The Council Workshop Meeting scheduled for Wednesday, September 22, 2021 has been canceled.
VOLUNTEER BOARD MEMBERS NEEDED
The Borough has open seats available on the Civil Service Commission, Planning Commission and the Zoning-Hearing Board. Please contact the Borough office if you are interested in serving on either of these Volunteer Boards.
New Yard Waste Site for Residents of the Borough of Sinking Spring.
Beginning on January 1, 2021, residents of the Borough of Sinking Spring should take their yard waste to the new Borough Yard Waste Site located in the REAR of 152 Woodrow Avenue.
This yard waste site is for Borough of Sinking Spring residents only and will be open from dawn to dusk. Accepted items include grass clippings, leaves, and branches.
NO building material, furniture or trash.
NO commercial dumping is allowed.
This site is monitored by video surveillance.
Please contact the Borough office if you have any questions.
TRASH AND RECYCLING:
Important trash and recycling information for Residents of the Borough of Sinking Spring.
Beginning January 2021 there will be new trash and recycling haulers for the Borough of Sinking Spring. Trash and recycling will continue to be picked up on Wednesdays. When there is a MAJOR holiday on Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday the pick-up will be moved to Thursday of that week. The Thursday pick-ups for 2021 will be June 3rd and September 9th. Please keep your trash and recycling separated to assist with the collection.
Household trash and bulk items - The hauler for trash and bulk items is Waste Industries of Pennsylvania, LLC DBA GFL Environmental.
Recycling - the hauler for recycling is Waste Management of Pennsylvania. Please remember that all containers should be free of food and liquid. Please rinse out all containers. Pizza boxes are not recyclable due to the grease on them and should be put in with the regular trash.
IT'S FINALLY HERE!!!
THE ABILITY TO PAY YOUR SEWER/REFUSE BILL ONLINE!
Click the link in the upper right corner above the Upcoming Events.
CORONAVIRUS RESOURCES FOR CITIZENS:
Berks County Department of Emergency Services has created a webpage to help residents of Berks County navigate resources for the Coronavirus. This site contains locally and nationally developed resources to provide accurate Coronavirus information. Please click the button below to access the Berks County DES website.
CORONAVIRUS RESOURCES FOR SMALL BUSINESSES:
Click the links below for various resources to help small business navigate available options during this time of crisis.
Small Business Resources
Essential/Non-Essential Life Sustaining Industries
Working Capital Access Guidelines
CWCA Fact Sheet
BOROUGH OF SINKING SPRING RESIDENTS
Mayor Gary Cirulli has issued an emergency proclamation.
This is a precautionary step to allow for a more efficient flow of resources to address the spread of COVID-19 in Pennsylvania.
click here to view the proclamation
to 99411 to enroll in Sinking Spring's
emergency alert program
STAY INFORMED AND AWARE REGARDING:
Missing children or missing persons
Drinking water contamination
Various threats to people, property or the environment
Major public event information such as parades and road runs
Sump pumps may NOT be tied to the sanitary sewer system!
Please make sure all water pumped from sump pumps goes into the street!!
Please visit the websites listed below to educate yourself on Storm Water Management and find out how you can help keep our rivers and streams safe!
NEW BOROUGH ORDINANCES!
NEW EMERGENCY NOTIFICATION PROGRAM!
To learn more about the program and to register click on the CodeRED logo above.
THE BOROUGH IS GOING GREEN!
We are now able to send you your Sewer/Refuse bill by e-mail!
Please contact the Borough Office at (610) 678-4903 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested!
Anniversary of the Borough
of Sinking Spring by ordering
your Limited Edition
"Farmer" Collector Basket!!
Click here for order form!!
VISIT US ON FACEBOOK
SINKING SPRING BOROUGH CRIME WATCH
If you are interested in participating please contact the police department at 610-678-1906 to obtain an application.