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You can print a request @ http://www.west-chester.com/DocumentCenter/View/1203.
You can complete a request online @ http://www.west-chester.com/FormCenter/Public-Forms-17/Request-for-Information-Form-65.
a. Do you have to live in the Borough to have the Borough Mayor perform the ceremony? No – as long as you live in the state of Pennsylvania and the wedding license is issued in the state of Pennsylvania, the West Chester Borough Mayor can perform the ceremony.b. Does it have to take place in the Borough? No – the ceremony does not have to take place in the Borough, as long as the Mayor is willing to travel to the wedding location. c. Does the Borough offer any options as far as ceremony locations? Yes - Within the Municipal building, the Mayor’s office (depending on the size of the wedding party) or Council Chambers can be reserved, depending upon availability. West Chester’s Historic Courthouse can be reserved, for a fee, again depending upon availability. There are also various Park locations within the Borough limits.d. If the West Chester Borough Mayor is NOT available, any District Justice, Common Pleas Judge, or Former Mayor can perform the ceremony.e. Is there a fee for the West Chester Borough Mayor to perform the wedding ceremony? No – there is no payment required; however, if the couple would like to make a donation to the West Chester Fire Department, it is appreciated.
The customer Service representative will request that you submit proof of payment, a receipt or if payment was made by check, a copy of the front and back of the cancelled check.
Call the Parks and Recreation Dept. at 610-436-9010.
Dumpster permits can be obtained at the Public Works Department. A fee of $35 per week applies. In addition to this, a fee of $21 per space, per day will apply for all metered spaces taken up by the dumpster.
For more information http://west-chester.com/164/Solid-Waste
For more information http://west-chester.com/160/Recycling
Please note that even the smallest leak such as a dripping faucet or running toilet can result in an abnormally high water and sewer bill.
A snow emergency is a declaration by the Mayor in concert with the Borough's Police and Public Works Departments and is supported by Section 104-79 of the Borough Code of Ordinances.
Snow Emergencies are declared when winter snow and ice conditions are severe enough to mandate that vehicles should not be parked on public streets. Occasionally, when the prediction is certain enough, the Borough will declare the snow emergency in advance.
Snow emergencies are declared due to substantial accumulation and/or icy conditions. The purpose of the snow emergency is to promote an environment where Borough snow removal crews can better remove snow and ice between the curbs and public streets (curb to curb). This opens the roads to better accommodate future on street parking as well as to facilitate proper access for emergency vehicles including ambulance and fire response vehicles, mail delivery, and trash pick-up.
Snow emergencies are normally announced by the Borough via ReadyChesco and our Notify Me service. Snow emergencies will also be announced on this website.
Under the code the declaration remains in effect for a period not to exceed 72 hours after cessation of the snowstorm event. Failure to comply with the Borough's declaration of the snow emergency does carry a fine. Also be advised that if necessary, the Borough will tow your car and assess all costs to the owner of the vehicle.
All borough parking garages are available for the duration of the snow emergency.
These free for use parking garages include the Chestnut Street Garage, Bicentennial Garage on High Street, New Street Garage, Sharpless Street Garage & Matlack Street Garage as well as Chester County's Justice Center Garage.
You can view a image of the Snow Emergency Routes here.
For more information http://west-chester.com/469/Stream-Protection-Fee