The Official Site for the
Borough of St. Clair
Welcome to the St. Clair Borough web site. We encourage you to revisit the site often as it will be continuously updated. The site contains a wealth of information regarding your municipality.
Several downloadable forms are provided for your convenience. Download and print the required form. Fill in the form legibly and as accurately as possible. Mail or drop off the form to the municipal building at 16 S. Third St., St. Clair, PA 17970. Questions may be directed to 570-429-0640
Now accepting ACH payments !
As an added feature to paying your bills online, St. Clair Borough Electric Light Department will now be accepting ACH payments with a flat fee of $1.50 charged to our citizens paying utility payments online. This means that people may now pay directly from their bank accounts; no debit or credit cards are needed.
To make your ACH payments, go online to pay your bills as in the past but you will now see another option for ACH payments.
All fees charged to our citizens will be stated clearly and accepted on our web page before they commit to the payment online. Citizens have the option to cancel their transaction at any time prior to submitting their payment. Please note that all fees charged are the charges made by the company providing online payments and are not kept by the Borough.
Pay your bills online
For your convenience, beginning immediately we will begin accepting online payments for Electric and Garbage bills. Payment by Discover and Master Card will be accepted. The process is similar to a shopping cart checkout as done at Amazon.com and many other online retailers.
A link for the on-line payment process can be found on the home page of our web site in the rightmost column under the heading Around Town > Pay your bills here.
If you have any questions regarding the on-line payment process, contact us during normal business hours at 570-429-0640.
Bear on Front Street
On Monday, May 5th the Pennsylvania Game Commission safely removed a 150 pound bear from a tree near the Carroll and Front Street intersection. This photo was taken after the bear was tranquilized; he lies motionless on the ground. To view more photos, click here.
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