Sealed bids will be received by Northumberland Borough until 4:00 pm on Sept 6, 2016; the name of the project clearly marked on the envelope for Liberty Hollow Run Trail project. Bids documents are available online at www.northumberlandborough.com. A pre-bid meeting will be held August 17, 2016 at 1:30 pm at 1 Washington Ave. A certified check or bid bond for the amount of 10% of the total bid is required.
Beginning December 12, 2015 and continuing through late January or early February Kelly Roth, an instructor at Bloomsburg University and part-time Northumberland Borough Police Officer will be conducting a research study.
She will be examining the Northumberland Borough residents’ perceptions of the Northumberland Borough Police Department. To complete this study Bloomsburg University students will be going door-to-door asking residents to complete a survey.
On December 16, 2015, a Public Meeting hosted by PennDOT and Larson Design Group, Inc. on the reconstruction project was held. PennDOT has provided these documents from the presentation.
In 1990 the late Chief Martin Concini Jr., saw a need to contribute to those families in Northumberland who were in need during the holiday season. Chief Concini started a Christmas toy program for kids, which ended with his death in 1992. Since 1998 the police department has been collecting toys for the less fortunate in his memory. Since 1998 the program has grown considerably and it has been our privilege to assist families in Northumberland, Point Township, Sunbury, and many other communities.
Santa will arrive at the King Street Park via firetruck on November 30th at 7:00 p.m. The Sunbury City Band will provide entertainment beginning at 6:30 p.m. Hot chocolate and cookies will be served. The Northumberland Revitalization Committee hosts this event with funding from the Joseph J. Anselmo Sr. Community Trust. If you would like more information about how you can join the Revitalization Committee, contact the Borough Office at 570-473-3414. Volunteers are needed!
A lot of interest has been shown in support of keeping the Girl Scout Little House. Please volunteer your time to help spruce up the Girl Scout Little House on Third Street. Projects include outside yardwork, and clean up and painting inside. If you are willing to help, please contact the Borough Office at (570) 473-3414 or send an email to