NWS State College will be hosting a virtual Advanced Skywarn Spotter Training on Wednesday June 24th from 6:30-8:30PM via GoToWebinar. This class is free and open to all. To attend you must have a computer or mobile device with internet access.
The class will briefly cover the mission of the NWS along with severe weather preparedness. The main focus of the class will be to learn more about the technical aspects of severe weather forecasting, formation, and detection. Topics will include thunderstorm ingredients, thunderstorm dynamics, dual-polarization radar applications, and more!
An infographic is attached. Feel free to share this information for professional or personal use. This is the first time NWS State College has hosted an advanced class like this.
For ease of access, here is the registration link for the virtual Advanced Spotter Training to be hosted by NWS State College on Wednesday June 24th from 6:30-8:30PM:
Due to COVID-19, Stay-at-Home and non-essential business closures there have been changes made to due dates for 2020 Real Estate taxes (spring tax bill). Your discount date remains unchanged for both Crawford County and Summit Township. Changes were made to the face due date.
Crawford County opted to change the county portion of the 2020 Real Estate tax face due date to August 31, 2020, after that date the penalty will be assessed.
**Summit Township did not make the same change.**
Summit Township felt it was in the best interest of residents to change the face due date to November 30, 2020 giving residents more time to pay without penalty. There will be no penalty applied to the township portion of your 2020 real estate taxes if paid in full by November 30, 2020, if paid after that date the penalty will be assessed.
No new bill reflecting this change will be mailed.
County and Township portions must be paid in full at the same time.
Call the Summit Township office or the Summit Township Tax Collector with any questions.
Summit Township will be holding their regular monthly meeting on June 2, 2020 at 7:00 pm as scheduled, however due to the primary election the meeting will not be held at the township building.
The meeting will be held at the Harmonsburg Presbyterian Church located at 14282 Cemetery Road, Harmonsburg.
If you attend the meeting please use appropriate preventative measures. Social distancing practices will be followed to protect all.
Items to be covered on the agenda:
Gibson Park rentals
Armstrong franchise agreement
Review of pending Short Term Rental Ordinance
Pending Subdivision and Land Developments
Other miscellaneous topics that may come before the board.
If you opt not to attend the meeting but have something that you would like addressed at the meeting or would like to comment on an agenda item speak to a supervisor prior to the meeting, or email or call the office.
Plan NOW to attend the Annual Homecoming Picnic, held each year on the last Sunday in June at Gibson Park with festivities beginning at 1:00. Meat, rolls, and beverage will be provided. Bring your own table service and a tureen dish to share.
This invitation is extended to everyone and participation is encouraged. A basket raffle is conducted by the Summit Township Women’s Club. Proceeds are used to benefit the Township’s Food Pantry.
Come and enjoy a day of fun, games and meeting with friends and neighbors. Hope to see you there!
The Master Site Plan for Gibson Park was approved by DCNR. Porter Consulting Engineers has worked closely with township officials and volunteers since 2013 to complete this planning phase for improvements and development. Site information was acquired and discussed, public input meetings were organized, project study committee meetings were held and all of the information that was amassed was critically assessed and processed into this Master Site Plan document. The Project Study Committee included William B. Agnew, Jerauld L. Smith, Harry E. McGrath, Cynthia R. McCoy, Robert Whiteside, Robert G. Agnew, SuAnne Dendis, Grace Agnew.
The Plan was prepared to provide Township Officials and residents as a useful planning tool to guide the future improvements and enhancements, preserving the rural character and natural character of the existing park facilities as well as the construction of new facilities. The completed Plan will offer guidance when requesting financial assistance to future projects.
Financial Assistance for the project was provided by:
The Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Bureau of Recreation and Conservaiton through the Keystone Recreation Park and Conservation Fund
Crawford County Act 13 Funding.
Special Thanks to the Design Team from Porter Consulting Engineers:
Justin C. Dickey, P.E., LEED Accredited Professional