There will be a Special Meeting of the Mifflinburg Civil Service Commission on Tuesday, March 21, 2017 at 8:00 AM at the Mifflinburg Borough Municipal Building located at 120 North 3rd Street, Mifflinburg, PA 17844. The purpose of this meeting will be to review Full-time Police Officer Applicants and any other business to come before the Civil Service Commission. Individuals requiring special accommodation should notify the Borough Secretary as soon as possible. The Borough will make every effort to provide reasonable accommodation.
Please help us update our account records. The Borough updated billing software in 2014 and we plan to add a customer notification system in the near future, so we are looking to add phone numbers and email contact information to our customer accounts in order to allow us to provide notification for various emergency situations, once the new software is in place. It will also help us to contact you if there is a problem with your utilities, like a leak or other issue.
Are you looking for a place to volunteer? Looking for a way to be a part of your community?
Consider serving your community by serving on one of the Borough’s Committees or Hearing Board.
You can now contact the Mifflinburg Borough Office via e-mail. The email address is firstname.lastname@example.org and is for general questions or comments.
Please do not ask account specific questions or request payment arrangements via e-mail, as they will not be honored.
If you have account specific questions you can call the office at 570-966-1013, Monday thru Friday from 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM.
Please keep your basketball hoops out of the streets and alleys! We can’t say it any simpler than that.
Residents continue to place portable and in some cases permanent basketball posts and hoops within the municipal street right-of-way. This is illegal and it can be dangerous. We have dragged these hoops with the snowplows and torn them apart with the leaf box.
You have been informed and you are liable for personal injury and property damage that result from the placement of unauthorized property within a municipal right-of-way.
Thank you for your attention to this matter.
The Borough offers you the opportunity to sign up to have your utility bill automatically deducted, the 15th of every month, from your checking or savings account. It’s quick and easy and can save you from battling the elements or paying late fees.
Call our office, with any questions, or download the Automatic Bill Payment Form and bring the completed form to the Borough office.
Property owners are responsible for maintaining their sidewalks in accordance with the Borough’s Ordinances. This means that if your sidewalks are out of vertical alignment by more than 1 1/4 inches, if the surface is broken up, pitting or disintegrating, or if it is out of horizontal alignment creating a safety hazard or drainage problem, then they should be replaced.
If the Borough observes these conditions in your sidewalk, or if a complaint is made, you can be required to make the repair within 60 days of notification.
Property owners considering replacement of sidewalks should contact the Borough:
- to make sure they understand the construction standards required and
- in case the sidewalk has been displaced (lifted) by a shade tree (so that you can seek reimbursement from the Borough, if properly requested and approved).
To begin July 02, 2016
The Mifflinburg Brush Pile is located at the Recycling Center, west of Mifflinburg on Industrial Parkway. It will be open May thru November. Items will be accepted on the first Saturday of each month. Hours of operation are from 8:00 am to 11:00 am.
Any resident who wishes to use the brush pile will have a current utility bill as proof of residency. There is a limit of one pickup truck load per month per household. This will be run on a first come, first serve basis. There will be no drop and go loads allowed.
Borough staff will be on hand to direct you where to place your recycling and to assist in the unloading of your vehicle For your safety, only Borough Staff will be allowed to place items into the chipper.
ACCEPTED: Brush, branches, tree limbs and tree trimmings only. Note: tree limbs will be no larger that 4″ in diameter and no longer than 6 feet in length.
NOT ACCEPTED: Garden residue, leaves, twigs, vines, soft stemmed plants, weeds, grass clippings, tree stumps, bushes with roots, roots, dirt, rocks or soil debris. No building material or scrap lumber.
The Borough will resume our normal street sweeping schedule.
Please remember to pay close attention to the parking rules and regulations.
The following street sweeping schedule will be in effect until further notice. All vehicles which are parked on the following streets between the hours of 7:00 am and 12:00 noon shall be subject to fines according to the provisions of the Borough of Mifflinburg Ordinance. Your co-operation is requested in removing all vehicles from the listed streets on the day scheduled.
Please note that there are parking prohibitions during this time.