FAQ & Resources
FAQ & Resources
Get Recycling Right!
Board of Butler County Commissioners
Leslie A. Osche, Chairman,
Kimberly D. Geyer, Vice-Chairman,
Kevin E. Boozel, M.S., Secretary
Recycling rules have changed—please contact your curbside hauler to be sure the RIGHT recyclables are in your bin!
The wrong recyclables can spoil everything.
WHEN IN DOUBT, LEAVE IT OUT!
Thank YOU for doing the RIGHT thing.
Do Your Part…
Butler Co. Dept. of Recycling & Waste Mgt., PO Box 1208, Butler, PA 16001—Phone 724.284.5305—Email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Click Here to access ECS&R Website, Located at 129 Ash Stop Road, Evans City, PA 16033 and additional information about local recycle events in the Evans City and surrounding area.
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Frequently Asked Questions
1) How do trash pick up and recycling work?
Residents must contact Vogal Disposal
(724) 625-1511 or Waste Management (800) 866-4460 to arrange trash and recycling service. Trash bins are delivered to residents; Recycle bins can be collected at the Borough garage, please contact the public works to schedule a pick up time. 724.538.5266
2) When does Borough Council Meet? Are meetings public?
The Evans City Council meets the first Monday of every month at 7:00pm in the Library Community Room. If the first Monday falls on a holiday, the meeting will be held Tuesday following the holiday. All meetings are public.
3) How do I post on the Evans City Community Board?
If you wish to post something on the Evans City Community Board, located in the EDCO Park parking lot, please download and complete this form and follow the instructions listed.
Seven Fields and Evans City (Butler County), you must dial 9-1-1 for
Police, Fire and EMS services. The Butler County 9-1-1 center manages
all requests for service and support. Calling office numbers will result
in a delayed response. We understand that callers may be uncomfortable
dialing 9-1-1 for what they feel is a non-emergency, however, the 9-1-1
system in Butler County tracks all calls and dispatches the necessary
law enforcement or emergency personnel through 9-1-1. Calling 9- 1-1
ensures the proper response and follow-up. An emergency is any situation
that requires immediate assistance from the police, fire, and/or an
to report a crime, especially if in progress
to report a car accident, especially if someone is injured
to report a fire
in a medical emergency
to report a suspicious vehicle and/or person
to report a missing person
to report a drunk driver
if you witness someone littering or loitering
if you witness people yelling, screaming or fighting
if you lock your keys in the car
Call the Evans City/Seven Fields Regional Police Department administrative office, 724-591-5993, only in these instances: to follow-up on an existing case inquire about an ordinance request a copy of a police report
Frequently Requested Forms
The Connoquenessing Valley
Regional Emergency Management Agency (CVREMA) is actively seeking
applicants for the position of Deputy Emergency Management Coordinator.
This is an opportunity to learn the functions of Emergency Management
from the ground up while serving your community. Training will be
provided; no experience necessary. Please follow the links below for
www.cvrema.org OR www.facebook.com/CVREMA.ORG/jobs/
Evans City Borough
204 B South Jackson Street
Evans City, PA 16033
724-538-8320 ext. 221