2015 Earth Day Activities
saturday, april 25, 2015
8th annual let’s redd up
saturday, april 25, 2015– 8:30AM
- In effort to keep the Borough of Heidelberg a beautiful place to live, work
and play, the Borough will be conducting its seventh annual “Let’s Redd Up
The goal of this event
pick up litter, plant trees and to do other small earth-friendly chores.
Volunteers will be provided with bags,
gloves, supplies, safety vests and lunch.
Interested individuals, groups, or students seeking volunteer hours are
encouraged to register at the Heidelberg Borough Building by calling
dumpsters for Household Waste on cleanup Weekend
25, 2015, the Borough will make available and provide two 30-yard
dumpsters for residents to dispose of various household waste that they
couldn’t otherwise dispose of during weekly pick-up. We
hope that you take this opportunity to clean up your yards and property.
The dumpsters will be located on Third
Street next to the
Ellsworth Avenue Playground, and
front of Heidelberg Park on Industry Way.
There is no fee for the
disposal of your waste during this program.
We ask that you compact the waste so that we can maximize the dumpster
space. The program is for residential
waste only – NO
COMMERCIAL WASTE or DUMPING.
The dumpsters are limited in size, therefore, once they are full, the
program is over and we ask that you do not leave any waste on the street,
right-of-ways, neighboring lots or on park property.
prohibited from disposing within the dumpsters include tires, TV’s, Freon,
liquid paint, car parts and hazardous materials.
This service is provided by the Heidelberg
and Mayor in conjunction with their 8th Annual Let’s Redd Up
Heidelberg / Earth Day efforts to clean up and beautify Heidelberg; making our
town a safe, clean and pleasurable place to live, work and play.
Heidelberg Monthly Seniors
Thursday, April 16, 2015 – 1:00PM
WHERE: Heidelberg Community Room, 1639
East Railroad Street (Rt. 50) + Parking in Rear-Side Lot off of Oak Way
gathering for our Community’s Senior Citizens.
Bring a Friend, a wrapped re-gift and your favorite teacup to drink
from! If you are planning on bringing a
side dish please let Linda know when you RSVP so there is not duplicates.
PROGRAMS: SPRING TEA PARTY! Please RSVP to Linda at 412-200 2855 by Monday,
2015 Heidelberg Community Event Schedule
April 25th Clean up Day
May 25th Memorial Day
Free mini soccer camp, May 14th, but not confirmed
June 15-19, 9-4 British Soccer Camp
June 26th Family Night
June 20, 8-1 community Garage Sale
July 17 Family Night
August 15, Fishing Derby
August 14, possible Family Night
September 12, 8-1 Community Garage Sale
Seotember 26 Oktoberfest
October, Halloween, TBA
December 5, Light Up Night
Notice Regarding 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.
Thank you for your cooperation during this transition.
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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
Business District Garden Adoption Program
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.
gardens that are available to adopt include the following:
- 1900 Block
- 1800 Block Billboard Garden
that have already been adopted:
- First Street
Traffic Island Garden – Thomas and
- Third Street Steps and Clock
Garden Bed – Al and Dolly
- 1700 Block Hillside Groundcover
Garden – Thomson
Landscape & Design, LLC
- 1700 Block Billboard Garden
– Al and Dolly Kosol
- Second Street
Bumpouts – Apple Printing
- Third Street
Bumpouts – Hinnebusch Family
- Fourth Street
Bumpouts – Lindemann Family &
- Gas House Garden – Rebecca 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
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
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
support and generosity.
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LOCAL EARNED INCOME TAXES
Make Sure Your Local Earned Income Taxes Go
To Work for You and Your Community!
a resident of Heidelberg Borough your PSD Code is 730503.
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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