Conyngham Borough is holding a workshop entitled “Using Rainwater to Beautify Your Property While Protecting Your Neighbors” on Saturday May 9th at 10:00 AM at the Borough Building, 215 Main St. The workshop is open to the public and the admission is free. Topics to be discussed include the importance of controlling rain water, where does my rainwater go, how to make, install, and maintain a rain barrel. Please RSVP by calling the Borough Office at 570-788-4385.
Conyngham Park Program Registration for children ages 5 to 12 will be held Tuesday, May 5th and Wednesday, May 20th from 6 PM to 8 PM at the Conyngham Borough Building. The program will be held from June 22nd to July 31st. It is a Monday through Friday program that runs from 9AM to 12 PM. Children must be at least 5 years of age by June 1st(birth certificates required). Payment of $120.00 per child is required at the time of registration. Registration forms can also be picked up at the Conyngham Borough Building during office hours. The deadline for registration is Wednesday May 20th.
Pet Owners Responsibility Reminder
With the approach of warmer weather, we are all looking forward to spending more time outdoors enjoying the warmer weather. Conyngham Residents are reminded that they are responsible for clean-up after their pets while walking them on public property. Un-restrained pets running at large on public or private property without the consent of the property owner is also prohibited by borough ordinance. Cooperation of pet owners will help keep our community both safe and clean.
Saturday May 2nd from 9am to 1pm there will be a free recycling opportunity for the following items:
- Small Appliances & Stereos
- Washers, Dryers, & Stoves
- TVs & Monitors*
- Computers & Printers
- Computer Mice & Keyboards
- Scrap Metal & Auto Batteries
- Refrigerators & Air Conditioners**
- Bundled Newspaper & Cardboard
See the flyer below for full details.
Throughout 2015, Conyngham Borough in cooperation with the Conyngham Borough Historical Society, Conyngham Valley Civic Organization (CVCO), the Valley Veterans of Foreign War (VFW), and the Conyngham Borough Downtown Business Association will be hosting a Hometown Hero Banner Program.
We are seeking your help in sponsoring a Hometown Hero Banner.
Each individual banner will be unique and honor a specific soldier including their picture, branch of service, era of service, and hometown. There is space for dozens of banners on street lights throughout the Borough. The program is non-political and non-partisan. It is purely a living memorial to those soldiers from Conyngham Borough and surrounding communities who served our country.
Please join us in celebrating the Veterans of the Conyngham Valley.
See Below For The Application:
Hometown Hero Banner Applications
Recycling bins (one per household) for use at the Butler Township Recycling Center are available for Conyngham residents to pick up at the Conyngham Borough Building during regular office hours, Monday –Friday, 9:00- 4:00.
The Conyngham Borough Feral Cat Program in partnership with Eastern Pennsylvania Animal Alliance, a non-profit, low cost spay-neuter clinic will be at two locations this month. The first clinic will be held at Tractor Supply on Susquehanna Blvd. in West Hazleton on FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24TH and at Valley Pets, Route 93, Conyngham on MONDAY, OCTOBER 27th. Continue reading
Saturday October 18th (Rain Date: Sunday October 19th)
Whispering Willows Park
For Grades Kindergarten – 6th Grade
All pumpkins and materials will be supplied
Light refreshments and snacks will be provided
There is no cost to attend. Please RSVP by Oct 14th using the form below.
Pumpkin flyer for borough
Valley Pets on Route 93, Conyngham will host a low cost spay/neuter clinic on MONDAY, SEPT. 29TH in partnership with Eastern PA. Animal Alliance, a non-profit organization, and the Conyngham Borough Feral Cat program. Registration starts at 8:30 a.m. The program includes household pets, dogs or cats, as well as feral cats. Anyone interested is encouraged to call EPAA at 570-994-5846 to register a household pet or for more information on-line at www.epaaonline.com. Feral cats are accepted on a walk-in basis and will be registered at that time. Information packets on feral cats can be picked up at valley Pets during regular business hours and the day of the clinic or at the Conyngham Borough Office during regular office hours. The next spay-neuter clinic will be held at valley Pets on MONDAY, OCT. 6th. Please help us make a humane difference in our surrounding communities by spaying and neutering.
Conyngham Borough Council is seeking students interested in applying for the position of Junior Council person. Applicants must be a Conyngham resident and a high school Junior or Senior. Attendance at monthly council meetings is expected. Community service/class credit may be included with school board approval. Interested persons may submit a resume and an expression of interest in the position to Conyngham Borough, PO Box 442, Conyngham, PA 18219. Deadline for applications is Thursday September 11, 2014. Please call the Borough Office at 570-788-4385 with any questions.