Dumpster Day – April 29th

‘Dumpster Day’ will be held again this year, on Saturday, April 29th from 8 am -12 noon. Residents and homeowners in Catawissa Boro and Township may drop off items at the CARA park location with proof of identification. Items accepted include furniture, used appliances (refrigerant removed), metal items, and electronics (but not televisions).

Following is a list of items NOT accepted. If you have questions, call the Boro office at 570-356-2561.

  • NO general household garbage
  • NO tires
  • NO televisions
  • NO propane cylinders
  • NO paint cans
  • NO containers with hazardous waste
  • NO appliances still containing refrigerant
  • NO tree limbs
  • NO organic composting materials
  • NO recylables (use containers already on-site)

Dumpster day is for residents and property owners in Catawissa Boro and Catawissa Township ONLY. Anyone dropping off items must show current identification:

  • Catawissa Boro and Catawissa Township residents: current driver’s license
  • Catawissa Boro and Catawissa Township property owners (includes landlords): current proof of ownership, e.g. property tax bill or receipt

Please note: Anyone without proper current identification will be turned away.

Residents — use Creek Road, from the Catawissa Creek bridge side, and drive toward CARA park to enter the drop-off area. Signs will be posted.

Thank you for your cooperation!

“Catawissa Dreaming”: Making Catawissa the place people want to hang their hats

The Catawissa Borough Economic Development Committee invites all current and former borough residents to complete an online survey designed to learn what residents want from their Borough in terms of making Catawissa a “place people want to hang their hats.” It is your chance to share your vision and ‘dreams’ for Catawissa — what the town has meant to you in the past, what it means now, and what you’d like like it to become in the future.

You can complete the survey online at http://bit.ly/catawissadream . The survey takes approximately 15-20 minutes to complete and will remain open for at least a month.

Thank you

Catawissa Borough Council would like to thank the Catawissa VFW for the generous donation they made to help offset the cost of the window replacement project at the Community Center, which is currently undergoing renovations. Their thoughtfulness is greatly appreciated.

 

LIHEAP Information

Commonwealth of PA Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)

Assistance Hotline:

  • 1-866-410-2093

What is LIHEAP?

The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) helps low-income families pay their heating bills.  LIHEAP is a grant.  You do not have to repay it.

To receive help…

  • You don’t have to be on public assistance
  • You don’t need to have an unpaid heating bill.
  • You can either rent or own your home.

How do I apply?

  • Apply online at:  http://www.compass.state.pa.us
  • Request an application by calling the Statewide LIHEAP Hotline at 1-866-857-7095 or TDD for the hearing impaired 1-800-451-5886.
  • Applications are available at your local county assistance office