Electric Department – The Borough of Ellwood City is one of only 35 municipalities in Pennsylvania that buy and sell electricity to ultimately help stabilize local budgets and real estate taxes. The Electric Department is comprised of three to four Linemen, a Working Foreman, and a Superintendent. The department provides electric service to over 4,000 customers and is responsible for maintenance and upgrades to a 4160/2400v system including transformers, poles, wires, substations, regulators, street lights, traffic signals, and electric to residential, commercial, and industrial customers in borough owned buildings.
Public Works & Street Department – The Public Works Department consists of one division that takes care of all Borough maintenance. The department has ten employees with over 100 years of experience in Public Works. The department maintains 36 miles of storm sewers, 34 miles of sanitary sewer lines, 64 miles of roads, six playgrounds, and two parks and is responsible for keeping all roads and alleys free of snow and ice. Please trust we are working diligently to serve your needs and keep Ellwood City maintained as best we can. We pride ourselves on keeping Ellwood City beautiful, safe, and well maintained.
Wastewater Treatment Plant – The Borough of Ellwood City operates and maintains the wastewater treatment plant and several lift stations throughout the borough. There are 30 miles of sanitary sewer in the borough. The facility is located on Wampum Road in Wayne Township and services approximately 3,500 households in the borough. The plant operates under the guidelines of the DEP and EPA.
Animal Control Officer – Animal control office is responsible for responding to requests for help with animals ranging from wild animals, dangerous animals, animals in distress, and other animal related matters.
Phone: (724) 758-7564 – [24 hours a day]
District Attorney Joshua Lamancusa – The mission of the Lawrence County District Attorney’s Office is to pursue justice and protect the people of the County of Lawrence and the State of Pennsylvania by aggressively and fairly prosecuting those who violate the law.
430 Court Street
New Castle, PA 16101
Jerry Cartwright, Magisterial District Judge – The district office handles the actions associated with traffic citations, nontraffic citations, and the filing of criminal complains and holds proceedings on civil and landlord/tenant cases seeking up to $12,000.00.
607 Lawrence Avenue
Ellwood City, Pa 16117