Open House for touring new Fire House (left to right: Fireman Ben Curley, Councilman Ed Herd, Chief Preston Sprout, Councilman Craig Reimel, Mayor Tom LaMont) attended but not in picture: Councilwoman Judy Kelly and Councilman Tom Follert.
Street Dept. milling Cedar St.
Left to right: Councilman Craig Reimel, Business Owner Adam Diaz, Councilwoman Judy Kelly and Councilman Tom Follert Council members offer Congratulations and Best Wishes to Adam Diaz at the Susquehanna Transfer Open House held on May 14, 2019.
National Night Out
The unveiling of the Endless Mountains Heritage Region sign on the property of the Susquehanna Historical Society & Museum on June 12, 2018. In the picture is Betty Smith, Curator (left) and EMHR Executive Director Annette Schultz (right) who encourages all to come out and see how many wonderful sites are in Susquehanna Co.
National Night Out
Montrose finest....Street Department.....Ken DiPhillips, Bernie Kinney, and Chris Welsh set up bounce houses for the event.
Winners of the give aways.
Officer Jessica Zaweski awards children with ice cream coupons for wearing their helmets!
Montrose is so lucky to have these talented men working for the Borough! Awesome work! Looks great!
Street Department making repairs on Cherry Street
Officer Hollenbeck spends time with some children who would like to become Police Officers.
The Montrose Borough Street Department not only plows and salt the roads, they also haul away the snow......hard at work!
Montrose Cub Scout Pack 99 visited the Borough office in January to gain insight in government works. The boys are working towards their advancements.
I pass this house everyday on my way to the Post Office, and after each snow event it puts a smile on my face. They have the BEST original snowmen...each storm comes with a new look! Enjoy!
Another project for the Street Department - the newly acquired property by the Borough is being prepared for a white spruce tree, and a "Welcome to Historic Montrose" sign.
Street Department hard at work replacing rotted, broken pipes for storm water drainage.
Lining the new multipurpose court for pickle ball players!
Pickle ball players enjoying the new court!
Basketball court completed! New pavement and court lines!
Another great job by the Montrose Street Department, new curb and sidewalk on Chestnut Street.
Memorial Park under construction once again with Kenny, Bernie, and Chris working hard to complete the project quickly. The basketball court is getting a new base and pavement. A multipurpose court is being added to the park for pickleball and other sports that need to be played on a paved surface.