Santa’s Coming to West Mayfield!

Santa’s Coming to West Mayfield! 

Sunday, December 19, 2021

Starting at noon until 3:00pm Santa will visit the borough by fire truck bringing treats to all our boys and girls.  When you hear the fire truck coming to your street, you’ll know Santa is near!

Matilda Little Free Library

Borough resident Tracey Price has created a community library, which is located at 3615 Matilda St.–within walking distance for most borough residents. Grand opening for the library was October 2, 2021. The library is open to the public, and anyone can “take a book, share a book.” The cabinet will be open 24/7. There will be books for all ages and many genres. There is a street lamp directly across from the library, so it is well lit in the evenings. There are also cards for comments and to request books.

To learn more about the Matilda Little Free Library, check out this informative brochure.

Free Leaf Collection in West Mayfield

red and brown leaves

Free leaf collection begins in West Mayfield Borough this year on November 1st and lasts throughout the fall season.

To arrange for pick-up, call the municipal building at (724) 843-8330 and leave a message.

Do not blow or rake leaves on roadways or sidewalks. All leaves must be raked close to the side of the road for collection.

Leaves placed in bags will NOT be accepted. 

As a reminder: Burning of leaves is not permitted in the Borough (Open Burning Ordinance No. 101019).

West Mayfield Community Halloween Night 2021

West Mayfield Community Halloween Night 2021 will take place on Thursday, October 28th.

Trick or Treat time will be from 6pm to 7:30pm. (Note, the Beaver County Times and Ellwood City Ledger had previously published the wrong dates and times for our borough).

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.

Feel free to download this free Scary Halloween Soundtrack.

ARE YOU PREPARED?

National Preparedness Month (NPM) is an observance each September to raise awareness about the importance of preparing for disasters and emergencies that could happen at any time.

The 2021 theme is Prepare to Protect. Preparing for disasters is protecting everyone you love.”

To learn more about each week’s theme, CLICK HERE

New Trash Pickup Day

Starting August 9, 2021, trash pick up in the borough will change from Wednesdays to Mondays. The last day for Wednesday trash service will be August 4, 2021.

If you have any questions or concerns, please call J. Young Refuse, Monday through Friday, 8am to 4pm, 724-495-6199.

WHAT’S YOUR OPINION ABOUT . . . OUR CURRENT REFUSE SERVICE PROVIDER?

Council wants to know about your experiences with our current residential refuse sanitation service provider, J. Young Refuse. Are you satisfied with the service, or have you had specific issues such as trash not being picked up, damaged property, customer service problems, billing errors, etc.

Help us better serve the borough by giving us feedback through our website’s Online Citizen Comment feature. You can also provide feedback to Councilwoman Michelle McNeely at 724-601-6907 or mcneelymichelle50@gmail.comWe also ask you to be a good neighbor and share this post with other West Mayfield residents.

Borough Council Newsletter – Print Edition

To better inform residents who do not have the internet and cannot access the borough’s website or Facebook page, council members Michelle McNeely and Monica L. Sepp have started a quarterly print version newsletter.

The newsletter will cover a variety of important topics related to borough services, ordinances, council activities, and other items of interest to our community.

The first edition of this newsletter will be mailed to borough residents. Future editions will be available at the Borough Building (4609 W. 8th Ave.). Residents are encouraged to pick up and share this newsletter with their neighbors. It can also be downloaded for free from our website, printed, and then distributed throughout the borough.

Here is the first edition of the newsletter.

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WHAT’S YOUR OPINION?

Photo: J. Young Refuse

Council wants to know about your experiences with our current residential refuse sanitation service provider, J. Young Refuse.

Are you satisfied with the service, or have you had specific issues such as trash not being picked up, damaged property, customer service problems, billing errors, etc.

Help us better serve the borough by giving us feedback through our website’s Online Citizen Comment feature.

You can also provide feedback to Councilwoman Michelle McNeely at 724-601-6907 or mcneelymichelle50@gmail.com

We also ask you to be a good neighbor and share this post with other West Mayfield residents.