors, such as refrigerators, freezers or air conditioners, until power is restored. Leave an incandescent light on so you know when the power comes back on.
- DO NOT use gas stoves, charcoal grills or other open-flame heat sources for warmth. Deadly carbon monoxide gas – which is odorless and invisible – may build up in your home without you realizing it.
Dollar General Grand Opening
The Dollar General in Aaronsburg opens Saturday, September 24th @ 8:00am.
364 W Aaron Square (Pa 45)
Aaronsburg, PA 16820
- Monday – 8:00 am – 10:00 pm
- Tuesday – 8:00 am – 10:00 pm
- Wednesday – 8:00 am – 10:00 pm
- Thursday – 8:00 am – 10:00 pm
- Friday – 8:00 am – 10:00 pm
- Saturday – 8:00 am – 10:00 pm
- Sunday – 8:00 am – 10:00 pm
New Township Hours
NEW TOWNSHIP OFFICE HOURS: – Effective 06/15/2022
MONDAY – FRIDAY 7:30AM – 3:30PM
ANY CHANGES TO DAILY HOURS WILL BE POSTED ON OUR WEBSITE CALENDAR AND ON THE BULLETIN BOARD OUTSIDE TOWNSHIP OFFICE.
2022 Centre County West Nile Virus Surveillance and Control season
The 2022 Centre County West Nile Virus Surveillance and Control season has begun. The Surveillance and Control Program is managed by the County Planning & Community Development Office and is funded by a grant from the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection. Due to the recent discovery of highly pathogenic avian influenza in PA and its potentially devastating effect on wild and domestic birds, the Centre County Surveillance and Control Program will not be accepting dead birds for testing. Dead bird reports can be forwarded to the Pennsylvania Game Commission at 610-926-3136 or to firstname.lastname@example.org
Residents are urged to eliminate sources of standing water such as unused swimming pools, stagnant ornamental ponds, poorly functioning roof gutters and especially used tires. Between May and the end of September, adult mosquito trapping will be periodically conducted within our municipality. Questions or concerns, please contact the County at 814-355-6791 and for more information see the PA Dept. of Health website at www.westnile.state.pa.gov
2021 Audit Summary
Haines Township, Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and Change in Fund Balances for the Year Ending 12/31/21: