Trick or Treat & Halloween Parade

Saturday, October 26, 2019, 1pm-4pm

Ingram’s Annual Trick or Treat and Halloween Parade will be held on Saturday, October 26th. Activities will begin at the Ingram Borough Building. Come there to display your costume starting at 1:00pm. Judges will mingle within the crowd and award the winners of our costume contest at 1:30pm. The costume contest winners will be announced over a loud speaker and after receiving their medals 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. Events will occur rain or shine!

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Paint a Pumpkin

Friday, October 18th, 5pm-7pm

Stop on 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 clothes! Activity is sponsored by Ingram Borough Council and is free of charge!

Should the weather be poor, we will relocate from by the field to the large picnic shelter by the park!

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At Your Door Special Collection Service

Residents in Ingram Borough have access to a convenient service to properly dispose and recycle household hazardous waste. These items include paints, household cleaners, compact florescent lamps (CFL), automotive products, garden chemicals, batteries, electronics and more.

This service is in addition to your waste and recycling service provided by Waste Management. There is no additional charge to participate.

To participate, you must set up a collection appointment. There are three ways to schedule a collection:

Go to
Call 1-800-449-7587

Notice from PA American Water

Attention Pennsylvania American customers: As part of the annual maintenance program for our Greater Pittsburgh area water distribution system, we will be temporarily changing the disinfection treatment process to free chlorine. Although you might notice an increase in the taste and smell of chlorine as a result of the change, the water quality will continue to meet all drinking water standards. Again, this change is temporary and will take place between Tuesday, March 5th through April 8th. For more information, visit the Alerts Notification page on our website at Thank you for your patience while we complete this important maintenance.