Fall Leaf Pickup

Week #1: October 10th – 13th, Week #2: October 24th – 27th, Week #3: November 7th – 10th, Week #4: November 21st – 24th. Leaves will be picked up curbside on the residents regular refuse day by Waste Management. Leaves should be bagged in clear plastic bags no larger than 33 gallon capacity. These leaves …

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Collection Drive

KEEP IT IN THE CREEK WEEK EVENT Harborcreek, Fairfield, and Brookside – Fuel the Fire Departments Collection Drive HELP SUPPORT ONE OF OUR THREE VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENTS IN HARBORCREEK BY DROPPING OFF ANY OF THE FOLLOWING ITEMS:– Cases of Water– Any type of bagged or wrapped snack– Hot Chocolate Mix– Juice or Gatorade– Sharpies, Yellow …

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HHS Newsletter

Attached is the latest issue of The Harbor View newsletter of the Harborcreek Historical Society. HHS Newsletter

Recycling Events

Where can I recycle hazardous waste? The Erie County Recycling Program sponsors Household Hazardous Waste and Electronics Collection events, operated by Noble Environmental Specialty Recycling. The collections are open to all Erie County residents. There is a fee of $0.50 per pound. 2023 EVENT DATES & locations: Pre-registration is required. You will select a drop-off …

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Business View Magazine

Special thanks to Business View Magazine for featuring Harborcreek Township in the latest issue of their nationally circulated magazine. Read the article hear…Business View Magazine.

Prism Glass Recycling

We have partnered with Prism Glass Recycling as a drop off location. Glass can be brought to the northeast corner of the municipal garage parking lot behind the municipal building. Visit Prism Glass Recycling for list of acceptable glass items. You can also click the graphic below.

Salvation Army

Drop-off your gently used shoes and clothing here at the Municipal Building. Look for the large white Salvation Army – Donation Collection Bin setting outside in front of the building.

Retire Your Old Glory

We are proud to participate in the “Retire Your Old Glory” program to retire United States of America flags in a dignified and respectful manner. A “Retire Your Old Glory” bin is located in the back entrance to the Harborcreek Township building and is available during normal business hours.

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