Field Audit by Street Light Contractor

Evari GIS Consulting will be in the Borough either Monday, May 20th or Tuesday, May 21st to conduct a field survey of the Borough’s streetlights. The field audit will take approximately one (1) day to complete. Evari auditors will be wearing yellow safety vests and traveling via car and walking.  Auditors’ cars will have magnetic placards similar to the picture below.MagnetExample


May 18th- Bulk Trash Collection

Malvern Borough Bulk Trash Day
(Malvern Borough Residents Only!)
Bulk Trash Day will be Saturday, May 18th 2019 for the Malvern Borough. Please have your items curbside no later then 7am on the 18th.
Bulk items include household furniture and appliances without Freon, certification of Freon removal must be visible. Two people must be able to lift the items into the collection vehicle. The items should be under 5′ in length.  
Acceptable items collected includes: bed frames, box spring, mattress, dressers, end tables, sofas, chairs, tables, hot water heater, washer, dryer, stove, dishwasher, carpet cut into 4′ sections, rolled and taped or tied, toilets can be taken. 
Non-acceptable items collected include: construction debris (permanent fixture of the home), hazardous waste, car parts, tires or plant waste, electronics, tvs, bricks, dirt, or concrete, liquids or sealed containers such as propane tanks. Large piles of debris will not be collected. Items that cannot be bagged or boxed for regular Tuesday and Friday collection must be bundled and will be taken as a bulk item.   
Please reach out to the Malvern Borough Administrative Office with any questions regarding Bulk Trash Day and items collected.

NOTICE – New Stop Signs at Sugartown Road & Monument Avenue


Motorists are advised that the PA Department of Transportation (PennDOT) installed two (2) new STOP signs at the intersection of Sugartown Road and Monument Avenue on April 3, 2019. These STOP signs were the result of an evaluation completed by PennDOT at the request of Malvern Borough and Willistown Township. The Malvern Police Department has placed advanced warning signs to alert motorists to the changes to this intersection.

We thank all motorists for their cooperation as we work to make you aware of these modifications.

Tax Season Scam


Malvern Borough Police warns against scams.  During this time of year, “tax season” many people fall victim to scams.  The IRS will not call you or email you for any reason.  The IRS uses the United States Postal service to notify you.  NEVER give your information out over the phone.


National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

The Holiday’s are a happy joyous time for many people, however, they can bring emotions of sadness and hopelessness for others. If you are having suicidal thoughts, or if you know of someone who is, please know there is help available. Asking for help is not a sign of weakness, you are not alone. Please call 911 or you can speak with someone at the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255.


Empty Your Medicine Cabinet

The Malvern Borough Police Department has placed a drop-off box for prescription and OTC drugs, located on the same level of the library, inside the stairwell that leads to the Borough Administration Office/Public Meeting Room.

ACCEPTED:  Prescription Medication / Over-the-counter medications.

NOT ACCEPTED:  Illegal drugs, Needles, Aerosol Cans, Lotions/Liquids, and Inhalers