trash truckMalvern Borough Bulk Trash Day

The FALL Bulk Trash Day will be SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26th 2020 for the Malvern Borough. Please have your items curbside no later than 7am on the 26th.

All mattresses and box springs must be wrapped in plastic as requested by Charles Blosenski Disposal Co. due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

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 contact Malvern Borough at 610-644-2602 if you have any questions.

Virtual Walking Tour

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Virtual Walking Tour with the Malvern Historical Commission

Join the Malvern Historical Commission virtually as we take you on a brief walking tour of some of our historic buildings on King Street from the comfort of your living room!

LIKE and FOLLOW the Malvern Historical Commission Facebook Page (https://www.facebook.com/malvernborohistory) where we will use Facebook Live for this event on Tuesday, September 29, 2020 at 6pm.

Feel welcome to download your own copy of our four walking tours here if you’d like to follow along: http://www.malvern.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/walking-tour-2015-2017-07-31.pdf We’ll do one tour for you on 9/29, but there are three more to do on your own!

Follow our Instagram page https://www.instagram.com/malvernborohistory for more content, both historic and contemporary.

Household Hazardous Waste Event- 10/10/20



Pre-registration is required!

Saturday, October 10, 2020 in West Chester

To register for an appointment time, visit our website page:


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Our plans were revised for PA DEP approval while Chester County is in the “green phase.”

Only 1 Person per household per vehicle. New PADEP approvals limit capacity at these events. The event will be monitored to ensure compliance.

Stay in your vehicle. Masks must be worn.

This will be a “contact-less” event!

All HHW items must be in the trunk, cargo area of an SUV, or bed of a truck. HHW staff will remove all items. Do NOT leave your vehicle!

Malvern Library- LIMITED Saturday Hours!


Malvern Library is happy to announce we are opening with limited hours on Saturdays starting September 12 from 10am – 2pm for Grab N’ Go browsing only. While you may not be able to use our computers or reading room, you will be able to come in and select items to borrow or pick up your holds without a reservation. Please take a moment and read our guidelines for reopening.

All patrons must wear a mask for entry (children under the age of 2 are exempt)

Capacity will be limited, please be considerate of others wishing to enter the library.

Computers, reading room, and study tables are not available for use at this time.

Browsing in the children’s library will be limited and toys will not be available for play.

In addition, the Chester County Library System app now has a self-check out feature for contactless transactions. If you have the app make sure it is updated, if you don’t have the app, be sure to download it today.

We are excited to see everyone again and we are looking forward to September 12!

Malvern Borough- Virtual Meetings


Pursuant to State and Federal guidelines to minimize public exposure to COVID-19, and in accordance with Act No. 15 of 2020, the following meetings of Malvern Borough will be conducted remotely via Zoom. No in-person attendance will be available. The Borough is not liable for any computer security problems that participants may experience. Participants joining these meetings via computer or phone will be given an opportunity to speak.

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Upcoming Meetings:

Borough Council – September 15

Shade Tree Commission – September 21

Environmental Advisory Council – September 24

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Malvern Borough 2020 Real Estate Tax Payments- Deadline Extended


On April 21, 2020, Malvern Borough Council adopted Resolution No. 810.  This resolution extended the extended the deadline for 2020 Real Estate Tax payments in accordance with Act No. 15 of 2020, which was signed into law on April 20, 2020.  The new deadlines are as follows:

  • Discount period – Payment during the discount period outlined on your Real Estate Tax bill is extended until August 31, 2020.
  • Face period – Payment during the face period outlined on your Real Estate Tax bill is extended until December 31, 2020.

All fees or penalties otherwise associated with the late payment of real estate taxes if paid in full by December 31, 2020.  Please be advised that this extension only applies to real estate due for 2020.

Please contact the Malvern Borough administrative office if you have any questions.


Pennsylvania Expands Mask-Wearing Order


The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania is expanding its mask-wearing directive in order to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.  As issued by Dr. Rachel Levine, PA Secretary of Health, masks must be worn whenever an individual leaves their home.  This includes all public spaces.  Exceptions to this order include the following:

  • Anyone who cannot wear a mask due to a medical condition
  • Anyone in a job in which wearing mask would create unsafe conditions, including operating equipment or a task determined by workplace safety guidelines
  • Anyone who cannot remove the mask on their own
  • Children under the age of 2
  • Individuals who are communicating or trying to communicate with someone who is hearing impaired

Additional information may be found in the links below: