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2020 Census

Put simply, the census will determine, for the next 10 years, how much of our federal and state tax $$ get returned to our County and our Borough.  It is important.

Beginning August 11, households that have not responded to the 2020 Census online, by phone or by mail will begin to be visited by Census Takers.

  • These workers will have taken an oath to keep respondents’ information confidential.
  • They will conduct appropriately social distanced interviews to collect information from the residents.
  • They will be from the communities in which they are working.

Take time to share the imminence of Census workers in your community with your residents. You can also remind your residents that if they respond, a Census Taker will probably not visit their house.

Below are links to web pages to provide information to residents and law enforcement.

It is not too late to complete your census online or by phone.  Visit https://2020census.gov/ 
 

Mayor's Newsletter
Mayor Miscoe has issued his latest, June 2020 Newsletter.
Click on the button below for a copy in PDF format.



Water Line Flushing

A message from Dean on water line flushing in preparation for July 4th Weekend:

Indian Lake Borough will be flushing waterlines from Monday June 29th, 2020 to Friday July 3rd, 2020. You may experience cloudy water and low water pressure during this time frame due to the flushing process. If you have any questions or concerns, please go to the Borough web site at www.indianlakepa.us for further details or you can e-mail me at Dean@indianlakepa.us.

Thank You,
Dean Snyder
Indian Lake Water Operator

 
Fireworks 

Fireworks will be Saturday, July 4th, weather permitting.  Per the long-range forecast:
 
Some clouds and possibly an isolated thunderstorm in the afternoon; High 82 degrees, Winds W at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of rain 30%.
 
Fingers crossed...
 

Water Treatment Project

A permit request has been prepared and submitted to DEP for a second storage tank and a treatment plant, adjacent to the Cherry Lane Tank, for removal of iron and manganese from our drinking water.  The project cost is expected to be just under $1.5 Million, and we hope to obtain a low-interest PennVest loan to pay for it.  Repayment is expected to occur over the next 20 years or so and will be accomplished by increased rates.  Rates are expected to go up between $100-$150 per year, beginning in 2021.  Should you have questions, please contact Council@indianlakepa.us .
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