Due to the heavy snow our area is expected to receive overnight WM will not be operating Trash/Recycling collections Monday January 17th. We will resume on Tuesday January 18th on a one-day delay. All Trash/Recycling collections for the week will be delayed one day from your regular service day.
With the state changing Washington County's status from red to yellow, we will resume collecting cardboard, yard waste and all regular household trash on May 18, 2020.
We ask that this waste be put out in moderation so as not to overwhelm our employees and equipment. What is not picked up the first week will be collected over the following weeks until we are all caught up.
Thank you for your cooperation through these difficult times~
ALL BURGETTSTOWN BOROUGH RESIDENTS ARE ENCOURAGED TO SIGN UP FOR ONE-CALL TO ENSURE EMERGENCY NOTIFICATIONS IN LIGHT OF THE CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) OUTBREAK.
APPLICATIONS ARE ON THE BULLETIN BOARD AT THE ENTRANCE TO THE BOROUGH OFFICE. THANK YOU ~
Census Day April 1, 2020
In response to many inquiries regarding COVID-19, the public may find following information useful:
- As of 3:30 p.m., 3/15/2020 there is a single presumptive positive in Washington County. The Pennsylvania Department of Health released this information and nothing else.
- Washington County does not have statutory authority to close commercial venues. Washington County has encouraged unnecessary venues to close or be postponed.
- Washington County has not declared a State of Emergency. Our critical services have not been overwhelmed, nor are they on the verge of being overwhelmed.
- Individuals at greatest risk from COVID-19 are those with significant underlying medical issues such as diabetes, cardiac disease, or respiratory problems.
- Based on the current data, 95 percent of people who get COVID-19 will experience mild to moderate symptoms, says Sandro Galea, the dean of Boston University’s School of Public Health. Some people will get the COVID-19 and not even know they have it.
- A bad case of COVID-19 for a healthy person will likely be no worse than a bad case of regular flu. Sandro Galea, the dean of Boston University’s School of Public Health says, causing a headache, fever, soreness, nausea, and a cough. You will recover from it in a matter of days (again, based on the current data).
- Please continue personal safeguards: hand washing, hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol, covering your cough, trying to maintain a 6’ distance between people, and staying home when you are sick.
- People who are sick should contact their Primary Care Physician or the Pennsylvania Department of Health at 1-877-PA-HEALTH
- Only people experiencing significant distress along with flulike symptoms should contact the hospital.
NEW SERVICE IN BURGETTSTOWN
Please click the links below to download forms.
*Medication Drop-Off box now located at the Borough Building.(For out-dated medications)
*The information on this site is for the benefit of all persons living in or interested in locating to Burgettstown Borough.
Burgettstown Borough Office
1509 Main Street Burgettstown, PA 15021
Phone: (724) 947-2011
Fax: (724) 947-2945
Mon, Tues & Wed 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM
Thursday 8:30 AM to 5:30 PM
Friday 8:30AM to 1:30PM
Burgettstown Area School District:
100 Bavington Road Burgettstown, PA 15021
Phone: (724) 947-8136
Fax: (724) 947-8143
Check out the Burgettstown Area School District website here for information.