Borough of South Coatesville
The Borough Council Committee works with the Borough Council, Secretary Treasurer, and Borough Manager to manage and maintain the fiscal stability of South Coatesville Borough.
Borough of South Coatesville is in full disclosure of Act 44 Disclosure Compliance Law.
Borough of South Coatesville promotes the disclosure of information for Professional Services.
Borough of South Coatesville practices the laws of Equal Opportunity.
A Borough Council Committee that regularly meets to discuss, plan and oversee Adult, Seniors, Children and Youth activities within the Borough. The Borough Council Committee is responsible for organizing and maintaining recreation programs and events within the Borough throughout the entire year. The purchase of event, skating or movie tickets are especially helpful in continually establishing a joint community project.
Refers to the sustained, concerted actions of this Committee that promotes the standard of living and economic health of this Borough. Economic development can also be referred to as the quantitative and qualitative changes in our economy. These actions can involve multiple areas including development of human capital, critical infrastructure, regional competitiveness, environmental sustainability, social inclusion, health, safety, literacy, and other initiatives.
Zoning may be use-based (regulating the uses to which land may be put), or it may regulate building height, lot coverage, and similar characteristics, or some combination of these. Similar urban planning methods have dictated the use of various areas for particular purposes in this Borough.
Zoning is used to also prevent new development from interfering with existing residents or businesses and to preserve the“character” of a community. Zoning is commonly controlled by local governments such as counties, cities, Boroughs or municipalities, though the nature of some zoning regime may be determined or can be limited by state or national planning authorities or through enabling legislation.
RECYCLING & WASTE
The Borough of South Coatesville recycles once a week on Wednesday. All Business and Home owners are encouraged to recycle. Recycling information is found in the Resource Center.South Coatesville’s Recycling Committee meets monthly with the four municipal members of the Recycling Authority to plan, discuss and manage the Compost site, and recycling trash. Borough made compost is free to each participating recycling Municipality and its residents.
Hours of Operation Compost Site/Recycle
• Daily: Monday to Friday; Municipality pickup
• Residents: Tuesday Compost pickup/Personal Recycle
Recycling Authority Monthly Meetings
4th Tuesday of each month, rotating meetings at participating Municipalities, 1:30 pm
IT: INTERNET TECHNOLOGY
Borough Council Committee of Council Members that work together to maintain the Borough of South Coatesville’s online Web Site, for the Borough, its residents, its business partners and Council Members.
IT Meeting Date: Monthly
Borough of South Coatesville Citizens are appointed by Borough Council Members, to serve terms of 3 to 4 years each. The memberships appointed assignments are to review and make written recommendation’s to Borough Council in regards to projects at hand.
Meeting Date: 2nd Monday of each month. July 11th, August 8th, September 12th, October 10th, November 7th and December 12th 2016.
Borough Citizens appointed to serve on a Board to hearing Zoning issues of Residences within the Borough, according to the laws written in the Borough Code Book and Zoning ordinances of the Borough.
Meetings as scheduled.
Borough Police Department
Modena Fire Department
Borough of South Coatsville
136 Modena Road
South Coatesville, PA 19320