15 February 2019
There were some inquires made to borough council members this past week on how to run for office. That was a great question which led to additions to the website. The Borough Council and Mayor sections under Government were upgraded to show when the current members’ terms expire and how individuals can run for office. The Residents Voting section received the same upgrade showing how to run for office. This year three council seats will be on the ballot. Individuals interested in running for office should check out the various sections soon since the May primary election is fast approaching.
5 February 2019
The Annual Basket Party for the New Florence Community Library was added to the Events Calendar on February 24th. Please see the event for more details.
20 January 2019
Several changes have been made to the website these past few days. In the Residents area sections were added for Crime and Safety and Zoning-Building Permits. In the Government area a section was added for Ordinances which also discusses building numbers. Also in the Government area the Solicitor and Police Department areas were updated. Also, a table was added for 2019 Monthly Meetings under the Borough Council area. Finally, the Quick Links section on the lower right corner of the Welcome page was fixed. Also, on the calendar Sesquicentennial event of August 17th several flyers were added for entertainers who will be attending.
9 January 2019
This past week several areas were updated on the website. All 12 borough council monthly meetings for 2019 were added to the calendar. Several council meeting agendas and minutes were added that were missing. Also, the 2019 final budget for the New Florence borough was added to the Government – Borough Council – Budgets.
30 December 2018
The town of New Florence will be celebrating their 150th anniversary with a town-wide celebration on August 17, 2019. The New Florence Sesquicentennial Committee is planning a parade, car cruise, live music, Civil War Encampment, historical displays, pie eating and milk chugging contests, Corn Hole Tournament, fireworks and much more! Volunteers and/or financial donors are needed.
Our current funds are low and our planning time is very short. Therefore, we are reaching out to local businesses, organizations, and individuals for support. We would greatly appreciate any monetary donation(s) you could make and, for planning purposes, a reply by February 01, 2019 would be very helpful. Please note that donations are tax deductible, and major contributors will be announced throughout the event.
Thank you for your time and consideration. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us at 724-235-2000, or email 1869NF@gmail.com. We hope to see you at our Celebration in August!
Carol Henderson, Chairman
New Florence Sesquicentennial Committee
Sesquicentennial Donation Form: MS Word or JPEG below.
15 December 2018
The town bulletin board at the post office got it’s own place in the Residents section. Be sure to check out the bulletin board when you get a chance. A lot of different items show up on it.
9 December 2018
A sections for the Westmoreland County Geographical Information Systems (GIS) was added to the Residents section. The GIS is the primary tax assessment management tool used by the county.
2 December 2018
Sections for Voting, Bus Service, and the Post Office were added to the Residents section.
19 November 2018
Remaining borough council agendas and minutes added to the table in borough council minutes is now up to date.
19 November 2018
Please check out the flyer below to find out about Christmas activities in New Florence.
3 November 2018
Today major changes were made to the Government section of the website. Multiple sub-pages were added with a lot of agenda, minutes, budget, and other data published.
27 October 2018
A major change was made to the borough website today. You will see now is most information is split between the Residents and Government menus. The tax collector now has her own new section under Residents. The original Utilities page is also gone since it was replaced with an upgraded version.
27 October 2018
Great news! The Facebook fundraiser for K9 Officer Gunner reached it’s goal of $3,000 today. The dog can now attend its Phase 1 formal training. It time, the officer will be a great asset to Chief Salley and the New Florence Police Department.
10 October 2018
Dumpsters will be available for New Florence Borough residents on Friday, October 19th and Saturday, October 20th at the Yellow Brick School on 8th Street.
Hours will be from 7:30 am to 2:00 pm or until the dumpsters are full.
Household and yard waste ONLY. No tires, batteries, appliances, electronics or hazardous waste will be accepted.
24 September 2018
Fall is now here as of 9:54 PM on Saturday September 22nd. Please don’t rake, mow, or blow leaves onto the streets. They will clog the storm drain system if you do. Thanks!
Please don’t discharge grass cuttings onto the streets, not only is it dangerous for motorcycles and bicycles, it also gets into our drains.
Burn Days: Tuesday and Friday 5-7 (paper products only)
Please don’t forget to call 811 prior to any digging or excavating projects.