Open Tax Collector Position

Ingram Borough is currently accepting applications for the position of real estate tax collector. This is an elected position that has become vacant; this appointment will expire at the end of 2019.

In order to be eligible for this position, the candidate must be a resident of Ingram, be a registered voter, provide a signed and notarized affidavit certifying continuous residency in Ingram Borough for the previous year and be bondable. The successful Applicant must also attend tax collector training and receive certification within 60 days of appointment (to be payed by the Borough). The successful Applicant must also submit a Pennsylvania State Police Criminal History Record within thirty (30) days of appointment that establishes that they have not been convicted of a crime under Act 48-2015 that prohibits them from taking office.

Tax collection law authorizes the tax collector to deputize an outside agency (subject to approval and paid for by the borough) to collect Ingram Borough real estate tax. Ingram Borough will request the tax collector to be available at the Ingram Borough Building for at least six days (minimum six hours per day) during the last two weeks of June to receive in-person payments from residents. The rate of pay for this position will be $600 per year payable at $50 per month.

The successful Applicant is legally required to collect real estate taxes for the Montour School District from Ingram residents. The rate of pay for this requirement will be set by the school district.

Applications can be dropped off at the Borough Building or emailed to swilfert@ingramborough.org and will be taken until Monday, February 5th. Interviews will be conducted on February 12th at the Borough Building. You will receive a call to schedule.

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First Annual Light Up Our Borough Celebration

Ingram Civics Club proudly announces Ingram’s first annual Christmas Light Up Our Borough celebration, from November 21st through December 21st. Dust off those lights and decorations stuffed in your basement and attics, and get out and show your community no one can out‑Griswold your home. Win prizes and feel community pride. A winner will be announced December 23rd.

New Emergency Resident Notification System

The Borough of Ingram along with the Borough of Crafton have partnered with Nixle to implement a NEW Community Notification System to alert residents in real-time of localized emergency situations and relevant Community advisories.

All alerts will be targeted geographically, allowing residents to receive localized, relevant alerts from Ingram & Crafton Boroughs. Nixle Alerts can be sent via text, e-mail, voice, web, social media and mobile app.

Note: The system will be up and running on November 1st, 2017.

To go to the sign up form, click here.

Trick-or-Treating and Halloween Parade

October 28th, 1:00 – 4:00 PM, starting at the Ingram Borough Building

Ingram’s annual Trick-or-Treating and Halloween Parade will be held on Saturday, October 28th. Activities will begin at the Ingram Borough Building. Come there to display your costume starting at 1:00. Judges will mingle within the crowd and award the winners of our costume contest at 1:30 p.m. The costume winners will be announced over a loud speaker and, after receiving their ribbons, the winners will lead the parade of participants down West Prospect Avenue towards Ingram Avenue. A special treat will await the children as they reach Ingram Avenue and continue on their way to begin trick-or-treating, which will be held from 2:00 – 4:00 p.m.

Pumpkin Painting in the Park

October 14th, 12:00 – 2:00 PM at Foster Park

Stop down to Foster Park where kids, accompanied by an adult, can choose a pumpkin from our “patch” on the large softball field. Kids can then use paint to decorate their pumpkin and take it home with them! Remember to wear paint-friendly clothing. Activity is free of charge and sponsored by Ingram Borough.