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2021 Hometown Holiday Parade Registration

October 4, 2021

Registration is now open for the 2021 Hometown Holiday Parade! New Visions for Lawrence County, along with a variety of community partners, is excited to host this year’s Holiday Parade and Light Up the Night ceremony to kick-off the Hometown …

Posted in City News, Parades / Events

Fall Leaf Pick Up | Oct 11 – Nov 18

September 30, 2021

Just use a brown leaf bag and put out during your normal trash pick up! Oct 11 – Nov 18, 2021 Remember, only clean fill (leaves, etc). Your leaves will be eventually used as compost for local farmers! Thank You!

Posted in City News, Public Works

CDBG Application for Business Relief

September 29, 2021

1. Please download and complete the following form: New Castle CDBG Request Form (PDF) New Castle CDBG Request Form (Word Docx) 2. When complete please send to: M&L Associates c/o Julia 800 Vinial Street, Suite B414 Pittsburgh, PA 15212 Via …

Posted in CDBG, City News

Blood Drive – Sept 15, 11am – 4pm

August 19, 2021

NEW CASTLE FIRE DEPARTMENT MULTIPURPOSE ROOM 10 MARGARET STREET NEW CASTLE, PA 16101 To schedule your lifesaving appointment, go to https://donateblood.centralbloodbank.org: – Choose “Donor Login” if you have donated with Vitalant or Central Blood Bank before – If you have not …

Posted in City News, Fire Department

Summer Concerts Live! at Riverwalk Park

June 24, 2021
Posted in City News

City to Temporarily Waive Rental Registration Late Fees

May 20, 2021

My administration has been working tirelessly to develop a plan to revitalize not only our business district but our neighborhoods as well. As such, it is our intent to work with landlords and tenants to ensure that our city has …

Posted in City News, Code Enforcement, Mayor

City Officials will discuss plans to expend the stormwater system proceeds and elicit public feedback

May 13, 2021

On Friday, May 14, 2021, at Lincoln Garfield School on Long Avenue from 12:30 pm to 1:00 pm, City Officials will be announcing plans to expend the proceeds from the sale of the stormwater system and elicit citizen feedback. This event aims …

Posted in City News

Greater New Castle Recreation Authority Formation

May 7, 2021

The City of New Castle is in the process of forming the Greater New Castle Recreational Authority; an independent authority tasked with operating the Sylvan Heights Municipal Golf Course, to be managed by a Board of five (5) Directors appointed …

Posted in City News

Free Smoke Alarms & Fire Safety! May 8

May 7, 2021

We’re partnering with New Castle Fire Department to provide home fire  safety information and free smoke alarms, as it’s safe to do so. New Castle May 8, 2021 To schedule your smoke alarm appointment, call 724-480-3170  Learn more at SoundTheAlarm.org/GPA …

Posted in Fire Department

PennDOT – District 11 News

April 6, 2021

Early in 2021 my team and I visited our local PennDOT to discuss our cooperative agreement and explore opportunities to improve state and local roads throughout the City. PennDot released the following press release announcing that work will being on …

Posted in City News

Thank You Allegheny Health Network and Highmark!

March 31, 2021

Chief Michael Kobbe and the City of New Castle Firefighters would like to thank the Allegheny Health Network and Highmark for your donation of surgical masks, N95 masks, face shields and isolation gowns.  Your dedication and commitment to the safety …

Posted in City News, Fire Department, Health Department

Tax Deadline Extension

March 26, 2021

EXTENSION! Due to COVID-19, the payment plan deadline dates have been revised as follows: Payment #1; May 30, 2021 Payment #2; June 30, 2021 Payment #3; July 31, 2021 Payment #4; August 31, 2021 The following deadlines remain the same: TOTAL …

Posted in City Treasurer

City Hall Now Open

March 19, 2021

City Hall now is open to the public: Monday through Friday 8:30am – 12:00pm 1:00pm – 3:00pm Due to COVID-19, we are encouraging the public to utilize our alternative payment methods: Online payments can be made at newcastlepa.org The drop …

Posted in City Building, City News

New Castle Community Blood Drive – March 25

February 17, 2021

THURSDAY, MARCH 25 2 P.M. TO 7 P.M. NEW CASTLE FIRE DEPARTMENT MULTIPURPOSE ROOM 10 MARGARET STREET NEW CASTLE, PA 16101 Vitalant is now testing blood donations for COVID-19 antibodies. Learn more at vitalant.org/antibodytest For more information or to schedule …

Posted in City News

Winter Weather Advisory until 1pm Tuesday February 16, 2021

February 15, 2021

A winter weather advisory has been issued for Western Pennsylvania until 1pm Tuesday February 16, 2021. Due to inclement weather,  City of New Castle’s road crew will focus on keeping main roads open for emergency purposes. Side roads will be …

Posted in City News, Weather

New Castle Designated as Zoom Town

February 4, 2021

The Pandemic has changed the landscape of our nation and it is continuing to take its’ toll as we look to be working towards a cure and hopefully a return to normalcy. Or as close to normal as possible. In …

Posted in City News

City mandated by Act 47 to stop selling extra tags

February 1, 2021

Act 47 coordinator has mandated that Aiken Refuse Extra Tags can no longer be sold from City Hall. Their concern stems from Aiken Refuse participation rate dropping significantly to 50% in the first quarter of 2021. Aiken Refuse Extra Tags …

Posted in City News, Garbage & Waste

2021 Adopted City Budget

January 20, 2021

2021 Adopted Budget – City of New Castle, PA

Posted in City News

Public Notice – Independent Auditor’s Publication; Financial Statements

December 31, 2020

PUBLIC NOTICE – INDEPENDENT AUDITOR’S PUBLICATION OF THE CITY OF NEW CATLE, LAWRENCE COUNTY -CONCISE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS – In accordance with Section 1812(b) of the Third-Class City Code, the following is a summary of the 2019 Audit. The complete audit …

Posted in City News, Public Notice

Christmas Tree Disposal

December 30, 2020

Aiken will pick up Christmas Trees at no charge to their customer base between Jan 4 – Jan 14 on normal garbage days. * The tree must be free of decorations and trees greater than 8′ must be CUT into …

Posted in City News, Public Works
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