The Borough of McClure was established on January 1, 1966. McClure Borough Recycling Day is held at the Municipal Building every 2nd Saturday from 8-11 am.
McClure Borough Information
Please go to the McClure Website and click Borough Info for any information related to McClure Borough. The McClure Borough Municipal Building house two municipal trucks, tractors, winter road maintence, Municipal Meeting (Authority & Council)
McClure Borough Council Meetings are held every 2nd Wednesday of every month at 7:30pm.
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
The Borough of McClure, Snyder County, Pennsylvania, is hereby accepting sealed bids for the sale of a parcel of real estate on or before 6:00 p.m. on January 11, 2023.
The parcel being offered for sale is .0308 acres (1,344 SF), more or less, being identified as Snyder County Tax Parcel #09-03-047, and more specifically described in Snyder County Deed Book 636, Page 163. This property shall be sold AS IS, without any warranties, claims, or otherwise. Any potential purchaser bears the burden and duty of obtaining any and all inspections, surveys, and the like.
Bids shall be in a sealed envelope with no identifying information regarding the bidder. The actual bid sheet shall contain the name, address, and telephone of the bidder, together with the amount of their specific bid, and a proof of funds document with a date on the same consistent with the date the bid is submitted.
The Borough reserves the right to reject any and all bids for not complying with the requirements set forth to submit a bid, or for insufficiency in the amount of the bid.
All bids shall be opened at the public meeting on January 11, 2023, at 7:00 p.m. In the event a successful bid is accepted, the successful bidder shall be contacted and shall lodge a down payment of 10% of their bid with the Secretary of the Borough of McClure on or before the close of business on Wednesday January 11, 2023. The successful bidder shall also bear the entire costs of any realty transfer taxes and recording fees.
Per Section 1201.1, a successful bidder shall complete the purchase within sixty (60) days of January 11, 2023. Any person wishing any additional information shall visit the Borough Office during their hours of operation. No assertions by any Borough employee shall be binding.
Message from PPL
If you’ve watched the weather reports, you know that a winter storm is on its way. As much of our region braces for the possibility of rain, wintry precipitation, heavy winds, and plummeting temperatures, we want to assure you that we're prepared to respond to storm-related power outages.
We understand the timing of this storm is inconvenient and may interrupt your holiday plans. We’ve been monitoring the forecast and are storm ready. We have more than 2,000 employees from our own team and peer utilities prepared to support our restoration efforts. We'll work as safely and quickly as possible to assess damage and restore power to all customers who are impacted.
While we’ve prepared for possible outages, we want you to be prepared too:
Charge your cell phones, portable chargers, and other electronic devices so they’re ready to use in case of an emergency.
Prepare or update your emergency kit with food, water, medication, and pet supplies.
Double check your flashlights for batteries.
If you have a portable generator, test it to make sure it’s working, but don’t operate in an enclosed area, like a garage, where carbon monoxide fumes could accumulate.
Assume any downed power line is energized. Stay clear by at least 100 feet and keep kids and pets away. If you see a downed power line, report it immediately by calling 1-800-342-5775.
Report an outage, check estimated restoration times, and adjust your alerts preferences at pplelectric.com/outage.
The last two weeks of the year are here. That means, you have two weeks to get your taxes paid if you haven’t done so yet. If you need a special time, please reach out to me and let me know. I will do my best to accommodate you. I hope you all have a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
Sad to see you go, and wish you well in your next chapter.
Send a message to learn more.
PPL Power outage notification (as of 7:32pm):
We estimate power will be restored at 03:30 AM tomorrow, 12/16. When our crews arrive at the problem site and assess the damage, we will update the estimated restoration time if needed.
For a status update at any time, text the word STATUS to TXT-PPL (898-775). For your safety, always stay away from downed wires.
After calling Santa Claus, we have all decided to reschedule his visit! We want our community to stay safe in this upcoming weather. ❄️🌨️
Each year on Dec. 7, Pearl Harbor Survivors, veterans, and visitors from all over the world come together to honor and remember the 2,403 service members and civilians who were killed during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. A further 1,178 people were injured in the attack, which permanently sank two U.S. Navy battleships (the USS Arizona and the USS Utah) and destroyed 188 aircraft.
On Aug. 23, 1994, the United States Congress designated Dec. 7 as National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day. Every year, remembrance events are held at the Pearl Harbor National Memorial, culminating in a commemoration ceremony on Dec. 7.
