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DuBois, Sandy Township Consolidation Meeting

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DuBois, PA – Consultants went over the results of an in-depth study on how a possible merger of the City of DuBois and Sandy Township would work. It’s the first step in what could be a potential consolidation, something which both the city and township have considered numerous times in the past.

Click here to view the full Consolidation Study Report

One of the main concerns from residents is that some of the fire stations could go by the wayside if a merger happened, which is something that the consultants didn’t shy away from talking about.

The study did find that a consolidation into one bigger city could potentially save hundreds of thousands of dollars, would reduce property taxes for the majority of people and would lower utility costs, but it would be saving that money by eliminating duplicates, including cutting some jobs and departments.

Again, this is just a study of how a consolidation could work out, and this does not mean that either the city or township is ready to move forward with the plan yet. In fact, according to the consultants, even with a very aggressive timeline, the process wouldn’t even start until at the earliest summer of 2022.

We have a link on our website and Facebook page to the video of the meeting and the full consolidation study, which is 216 pages long.

Click here to view the full Consolidation Study Report

To watch the video, use the following link:



POSTED 3/16/21

DuBois, PA – The City of DuBois and Sandy Township, as they continue to consider consolidating and joining together, are holding a presentation about what that consolidation could mean.

It will be held on Tuesday, March 16 from 6 until 8 p.m. at the DuBois Country Club.

You can attend in person, call in via phone, or watch the live stream online.

Please submit any questions you might have to [email protected] PRIOR to the presentation.

No questions will be taken during the presentation.




Click here to view the full Consolidation Study Report


A Public Meeting will be held on March 16, 2021 at 6 PM.  Questions and comments on the study can be sent to: [email protected]  Click here to view the Event Flyer


**The in-person meeting will only be open to the media and Township or City residents, business owners, and employees.  There is a 150 person limit, masks will be required.  Doors will open at 5:30 PM.


To access the March 16, 2021 Public Meeting use the following link:

or  call:  (301) 715-8592