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

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
Judy Aita

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

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
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.
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.


August 1  --  Borough Council
            6:30 PM Borough Building

August 2 -- Parks & Recreation Board
            7 PM Borough Building

August 8 - Shade Tree Commission
             7 PM Borough Building

August 22 - 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
If you have any questions or concerns regarding the website please email
Crime tips may be emailed to
Police Department Website
The Basics


Wyoming Valley Sanitary Authority (WVSA) hereby gives notice of the 30-day public comment period for its National Pollutant Discharge Elimination (NPDES) Stormwater Discharges from Small Municipal Separate Storm Sewer Systems (MS4) Pollutant Reduction Plan (PRP). Best management practices (BMPs) are proposed in the regional Plan to satisfy PRP requirements for the Chesapeake Bay and local stream impairments.

The public is invited to review this document and provide written comments to the Executive Director.
PO Box 33A, Wilkes-Barre, PA 18703
James B. Tomaine, P.E. –

The 30-day public comment period begins August 1, 2017 and ends August 31, 2017.
The Plan will be discussed at a public meeting on August 10, 2017 starting at 4PM at the offices of WVSA.

The municipalities participating in the regional Plan include the Cities of Nanticoke, Pittston, and Wilkes-Barre; the Boroughs of Ashley, Courtdale, Dureyea, Edwardsville, Exeter, Forty Fort, Hughestown, Kingston, Laflin, Larksville, Luzerne, Plymouth, Pringle, Sugar Notch, Swoyersville, Warrior Run, West Pittston, West Wyoming, Wyoming, and Yatesville; and the Townships of Hanover, Jackson, Jenkins, Lehman, Newport, Pittston, Plains, Plymouth, and Wilkes-Barre.

Web Link to the WVSA Web Site and The Regional Pollutant Reduction Plan:

Friday, September 1, marks the beginning of National Preparedness Month (NPM) 2017. 

This year’s theme is Disasters Don’t Plan Ahead. You Can. In addition to the overarching theme for the month, each week has a theme highlighting different preparedness actions.

The focus for the first week of NPM, September 1-9, is, Make a Plan for Yourself, Family, and Friends. Learn how to plan with the following steps from the Ready Campaign:
Make an Emergency Plan. 
Sign up for alerts and warnings in your area. 
Learn your evacuation zone and have an evacuation plan. 
Check your insurance coverage and review the Document and Insure Your Property guide. 
Plan financially for the possibility of disaster. 

National Prepareathon Day, September 15, is the perfect time for families, businesses, and organizations to take a few minutes to discuss their emergency plan. It is a day of action when families, organizations, and entire communities can practice their plan and better prepare for hazards and other emergencies.

If you plan to host a preparedness event, we encourage you to share it on the Prepareathon website. You can find more resources for National Preparedness Month, including the NPM social media toolkit, at 
uble click here to add text.
Make a Plan 
During National Preparedness Month