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The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) is reminding residents that enforcement of the federal REAL ID Act will begin May 3, 2023. However, REAL ID is NOT MANDATORY. PennDOT continues to offer standard-issue driver’s licenses and photo IDs.
As of that date, you will have to present a federally accepted form of identification to board a commercial domestic flight or visit a secure federal building that requires ID at the door. Federally accepted forms of identification include a Pennsylvania REAL ID driver’s license or ID card, a U.S. Passport or Passport Card or a military ID.
To learn more about REAL ID and how to obtain one, visit www.penndot.gov/REALID.
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Warning for Friday November 18, 2022. Please be cautious while driving.
Tomorrow will be our first significant chance of the season for dangerous snow squalls across Pennsylvania.
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McCLURE — State police at Lewistown said a 28-year-old man who fled after a shooting in Mifflin County Wednesday night is in custody.
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We are very thankful for our veterans and the sacrificial service to our country and our community! Thank you is simply not enough, but we must live out that thanks daily.
MIFFLIN COUNTY, Pa. (WHTM) — Pennsylvania State Police (PSP) Lewistown are looking for a suspect that fled the scene of an attempted homicide on Wednesday night.
According to PSP, on Nov. 9 at 10:17 p.m. Troopers responded to a reported shooting located at the 5800 block of SR 522 in Decatur Township. When PSP arrived the suspect, Adam Fink, had fled the scene before police had arrived.
Fink was last seen in the area of 6th Avenue McClure in Snyder County, police say.
According to police Fink was last seen wearing a black shirt, black coat, white pants, and a red shirt tied around his face.
If you happen to see anyone matching the description of Fink in the McClure area, police are asking that you call PSP Lewistown at 717-320-1010.
The shooting victim has been transported to Hershey Medical Center and is in stable condition, according to police.
MCCLURE BOROUGH, SNYDER COUNTY (WBRE/WYOU) — State police in Snyder County are actively searching for a suspect in a Mifflin County shooting. According to officials, Adam Fink is wanted for alleged…
Snyder County Trap League Starts in December this year! see attached Schedule!
Photos from Decatur Demolition's post
Photos from Decatur Demolition's post
It's Election Day, here is the Sample Ballot for McClure Borough. Make sure to get out and exercise your civic duty to vote. Make sure to stop at the different organizations outside the polls at the Fire Hall.
November’s meal is being dedicated to our Veterans
Back by popular demand Burger 🍔 Night!
For those interested and in need of the advanced course.
Booked my first class for 2023.
Jan 21/22, 2023
Water & Sewer bill will be in the mail tomorrow.
The tax office will be closed tonight.
It is just around the corner, please have flashlights and/or glow sticks. Costumes tend to be dark, we want everyone to have fun but return home safely.
The McClure/West Beaver Twp Community Chest will be accepting donations for the 2022 Fund Drive. The drive runs from October 3rd, thru November 1st. The organizations that benefit are:
McClure and Bannerville Volunteer Fire Companies, McClure and Bannerville QRS, McClure Library, McClure Youth Baseball, The Veteran’s Memorial Pool, and the McClure Area Boy and Girl Scouts.
We hope you will continue to support our local organizations.
Donations can be dropped off at the MCS Bank in McClure; at the Night Drop or Drive Thru. You can also mail to:
McClure/West Beaver Twp Community Chest
286 Pine Crest DR
McClure, PA 17841
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Nearby government services
Main Street, McAlisterville
Us Highway 522, Lewistown
Stoney Creek Drive, Mifflintown
N 3rd Street, Mifflintown
Cross Street, Mifflintown
N. Main Street, Mifflintown
Juniata Street, Mifflin
Licking Creek Road, Mifflintown
State Route 235, Millmont
Other Public & Government Services in McClure
Ollie was last seen next to the Decatur Sportsmans Shooting Range on the Wagner Road side of the mountain (State Game Lands 107) on Sunday afternoon around 2 pm!
If anyone who lives in the area stretching from McClure to Lewsitown to Mcalisterville along 522, Arch Rock Road, Black Maitland Road or Summit Rd has a Game Cam up (or is willing to put one up) we would be extremely grateful. Even a simple sighting of where he is would be very helpful so we could focus our search.
We have canvassed the area everyday since, and have set out clothing items and food overnight with a game cam where he was last seen with the assistance of a fantastic local resident.
If you would like to help pass out fliers, IM me and let me know and I can e-mail one to you. Just keeping the word out is helpful.
We love him and remain distraught- If you even see him, please FB Message or call me at 907-947-0188. Karen and Paul