Roaring Spring Borough is accepting sealed bids until 4:00 pm Monday, August 14, 2017 for the sale of Borough Real Estate located at the intersection of Poplar Street and Cemetery Avenue.

Lot #1, located in the R-3 Multi-Family Residential Zone, is the site of the former Roaring Spring Elementary School and is identified as Blair County Tax Parcel Number 18-1-157.

Lot #2 is the gravel parking lot across the street from Lot #1, on the corner of Cemetery Avenue and Poplar Street and is identified as Blair County Tax Parcel Number 18-1-158. It is also located in the R-3 Multi-Family Residential zone.

The two lots will be sold together and any bid must be for both lots.

All bids must be sealed and the envelope clearly marked “Bid for Poplar Street Property”. The sealed bid should be forwarded to:

Roaring Spring Borough
616 Spang Street
Roaring Spring, PA 16673

Bids will be opened at the regular monthly meeting of the Roaring Spring Borough on Monday, August 14, 2017 at 7:00 pm.

The winning bid will be accepted on the condition that payment in full of the purchase price shall be made within sixty (60) days of acceptance of the bid. Roaring Spring Borough reserves the right to reject any and all bids if such bids are deemed to be less than the fair market value of the property. Please contact the Borough Office at 224-4814 with any questions.


Our office will be closed from

12:00 noon Tuesday, August 15, 2017

& Wednesday, August 16, 2017.

We will re-open

Thursday August 17, 2017.




In a beautiful and fertile limestone valley that was once called The Great Cove, there is a great spring.It is said that the roar of the spring water could be heard from miles around. Geologists believe that there is a subterranean lake in The Great Cove, and that the spring is an outlet from this lake.

Welcome to Roaring Spring, the town that grew around this natural wonder. The Great Cove has become Morrison’s Cove, and the spring is now enclosed in a stone arch with much of its water diverted into pipes. Its “roar” has turned to a gentle murmur, but it still puts forth 8 million gallons of water daily.

The centerpiece of Spring Dam Park is an electric fountain which was completed in 1937. Three primary colors were used in a intricate lighting arrangement, and they are blended to create a remarkable series of colorful shades. This beautiful setting, with a newly restored 1942 PRR N5C caboose and Blair County’s only remaining train station next to it, draws residents and visitors alike, and many of the town’s celebrations and special events are held here.

Public Notification

View the new The Waterfowl and Fish Ordinance. For additional information, please see the waterfowl and fish brochure.

Updated Thursday 27 August 2009