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City Hall Will be closed Presidents Day February 18, 2019

City Hall will reopen Tuesday February 19, 2019

1st Annual Black History Month Book Reading and Breakfast

In partnership with the Coatesville Parks & Recreation Commission, the City of Coatesville is proud to support the First Annual Black History Month Book Reading and Breakfast. The event will be held at the Coatesville City Hall, One City Hall Place on Saturday, February 16, 2019, starting at 10:30am ~ ending at 1:00pm. This event […]

Pay Parking tickets online issued after January 23, 2019

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Thank you Public Works Department

for all your hard work.  

2019 Calendar Yard Waste, Trash Holiday and Bulk Pick Up

2019 Trash Pick Up Holiday Service Days (highlighted grey), trash will be picked up one day later. Yard Waste Days (Red), must call the day before pick up 610-384-0300 or 610-384-2861. Bulk Pick Up Day (highlighted green). In 2019, Bulk pick up will start on the 1st Monday of every month. Eagle Disposal 717-355-9560. Please […]

President Day Observance

City Hall will be closed February 18, 2019.  

Coatesville is proud to bring Harmony to Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard.

The City of Coatesville honors Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with the renaming of Harmony Street (from 1st thru 4th) to Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. We welcome all travelers who fly, run, walk, and crawl…to the City of Coatesville. Watch for the 2019 recognition ceremony. On August 27, 2018 City Council approved and Ordinance […]

Let’s Keep Coatesville Clean

IF YOU SEE TRASH, PICK IT UP! Coatesville is home to over 13,100 inhabitants. We take pride in our community and efforts to protect public health. Each resident, tenant, and business owner plays a key role in keeping Coatesville clean, so if you see trash in your neighborhood, pick it up! Use totes and dumpsters […]

Sign Repair Locations

760 Merchant Street 720 Coates Street 540 Elm Street 114 Chester Avenue 330, 332, 333 Charles Street These are stop signs and/or handicap signs

City Hall has moved to 1 City Hall Place

All offices are open for business.