Roseto Borough invites you to explore our new web site and learn about our municipality. Located in Northampton County, Pennsylvania, this modest community is rich in tradition and strong family values. While we pride ourselves on this web site we encourage you to take time and visit us in person to enjoy the full experience of Roseto
The goal of Roseto Borough Mayor, Council, and staff is to provide public services through fiscally efficient municipal governing. The coordination of police services, fire protection, emergency medical care, recreation, planning, zoning, permitting and enforcement of general ordinances are all performed with constant focus on our residents’ well being, while maintaining a predictable and stable tax rate.
Your time and suggestions are valued, please take a moment to send us your thoughts.
Please review the upcoming list of community events on the “upcoming events” link to the left side of this page.
SNOW PLOWING IS HERE !!!
Please review the “Snow Emergency” section to the left side of this page. Our Street Department thanks you for your care and consideration when driving during Winter conditions. Please drive safely when you see our crews working in or on the streets.
Roseto Borough is pleased to announce the new “ROSETO EMERGENCY AND ANNOUNCEMENT HOTLINE!”
Whenever there is an announcement about activities in the Borough or we need to declare an emergency, we will be sending a voice message call to everyone in the Borough who registers their telephone number with the Borough Manager.
In order to be included to this broadcast message system, you need to contact the Borough office with your name, address and contact telephone number you prefer to receive these important calls. This can be a house phone or a cell phone. Answering machines or voice mail will not affect the call from being left for you.
There is no cost to you to have your number added. This will be the quickest way for you to stay informed about the happenings in the Borough as well as any emergency that needs to be declared by the Mayor or Borough Council.
Roseto Borough Park is open on April 1 and closed November 1 annually.
Friendly reminders to all Roseto Borough Residents and Visitors
Please note Borough Ordinance #405, adopted July 12th, 2010 specifies that your garbage may not be placed curbside prior to Noon on the day before normal pick-up. Please note that if a holiday occurs Monday, Tuesday, or Wednesday, our weekly garbage/recycling collection is pushed back one day.
Please remember while walking your pets, please be respectful and pick up any waste your dog(s) may leave in your neighbor’s yard or on public property and help keep our community clean. Dogs must be leashed while being walked.
The Roseto Borough Police Department will monitor that all comply with these Borough Ordinances. Thank you for keeping our town clean and orderly.