Halloween Night – 2022

2022 West Mayfield Halloween Night

October 31st | 6pm - 7:30pm

The West Mayfield Fire Dept. will provide safety patrols.

Residents are reminded to wear bright colored clothing for safe visibility, to carry flashlights, and to carefully inspect all candy before eating.

Get into the Season Early

Join us for West Mayfield’s first Trunk-or-Treat Halloween Celebration Down in the Hollow.

WHAT IS TRUNK-OR-TREAT?

Participants bring their cars to our community park. The drivers and their families decorate their cars for Halloween.


PRIZES FOR THE KIDS!

Best Costume
Most Unique Costume
Cutest Costume

HOW TO PARTICIPATE

Participating cars should arrive by 12:30pm to meet the event organizers. In case of rain, the event will be held on October 23rd (1pm – 3pm).

For more information, please contact Chrissy Barkfelt
724-544-4432
chrissy0917@hotmail.com

Water Boil Advisory

BOIL WATER ADVISORY – Expired

Updated September 6, 2022 – 8:39am

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The Beaver Falls Municipal Authority has issued a boil water advisory for all of the upper valley.  This includes: Beaver Falls, Eastvale, College Hill, Big Beaver, Homewood, Chippewa, South Beaver, White Township, West Mayfield, Patterson Twp, Patterson Heights, Brady’s Run Park and Par / Divot Lane in Fallston.

We have experienced a loss of positive water pressure due to a main break in the city of Beaver Falls.

A loss of positive water pressure is a signal that could allow the water in the distribution system to become contaminated.

WE HAVE WATER AVAILABLE AT 1425 8TH AVE (BFMA OFFICE).  BE SURE TO BRING YOUR OWN CONTAINER/BOTTLE/JUG/ETC. TO FILL.

What should I do?   DO NOT DRINK THE WATER WITHOUT BOILING IT FIRST.  Bring all water to a rolling boil, let it boil for one minute, and let it cool before using; or use bottled water.  You should use boiled or bottled water for drinking, making ice, washing dishes, brushing teeth, and food preparation until further notice.

Please click on the link below to see the CDC Boil Water Advisory information

https://www.cdc.gov/healthywater/emergency/drinking/drinking-water-advisories/boil-water-advisory.html

2022 Labor Day Holiday Change to Trash Pickup

Change to Trash Pickup: Labor Day 2022

Because of the Labor Day holiday, there will be no trash pickup on Monday.  Service will resume Tuesday following the holiday. 

As a reminder, trash is unsightly and potentially draws unwanted rodents and other vermin, so please do not set out your trash for pickup until the morning or no earlier than the night before.  Make sure all trash is securely bagged and all trash bin and dumpster lids are closed.

To report trash issues in your neighborhood, please use the Online Citizens Comment Form.

2022 West Mayfield Clean Up Day

KEEPING WEST MAYFIELD LOOKING GOOD
 
On July 9, 2022, with the generous support of council and the public works dept., the West Mayfield Centennial Committee organized the first “clean up day” in the borough in many years.
 
Our goal was to focus on one of West Mayfield’s trashiest areas—the bottom of W. 4th Ave, Glade Street, and the borough’s “no man’s land” along Wallace Run Rd. (Rt. 551).
 
What an incredible job everyone did collecting more than 30 bags of trash and other assorted junk that really made our borough look terrible.
 
On behalf of the Centennial Committee, we want to thank the clean up crew for putting on the gloves and vests and getting into the weeds to help redd up our borough: Chrissy Barkfelt, Rich Barkfelt, Sami Barkfelt, Flo Jacox, Godon Lowes, Kevin Farkas, councilman Eli Kosanovich, and mayor Licia Cogley.
 
Our next clean up day will be in April 2023, and we look forward to seeing more residents participate. Meanwhile, we encourage all residents pick up trash wherever they see it along our roadways. When you do, you not only keep West Mayfield looking good, but you set an example for our children who are watching and learning from us how to be good citizens.

Sign Up to Redd Up – Clean Up Day!

Sign Up to Redd Up West Mayfield

Be the change you want to see in the world! Come join fellow citizens picking up trash throughout the borough and along our neighborhood streets. We’ll do as much as we can, but things will be better than before.

Saturday, July 9, 2022

8am to 12noon

Families with age appropriate kids most welcomed. Gloves, trash bags, and safety signage generously provided by the borough’s public works crew.  Pizza and refreshments provided for lunch after the clean up.

For more information, contact Chrissy Barkfelt at 724-544-4432.

2022 July 4th Holiday Change to Trash Pickup

Change to Trash Pickup: July 4th Holiday

Because of the July 4th holiday, there will be no trash pickup on Monday.  Service will resume Tuesday following the holiday. 

As a reminder, trash is unsightly and potentially draws unwanted rodents and other vermin, so please do not set out your trash for pickup until the morning or no earlier than the night before.  Make sure all trash is securely bagged and all trash bin and dumpster lids are closed.

To report trash issues in your neighborhood, please use the Online Citizens Comment Form.

Holiday Change to Trash Pickup

Holiday Change to Trash Pickup: Memorial Day

Because of the Memorial Day holiday, there will be no trash pickup on Monday.  Service will resume Tuesday following the holiday. 

As a reminder, trash is unsightly and potentially draws unwanted rodents and other vermin, so please do not set out your trash for pickup until the morning or no earlier than the night before.  Make sure all trash is securely bagged and all trash bin and dumpster lids are closed.

To report trash issues in your neighborhood, please use the Online Citizens Comment Form.