People can create new Smart911 Safety Profiles right through the app. They can verify phones, add relevant information for dispatchers, and upload photos without needing to remember the website or wait until they’re at a computer. When an app user calls 9-1-1 from their phone, your dispatchers will see their profile in the Safety Profile Smartlet just like a profile made on the website.
If you are interested in Recycling wth Taylor Township contact the the office during regular business hours to sign up.
Cost is $20.00 per year
All Taylor Township and Roaring Spring Borough residents are welcome.
In order to be on the monthly meeting agenda to address the board individuals MUST contact the township office no later than the Wednesday prior to the scheduled board meeting.
2019 Meeting time is 6:00 PM unless stated otherwise.
2019 Meeting Dates:
Jan. 7th, Feb. 4th, Mar. 4th, Apr. 1st, May 6th, June 3rd, July 8th, Aug. 5th, Sept. 3rd, Oct. 7th, Nov. 4th @ 5.30 PM. Dec. 2nd.
1830 - A Stone schoolhouse was built known as “Dick Schoolhouse” and is still standing just south of Roaring Spring at the intersection of Bloomfield Road and Dick Schoolhouse Road. Presently this property is owned by The Blair County Historical Society.
Send us a message with any questions or concerns, and we'll get back to you with answers as soon as we can.
7217 Woodbury Pike, Roaring Spring, Pennsylvania 16673, United States
(814) 224-2738 Please note the 1st Monday of each month the office does not open until noon.