AS OF JANUARY 13TH THE HALFMOON TOWNSHIP OFFICE IS CLOSED. ADMINISTRATION STAFF WILL BE WORKING REMOTELY, AND ARE AVAILABLE TO ASSIST YOU. PLEASE CALL OUR OFFICE 814-692-9800 WITH ANY QUESTIONS, LEAVE A MESSAGE AND WE WILL RETURN YOUR CALL OR BY EMAILING TOWNSHIP MANAGER, DENISE GEMBUSIA firstname.lastname@example.org; TOWNSHIP CLERK, AMY SMITH – email@example.com or BRETT LAIRD, TAX COLLECTOR – firstname.lastname@example.org. THANK YOU AND STAY SAFE!
On Wednesday, January 13th we will be transitioning our current phone system to a new system. We will experience disruptions in our phone service and may not be available by phone. We can be reached by email at the following email addresses:
Denise Gembusia, Township Manager at email@example.com
Amy Smith, Township Clerk at firstname.lastname@example.org
Brett Laird, Tax Collector/Assistant Treasurer at email@example.com
Scott Brown, Roadmaster at firstname.lastname@example.org
Mike Coakley, Safety Director at email@example.com
We appreciate your patience during this transition.
The Township has extra unscreened topsoil available to residents at a price of $600.00 per triaxle load. Limit 3 triaxle loads per resident. First come, first serve. Please contact the Township Roadmaster, Scott Brown, via phone at 814-692-7757 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org to make pick up arrangements. Cash, check, or money order only. Payment due at the time of pickup.
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Welcome to Halfmoon Township
Halfmoon Township is a rural area that has long been a major source of agricultural products. This rural atmosphere, with its low population density and proximity to the cultural attractions of Penn State University, has become appealing to people who have historically dwelled in or near a city; consequently, over the past twenty years, the population has increased dramatically, while the farming population has decreased. Still, Halfmoon Township has maintained its rural feeling, with all the associated pros and cons that come with country living.
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