Saturday, October 30, 2021 from 6pm-8pm
(No parade is scheduled at this time)
: COUNCIL MEETING NOTICE :
MUNCY BOROUGH COUNCIL WILL BE HAVING A MEETING THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21st at 7:00pm at the Muncy Borough Fire Hall.
Council Meeting Agenda
Muncy Fire Co Hall
October 21, 2021 @ 7:00pm
CALL TO ORDER: Edward Feigles, Council President
Roll Call and Pledge of Allegiance
- The Public is invited to address Council now on any agenda item. (Mr. Feigles)
Minutes: October 5, 2021
Old Business: 1. Car port – James
New Business: 1. Pension Resolution # 2021-03 police – Jeff
2. Health Insurance Reimbursement – Charley
Police Chief Report:
Individual Council Members, Mayor
Next Meeting : November 2, 2021 @ 7:00pm
Fire Co Hall 35 S. Main Street
Notice of Public Meeting (2021)
The Council of Muncy Borough, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania,
hereby gives notice to the public of the following meeting schedule for
2021. Borough Council meetings will be the first Tuesday and third Thursday of the month at 7:00pm.
All meetings will take place at Muncy Area Volunteer Fire Company,
35 South Main Street, Muncy, PA 17756. Any change in date, time, or location will be advertised in advance.
If you are a person with a disability and wish to attend the meetings scheduled
and require an auxiliary aide, service or accommodations to participate in the
proceedings, please contact the Borough at (570) 546-3952 to discuss how Muncy
Borough may best accommodate your needs.
*Prescription drug drop-off box available at the Borough office during business hours*
Muncy Borough Office: 570-546-3952
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Attention: Muncy Borough Water Customers
Please use Drop Box in parking lot, or mail to:
P.O. Box # 428, Muncy, PA 17756
Click above link for new water billing information as of October 1, 2020
Muncy Borough Outdoor Recreational Burning
Enacted December 19.1 2019
PERMITS ARE NOT REQUIRED. HOWEVER, THE FOLLOWING RULES APPLY !
Provided that the burning complies with applicable state statutes, regulations, or other local laws, the following types of open burning shall be permitted from the hour of six am (6:00 am) until the hour of midnight (12:00 am):
The burning of clean untreated wood in a commercially manufactured outdoor fire receptacle, commercially manufactured outdoor fireplace, or other reasonably safe outdoor fire receptacle or outdoor fireplace (burning barrels and ground fire pits are expressly prohibited) provided that:
The fire is wholly contained within the fire receptacle or fireplace.
The fire is covered by a screen to control the emission of ash & embers.
The fire is not within 15 feet of any combustible materials or adjacent property lines or dwellings.
No fire shall be set or maintained on any public road right-of-way or on any public property.
The fire is not unattended.
The fire is always attended by an individual eighteen (18) years or older who is not under the influence of drugs or alcohol or suffering from any other disability which would impair his or her ability to properly supervise a fire.
There shall be readily available a means of fire suppression as may be necessary to take control of the fire.
There is not more than one fire receptacle or fireplace located on the lot.
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COUNCIL MINUTES 2021
COUNCIL MINUTES 2020
COUNCIL MINUTES 2019
COUNCIL MINUTES 2018
New Feature Added to Website
Muncy Borough has added a “Maps” page to the “Resources” menu bar at the top of the page. This site will provide access to numerous maps related to items such as Zoning Districts, Historical Districts, Storm Water Management, Tax Parcels, and Flood Zones. Click here to access the list of available maps. In the future you may access the page by clicking on “Resouces” on the red main menu bar at the top of the page. Click on “Maps” in the drop down menu. The list of available maps will appear. New maps will be added as they become available.
Located in beautiful Central Pennsylvania Muncy is an historic town nestled in the beautiful upper Susquehanna Valley. Muncy is located along the West Branch of the Susquehanna River in North Central Pennsylvania in Lycoming County. It was founded in 1797 and incorporated as a borough in 1826. The Borough Council along with its residents invite you to visit with us whenever you are able. We would enjoy meeting you! Click here for a slideshow presentation of Historic Muncy, Pennsylvania.
Muncy Borough Frequently Used Documents, Forms, Applications:
Construction Permit Application
Demolition of Property
Excavation Permit Application
Right to Know Request
Shade Tree Removal
Zoning Development/Permit Application
Application for Subdivision or Land Development