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Notice Regarding Sewer Payments

Sewer Payments are currently not being accepted at the Borough Office.  Please mail your payment via check or money order to:  BOROUGH OF HEIDELBERG, PO BOX  729, BLOOMSBURG, PA  17815.

You can also pay your bill online with a credit card at:  http://heidelbergpa.tripod.com/id29.html 

Thank you for your cooperation during this transition.

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Heidelberg Monthly Seniors

 

WHEN: Thursday, December 11, 2014 – 11:30AM

 

WHERE:  Meet at China Buffet, Chartiers Valley Shopping Center – Room Reserved

 

WHAT:  Monthly gathering for our Community’s Senior Citizens. 

 

PROGRAMS:  Chirstmas Party at china buffet, CAROLING AT NURSING HOME FOLLOWING PARTY.  Please RSVP to Linda at 412-200-2855 by Tuesday, 12/9/14.  We will be having a $10 grab bag, please bring a gift if you want to participate. 

 

All are welcome!

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Heidelberg’s First Night of Lights

 

Come One – Come All, to the Fifth Annual “First Night of Lights”.  An evening filled with many festivities that will jump start your holiday spirit.

 

WHEN:  Saturday, December 6TH,    6:00PM to 8:00PM

 

WHERE:  Ellsworth Playground, Corner of Ellsworth Ave. and 3rd St.

 

Activities planned include the lighting of the Borough Christmas Tree and Ellsworth Park, visit from Santa Claus, Ice Carving Show, LIVE MUSIC, bon fires, free hot chocolate and fun for all.

 

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Heidelberg Collecting Toys for Tots

The Heidelberg Borough Manager’s Office and Community Room will serve as collection points for the Marine Corps “Toys for Tots” program.  Donations of new, unopened toys are being solicited.  The toy drive runs from October 27 through December 5th. 

Please consider donating a new, unopened toy. 

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Girl Scout Troop No. 50476 Recognized by Mayor Ken LaSota for raising $1,000 to purchase a new bulletproof vest for HPD K-9 Officer Rocky.  Thank you!!!

 

Borough of Heidelberg

Mayoral Proclamation

 

A Proclamation OF THE MAYOR OF THE Borough of Heidelberg, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, recognizing Girl ScoUt Troop NO. 50476 For its efforts in raising funds to purchase a bullet proof vest for k-9 officer Rocky.

 

Whereas, the Girl Scouts of America has, since its inception in 1912 under the foresight and guidance of Juliette Gordon Low, strived to help its members grow, develop, and mature in ways that best advance them as stellar citizens of the Nation, stewards of the planet, and contributors to the communities that call them home, and;

 

Whereas,  among those numerous Girl Scout Troops across the country, Girl Scout Troop No. 50476 has consistently occupied a position among the most active, generous, and compassionate Troops in the Country, and;

 

Whereas, because Girl Scout Troop No. 50476 became aware that the Heidelberg Police Department was lacking funds to secure a bullet proof vest for K-9 Officer Rocky, Girl Scout Troop 50476 eagerly and enthusiastically undertook a major troop-wide project to raise monies to purchase a vest, and by means of several creative, imaginative and productive fundraising activities, raised in excess of one thousand dollars to help offset the cost of a vest, and;

 

Whereas,  properly outfitted with a bullet proof vest, Officer Rocky can now more safely and efficiently patrol the Borough of Heidelberg and better serve and protect her citizens, and;

 

Whereas, because it is all together fitting and proper to formally and publicly recognize Girl Scout Troop No. 50476 for its service to the Heidelberg Police Department, to K-9 Officer Rocky, and to the people of the Borough of Heidelberg.

 

Therefore, be it proclaimed,   that on behalf of a grateful citizenry, an appreciative Borough Council, a thankful Heidelberg Police Department, and a happy and well protected Officer Rocky, I hereby recognize and thank the Girl Scout Troop No. 50476 for its efforts in raising funds to help procure a bullet proof vest for Heidelberg K-9 Police Officer Rocky, and do hereby proclaim that Troop 50476 has more than lived up to the Girl Scout promise “To serve God and my Country, to help people at all times, and to live by the Girl Scout Law.”

 

Approved, Examined and Proclaimed by me this 16th Day of September, 2014.


Kenneth A. LaSota, Ph.D., Mayor, Borough of Heidelberg

Ideally Situated, Attractive and Recently Renovated Office Space Available for Rent - $1,395 / month

Recently Renovated Office Space Available for Rent.  2,750 Square Feet, new carpet, fresh paint, newly built two executive offices, remodeled bathroom, kitchen, conference room,  and new off-street 8-spot parking lot.  Located above the Heidelberg Community Room at 1639 East Railroad Street (on newly revitalized PA Route 50) in Heidelberg Borough.   Included with lease include water, sewage, and snow removal.  Tenant responsible for gas, electric, trash removal and janitor service.

