West Mayfield Borough

Established 1923 | A Nice Place to Live

West Mayfield Borough - Established 1923 | A Nice Place to Live

Open Burning Notice

barrelfireREMINDER: It is unlawful to burn leaves at any time or to burn any material creating noxious or offensive odors.

In the months of June, July, and August open burning is only permitted on Saturdays 6am-6pm.

Burning during other months is only permitted Tuesday-Saturday, 6am-6pm.

Protect our air quality. Please report violations of this ordinance (Chapter 660) to the Beaver Falls Police Dept. (724-846-7000)

 

 

 

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All-U-Can-Eat Breakfast: April 13, 2014

eggs most any style

pancakes and French toast

bacon and sausage

homefried potatoes

white and wheat toast

coffee, tea, milk, and juice

TAKE OUT AVAILABLE!

$7 Adult | $4.50 11-6 years old | FREE 5 years old and younger

Sunday Breakfast!

8:00am – 1:00pm

(2nd Sunday of the month | no breakfasts June, July, August)

At the Fire Hall (706 37th Street in West Mayfield Borough)

In times of trouble, the citizens of West Mayfield Borough depend on the brave men and women of their volunteer fire department.  And so might you!

Over the years, West Mayfield Fire Dept. has responded to  hundreds of “mutual aid” requests from surrounding communities.  Whether it’s a fire, flood, power outage, traffic emergency, or medical crisis the volunteers of West Mayfield take the call–day or night.

Now they need your help!

Don’t miss this important fundraiser for

the West Mayfield Volunteer Fire Department.

 All proceeds help maintain and support the fire and rescue service.

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Next Council Meeting: April 10, 2014

West Mayfield Borough Council meets on the 2nd Thursday of each month at 6:30pm on February 13, 2014.

The meeting is open to the public and will take place in the Council Chambers, 4609 W. 8th Ave.  All citizens having business before the council are advised to be on time for the start of the meeting.

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Project Rd. to be Renamed

Change is coming! In February 2014, council decided to change the name of “Project Rd.” to “West 10th Ave.”

The change is consistent with the current east-west numerical street numbering system north of 37th St., and no resident will have to change their home address.

Long-time residents may recall when the housing plan at the top of 37th St. was called “the projects,” but the neighborhood is now called “Mayfield Village.” Officially, “the projects” no longer exists.

“This change will make it easier for emergency first responders, delivery persons, or visitors to navigate through the borough,” said council vice-president, Bill Heaton.

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Intellectual Property Notice

The original text and graphic images on this site (www.westmayfieldborough.us) are protected under US and international copyright laws, and the terms and conditions set by West Mayfield Borough.

Original content on this site is not in the public domain, and it may not be appropriated for commercial or other purposes without attribution and the express consent of West Mayfield Borough and/or its creator.

© 2014 West Mayfield Borough. All rights reserved.

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All-U-Can-Eat Breakfast: March 9, 2014

eggs most any style

pancakes and French toast

bacon and sausage

homefried potatoes

white and wheat toast

coffee, tea, milk, and juice

TAKE OUT AVAILABLE!

$7 Adult | $4.50 11-6 years old | FREE 5 years old and younger

Sunday Breakfast!

8:00am – 1:00pm

(2nd Sunday of the month | no breakfasts June, July, August)

At the Fire Hall (706 37th Street in West Mayfield Borough)

In times of trouble, the citizens of West Mayfield Borough depend on the brave men and women of their volunteer fire department.  And so might you!

Over the years, West Mayfield Fire Dept. has responded to  hundreds of “mutual aid” requests from surrounding communities.  Whether it’s a fire, flood, power outage, traffic emergency, or medical crisis the volunteers of West Mayfield take the call–day or night.

Now they need your help!

Don’t miss this important fundraiser for

the West Mayfield Volunteer Fire Department.

 All proceeds help maintain and support the fire and rescue service.

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