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Fire Department | For emergencies call 9-1-1
West Mayfield Volunteer Fire Department | Chief Lou Little
706 37th Street Extension, Beaver Falls, PA 15010
724-843-7960 | Facebook
Police Department | For emergencies call 9-1-1
City of Beaver Falls Police Department | Chief Charles R. Jones
715 15th St., Beaver Falls, PA 15010-04124
724-846-7000 | fax 724-891-6990
Monthly police reports available upon request.
The Borough of West Mayfield requires permits for certain activities which will be conducted/performed within the borough. There are currently two (2) types of permits, a “Building Permit” and an “Occupancy Permit,” each of which has its specific uses.
Leaf collection will begin in West Mayfield on Nov. 1. To arrange for pick-up, call the municipal building at (724) 843-8330 and leave a message. All leaves must be raked to the side of the road for collection. Leaves placed in bags won’t be accepted.
Yard Waste Disposal
Residents only may dispose of yard waste or clean dirt fill (for example: grass, shrubbery, tree cuttings, topsoil) at the Borough’s municipal building, Monday – Friday between the hours of 7am and 3pm. Disposal after hours may be arranged by contacting the borough building at 724-561-8235.
There is no dumping after hours without permission. No contractor or commercial dumping. No dumping of masonry, glass, plastics, metal, household materials, etc.
Water & Sewer
Beaver Falls Municipal Authority |1425 Eighth Avenue, Beaver Falls, PA 15010 | (724)-846-2400
261 Wallace Run Road, Beaver Falls, PA 15010 | 724-843-9373
No electronic waste. In accordance with Act 108, no person or company may dispose of desktop computers, laptop computers, computer monitors, computer peripherals (keyboards, mouse, printers and faxes), and televisions, television screens, or radios in municipal landfills. This type of waste requires special collection and disposal arrangements.
Please recycle. Although the borough does not have a formal recycling program, council encourages citizens to utilize county and neighboring community recycling programs as much as possible. At this time, council has determined that implementing and maintaining a borough recycling program is cost prohibitive.