Tioga Terrace is …

Tioga Terrace is a quiet, friendly residential community consisting of more than 750 families.

“The Terrace,” as it is known, has been home to families since the late 1950s, and remains one of the premier residential communities in the Broome-Tioga County area. Offering a wide variety of quality housing, the Terrace continues to expand and develop.

For its part, the Civic Association promotes information sharing, fellowship and cooperation among Terrace residents, helping to protect the interests of property owners. For over 50 years, it has played an integral role in enhancing the quality of life for Terrace residents.

We hope you find our Web site helpful in learning more about our Association and community. Thanks for visiting.

Our next meeting will be on Tuesday, April 10, 2018 at 7:00 at Park Terrace Community United Methodist Church on Glann Rd. in the Terrace. Hope to see you there!

Emergency Services Volunteers Needed

The TTCA Board met the Apalachin Fire Commissioners Chairman, Brian Rieber and learned a great deal about the workings of our local Emergency Services Responders. We found that even though we are in the process of adding 4 new EMTs to our volunteer responders, we are still in desperate need of Ambulance Drivers. Drivers must be at least 18 years old, have a valid driver’s license, and have no convictions for arson. A physical and a background check will be required. Training is approximately 20 – 30 hours.

Weekly drills are held at Station 1 on Pennsylvania Av on Wednesdays at 7:00pm. Feel free to go and get a feel for what’s involved. Just show up and ask for any Chief . They can answer your questions.

If you are interested in volunteering for any of these positions, you can get information regarding the requirements from the Apalachin Fire Department website www.apalachinfd.com. There is a link to submit an online volunteer application.

School Bus Safety

With school back in session, drivers are reminded to stop at any red light stop signals from stopped school buses. Passing a school bus with its red lights flashing is a serious safety issue and against the law.

TTCA thanks you in advance for doing your part to help ensure that our neighborhood children are safe.

Free Tai Chi classes

For more information, please contact Christine Shaver at 687-4120 ext 313.

Electronic Recycling

Need to get rid of those hard to get rid of electronic devices? Click here for full details on when and where you can go and what you can get rid of. You can also download this Guide and Form that you will need to take with you.

Also, electronics can be recycled anytime at Best Buy on the Vestal Parkway.