Christmas Market: The European style Christmas Market planning is in full swing! The dates of the Christmas Market will be December 7th from 11:00am to 7:00pm with a tree lighting at 6:00pm and December 8th from 12:00pm to 6:00pm. The popular carriage rides will be available again this year as well as the 2nd annual Ugly Sweater 1 Mile Fun Run. Vendors are booked with the exception of a few  more food/drink vendors desired. Anyone interested in providing entertainment during the Christmas Market is welcome. Some examples of entertainment includes barbershop quartets or small bands. If an individual or company would like to sponsor this great community event, please contact the Borough Hall at 570-945-7484. Volunteers are also welcome for organization, decorating, planning, and the popular Elf School for the children. Anyone interested in helping with planning can attend any of the meetings.

The next planning meeting will be Wednesday, October 30th at 6:30pm.

Additional help is needed for hanging lights in the park on Saturday, November 23rd at 9:00am and putting up the storefront booths on Sunday, December 1st at 9:00am. There is no need to sign up, just come!

Park Rental:
You can rent the Creekside Park with many amenities including the pavilion and picnic tables, concession stand, refrigerator, and bathrooms. Access to the playground and fields are also available but are also open to the public. Check the website for available dates on the calendar, download and print an application on the “Ordinances and Forms” tab, and submit to the Borough Hall with the fee.

If you are interested in renting a smaller space, consider the Christy Mathewson Park. You will have access to the pavilion with picnic tables, the baseball field, basketball courts, a walking trail, and bathrooms. Contact Ed Nowakowski at 570-945-5638 to book events.

Calendar: Please check out our calendar for Factoryville Borough events in the community as well as use of the borough hall, park, and other important dates. You don’t want to miss out!

New Borough Trucks: The Borough was able to buy a new plow truck this year to utilize for next winter. The truck is currently at Bradco Supply in Towanda for the upfit to add the truck bed and the plow. The old truck is going to be sold to the Lackawanna Trail School District. We were also able to get a deal on a new pickup for Borough usage. You can see the picture on Facebook.

Rental Inspection Ordinance: Factoryville Borough Council passed a rental inspection ordinance at their May 8th meeting.  Due to some revisions that needed to be made the ordinance will not take effect until the the first of the year. Landlords will be expecte to complete the form as well as any additional information and fees. Be sure to read the ordinance to include all necessary information in the application. Information can be found under the “Ordinances” heading or by contacting the Borough office:  manager@factoryville.org or 570-945-7484.





Older stories:

The Factoryville Borough and Clinton Township Joint Municipal Sewer Authority was highlighted in the Pennysylvania Rural Water Associations quarterly magazine.  We were honored to be named “Featured Wastewater System”  in the Fall issue of their magazine “Keystone Tap”.  The PDF version of “Keystone Tap” is available below.  We are featured on pages 44 and 45.

Keystone Tap – 2013 Fall

Please come to our monthly meetings to see what your elected and appointed officials are accomplishing.  The Sewer Authority meets on the second Wednesday each month at 6:00 and Borough Council meets on the same night at 6:30 or immediately following the sewer meeting. 

The Borough is awaiting information on several grant applications for improvements to our two parks.

Our 2012 Act 13 Impact Fee funds were used for fixing stormwater problems in the Borough.

A grant for new bleachers at Christy Mathewson Park is in the final development stages and will be noticeable soon.

The Borough is very proud of the Factoryville Men’s Civic Club for spearheading efforts to install a community sign on SR 6/11.  Numerous other organizations contributed to the purchase including a large donation by the PS Bank.  Borough resident, Dan Nowakowski is doing an outstanding job managing the content on the sign.  To reach Dan, please email him at sign@factoryville.org

Dedication of Mathewson Park Apartments

6 Maple Street, Factoryville PA

The Mathewson Park Apartments are managed
by the Wyoming County Housing Authority

This is a Senior Housing Complex
Each one bedroom apartment includes:
Fully equipped kitchen
Front door security
Wall to wall carpeting
Wheelchair accessible/adaptable
Window shades
Community room
Call 942-6155 for an application and appointment

Justin Clark worked on a wetland demonstration area at the Clinton Township – Factoryville Borough Joint Municipal park located at 154 Creek Road in Clinton Township just across the street from the Clinton Township Municipal building.

The Factoryville Men’s Civic Club recently rebuilt the outdoor classroom at Christy Mathewson Park. Thanks to Matt Spott, Spott Construction for managing the project. Please thank all the Factoryville Men’s Civic Club volunteers that came out to help Matt rebuild the classroom at Christy Mathewson Park.

Christy Mathewson Days

August 8 – 12, 2006

Frank Deford, author of the Old Ball Game speaks to the crowds at Christy Mathewson Park

2006 celebrated the 50th anniversary of the Christy Mathewson Little League organization. Part of the weekends events included:

National Public Radio Commentator, Sports Illustrated Writer, and Author of The Old Ball Game, Frank Deford visited Factoryville during Christy Mathewson Days this year. Eddie Friersonl presented Matty, An evening with Christy Mathewson on Friday August 11, 2006

Thanks to everyone for helping make Christy Mathewson Days a success!

161 College Avenue
Post Office Box 277
Factoryville, PA 18419
Phone: 570-945-7484
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