Municipal Services

Evans City Borough is dedicated to providing high-quality services to our residents.

Evans City Borough Office

204 B South Jackson Street
Evans City PA 16033

Office Hours
Mon/Wed/Thurs 8 AM – 4 PM

Evans City Public Safety Department

Joseph McCombs, Public Safety Director

In the event of an emergency,
dial 9-1-1.

Pennsylvania State Police provides police coverage for Evans City Borough. The State Police prioritize immediate safety and law enforcement concerns and will not address ordinance violations.


Evans City Area Volunteer Fire Department

ECVFD serves the residents of Evans City Borough and Forward Township for Fire, Rescue and QRS. The ECVFD includes 30 active members who respond to an average of 170 calls per year. The Department was founded in 1896 as the John A. Irwin Fire Company, named after the original benefactor.

Connoquenessing Valley Regional Emergency Management Agency

Evans City Borough is a founding member of the Connoquenessing Valley Regional Emergency Management Agency (EMA). The agency manages the borough’s emergency management responsibilities along with other member municipalities.

Evans City Public Works Department

The Evans City Public Works Department is responsible for the streets and stormwater in the borough.

For information, questions, or concerns, please call 724-538-8320 ext. 2.

Evans City Water & Sewer Authority

Ed Tanski, Chairman

The Evans City Water & Sewer Authority is an independent agency responsible for operating the water and sewer plants, the infrastructure, and current and pending projects both within and outside the Borough. The Authority sets uniform rates to assure adequate, safe, and reasonable service.

The Authority meets on the last Wednesday of every month at the Borough building.

Evans City Park Authority

The Park Authority is a self-supporting government-run entity created by the Evans City Council to oversee the building and operations of the park and pool. The Park Authority does not have a stable revenue base or receive any tax money to rely upon to maintain and update programs or amenities. Support comes from revenue and fundraising.

Building Enforcement Officer

Kevin Harancher
Phone: 724-321-5021

Berkheimer Tax Collection

Berkheimer Tax Collection is responsible for Earned Income, Local Services, and Occupational Taxes

Real Estate Tax Collector

Joanne Ramsden
Real Estate Tax Collector

149 West Main Street
Evans City, PA 16063

Phone: 724-538-8094

Tax Certifications should be sent to Joanne’s attention. The cost is $20 per parcel.

Right to Know

The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania’s Right to Know Law (RTKL), 65 P. S. §§ 67.101-67.3104, provides citizens the right of access to public records, and sets forth the conditions under which a document maintained by a Commonwealth agency is deemed a public record.

Lien Letter Request

A lien letter is required for the sale, transfer, and/or refinance of property of property. The purpose of a lien letter is to certify that there are no municipal claims such as water, sewage, sewer assessment, etc. against the property being sold, transferred, or refinanced. If there is a claim on the property in question, the letter will provide the amount necessary to cover the claim(s). The fee for a municipal lien letter is $20 per parcel and should be addressed to the:

Borough Secretary
204 B. South Jackson Street
Evans City, PA 16033

Act 44 Disclosure Form

CHAPTER 7-A of ACT 44 of 2009 MANDATES the annual disclosure of certain information by every entity (hereinafter “Contractor“) which is a party to a professional services contract with one of the pension funds of Evans City Borough (hereinafter the “Requesting Municipality“). ACT 44 disclosure requirements apply to Contractors who provide professional pension services and receive payment of any kind from the Requesting Municipality’s pension fund.

Tax Rates

Local Milage 21.25 mills
Local Fire 1.5 mills
Street Lighting 1.75 mills
Local Discount % 2%
Local Penalty % 5%

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