Important Notification - Covered Device Recycling Act
Effective January 24, 2013 it is no longer permissible to dispose of electronic devices in the trash.
This includes: computers, computer monitors, keyboards, mice, televisions,
cell phones, smart phones, FAX machines, copiers, etc.
For more information you can go to the DEP web site
www.depweb.state.pa.us and choose Electronic Recycling from the A-Z menu. Also, they thave a hotline1-800-346-4242
These devices can also be taken to most stores that sell these products, such as Best Buy, Staples, Goodwill. Contact them beforehand.
Household trash pick-up - Tuesday AM. Large items may be placed out with the Tuesday pick up.
Borough Residents please take note: If you have an emergency, dial 911. If you wish to contact the police department for non-emergency issues, you may dial the department at 215-672-3215. You will connect to an answering service and your call will be returned.
Important Notice From The Borough of Ivyland
As a result of resident concerns about an increase in parking violations in the Borough, the Borough Council has instructed the police department to step up enforcement efforts for these violations. Accordingly, for the period of one month, from March 20, 2017 through April 20, 2017, police will be issuing warnings for all parking violations they observe. After April 20, 2017, the police have been instructed to issue a ticket for any violating vehicle they see. Please remember that:
1) Vehicles should not be parked in any way that blocks a sidewalk or a driveway.
2) Vehicles should always be parked at least 30 feet away from any stop sign.
3) Cars and trucks parked on our streets should always be parked with the direction of traffic.
Other state and Borough parking regulations may also apply. Please obey all posted signs. The Borough Office (215-675-0110) and the Borough Police (215-672-3215) will be pleased to answer any questions you may have. Please help us in keeping our home-town safe for all.
Thank you for your attention, Anthony Judice, Mayor
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