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Trick or Treat
Mon., October 31
6:00p - 8:00p
Please turn on your porch light if you wish to participate and hand out candy.
Be Safe & Happy Halloween.
The below letter has been issued to the North Apollo Postmaster and will be discussed at the Nov. council meeting.

October 24, 2022

North Apollo Post Office
Brady M. Smith, Postmaster
312 16th Street
North Apollo, PA 15673

Dear Mr. Smith:

North Apollo Borough Council and Borough Mayor June Kilgore request your presence at Council’s regular meeting on Monday, November 7, 2022 at 6:00 PM in the conference room of the Borough Building, 1421 Leonard Avenue, North Apollo. Council wishes to discuss the recent memo distributed by the Post Office to all the Borough’s residents. Your attendance at the meeting and attention to this matter would be appreciated.

We will also put a copy of this letter on the North Apollo Borough web site to inform the residents of North Apollo of the invitation that has been extended to you.


Raymond P. Rusz, Council President

LARGE Item pick up day for garbage is the first garbage pick up day of each month.
PLEASE CALL AHEAD for large item pick up:
Shank Waste 724.226.8320

GARBAGE WILL NOT BE PICKED UP ON the following holidays.
If a listed holiday falls on or before Wednesday,
pick up will be delayed one day.
New Year's Day                    
Memorial Day                        
Independence Day        
Labor Day
Thanksgiving Day
Christmas Day

GARBAGE WILL BE PICKED UP ON the following holidays.
Martin Luther King Jr. Day           
President's Day
Columbus Day                              
Veterans Day

Be informed: Carpet - bundled into 4 foot sections, $5.00 per roll prepaid with debit/credit or checking account.
NO electronics, tires or liquids accepted.

Please note the following state law for fireworks and sparklers. 
Be a
 considerate neighbor and follow these laws for everyone’s safety.
Thank you, North Apollo Borough.

Act 43 of 2017, Section 2404.  Use of consumer fireworks.
         (a)  Conditions.--A person who is at least 18 years of age and meets the requirements of this article may purchase, possess and use consumer fireworks.
         (b)  Prohibitions.--A person may not intentionally ignite or discharge:
(1)  Consumer fireworks on public or private property without the express permission of the owner.
(2)  Consumer fireworks or sparkling devices within, or throw consumer fireworks or sparkling devices from, a motor vehicle or building.
(3)  Consumer fireworks or sparkling devices into or at a motor vehicle or building or at another person.
(4)  Consumer fireworks or sparkling devices while the person is under the influence of alcohol, a controlled substance or another drug.
(5)  Consumer fireworks within 150 feet of an occupied structure prohibited.

   The borough office will be closed 
   the following days in 2022:

      Christmas Day = Since this day falls on a Saturday, the  
      borough office be closed Friday, Dec. 24.
      New Year's Day = January 1 - Observed 12/31/21
      Good Friday = April 15
      Memorial Day = May 30
      Independence Day = July 4
      Labor Day = September 5
      Veterans Day = November 11
      Thanksgiving = November 24-25
      Christmas Day = 12/25/22 - Observed Mon., Dec. 26.
Trap, Neuter, Return of Feral & Strays
Please be aware of a service available to North Apollo residents: If you know of any feral or stray cats that need to be trapped, neutered and released (TNR), please contact Robin Patton at 412-977-8094.
We are a small group that trap feral & stray cats and take them to an organization called Homeless Cat Management Team in Tarentum to be spayed or neutered. In addition, they are given a rabies shot and treated for fleas and ear mites if needed. The cat is held overnight, and then brought back to where it was trapped and released.  This service is available for only feral and stray cats.
     We would appreciate any donation at the time of trapping. Donations need to be made to Robin Patton because we in turn make payment to Homeless Cat Management Team at time of service. With additional monies, we would also be able to give each cat a distemper immunization to prevent 5 specific diseases.
The speed limit is 15mph on all North Apollo borough roads, per Ordinance 332 of 2018. This does not include Route 56, (River Rd.).
  How to be Stormwater Smart
  Click Here for more information on stormwater runoff pollution from the PA DEP Buearu of Clean Water.
Urban stormwater runoff pollution is a problem that has no boundaries, and neither does the solution! While the DEP Bureau of Clean Water works with the counties, towns and other municipalities, construction firms, and industries to help them follow regulations to reduce stormwter runoff, Pennsylvania residents can also do their part to reduce stormwater runoff.