West Wyoming Borough

A community in Historic Northeastern Pennsylvania

The Borough of West Wyoming

The Borough of West Wyoming, nestled at the foot of Kingston Mountains, covers a total area of approximately five and one-half square miles. The Borough is located in the northeast section of Luzerne County, and is situated about midway between the cities of Scranton and Wilkes-Barre.

The Borough is comprised of mostly residential dwellings and as of the 2010 census there were 2,725 residents. The Borough provides street and sewer maintenance, refuse collection,  curbside recycling,  recreational facilities, as well as police, fire and EMS protection to its residents.


Sanitation Re-Bid Information

West Wyoming Borough is again seeking bids from qualified contractors for the collection and disposal of residential municipal solid waste, curbside recycling, and yard waste beginning February 1, 2022. Sealed bids must be submitted to the Borough Building, 464 W. 8th Street, West Wyoming, PA by 1:00 pm on November 8th, 2021.

For 2020, the Borough collected 624 tons of garbage and 297.98 tons of SSR.

Sanitation Collection Specifications

Bid Form

Borough Building Update

Borough Building Closed to Public Due to COVID-19

West Wyoming Borough remains operational, however the Town Hall remains closed to the public due to the Borough’s extended COVID-19 State of Emergency.

Please contact the Borough with routine questions at (570) 693-1311. Residents can use the black dropbox mounted on the outside of the Town Hall for making Borough payments. Use the separate white WVSA dropbox outside of the Town Hall for sewer payments.

Thank you for your continued cooperation during this time.