3.17.20 RELEASE: COVID-19 Community Resource
Indiana Borough – Borough Administration and Police continue working closely with all community partners and following the recommendations of the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and Pennsylvania Department of Health. We remain equipped for and fully committed to the flexibility necessary to promote the highest levels of health, well-being, peace, safety, and comfort in our community. We continue asking for and following the practices of good hygiene, social distancing, care for others, and maintaining an adequate perspective through these unique times. We are all best when working together.
Your employees remain working tirelessly and your police department remains immediately available for all community needs. Borough Council will continue meeting as scheduled and as necessary to assure residents are receiving best services and staff is being supported. Non-traditional strategies are being explored to assure the health and well-being of those participating and/or interested in observing.
Our ability to remain flexible and your continued support provide a solid platform for community success. We remain committed to local business, all residents, every community partner, and each other. No one is alone. We are all in this together.
Borough Council, Administration, Staff, and Police are available for all purposes. In an emergency contact 911. Business calls can be directed to 724-465-6691. You can send an email to email@example.com. We are available online at www.indianaboro.com. For police assistance call 724-349-2121. Walk-in traffic will be greeted during normal business hours at the lobby doors.
Contact us immediately if you know or have reason to believe a neighbor is having difficulty with this moment in time. A two-page resource guide from the CDC remains available in the lobby area of the Indiana Borough Municipal Building, 80 North 8th Street, regarding best practices for health and wellbeing. This information is not specific to Indiana Borough and the same information can be obtained online from the CDC.