Borough of West Pittston, Pennsylvania

~ The Garden Village ~

EST. 1857

West Pittston Borough

555 Exeter Avenue
West Pittston, PA 18643

Office Hours
8:00am - 4:00pm weekdays

Phone Numbers
Main Office: 570-655-7782
Fax: 570-602-8046
Public Works: 570-655-7786
Police (non-emergency): 570-655-7780
Emergency: 911

Recycling Center
505 Delaware Avenue
Open for Recycling 8:00am to 12:00pm Saturdays
Residents can pick up recycle bins between 2-3 pm Mon.-Fri. up until
July 16, 2021 then recycle bins will be delivered.

Borough Manager
Savino Bonita

Borough Secretary
Gloria Kijek

Borough Council President
Ellen Quinn

James Butera
John Hood​
Jared Jordan
Ray Judge
Bill Bohn
Ian Stevenson

Barry D. Hosier

Tax Collector
George Miller
555 Exeter Ave.
570-655-7782 ext.232

Council Meetings
First Tuesday of the month at 6:30pm in the Borough Building.

Council Work Sessions
Third Wednesday of the month unless otherwise published at 6:30pm in the Borough Building. If there are
5 Wednesdays in a month, Work Session will be on the fourth

Police Chief
Michael Turner

Fire Chief
John Hood
West Pittston Hose Company #1

Zoning/Code Enforcement Officer
570-655-7782 extension 224 (or #5)

Public Records Officer
Savino Bonita

Council President’s Column / About Us

About the Borough of West Pittston

West Pittston Hometown Heros!

West Pittston Tomorrow is launching the Hometown Heroes Banner Program in the Garden Village. The program will honor and recognize residents and their family members who have served, or are serving, in the U.S. Armed Forces.

The initial cost per banner is $200 for the production, installation and removal of the banner. Annual renewal fee will be $25. The banner is a heavy-duty vinyl 30” wide by 60” tall (sample shown at left).

West Pittston Tomorrow hopes to display them for three years. After that the banners will evaluated for environmental damage. Wear and tear are the responsibility of the owners. Torn or damaged banners will be returned to the family.

They will be erected before Memorial Day and taken down in November, when they will be stored for the next year. Placement is not guaranteed.

If you would like to sponsor a banner, please fill out this application. 

Any questions about the program, please email us at

Keep West Pittston Clean

Thank you! Mayor Hosier

For the new trash cans in our parks and your efforts to keep the Garden Village looking sharp!


On April 29 volunteers of all ages joined in to clean up the Morris Park next to the Borough Building and the park on Montgomery Avenue for the spring and summer. The event was sponsored by the West Pittston Parks & Rec Board. Members include Ed Martin, chairman; Lynne Burbank, Judy Stevenson, Mary Kearns, Don Shearer, Tom Bubul, and Ellen Quinn. Lunch was served under the pavilion by Trinity Episcopal Church volunteers.

Thanks Everyone!

Ellen Quinn, chair of Borough Council’s Parks & Rec Committee, and Mayor Blaskiewicz place the first new trash bin in the Morris Park April 15.

Public Works Notices

The recycling containers located at the Public Works Building on Delaware Avenue, will be locked and closed to the public every day, except Saturday mornings. The only time that residents may drop off recyclable items at the Public Works Department Building will be Saturday mornings, from 8AM until 12PM. This does not affect the Public Works Departments curb-side pickup of recyclable items. West Pittston Borough recycling bins are for the use of West Pittston residents only. The Public Works Department Building is monitored by cameras and anyone found leaving trash, large bulk items, such as lawn furniture, or any other non-recyclable items, will be in violation of West Pittston Borough Code.

Curbside collection of recyclables is every Wednesday and Thursday. The Public Works Department asks that residents place their recyclables in front of their homes the night prior to your scheduled recycling collection day. Placing the recyclables out in front of your home early will prevent the Public Works Department from missing the collection of your recyclables on that day.

Sign Up for CodeRED

CodeRED is an emergency notification service that allows borough officials to notify residents and businesses by telephone, cell phone, text message, email and social media regarding time-sensitive, general and emergency information. Only authorized officials have access to the CodeRED system. . Any message regarding the safety, property or welfare of the community will be disseminated using CodeRED. These include AMBER alerts, hazardous traffic or road conditions, boil water advisories, evacuation notices or community events.

For registration help, call 1-866-939-0911. Required information includes contact name, address, city, state, zip code, phone number and whether the property is a residence or business.

Police Department Website

The West Pittston Police Department has a new website. Be sure to check it often. The site is intended to help the West Pittston Police Department with its law enforcement duties. You may email tips, retrieve forms, access other law enforcement sites, or register for code red on the site.

If you have any questions or concerns regarding the website please email

Crime tips may be emailed to

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