What’s new here?
The Borough Office has a new location! We are now located at 53B East State Street, the rear entrance of Andover Bank. There is a drop box on the side of the building for payments.
Albion Borough Council Meetings
Council meetings are held at the Borough Office 53B East State Street on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of every month, unless otherwise advertised.
Albion Borough Office is closed for the following Holidays
Friday after Thanksgiving
Monday after Thanksgiving
New Years Eve
New Years Day
Albion Borough Office Hours
Monday – Friday
9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Solicitors within the Borough must register and obtain a permit from the Albion Borough Office. Certain non-profit organizations are exempt. Check with the Borough Office for details.
Trash Pick Up
The Borough contracts for trash pickup on behalf of all Borough residents. To sign up for trash service, call Raccoon Refuse. 1-814-737-9067. They bill all customers directly and all comments concerning trash service should be addressed to the company. Residents may also purchase a sheet of tags for occasional service and they are available at the Borough Office at a cost of $20.00 per sheet (5 tags per sheet).
Brush and Leaf Pick Up
On every Wednesday, Raccoon Refuse will collect a combination of yard waste and/or bundled sticks. All items must be placed at the curb by 6:00 a.m. Wednesday morning. All yard waste is to bagged or bundled. Yard waste is to be placed in CLEAR 30 GALLON PLASTIC BAGS. Large sticks and tree branches are to be cut into 4′ lengths. Multiple sticks are to be tied into a bundle. A bundle is not to larger than 2′ in diameter by 4′ length. Over filled, torn bags, or loose yard waste, and or unbundled tree branches will not be picked up.
The Borough is responsible for plowing all Borough streets. State and Main Streets are State roads and are plowed by PennDot. Overnight parking on all streets if prohibited from November 1st to April 15th, 2:30 a.m. to 6:00 a.m. to allow our crew to plow the streets. Residents are reminded that plowing, shoveling or blowing snow into public streets is a violation of state law.
Pennsylvania “Right To Know”
In accordance with Pennsylvania Right to Know Act, you have the right to request public records by filling out The Right to Know Form and submitting it to the Borough’s Open Records Officer (Borough Manager). A response to each request will be provided within 5 business days.