Welcome to New Beaver Borough

New Beaver Borough is seeking a Public Works employee to work full time and also be available for emergency call outs as needed. At minimum, must have a valid CDL Class B license and a clean driving record. The ability to pass drug and alcohol tests and a physical will be required.

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FOR NEW BEAVER BOROUGH RESIDENTS ONLY
NEW BEAVER BOROUGH – 2021 SPRING CLEAN UP DAY
TRASH PICK UP BY AIKEN REFUSE
Saturday, April 24, 2021

Please have your trash curbside on the evening of Friday, April 23 or you risk missing pick up.
They will only make one pass on each road.

Homes Are Limited to 300 Pounds of Trash.

Magazines & Newspapers Must Be Tied Securely.

Items Are Not to Exceed 5 Feet in Width.

  • No Mattresses, Box Springs or Day Beds
  • No Hazardous Materials
  • No TVs or Cell Phones
  • No Computers, Monitors, Keyboards, Mice or Printers
  • No Tires
  • No Construction Materials, i.e. drywall, toilets etc.
  • No Carpet.

Dried Paint Cans Only.

These regulations will be strictly adhered to.



2021 Lawrence County Tax Outreach
Treasurer, Richard Rapone
County Taxes to be collected at the New Beaver Borough Municipal Building
March 30, 2021  10AM – Noon
Methods of payment Cash, Check or Money Order


Starting in January 2021 through April 2021, Penn Dot will be contracting with Drive Engineering, Inc. French Engineering, LLC and Tri-State Traffic Data, Inc. vendors of the Department of Transportation’s Highway Safety and Traffic Operations Division, to collect traffic data on municipally owned roads within your county and municipality.  The data collected will be utilized by the Department to complete a statewide network screening and prioritize locations for potential safety improvements.

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1/11/2021   Declaration of Emergency Disaster


3/18/2020,  11/18/2019

Attention Residents

Code RED is a FREE emergency notification service provided to all residents within
Lawrence County that will notify you of emergency information through phone
calls, text messages, emails, social media and the Code RED Mobile Alert app.
The system will be used to keep you informed of local events that may immediately
impact your safety. As a local resident, Lawrence County Department of Public
Safety encourages you to take action and register your cell phone for this service
and verify your home location to receive targeted notifications that directly impact
your home or business.
The Code RED® system will be used to send critical and time-sensitive communications such as:
• Missing Children
• Emergency Preparedness
• Emergency Evacuation Notices
• Wildfire Alerts
• Public Health Crisis
• Criminal Activity

Please click the link below for more information  
Code Red FAQs

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