The City of Lock Haven is following public health advice to take precautionary measure to limit the impact of COVID-19 (coronavirus SARS-CoV-2).
Click here to view the COVID-19 14-day daily infection & testing data for the City of Lock Haven.
There will be a regular meeting of Council on Monday, January 17, 2022 at 7:00 pm. This meeting will be live streamed and available to view on the City’s Facebook and Youtube pages. A copy of the agenda is available here.
BOIL WATER ADVISORY LIFTED
For residents of 801, 806, 823, 829, 837, 901, 903, 903 ½, 905, and 913 Bellefonte Ave. On Friday, January 14, 2022 residents of this area were advised to boil water before using because of a of a main break. We are pleased to report that the problem has been corrected and that it is no longer necessary to boil your water before using. The break has been repaired and the water has been tested twice over a two day period and is free of contamination. Again, it is no longer necessary to boil your water before use.
At its regular meeting on January 3, 2022, at 7 o’clock p.m., Lock Haven City Council will consider Ordinance No. 2022-01 amending the bylaws of the Annie Halenbake Ross Library which are included as Attachment 1 to Chapter 268 of the City Code. A copy of the amended language can be found here or by contacting the City Manager’s office at 570-893-5901. If adopted on its first reading on January 3, the matter will be taken up again on January 20, 2022 with public input having been considered whether in person at either of the meetings listed above or through correspondence received regarding the topic directed to the City Manager no later than January 16, 2022.
EMERGENCY RENTAL ASSISTANCE
If you are a renter or landlord in Clinton County and need assistance with rent, water, electricity, sewer, trash removal, or heating fuel payments as a result of COVID-19, this program may be of interest to you.
The guidelines and FAQs are available here: http://www.cchousingcoalition.org/
Please contact Clinton County Housing Authority at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
DESTINATION LOCK HAVEN:
City of Lock Haven’s Comprehensive Plan
Hard copies of the draft are available at City Hall, Clinton County Piper Building, Downtown Lock Haven, Inc. office, and Annie Halenbake Ross Library.
To view the draft plan, please visit the following link: http://mydo.cx/MWViN2Jj
How do I pay my Water/Sewer bill?
- ONLINE – visit https://lockhaven.authoritypay.com/ You can pay with your checking account or your card. You will need your account number and CID number to set up your account. If you don’t have these handy, feel free to call us during business hours to provide this information: 570-893-5909
- BY MAIL – Checks and Money orders can be mailed to 20 E Church St. Lock Haven, PA 17745. Checks and Money Orders should be made out to City of Lock Haven.
- BY DROP BOX – We have two drop boxes available for your convenience. One is located beside the handicap entrance in front of City Hall. (far right corner of the building, black box with silver handle) This drop box can be used 24/7. We also have a drop box located in the entry way of City Hall. (use front steps) This drop box can be used Monday through Friday, 8:30-12:00, 1:00-4:30. Cash, Checks, and Money orders are accepted in both drop boxes.
The city also produces an Annual Drinking Water Quality Report that details source and detected sample results:
The city of Lock Haven shall not discriminate in hiring, job assignments, promotion, discipline, termination, compensation, fringe benefits, job training, classification, referral, and other aspects of employment, on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, military status, or any other characteristics protected by law. The city of Lock Haven shall make reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with known disabilities unless doing so would result in an undue hardship.
If there are any questions or concerns about any type of discrimination in the workplace, they can be brought to the attention of the City Manager. Concerns and reports can be made without fear of reprisal. Anyone found engaging in any type of unlawful discrimination can be subject to disciplinary action, up to and including termination of employment.
Select photos on this site are used by permission of local photographer David B. Kawchak. For prints or to explore works by this local artist, visit his website.