Berlin Borough COVID-19 Update

Effective immediately , Berlin Borough Municipal Building will be closed to the public in an effort to protect employees and the public and to prevent the spread of Coronavirus in the community.  We will be evaluating the reopening of the Municipal Building on a week-to week basis. Our employees will still be here to answer your questions and to address your concerns. 

All parks and playgrounds are closed until further notice.

The below municipal offices will be closed to the public. Should you need any assistance please email the following contacts: 

Berlin Borough Police Department will continue operations as usual.
IF YOU HAVE A POLICE EMERGENCY, PLEASE CALL 911.  If you have a police non-emergency that requires immediate police assistance, please call 856-783-4900

Trash pick-up and recycling will continue following normal schedule, however organics pick up is suspended until further notice. The Public Works Department facility on Watsontown - New Freedom Road will remain for Berlin residents to drop off trash, recycling and organics. 

Residents are encouraged to monitor our website for the most up to date information. We apologize for any operational inconvenience as we continue to work with County, State, and Federal government on this national emergency situation.

Important information and links:

  • Report a concern: this includes reporting a pothole, trash or recycling issue and more use 
  • Pay Taxes/Sewer bills: You can mail in or drop off a check in the box in front of the Borough Hall or pay online via the website. 
Mayor Rick Miller                           
Council President Jim Pearce    
Councilman Len Badolato          
Councilman Andy Simone          
Councilman Keith Hohing           
Councilwoman Patricia Cummings
Councilman Jake Miller