News & Announcements
- HARB Matters
The following update is provided to allow the public to be aware and engaged in the Borough Council’s and its Historic Architectural Review Board’s (HARB) current planning process. The goal is to make recommendations on how or if Beaver should more actively promote Historic Preservation (HP) in the Borough’s Nationally Designated Historic District.
- 2018 Yard Waste Permits
Beaver Borough Residents – Save a trip to the Beaver Borough Offices! Send in your 2018 Yard Waste Permit Application along with payment of $22.00 – we will mail the permit to you. Mail to Beaver Borough,
- Columbia Gas Project – Weekly update and Trace Services
Week of April 16, 2018 During the week of April 16, Columbia Gas and their contractor, Team Fishel, will be continuing their work of installing new natural gas main lines as part of the Turnpike Street and 2nd Street projects.
- February 19, 2018 – Quay Square update
Quay Square February 19, 2018 Update 2/27/18 Presentation of the Planning Commission’s Recommendations for Quay Square Environmental Planning and Design (EPD) will be making a presentation on Quay Square at the Borough Council meeting at 7pm on Tuesday February 27,
- Homeowners Guide to Stormwater BMP Maintenance
Homeowners Guide to Stormwater BMP Maintenance
- Columbia Gas – 2018 Pipeline Project
Public meeting was held on Thursday, November 16, 2017 at 7:00PM which explained the planned 2018 Beaver Borough pipeline projects to benefit borough residents and businesses. Please see attached link – Beaver Borough Public Meeting
- Beaver County, PA Emergency Alerts
Register now to receive Beaver County, PA emergency alerts. The Beaver County, PA emergency alerts Swift 911 mass notification system is utilized to alert residents regarding emergencies such as fires, outages, floods, hurricanes, evacuations and more.
- Drinking Water in Beaver Borough
Drinking Water in Beaver Borough With the nation’s attention recently focused on Flint, Michigan’s water supply, many of our residents may wonder about Beaver’s water supply. The primary concern in Flint has been the high lead level in household tap water.
- Skunk Control
Starting April 1, 2018 – If Beaver residents have a problem with skunks, you may contact Charles Knisley (724-777-2338) for the removal of skunks. Residents are responsible for $25.00 each set up.
- Code Enforcement Complaints
In order to file a complaint, call Randy Morrow (724) 601-9953, Rick Sprecker (724) 462-4314 or George Lindemann (724) 773-6700 x 214 or you may use the attached form to submit your complaint. [Code Enforcement Complaint ]