November 2022 Newsletter

Reminder: Turn Your Clocks BACK one hour on Nov. 6th

Veteran’s Day: November 11th:

When you see a vet on Nov. 11th make sure to tell them thanks!

And be thankful for all that gave the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom.

Community Christmas Festival Saturday November 19th

This event Starts at 4:30 at the Methodist Church on Euclid Ave.

-Live Band “7th Day” and a live Nativity.

-Hot dogs, popcorn, cookies, hot cocoa and hot cider.

-Crafts, facepainting, Special Appearance by Santa and Mrs. Claus.

-Tractor parade starts at 6:30 along Euclid and Grant streets.


You can dispose of them several ways…

  1. We recommend mulching them or you can compost them
  • You can Bag them in clear bags
  • You can Rake them to the curb (not the street, and they must be DRY for pickup)

Brush – Done for the Year.

The Borough will not pick-up brush again until April 2023. Do NOT store it next to the street.

Political Signs: Reminder

Political Signs are permitted on private property…PROVIDED…they do not exceed 16 square feet in area (total combined if multiple signs). They must be removed at completion of campaign or event. Normal political signs are about 3 square feet. You can have no more than 5 typical signs, or one sign no larger than 4 ft. by 4 ft.

Signs in general (not just political signs) are limited to no more than 16 square feet total on the property.

Snow Parking:

Snow parking regulations start on November 1st, and continue until April 1st.

                -NO Parking on ANY street on Saeger-Heights

                -NO Parking from Midnight to 7am on the following streets:

                                -Erie Street          -Main Street

                -NO Parking on the West and North side of all other streets on Even days of the week (9 am to 4 pm)

                -NO Parking one the East and South side of all other streets on Odd days of the week (9 am to 4 pm)

                -NO Parking along all Alleys, or must be at least 10 feet from the center of the alley.

Thanksgiving Holiday:

Borough Office Closed:

The Borough office will be closed Thursday November 24th, and open again on Tuesday Nov. 29th.

Regular Refuse collection will be on Monday 28th as scheduled.

New Recycling Opportunity:

C-N-H Recycling of Titusville is offering recycling in Saegertown. This would be up to each private resident, and you would be responsible to pay for the service. You can call (814-564-0940 or 814-673-2033) for information.  

Sidewalks on Main Street: Snow

The Borough will be blowing snow off the Main Street sidewalks this year, once a day as needed. Property owners are required to clean-up any excess and keep ice off them. We prefer others do not plow snow on the walks…we want to blow it off or have you shovel it by hand. If someone plows a parking lot or driveway, and the excess piles on sidewalks, owners must clean that up.

Text Box: Thanks to Saegertown Fire Dept. for Trick-or-Treat night.The Borough would like to thank Saegertown Vol. Fire Dept. for once again providing traffic control during the annual trick-or-treat night, and for keeping all the kids safe and parents safe while walking around town.

Fund Drive: Don’t forget to donate to the annual fund drive in progress now.

Send your donations to: Saegertown VFD, PO Box 164, Saegertown, Pa. 16433

Providing Water to Others:

It is illegal for water customers to supply water in any way to any other person or persons without written permission for the water from the Borough. Arrangements to purchase water can be made at the Borough office.


The Saegertown Area Library will begin its annual Holiday Basket Raffle on November 1, 2022. Winning tickets will be pulled December 19, in time for the bountiful baskets to make wonderful Christmas presents. This is a fun way to support the library during the season of giving. Thank you!

Energy Savings:

Over the last several years, the Borough has completed the following energy upgrades: New lights in the Borough Building – New LED street lights – New LED traffic light – Upgraded  water pumps – Insulated Borough Building.

Hayfield Central Hose Company:

Hayfield Fire Department provides assistance to Saegertown VFD on all structure fires in the Borough. They are having a Virtual Fall Raffle on Nov. 12th. Details are on their Facebook page: @hayfieldcentralhosecompany

Safety Tip: Prepare for SNOW!

                -Make sure you have a working smoke detector, and a battery-operated Carbon Monoxide detector.

                -Have your car serviced and fill the window washer with a wintertime mixture.

                – Make sure your car tires have tread for winter driving.

                -Have your furnace checked.

                –Dress in layers when shoveling snow or working outdoors.

                -Avoid over exertion when shoveling snow.

                -If you have pets, make sure they are warm and water is not frozen.

                -Treat frozen walks and driveways with anti-skid, sand or cat litter.

Tax Collector Information:

Amanda Burlingame is the Tax Collector for Saegertown Borough.

Her phone number: 814-398-3988

Her e-mail address is:

◊Payments can be made by mail to: Saegertown Tax Collector, PO Box 348, Saegertown, Pa. 16433

Tax Office hours will be at the Borough Building on the following dates and times:

            November: Wed. 16th and Wed. 30th from 6-7:00 pm

            December: Wed. 14th and Wed. 28th from 6-7:00 pm.       

Remember the Borough Secretary cannot accept tax payments.                         

Regular Community Meetings:

Borough Council: meetings second Mon. of month, 6:00 pm at Saegertown Borough Building on Erie St.

Sewer Authority: meetings second Wed. of month, 6:00 pm at Saegertown Borough Building on Erie St.

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