Borough of West Pittston, Pennsylvania
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Incorporated 1857
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West Pittston Borough Building
555 Exeter Avenue
West Pittston, PA 18643

Phone
Main Office 570-655-7782
Public Works: 570-655-7786
Police (non-emergency) 570-655-7780
Emergency: 911

Office Hours 8:00 to 4:00 weekdays

Recycling Center
505 Delaware Avenue
Open for Recycling 8:00 to noon Saturdays

Borough Manager
Savino Bonita

Borough Secretary
Ellen Riddle

Borough Council
 President
Judy Aita

Members
Charles Alfano
James Butera
John Hood
​Barry Hosier
Adam Ruderman
Ellen Quinn

Mayor
Tom Blaskiewicz

Council Meetings
First Tuesday of the month
6:30 PM in the Borough Building
Council work sessions
Third Tuesday of the month
unless otherwise published
6:30 PM in the Borough Building

Police Chief
Michael Turner

Fire Chief
John Hood
West Pittston Hose Company #1

Zoning/Code Enforcement Officer
Alan J. Brezinski

Public Records Officer
Savino Bonita
NOTICES
Be sure to sign up for CodeRED
CodeRED is an emergency notification service that allows borough officials to notify residents and businesses by telephone, cell phone, text message, email and social media regarding time-sensitive, general and emergency information. Only authorized officials have access to the CodeRED system. .  
Any message regarding the safety, property or welfare of the community will be disseminated using CodeRED.  These include AMBER alerts, hazardous traffic or road conditions, boil water advisories, evacuation notices or community events.
 https://public.coderedweb.com/CNE/BF660248106D
For registration help, call 1-866-939-0911
Required information includes contact name, address, city, state, zip code, phone number and whether the property is a residence or business.

MEETINGS


November 21  --  Borough Council work             session  6:30 PM Borough Building

December 5 -- Borough Council meeting
            6:30 PM Borough Building

December 18 - Borough Council work              session  6:30 PM Borough Building

All meetings are open to the public.


    The West Pittston Police Department has a new website.  Be sure to check it often.  The site is intended to help the West Pittston Police Department with its law enforcement duties. You may email tips, retrieve forms, access other law enforcement sites, or register for code red on the site which is www.westpittstonpd.com
If you have any questions or concerns regarding the website please email turner@westpittstonpd.com
Crime tips may be emailed to
 tip@westpittstonpd.com.
Police Department Website
The Basics
At its regular monthly meeting on November 8, Borough Council adopted a new ordinance regulating the length of time garage cans and other trash bins can be left at the curb.  Residents have a 24-hour window to put containers out for collection and retrieve them.  In any case, the containers must be off the curb within 12 hours of collection.

Following is an abbreviated version of the ordinance.  A complete copy of the ordinance is available in the Borough Office:

Containers or receptacles used for trash, refuse, rubbish or recyclables disposal shall be placed for collection on the resident’s property or the tree lawn, if any, adjacent to the resident’s property and not more than ten (10) feet from the side of the streets or alley from which collection is made. Containers shall be removed within twelve (12) hours after collection is made. No refuse, garbage, rubbish, recyclables and/or ashes may be placed for collection for longer than twenty-four (24) hours prior to the scheduled collection date.

West Pittston Borough or its agent or subcontractor for trash or recycling collection may discontinue or refuse collection services to any person, whether as principal, agent, or employee violating or assisting in violation of any provisions of this ordinance. Any person, whether as principal, agent or employee violating or assisting in violation of any provision of this ordinance shall, upon conviction thereof before a District Magistrate pay a fine of not less than twenty-five ($25) dollars and not more than three hundred ($300) dollars.

New Borough Ordinance:
24-hour Limit for Trash Cans 


Happy Holidays!
and a
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& prosperous
2018