City of Farrell, Mercer County, Pennsylvania

Farrell is a 108-year old community in southwestern Mercer County located along the Pennsylvania/Ohio border. Our once great steel mill town has experienced its ups and downs. Although population has declined from a high of over fifteen thousand in 1920 to just over six thousand in the 2000 census, community pride has not diminished. Our ethnically diverse City has lost business, industry and people, but those of us who remain here continue to have hope for a bright future, just as our founders did when the City was incorporated as the Borough of South Sharon on November 15, 1901.

For our residents and business owners, we encourage you to take advantage of our site and to contact us with questions, concerns or comments. We want to provide you the best service we can. For others, we hope you will visit our community in person. We will welcome you warmly.

Sincerely,
 Olive M. McKeithan
Olive M. McKeithan
Mayor, City of Farrell


Important Notices:
Request To Speak At Council Meeting

2015 Fall Leaf Pickup Dates

Police Chief Position Information

August 2015 Newsletter

New Garbage Service

Resident Earned Income Tax Rate Increased in 2015 to 2.1%


Sewer Billing Information:
Imporant Links:

Shenango Valley Animal Shelter

Shenango Valley Animal Shelter
 


Penn-Northwest Development Corporation
 
Shenango Valley Shuttle Service

Shenango Valley Shuttle Service
 
Berkheimer Tax Administrator

Berkheimer Tax Administrator
 
Application Forms

Application Forms
 
Best Storm Water Practices

Best Storm Water Practices
 
Visit Mercer County

Visit Mercer County
 
A Look At The Budget

A Look at the Budget
 
PA Home Rule Handbook

PA Home Rule Handbook
 

 

Featured Business of the Month

Coming soon, we will be spotlighting local businesses! Interested in having yours considered? Contact the City Building for more information!

icon Best Storm Water Practices

Every year, the City is required to apply to the PA DEP for a permit which allows for storm water from Farrell to flow into the Shenango River. Here you can view the application and the actual permit from DEP approving the application. The final document is a City of Farrell Employee Training Plan which is to be followed annually. Please direct any questions or comments about this information to James Branca, City of Farrell Waste Water Treatment Plant Superintendent.”
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icon Home Rule

The Home Rule Chater has been posted online for review.
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Upcoming Meetings & Events:

Presidents Day
Monday, February 15, 2016
Offices Closed
  
Council Meeting
Monday, February 22, 2016

6:30PM   
Good Friday
Friday, March 25, 2016
Offices Closed
  
Council Meeting
Monday, March 28, 2016

6:30PM   

For complete calendar here.

City of Farrell, Pennsylvania
500 Roemer Boulevard, Farrell, PA 16121
phone: (724) 983-2703 fax: (724) 983-2719
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