Need Help Lowering Your Electric Bill?

First Energy’s WARM Program can help you lower your electric bill and keep your home more comfortable in the winter and summer months.  No payment is required for these services. It is available to homeowners and renters.

To be eligible for this program, you must have:

  • Average electric usage of at least 375 kWh per month
  • A gross (before tax) household income at or below 200% of 2022 Federal Poverty 2022 Guidelines

To apply, please call the Dollar Energy Fund at 1-888-282-6816 or click here to complete the application online

Reminder: Report Broadband Connectivity Issues to FCC ASAP  

With the latest influx of funding, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is collecting broadband information from consumers to create updated maps that display fixed and mobile broadband availability, as well as lack of access. Township officials and their residents are encouraged to participate and tell the FCC about their access issues or lack of access as soon as possible. These maps will dictate which communities receive broadband funding.

Consumers can share their broadband experience by filling out a short form detailing their lack of connectivity and uploading supporting documents. If you have trouble filling out the webform, you can call 888-225-5322. (Editor’s note: Only the federal government would ask you to upload forms to document that you don’t have internet connectivity… Use the phone!)

For those with service, the FCC has a Speed Test app available that can be downloaded and run to demonstrate actual broadband speeds for both mobile and in-home broadband networks. In addition to showing your network performance test results, the app also provides the test results to the FCC as part of its Measuring Broadband America Program.  Click here to learn more about the Speed Test and how to participate.

End of Summer Clean Up Days

End of Summer Clean Up Days are almost here! Dumpsters will be available on August 27-28. These are the only days to discard of large items such as: furniture, tires, building supplies, large household appliances.

You can NEVER dump televisions, computers or hazardous waste.

Stone Bid

Gibson Township will be accepting bids for 500,000 more or less tons of 2A, 2B, 1B, #3, 2RC, and Aashto, material must be from a “DEP permitted quarry,” to be delivered on as needed basis to the TOWNSHIP GARAGE located at 817 Castle Garden Road, Driftwood, PA 15832. Sealed bids will be received by Gibson Township until 3:00 p.m. Monday, June 20, 2022 at the office of the Township, PO Box 7, 7656 Bridge Street, Driftwood, PA 15832. Please mark “Stone bids” on the envelope. Bids will be opened at 7:00 p.m. Monday, June 20, 2022 at the regular meeting of Gibson Township supervisors. The Township Board of Supervisors reserve the right to reject any and all bids.

Special Meeting

The Gibson Township Board of Supervisors will be holding a special meeting to review the Millings Transport Bids. This meeting will be held at the Township Municipal Building at 5:00pm on Wednesday, April 6, 2022. 

Millings Transport Bid

Gibson Township, Cameron County, Board of Supervisors is currently accepting Sealed proposals to transport 8,000 tons of millings from Keating to Gibson Township until 5:00pm on Wednesday, April 6, 2022. Project will be awarded at a special meeting of the township immediately after bid deadline. Note: This project is not to exceed 2 weeks. These bids can be left in the drop box located at 7656 Bridge St. or mailed to PO Box 7, Driftwood, PA, 15832 at which time they will be opened publicly and read. If you would like any additional information, please contact Scott via email at Bids must be submitted in a sealed envelope marked “Millings Transport Bid”. The Board of Supervisors reserves the right to reject any or all bids. 

2022 Trash Rates

Resident: $100.00 per year
Seasonal camp*: $100.00 per year
Business: $300.00 per year
Campground: $400.00 per year

A late charge of $25 will be assessed to accounts that are 30 days in arrears

*According to our Solid Waste Ordinance:
Section 1: Definition “Camp and/or recreational use and /or seasonal residence”, shall mean each structure, property, or other dwelling used primarily during the summer, or hunting or fishing season, or otherwise, in which permanent residents do not reside on substantially a year-round basis; or otherwise, a property assessed as a camp or seasonal use property in the current Assessment records of Cameron County.

*A camp and/or recreational use and/or seasonal residence does not mean you have to own the property, it can be a non-moveable structure on leased property.

2022 Clean-Up Days

The 2022 Clean-Up Days are scheduled for May 21-22 and August 27-28. These are the only days to discard of large items such as: furniture, tires, building supplies, large household appliances.

You can NEVER dump televisions, computers or hazardous waste.

Job Posting

Gibson Township is accepting applications for a full-time Road Master.  Must have experience to operate equipment, help with road maintenance, township property maintenance and trash pickup. Carry out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the townships policies.   Valid driver’s license required.  $21.00/hr, plus benefits and retirement plan.