Special Bid Notice

Homer Township, Potter County, Coudersport, PA is accepting bids for the Southwoods Grant Project, Phase 1, requiring 3,500 tons of 2A limestone and 3,500 tons of 2A Stone. The material will be required to be tailgated. All interested parties will have the opportunity for an on-site visit at the Homer Township Building 348 Southwoods Road Coudersport on Monday, May 10 @ 9:00 a.m. Contact for the site meeting is Otto @ 814-274-7629. If no answer, please leave a clear message, so that your call can be returned.

The bids will be opened at the June 7 Homer Township Meeting @ 7:00 p.m. Bids should be marked bids and sent to the “Township Secretary” at the Homer Township Building, 348 Southwoods Road, Coudersport, PA 16915. Homer Township reserves the right to accept or reject, any or part, of all bids and substandard materials.

Homer Township Supervisors

Mary Freeman, Secretary


Spring Clean-Up 2020

Spring Clean-Up 2020

When: Sat., June 6th 7 a.m.-5 p.m. and Sun., June 7th 7 a.m.-5 p.m.

Location: Homer Township Building, 348 Southwoods Road, Coudersport, PA.

Must show proof of ID (Homer Township resident or camp owner’s only).


  • Asphalt Board
    Ceramic Material
    Crating Materials
    Electrical Fixtures and Wiring
    Empty – Dry Paint Cans
    Fiberglass Insulation
    Forming and Framing Lumber
    Gypsum Board
    Mattresses & Springs
    Metal/Tin Siding
    Old Furniture
    Old Appliances
    Particle Board
    Plastics (sheeting, etc.)
    Shipping Skids
    Roofing Materials (leftovers)
    Slate/Tar Paper
    Terra-cotta Tile/Pipe
    Wood Floors
    Sheet Rock
    Misc. Old Attic, Cellar or Garage Junk
  • No Medical Waste
    No Asbestos
    No Asphalt
    No Baby Diapers
    No Batteries (nickel-lead/acid)
    No Explosives
    No Food Waste
    No Hazardous Waste
    No Infections Waste
    No Lawn Clippings
    No Liquid Waste/any Form or Amount
    No Regular Household Garbage
    No Tar
    No Waste Anti-Freeze
    No Waste Motor Oil
    No Yard Waste (tree limbs, brush)
    No Car Bodies
    No Farm Equipment
    No Burn Barrel Ash
  • This year we are accepting:  Appliances, Refrigerators, Air Conditioners, Freezers, TV’s, Computers, and Tires; which will need to be placed next to the bin & added in last by personnel working the cleanup. This year Homer Township will pay for disposal of these items.

COVID-19’s affect on our trash removal abilities as a community.

Another resource is the Coudersport Area Lions Club which runs a recycling center at the Coudersport Borough complex near Kightlinger Motors. March 30th on Facebook they stated that “Recycling will continue to be open on Saturdays 9-12 for clean, sorted recyclables.”

It was closed on Saturday, April 11, 2020, in honor of the celebration of Easter as stated on their Facebook page. According to the Coudersport Area Chamber of Commerce, Steve Erway is the Lions Club contact at #814-274-8800 if you have any questions related to the recycling center.

Please note that the Homer Township supervisors unanimously voted to NOT put a dumpster at the township building. We can all utilize the services listed above and we could also contact our legislators to request that they open up the Potter County Solid Waste Authority to the public once again, sooner rather than later.

We DO plan to have a Spring Clean-Up as soon as COVID-19 restrictions are lifted.