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, October 10th, 2017 at 7:00 at Park Terrace Community United Methodist Church on Glann Rd. in the Terrace. Hope to see you there!
A 20-acre solar energy project is being proposed on the south side of Route 434 between Tioga Boulevard and Old Owego Road. (Attached is a photo of the proposed plan)
The Town of Owego Zoning Board of Appeals is currently considering approval of a special use permit for a 2-megawatt 20 acre solar energy project on the South Side of NY State Route 434 between Tioga Boulevard and Old Owego Road, submitted by Greybark Solar LLC.
For additional information, or to obtain a copy of the proposed plan you can contact the Owego Planning & Zoning Administrator at 687-0123 x6 between the hours of 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.
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.
TIOGA TERRACE CIVIC ASSOCIATION
Saturday, September 30th
9:30 – 11:00 AM
Park Terrace United Methodist Church
Information session by
Department of Aging, Tioga Opportunities, Inc.
This program is for all age group!
The topics to be discussed are as follows:
• Dept. of Aging services to keep people safe at home such as Home Delivered Meals, In-home care services, and Personal Emergency Response Systems
• Recreational and socialization activities like congregate dining, educational presentations, activities at the Countryside Community Center (knitting, painting, cards, etc.)
• Falls Prevention—tips to prevent falls
Refreshments, coffee and tea will be served!
(Bakers are welcomed to bring something)
**A donation box will be placed by the coffee, and a donation is greatly appreciated**
Please contact Jeanet Hazar at 607-625-4711 on or before September 20th to reserve your seat. The Information session is FREE!
Our Garage Sale Coordinator, Rich Ward, has announced his resignation due to family responsibilities. So, we’re looking for one (or two) individuals (co-coordinators) to assume these responsibilities. As you know, this annual event attracts thousands of visitors to our community, generating significant revenue for participating residents. The Coordinator (or co-coordinators) is/are responsible for planning and organizing the May event and for coordinating various activities/working groups that make it successful. These include publicity and advertising, sign crews, and attending key TTCA Board meetings to provide updates. Other Board members are available to assist with many of these tasks. Detailed information and instructions are available to help guide you. If you’re interested in helping us continue this time-honored tradition, or want more information, please contact Nancy Sydlosky, TTCA President, at 258-0276 or via email at email@example.com Thanks!