| BOROUGH OF BERWICK ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE|
1800 N. Market St.
Berwick, PA 18603
The Borough Administration provides residents with general information and services available within the community. Residents can call the office Monday – Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Cassandra Mowery, Treasurer / Payroll Clerk - Ext. 14
Nancy A. Sborz, Administrative Assistant - Ext. 15
| BUILDING INSPECTION, CODE ENFORCEMENT, and RECYCLING|
The Office of Building Inspection and Code Enforcement in the Borough handles the enforcement of compliance with property maintenance ordinances, plan reviews and issues building permits. This office is responsible for new construction and site plan development of both commercial and residential. In addition, this office is responsible for the Recycling Program. For more information about these services and permits required, contact the Code Office at 752-2723.
Greg Harkins, Code Enforcement Officer, Rental Inspection, Zoning - Ext. 13
Curt Rider, Code Enforcement Officer, Recycling - Ext. 27
Denise Gensel, Codes Secretary, Receptionist - Ext. 10
Curt Rider / Recycling Coord. - Ext. 27
| BERWICK BOROUGH COUNCIL & MAYOR|
A Message From The
Borough of Berwick Council
The Borough of Berwick Council consists of seven Councilpersons, an elected Mayor and various appointed positions. Council members serve on committees to represent the community’s interests in developing new laws, the Borough budget, and ensure public safety, which protects the health, safety and general welfare of its citizens, as well as the administration of the Police Department.
Alvin Hill, President
Scott Bower, Vice President
225 Charles Street, Berwick
Joanne Huntington, Council
126 Iron Street, Berwick
Jay Jarrett, Council
501 E. 10th Street, Berwick
Larry Surkin, Council
322 E. 3rd Street, Berwick
Andrew Shecktor, Council
1308 Fairview Avenue
301 E. 5th Street, Berwick
Tim Burke, Mayor
417 E. 8th Street Berwick
BOROUGH COUNCIL MEETINGS
The Regular Council meetings are the third Monday of each month at 7:00 p.m. All meetings are held at City Hall in Council Chambers
OTHER BOROUGH OFFICIALS:
Franklin Kepner, Jr.
Borough Engineer / 3rd Party Code
Quad 3 Group Inc
Emergency Management Director
| DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS|
The Borough DPW provides a number of services to residents and businesses such as snow removal, street sweeping, maintenance of storm inlets, road patching, and general park maintenance. A unique service provided by this department is the Leaf Pickup, which begins the 2nd week of November and ends the last week of November. The DPW uses a leaf vacuum machine to dispose of the residents’ leaves, which are raked to the curb line for removal.
Jack Kyttle, Working Foreman
Michael Long, Assistant Foreman
Part-time Laborers: Tom Cashman