Boro Services


Garbage Collection
Garbage must be placed in appropriate containers and may only be placed at the curb the evening before the scheduled pick-up day.

Street Sweeping
Click HERE for the street sweeping schedule.

Public Works - 724-226-1333
Robert Betts – Foreman
John Firko
Mark Anuszek
Kevin Young
Ed Gutonski
Tim Dzugan
Brad Richards

Water Distribution
Ted Bajack - Supervisor 

Water Plant - 724-224-9688
Jeff Adams – Supervisor
Robert Arnold
Charleen Miller
Dave Kengor
Les Jones
Tim Rapp

Redcat Power - 724-224-1818

Emergency Management Team
Mark Anuzsek 
Tim Cornuet

Animal Control
Hoffman Kennels
Call 724-468-5505

Voters Polling Locations
1st Ward – Highland Hose Company
401 & 403 E 8th Avenue
2nd Ward – Tarentum Borough Building
318 E 2nd Avenue
3rd Ward – Holy Martyrs Social Hall
344 W 9th Avenue


Latest News

  • Household Hazardous Waste Collection (WM)

    As part of the residential solid waste and recycling contract with Waste Management, you have a convenient new opportunity to dispose of your Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) safely, easily and responsibly. Introducing At Your Door Special CollectionSM, a new residential service offered by WM to provide year-round HHW collections for you.

    Download the Flyer


  • Side Yard & Community Beautification Program

    For a limited time only, Allegheny County will be accepting applications for side yards to primary residences and community beautification projects to be acquired at a minimal cost to the applicant.


    Now Available - Online Utility Payments

    Tarentum Borough now offers Online Utility Payments for your water, electric and garbage. Please see the link on the upper right corner of our web page (PAY ONLINE), and begin making your monthly payments online. Contact the borough office at 724-224-1818 with any questions.

  • Project D.U.M.P.

    Please see the Documents Tab/Community Events to learn more about disposing of unused perscription narcotics and medications such as Vicodin, Percocet and Oxycontin.

  • PA Right To Know Law

    Ensuring open and honest government is a bedrock principle of democracy. It can only be attained through the unfettered exchange of information between citizens and their government. A citizen's right-to-know, sometimes known as freedom of information, fosters accountability, prevents abuses of power and promotes trust in government.