DICKSON CITY, Pa. — A drive-thru outdoor testing clinic for the coronavirus will be set up this weekend in Lackawanna County, according to the Pennsylvania Department of Health.

Testing will be available daily from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. starting Saturday, November 21 through Tuesday, November 24, in the parking lot at the former Dickson City K-Mart to help contain the recent rapid increase in COVID-19 cases.


From Friends of the poor, please share to those in need at this time of year. Lets keep our children safe and protected..



Please see brochure below the link for the Lackawanna County Recycling

Lackawanna County Recycling Brochure

This Little Fox was out watching our road crew early one morning. Look at the beautiful colors on it. Then just wandered off into the wood.


An Executive Session taking place on Thursday August 27, 2020 at the

Glenburn Township building at 6:30 PM.


Clothing Giveaway August 29 2020

At the Dalton United Methodist Church see link above for information

Open link below for information.

FEMA Addition Funding for PA Unemployment

Comcast Internet

Open the above link regarding  Comcast extends 60 days of Free Internet Essentials  coverage  till the end of the year.

June 3 and June 5 Food donations were taken to Saint Gregory’s by Supervisor Jim Davis and family and Secretary Treasurer Bernadette Menendez for the Local Food Pantries and on Saturday June 6th to the Griffin Pond Animal Shelter pet food and supplies were delivered. see the pictures of Supervisor Jim Davis children who also contributed by doing a drive by for their birthday donations to help out the cause of helping local families. Its good to start them young.

Thank you to all that contributed to this event.

Glenburn Township will hold its annual spring cleanup on Monday

June 29th, 2020.  Residents are asked to place cleanup items curbside for pick-up the night before.

Metals must be kept separate from other items. Items that will not be picked up include:  Regular household trash, recyclables, grass or leaves,non-compactable items such as brick, block and concrete, cast iron, auto parts, tires, batteries, motor oil or lubricants, non-water base paint and lacquers and stains (dried up water base  paint cans ok), paint thinners or turpentine, pesticides, hazardous, noxious, caustic, or acid chemicals, asbestos, metal drums, propane tanks, oil/gas containing items, explosives of any type including gun loading materials and electronics. Refrigerators/freezers/air conditioners must be certified Freon free with a tag containing the technicians ID number and dated.

Bernadette Menendez Secretary Treasurer

March 19, 2020

Declaration of Disaster Emergency Corona Virus 19

At last nights meeting of the Township Supervisors signed the above declaration of disaster emergency for Glenburn Township.

Our office is working to keep us up to date on all that is going on, but we are closed to the public for safety of our employees. Our road crew is on call for any emergencies in the township also.

As stated before, please call us for any questions or concerns or email us. We will do what ever we can to help our residents or get the appropriate answers for all.

Be safe, stay away from being in crowds.

Call the Geisinger number if you have questions and think you may need to be tested at  their hotline 570-284-3657 option # 3.

Starting February 2020 the Township meetings will be on the 3rd Wednesday of each month at 7:00 PM

2020 Supervisors Meetings  The Board of Supervisors meet the third Wednesday of each month at 7:00 PM at the Township Building located at 54 Waterford Road, Dalton, PA.  The public is always invited to attend these meetings to discuss Township issues and concerns.  Please call ahead if you would like to be placed on the agenda.  

Schedule of  2020 Meetings: Re-org- Jan 7,General Meetings Jan 21, Feb 19, March 18, Apr 15, May 20, June 17, July 22, Aug 19, Sept 16,Oct 21,Nov 18, Dec 16 Reorganization Meeting January 4, 2021

Precision National Plating –  to view current test results on wells here is the website


The site is has updated information on the well testing from this past year.

At their last township meeting with Glenburn Township the PA Dept of Health Representative  also gave her information to be put on this site if residents have any questions to contact her-

Bevin S. Durant Fidler, MPH

Epidemiology Research Associate

Phone 717-787-3350 – e-mail bduranfid@pa.gov

Pennsylvania Act 44 Municipalities Pension Trust Disclosure Form Link  Act 44 Pension Disclosure Link 2017.pdf     

Due to the 911 Addressing Project you may need to update your address with the Lackawanna County Assessor’s Office!  Click on PDF File for details! Changing your address with the LC Tax Collector.pdf  

Emergency Phone Call Information:  In the event of an emergency tell the 911 operator that you live in Glenburn Township along with your street address even though your address may say Dalton, Clarks Summit or Waverly.  This is helpful to the dispatchers in locating your residence. 

Lackawanna County Events – Check the Lackawanna County Website for Arts and Culture Events, Park Programs, Trails, Libraries and other Countywide programs.  Follow this link: www.LackawannaCounty.org   

Lackawanna County Events and notices 2020

Link to Countryside Conservancy – www.countrysideconservancy.com

Link to most current SAPA Plan – Adjusted SAPA Plan.pdf

Link to Abington Area Community Classroom –https://abingtonareacommunityclassroom.wordpress.com/   

The Township Secretary is also the “Right to Know” officer.  The State Office of Open Records is located in the Commonwealth Keystone Building, 400 North St., Plaza Level, Harrisburg, PA 17120.  The phone number is: 717-346-9903.  The Website is: www.openrecords.pa.gov.  The email is openrecords@pa.gov.  To get a “Right to Know Form” Click  Form-Uniform-Request-1.pdf