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SYSTEM-WIDE DUQUESNE LIGHT METER SWITCH OUT
The state of PA has required utilities to replace existing meters with advanced meters as part of their overall response to requirements of statewide energy-conservation law, Act 129. During the next several weeks you will see Duquesne Light contractors walking around town. They will be displaying appropriate identification badges, if they are not please notify the police - 724-773-6709. Please refer to the attached link for additional information. see details
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The initial offer letter will be mailed on April 28. The reminder offer letter will be mailed exactly 2 weeks later, on May 12.
Dates to Remember
Community Tire Collections – October 3, 16 & 17 (link)
Common Household Chemicals Collection – Bradys Run Park – October 10, 2015 (Link)
Halloween Hop October 24, 2015 10:00AM - Noon The hop begins with a parade at 10:00AM and then the children are invited to trick or treat at the participating stores in town.
Trick or Treat – Thursday, October 29th – 6:00PM – 8:00PM
Light Up Night – November 27, 2015 – 5:00PM - 9:00PM
- Santa waves to the crowd as he makes his way to the Gazebo where Mayor Tom flips the switch lighting the Gazebo and the children are invited to get a photo taken with Santa.
- The stores will be decorated and open late, some will be serving hot cocoa and Christmas cookies.
- Musical entertainment and carolers throughout the town.
- Horse drawn carriage rides all night that add to this magical free family event sponsored by the Beaver Area Chamber of Commerce.
- The event ends with a spectacular fireworks show.
Berkheimer Appointed to collect Per Capita tax - Berkheimer has been appointed as the Per Capita Tax Collector effective with the July 2015 Per Capita Tax Billing. Residents will no longer receive a Per Capita Tax from the elected tax collector Maureen Bostwick. Instead, Berkheimer will send the bills to each resident. Berkheimer currently serves as the Earned Income Tax Collector for all of Beaver County, including Beaver. Ph# 610-599-3141 or 866-701-7208 www.bah-inc.com
Solicitors-All individuals who solicit in Beaver Borough are required to obtain a soliciting permit from the Mayor, which can be obtained at the Beaver Police Department, and are advised that when they solicit, they are required to exhibit a copy of the permit and identification upon contact with the resident. If they cannot produce a permit, they are soliciting illegally. Soliciting is prohibited before 9:00 a.m. and after 5:00 p.m., and all day Sunday's and holidays. If you come in contact with an individual who is soliciting illegally, please call the Beaver Police Department at 724-773-6709 (Monday - Friday, 8AM - 4PM) or Non-Emergency Dispatch at 724-775-0880.
Skunk Control - If Beaver residents have a problem with skunks, you may contact Lane's Wildlife Control for the removal of skunks. Lane's Wildlife Control will set a trap in your yard and will bill the Borough of Beaver for the capture and removal of the skunk. 724-774-1755
Maintaining your Sidewalks - For safety reasons, please keep your sidewalks cleared of snow and ice. When shoveling the snow from your sidewalk, DO NOT shovel it into the street. Per IPMC Chapter 3: 302.3 Sidewalks and driveways: All sidewalks, walkways, stairs, driveways, parking spaces and similar areas shall be kept in a proper state of repair, and maintained free from hazardous conditions.
New Tax Office Location - Effective January 31, 2015 Huntington Bank Building 650 Corporation St. Fourth Floor - Suite 403 Beaver, PA 15009 724-774-1686 Office Hours Tuesdays 5:00 P.M. - 7:00 P.M. Saturdays 10:00 A.M. - 1:00 P.M. Also Thursdays 4:00 P.M. - 7:00 P.M. During the discount months of March, April, July & August Only. OTHER HOURS BY APPOINTMENT Maureen T. Bostwick - Tax Collector
2015 Beaver County Election Calendar - Election calendar
Home Heating Assistance - Available for Residents Pennsylvania's Low-Income Home Heating Assistance Program (LIHEAP) began accepting applications on Nov. 3. Funds for heating assistance are available but dollars for heating assistance are limited, so apply to LIHEAP early. To be eligible for the home heating assistance, an individual homeowner or renter must have an income of $17,505 or less. A family of four qualifies if the household income is $35,775 or less. To apply, residents will need proof of income, social security numbers, dates of birth for all family members, and a recent heating bill. For more information, visit www.compass.state.pa.us or call 866-857-7095.
Dial 2-1-1 - It's your friendly-community-24 hour-professionally-staffed hotline for help with human services. If you need help, info or referrals in your community, dial 2-1-1 first. [Link]
Yard Waste Permits Waste permits will be available in the Spring at the Borough Office.
Pedestrian Safety The streets in our neighborhoods should be safe places for our residents to walk. Drivers, parents and kids can all do their part to help keep our streets safe for pedestrians...[Read
Residents are not permitted to leave yard waste
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Senior Citizen Passes Any Beaver Area School District resident age 62 or over may obtain a pass valid for free general admission to District football games, basketball games, concerts, and plays.[Details]
Code Enforcement Complaints
In order to file a complaint, call Randy Morrow (724)601-9953, or you may use the attached form to submit your complaint. [Form]
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Downtown First [Link]
Many places say they’re “Someplace Special.” We invite
you to see why this town really lives up to that claim.
Spe•cial [spesh-uhl] – adjective
– of a distinct or particular kind or character
– different from what is ordinary or usual
Located along the Ohio River just 40 minutes northwest of Pittsburgh and only 20 minutes from the Pittsburgh International Airport, this vibrant small town combines all the beauty and charm of its 200-year history with a thriving 21st-Century energy that provides the best of all worlds in schools, property values, convenience, recreation and health care.
Our scenic town boasts broad, tree-lined streets, thriving downtown, lots of public parks and churches, year-round activities and events, and a convenient and very
safe community environment in which to live. Most of Beaver is on the National
Register of Historic Places and it is named as a “Tree City USA”. The school system and public library are both top rated, and there is a national award-winning historical museum.
We invite you to view our video: "Beaver,
PA – Someplace Special"