“Once A Chief,  Always A Chief”

“Once A Chief, Always A Chief”

A look back at Daniel A. Moore’s career as Chief of Beaver VFD From the Volunteer Firefighter Magazine, July 1957  —   Submitted by John Grosskopf “Once a fireman, always a fireman,’ is an old phrase, but in the case of Daniel A. Moore, it has been extended to “Once a...
Help Us Save the Pool!

Help Us Save the Pool!

The Beaver Swim and Dive Team looks forward to seeing you again this summer at the borough pool concession stand! For the second year, we’ll be running the concession stand as a fundraiser, serving up eats & treats to hungry pool patrons all summer long. 100% of...
Volunteering for the Beaver VFD

Volunteering for the Beaver VFD

Written by John Grosskopf, Fire Chief, Beaver VFD Volunteering is the practice of people working on behalf of others without being motivated by financial or material gain. Volunteering is generally considered an altruistic activity, intended to promote good and...
Use of Yard Waste Facility

Use of Yard Waste Facility

From the Beaver Police Department: The Beaver Police Department would like to take a moment and remind residents to be mindful of what you are dumping at the Borough’s yard waste disposal facility along the Ohio River. The police department has been receiving...
From the Code  Enforcement Office

From the Code Enforcement Office

Written by Rick Sprecker, Code Enforcement Officer for Beaver Borough Summer is when people spend more time on outside recreational activities, performing needed property maintenance and new construction. Please consider these tips during your warm weather summer...
Our Memorials & Monuments

Our Memorials & Monuments

The Borough is blessed to have many noteworthy memorials and monuments, such as the Fort McIntosh Memorial on River Road, the World War II Memorial in Irvine Park, the Korean War and Vietnam Veterans Memorials in Quay Square, the Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Monument in...
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