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  • East Bangor Borough Yard Sales

    East Bangor Borough will hold it’s annual yard sale for our residents on Saturday May 28th. The Fire department will be coming around collecting a donation of $5.00


    Due to the passing of our board member Wayne Jones we ask that you do not drop off your water/sewer payments to his house. Please mail them to East Bangor Municipal Authority, PO Box 539, East Bangor PA 18013.

    We are planning to have a drop box at the sewer/water plant in the near future.

    Sorry for an inconvenience. Foe any questions please contact Laura at 484-241-1179

  • East Bangor Park Clean up

    East Bangor will be cleaning the park on Saturday March 26th, 9 am. Please come and help keep our park clean.

  • East Bangor Street Sweeping

    East Bangor Borough will begin street sweeping on Monday April 18th through April 20th. Please sweep your sidewalk cinders onto the edge of the road.

  • East Bangor Newsletter Sept. 2021

    Permits: Moving permits are required of anyone moving into, out of, or within the Borough. Cost of the permit is $5.00 and may be obtained at the Police Department or the Borough office.

    Yard Sale permits are also required.  There is no fee for this permit, but you are limited to two yard sales per year Monday through Saturday, no Sunday’s allowed.  Yard Sale permits may be obtained through the Borough Secretary.

    Building/Zoning permits are required, contact the zoning office or the Borough Secretary for application.

    Garbage:  Garbage is to be put out after 6 PM on Sunday evening, not before.  5 Pails, 1 bulk item per week… are accepted.  No yard waste, building supplies or tires are accepted.   Recycling is every other Monday.

    Junk Cars: No junk cars are permitted in the borough.  Cars must be current with registration and inspection.

    Snow Removal: Snow is to be removed within 24 hours after the snow fall.  Please keep sidewalks and all pedestrian walkways free from snow/ice to prevent injuries and lawsuits.

    Weeds: Maintenance of the weeds and grass along the curbs and sidewalk cracks is the property owner’s responsibility.  Please keep sidewalks and all pedestrian walkways free from obstacles.

    Sump Pumps and down spouts may not be discharged into the sewer lines.

    Plan Slate Belt Slate Belt Multi-Municipal Comprehensive Plan is to enable the boroughs of Bangor, East Bangor, Pen Argyl, Roseto, Portland and Wind Gap and the Townships of Plainfield, Washington, Lower Mount Bethel and Upper Mount Bethel, to shape their collective vision for the future.

    These communities have their own comprehensive plans, and will maintain their autonomy and control, but they’ve decided that planning together will allow them to take advantage of their geographic similarities and shared priorities to better manage an evolving development landscape.

    Through a multi-municipal plan they can determine common goals and objectives for land use, transportation, economic growth, farmland preservation and the conservation of natural and scenic resources. They can find new opportunities to share best practices and resources, saving tax dollars for residents.

    The plan will be designed as a roadmap for the next two decades and beyond, but it is also a living document that can be changed and updated as trends and conditions evolve. 

    For further details contact Jason Huggan, 484-574-2480

    East Bangor Park Rentals To rent East Bangor Park Pavilions contact Bonnie Due at 610-588-4656.

    Swift Reach:  Register to receive telephone alerts about our Borough, text or call with your name & phone number to 570-856-4527 and you will be added.

    Blasting (VIP) is advised via Swift Reach and Facebook.  Questions, please contact Mayor Powell at 610-588-1044.

    Fireworks need to be 150 feet for an occupied structure.

    East Bangor Fire Department News

    VOLUNTEERS NEEDED: Our volunteer fire department is in need of volunteers.  Contact 610-462-1132, or attend one of the Monday weekly meetings, 7 pm at the firehouse.

    No brush Burning is allowed unless you notify the fire department.  A $25.00 permit is required.

    East Bangor Fire Hall Rentals: contact Brianna Zazulak at 610-462-0950.

  • East Bangor Yard Sales

    East Bangor Borough will hold it’s annual yard sale for our residents on Saturday June 5th. The Fire department will be coming around collecting a donation of $5.00

  • East Bangor Municipal Authority

    The authority is currently working on the Reservoir Improvement Project on South Broad Street. We have added some pictures in the gallery so you can see what your dollars are being used for.

  • 2022 East Bangor Waste Schedule

    R –Recycling Collection Every Other Week   T-Trash Collection Week      H – Indicates Holiday Collection Week

    Trash Curbside Collection

    Your waste will be collected curbside each Monday except Memorial Day, Fourth of July and Labor Day when collections will occur on Tuesday.

    Recycling Curbside Collection

    Recycling collection will occur every other Monday as identified in green.

    Please call 1-800-621-2100 to reach our Grand Central Landfill and Hauling Team.

    For more information about Grand Central Landfill and Hauling: Visit our website or follow us on Facebook!

    Single Stream Recycling Collection

    All recyclables may be placed in the same recycling container and put out for collection every other Thursday. Please do not include plastic bags of any kind with your recycling.

    What East Bangor Borough Can Recycle

    These items may be placed in the container for single-stream recycling

    • Plastics: 1,2,3,4,5,6,7
    • Glass: bottles and jars
    • Metal: bi-metal, aluminum or tin cans
    • Paper: newsprint, small cardboard boxes (shoe, gift, cereal boxes), magazines, phone books, envelopes, junk mail
    • Cartons: Milk, cream, wine, juice, broth, egg substitutes
    • Corrugated cardboard: please cut or flatten boxes

    These items are not accepted for recycling

    • Plastics: any plastic that is not marked with 1 to 7 in recycling symbol, toys, garden hoses, pool covers, bowling balls, clam-shell containers (think tomato and fruit containers)
    • Glass: mirrors, plate glass, drinking glasses, glass cookware
    • Electronics: TV’s, microwave ovens, appliances
    • Styrofoam, propane tanks, tires
    • Any soiled or greasy paper or cardboard, including pizza boxes
    • Used Syringes – please use our Think Green from Home program for this

    Waste Management will not collect yard waste, grass, televisions, computer equipment, appliances containing refrigerants, construction debris and hazardous waste. Our company also will not collect any liquid waste, including paint. If you have paint you no longer need, attempt to give it to someone who can use it. Otherwise, before placing out for the trash collection allow the paint to dry out or add cat litter or sand to the paint so that is no longer liquid.

    Recycling Options

    Recycle automotive batteries and used motor oil through a service station or car parts supplier. Recycle dry-cell batteries, CFL light bulbs, electronics and safely dispose of used syringes using Waste Management’s for-a-fee, order-from-home services available through Also visit website to learn more about recycling.


    The authority has made significant improvements to our billing procedures, with several benefits to our customers, including a new and improved invoice layout, and a new web-based Customer Portal that enables you to access your account information and activity from any internet connected device. In addition, you will be able to view your account history and pay your bills. These options are in addition to the way you are used to paying such as through your bank or writing a check and mailing it in.

    To use our Customer Portal:

    1. Link to

    2. Click Set Up Online Access

    3. Enter the required information, including your account number and CID number, both of which may be found on your invoice. (postcard)

    4. Create a password for your account

    5. Click Create Account You will now be able to pay your bill online via credit card after you create and access your account, choose Pay Now under Account Actions and provide the required payment information.

    You can still mail in your payment using one check. (no need to send separate checks any longer).  

    Beginning the first quarter of 2020 your water and sewer rates will increase by $3.00 each.

    This information will also be in your next billing at the end of the year.

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