Call your local coordinator for further information or for a map of county drop-off locations click here.
A 911 address can be obtained through the Mapping Department. An application for a new address must be completed for new construction. The application can be found here.
The Mapping Department has maps available for purchase and can create custom maps upon request. For rates and pricing see our Products Request Form.
The Huntingdon County Mapping Department. More information about UIP Certification can be found here.
Pennsylvania recycled 2.4 million tons of materials in 1996, or 25.9% of the waste generated.
The Huntingdon County Planning Commission typically meets on the third Thursday of the month at 7 p.m. in the Annex 1 meeting room, located at 205 Penn Street, Huntingdon, PA 16652. All meetings are advertised in the Huntingdon Daily News. You can also find the exact schedule here:
These meetings are public meetings and welcome to visitors. Planning Commission agendas allow for a public comment period at every meeting. If there is a lengthy issue that a memember of the public would like to address, it is recommended that the department be contacted ahead of time to request for time on the agenda via phone at (814) 643-5091 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Aluminum cans, steel/tin cans, bimetal cans, dry newspapers, dry telephone books, dry magazines and catalogs.
Yes, we can. A green shopper shops with the Earth in mind. That means buying products with recycled content, less packaging or very little waste. A green shopper would probably buy rechargeable batteries for new toys, instead of the single-use kind. Or they might give gift certificates for time and talent or tickets to an event. These gifts create very little waste, and keep on giving after the holidays.
NO. Applications MUST be hand delivered to our office.
There are many stores in our area that will accept used items like toys and clothes. Check in the yellow pages under Clothing-Bought & Sold, Vintage Clothing Stores, or under other specific product headings. Also, look up Goodwill in the white pages.
Yes. The total cost of the permit is $25.00. A payment of $10.00 must accompany the application upon returning it. The balance of $15.00 is to be paid upon receiving your permit. If your application is rejected, the $10.00 fee will not be returned.
Tie stacks of newspapers with string or place in brown paper bags.
Applicants must be at least 21 years of age and reside in Huntingdon County.
Pennsylvanians recycle 3.9 tons of material or 32.7% of Pennsylvania's trash was recycled.
In 2006 Huntingdon County recycled 10,957 tons of recyclables, 27.6% of the waste generated.
It will take about two weeks to process your application. You must return to our office to have your photo taken, therefore your permit cannot be mailed to you.
Huntingdon County does not have an adopted Subdivision and Land Development Ordinance (SALDO), therefore the County reviews the plans based upon the locally adopted municipal ordinance. While all municipal plan submission procedures are different, it is recommended that the applicant contact the municipality that the property is located. Typically, one copy of the plan will be forwarded to the county with a completed county SALD application (including the municipal signature and land owner signature), plan review fee, and any other required information that can include a post-construction stormwater plan (PCSM) and/or an Erosion and Sedimentation (E&S) Control Plan. Plans will be reviewed within 30 days of a complete submission and the review letter will be forwarded to the applicant, plan preparer, and municipality. You can review the entire County Subdivision/Land Developent Plan Review Policy here: http://www.huntingdoncounty.net/Dept/Planning/Documents/Subdivision%20Review%20Policy%206_19_14.pdf
Yes, you can. Many businesses send you advertising in the mail that you didn't request. This mail is called unsolicited advertising, but most of us refer to it as junk mail because we throw it away (or recycle it) as soon as we get it. You can reduce the amount of junk mail you receive by sending a request to have your name removed from mass mailing lists. Be sure to include the names of all members of your household and your address.
Send information to the following address:
Mail Preference Service, Direct Marketing Association, P.O. Box 9008, Farmingdale, New York 11735
Even if you have done this before, your name has probably been added back to lists, and you will need to do it again.
No, you do not have to remove labels, but make sure all recyclables are clean and no food products are left in containers.
Dry up old latex paint by dumping it onto newspapers or adding clay based kitty litter. If you have a gallon or more call your local church, Salvation Army, or a local theater group to see if it can be reused.
Any oil based paint can be disposed of during our household hazardous waste collection in October.
Huntingdon County residents can recycle plastics and glass during one of our special collections. Huntingdon Borough collects 1 & 2 clear plastic bottles at their curbside program. Contact your local Recycling Coordinator
for further information.