Pictured is the Taylor Borough Department of Public Works Headquarters, located at:
Rear 520 Union Street
Taylor PA 18517
Phone: (570) 562-1413
Taylor Borough Department of Public Works Employee’s
Bill Dixon – DPW Director – firstname.lastname@example.org
Joe Iacovazzi – Working Foreman 18 years with Department
John Cudo 34 Years with the Department
Dave Jenkins 22 Years with the Department
James Muth 11 Years with the Department
Paul Harrison 1 year with the Department
Please note that recycling can be placed in open containers other than the traditional recycling cans. Capacity should be 35 gallons or less, color doesn’t matter.
- BRUSH, GRASS & VEGETATIVE WASTE WILL CONTINUE TO BE PICKED UP ON MONDAY’S (IF THERE IS AN EXCESS AMOUNT OR WEATHER DELAY, WE WILL PICK UP ON TUESDAY)
Taylor Borough Council would like to remind all Taylor residents that, when placing cardboard outside for pick up. We ask residents to breakdown and bundle up your cardboard when leaving it at the curb for pick up.
Taylor Borough DPW also has a space provide for drop off of cardboard at its DPW facility. All items can be dropped off during normal business hours Monday- Friday 8am – 3pm. If you should have any questions please call the DPW office at (570) 562-1413
Keeping our streets safe in Taylor Borough.
Taylor Borough Council would like to remind all Taylor residents that, the placement of any objects intended to save or protect parking spaces in front of properties is illegal. This is a citable offense for the residents that placed the object in the streets. Objects placed in the Borough Right-of Ways will be removed and disposed of accordingly. Along with the resident being cited.
While making our streets clean and safe our Department of Public Works has been having problems with homeowners who have portable basketball hoops that hang out beyond the curb lines. The Department has had a few incidents over the years when the trucks catch on the rim or the net of the basketball hoops. Taylor Borough Council is asking all residents to move the basketball hoops away from the roadway so this can be avoided and make it safer for our Department of Public work employees.
Taylor Borough residents are reminded that it is illegal for any person, owner or resident of the borough to deposit, throw or discard snow, slush or other obstructions into the public streets and rights-of-way. Offenders may be subject to a $600 fine. Residents have 24 hours after the snow stops to remove the snow and ice from their sidewalks.