The last day for leaf collection will be December 13, 2019. Please remember, the Borough Yard Waste Facility located at 254 Blue Lane is open the second Saturday of every month (8AM – 12PM) for residents to drop off leaves and yard waste.
The Columbia Borough Police Department
“The Columbia Borough Police Department is currently accepting applications for Crossing Guards
Do you enjoy spending time in Pennsylvania’s local and state parks and forests and on trails and rivers? Is getting outdoors to exercise and socialize important to you? Then the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR) wants to hear from you. In its quest to build an outdoor recreation plan that will serve all Pennsylvanians, DCNR is looking for public input from residents and interest groups through an online survey. Survey results will help DCNR and its partners determine outdoor recreation programs and funding priorities for Pennsylvania’s next five-year outdoor recreation plan. The online survey should take less than 10 minutes to complete and will remain open through the end of June.
Please read the following article about Boat/River safety
The Columbia Borough Police Department is requesting all businesses operating within Columbia Borough update their emergency contact information by completing a “Business Emergency Contact Information” Form. Providing this information will ensure that the Police Department can get in contact with someone in the event of an emergency involving your business. Please copy and paste the following link to your browser:
Complete the form and submit it to the Columbia Borough Police Department at 308 Locust Street, Columbia, PA 17512 by December 31, 2018.
Forms are also available at the Police Station.
Fire extinguishers required for rental, boarding or rooming units
Columbia borough requires a 5lb abc fire extinguisher be mounted in the kitchen of a rental unit, boarding house or rooming unit. abc is the acronym for an extinguisher certified for a, b, and c type fires. a is common fuels like wood, b is for flammable liquids, and c is for charged electrical fires.
as of September 1st Columbia borough requires that the fire extinguisher be mounted somewhere in the kitchen away from the stove. it needs to be easily accessible to the resident.
Please click on the title line for more information on this opportunity to memorialize a Veteran.