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Fair Housing Act of 1968 Information
If you believe you have experienced discrimination in renting or buying a home, getting a mortgage, seeking housing assistance, or engaging in other housing-related activities, you can file a complaint with HUD. You can also file a complaint if you believe you have been denied an equal opportunity to participate in a HUD program.
Sandy Township Affirmatively Furthers Fair Housing
For additional information or questions please contact:
1094 Chestnut Ave
DuBois, PA 15801
or Email the secretary/treasurer
Click here to visit the HUD website for more info...
For Water leak emergencies in your home or on your street after 4pm Monday through Friday or on a weekend, please call the Non-emergency county control number listed above in the picture for the quickest response.
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Sandy Township, was established as a 2nd class township in 1878, and is governed by a five member Board of Supervisors. It is home to a myriad of businesses, industrial parks, and an intermodal rail hub. A growing residential, commercial, and industrial community that encompasses 52 square miles. The 2010 census shows the total population of Sandy Township at 10,625, with 5,058 housing units; the largest municipality in Clearfield County. Within the borders of the township is a gated recreational subdivision known as Treasure Lake with a population of 3,861 and 2,034 total housing units.
Sandy Township Clean Up Day Information:
The 2nd Monday of each month until 4pm.
Items you can dispose of are limited. Please read the announcement flier for more information.
The township contains a 12 acre recreational park which offers rental pavillions, a playground, volleyball court, walking paths, a groomed and fenced baseball/softball field, concession stand, and full running water bathrooms. The park is open seasonally from May through October each year. During the seasonally open times, the park is unlocked and available from dawn to dusk and is attended part time by a maintenance official.
In a constant effort to continue growing the economy of the area, Sandy Township has partnered with the City of DuBois and Falls Creek Borough to form the SDF Enterprise Zones within the state efforts of the Department of Economic and Community Development. Because of this state designation the SDF EZ group is afforded the ability to apply, on behalf of indutrial and manufacturing businesses located within the EZs, for the competetive grant to loan program that they offer to provide businesses with very low interest loans for various projects. If you own a business currently in the Sandy Township, DuBois, or Falls Creek area or are looking to relocate to the area; check out the Economic Development department page for more information. We can help!