With Halloween right around the corner, the Borough of Wyomissing Parks and Recreation would like all trick-or-treaters to know that trick-or-treating is not a Borough event however, is permitted to take place on Halloween night. The Borough will not be responsible for setting inclement weather dates.

Looking for some treats and no tricks? Join the Borough of Wyomissing Recreation Board for the Children’s Halloween Parade during the Fitzy’s 5K event on Sunday, October 31, 2021! Please click here for more information.

Join the Berks County Amateur Astronomical Society for an evening under the stars. They will supply telescopes and share knowledge about the various planets you will be able to see. Please park in the Wyomissing Parkland parking lot, 2114 Parkview Drive, Wyomissing, PA (On the left just inside the entrance to The Highlands of Wyomissing.) Walk up the trail to the top of the hill where the telescopes will be set up.

Friday November 5th 7:00-9:00 PM

Rain Date November 6th 7:00-9:00 PM

The trail behind the pool from Old Mill Road going towards Old Man Echo has reopened, but residents are asked to still use caution as the terrain is a little rough. 

*From our Refuse Haulers:*

Waste Management, the nation’s leading environmental services provider, is proud to service the residents of Wyomissing Borough and would like to apologize to the community for service difficulties residents have been experiencing for the last few months.

The effects of the ongoing COVID pandemic continue to impact our business and, like many transportation companies, we are being challenged by a shortage of commercial truck drivers and technicians. We regret the inconvenience this is causing our customers in Wyomissing and are taking strong steps to resolve this situation and satisfy our customers.

Thank you for patience and again, sorry for the inconvenience as we work to resolve this situation and satisfy our customers.

Looking for COVID vaccination availabilities and other helpful resources? Click here to view available resources from Do Your Part Berks.

The Borough of Wyomissing would like to wish residents and visitors a safe and happy Summer, and kindly remind residents and visitors that fireworks are NOT permitted within the Borough.

The 2020 Water Consumer Confidence Report is now available. Please click the button below to review the report.

(reports are available mid-year, the following year)

2020 Water Quality Report

Yard waste collections will begin on Wednesday, March 17, 2021 and run every Wednesday through December 8, 2021. As a reminder, all collections are considered to be grass clippings, leaves, and small twigs. Collections must be in biodegradable bags, refuse type containers, or in bundles if you are setting sticks at the curb. Please remember that containers and bags should weight less than 40lbs each, please do not set items in the street. For more information, please visit the Refuse and Recycling portion of our website.

If your home, surrounding property, or business were affected by Tropical Storm Isaias on August 4, 2020, the U.S. Small Business Administration is offering low interest rate loans to help with rebuilding efforts. Please click here for more information.

You may have noticed the recycling mailer that was sent out by J.P. Mascaro, increasing the type of items that can now be recycled. The Borough of Wyomissing is pleased to announce that we are now participating in the Flexible Plastic Packaging Program offered through J.P. Mascaro. What has changed? You are less restricted to the items you put in your recycle container, empty bottles, containers and packaging need to be thoroughly washed out, and due to the light-weight items now accepted, we ask that residents utilize the lids provided with your recycling cans.

Need a new recycle can? Please contact Borough Hall at 610-376-7481 to request a new one. Have questions on items that can or cannot be recycled? Please click the button below to review the acceptable items. Still unsure about something you want to recycle? Call the experts at J.P. Mascaro: 484-250-4686, they’re available to guide you in the direction of proper recycling.

J.P. Mascaro Recycling Mailer