Heidelberg is ideally situated as the gateway to the South Hills of Pittsburgh, conveniently having its own exits off of the Parkway West (I-376) and I-79.  The Borough is surrounded by a strong economic base rooted in many solvent communities such as Nevillewood, Mt. Lebanon and Upper St. Clair.  The population base within a five mile radius of Heidelberg is in excess of 194,095 people.  Heidelberg is a safe, strong and deeply rooted residential community, with a very proactive, efficient and business friendly local government.  Strategically located midway between Downtown Pittsburgh and the Airport, Route 50 traffic counts – 18,000 cars daily. 

Real Estate Listing / More Information

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Heidelberg Business District Garden Adoption Program

 

Made possible by the revitalization of Route 50 in Heidelberg, there are now a series of ten garden areas along our core business district that need tending to.  Heidelberg Borough is seeking interested volunteers to become special Garden Tenders for the public garden beds along Route 50.


The duty of the Garden Tenders will be to routinely weed, water and provide simple upkeep such as litter-getting of their adopted garden bed.

 

To recognize your garden adoption, a sign will be placed in your respective garden stating that this garden is adopted by you, your family or business.

 

The gardens that are available to adopt include the following:

  • 1900 Block Billboard Garden
  • 1800 Block Billboard Garden

 

Sites that have already been adopted:

  • First Street Traffic Island Garden – Thomas and Walpurga Allen
  • Third Street Steps and Clock Garden Bed – Al and Dolly Kosol
  • 1700 Block Hillside Groundcover GardenThomson Landscape & Design, LLC
  • 1700 Block Billboard GardenAl and Dolly Kosol
  • Second Street Bumpouts – Apple Printing
  • Third Street Bumpouts – Hinnebusch Family
  • Fourth Street Bumpouts – Lindemann Family & Ernesto Carmona
  • Gas House GardenRebecca Stanhope and Mayor Ken LaSota

 

If you are interested in volunteering to become a Heidelberg Garden Tender, please contact Joe Kauer, Borough Manager at 412-276-0363 and let him know what garden area you are interested in adopting.

 

Photos of our current Garden Adoptions! - http://heidelbergpa.tripod.com/business_district_garden_adoption_program

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Heidelberg Community Room Now Equipped with Life-Saving A.E.D.

Thanks to an $1,800 grant from St. Clair Hospital, the Heidelberg Community Room located at 1639 East Railroad Street is now equipped with a life-saving Automated External Defibrillator (AED).

“Our Community Room hosts many public gatherings including town meetings, community events, social activities and is also home to our Historical Society, and now with the help of St. Clair Hospital it is now properly equipped and ready for a sudden cardiac emergency,” stated Council President Rick Pattinato.

Heidelberg Borough thanks St. Clair Hospital for their support and generosity. 

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Sample Heidelberg Military Banner

 Heidelberg to Recognize its Veterans through A

“Main Street” Banner Program

 

Heidelberg, PA – through a program presented by Mayor Ken LaSota the Borough of Heidelberg is offering an interesting opportunity to salute our brave men and women who are currently serving or those who have served in the military by creating and displaying a 24” x 36” military banner along the soon-to-be completed East Railroad (PA Route 50) Streetscape District.

 

The banners that will feature the name, rank and photograph of the local soldiers, sailors or marines, will be displayed during upcoming patriotic holidays such as Independence Day, Veterans Day and future Memorial Day; and they will be hung from the new decorative light pole along Route 50.  There is a $70 one-time cost to join the program.  Participants will receive one 24”x 36” Military Banner to be displayed by the Borough along Route 50, one 24”x 36” Military Banner or two 12”x 18” banners for personal display and web presence on the Heidelberg Military website at www.troopbanners.com/HeidelbergBorough   

 

A sample of what the banners will look like and the Heidelberg Military Banner Program Application can be found in the Borough Office, at the annual Memorial Day Ceremony on May 26th, 10AM at Heidelberg Park or at www.troopbanners.com/HeidelbergBorough   A good quality photograph electronically scanned to 600 dpi or higher is to be sent to hmunson@htmdesigns.com or included in hard copy with your application. 

 

The Military Banner Program was developed and is made possible by HTM Designs.  Heidelberg along with many other communities in southwestern Pennsylvania have partnered with HTM Designs to publicly recognize and pay tribute to our County’s service men and women.

 

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*IMPORTANT INFORMATION*

REGARDING YOUR

LOCAL EARNED INCOME TAXES

 

 

Make Sure Your Local Earned Income Taxes Go

To Work for You and Your Community!

 

 

As a resident of Heidelberg Borough your PSD Code is 730503.

 

This must be used on your Residency Certification Form filed with your employer and on your Final Local Earned Income Tax Return which must be filed by all taxpayers annually. If you use the wrong PSD Code, there will be a significant delay in your taxes reaching your home municipality and school district! 

 

Forms are available at www.jordantax.com/forms.

 

ONLINE Filing at www.jordantax.com/eitfinal.

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