2040 Hay Terrace, Wilson Borough, PA 18042
Call Us: 610-258-6142
Email Us: boroughsecretary@wilsonborough.org








Job Opportunity

The Wilson Borough Fire Department is accepting applications for part-time firefighter positions.   The minimum qualifications are as follows:

1. Certification to Firefighter I level

2. Current Pennsylvania certification as an EMT or Emergency Medical Responder (formerly known as First Responder)

Applicants without these pre-requisites will NOT be accepted.

For a complete information packet with more details, contact Fire Chief Michael Collins at firechief@wilsonborough.org.


Job Opportunity

Police Officer

The Borough of Wilson is updating the eligibility list for the civil service, full-time position of Police Officer.  An application form and details of the selection process may be obtained at the Municipal Building, 2040 hay Terrace, Easton, PA, during the hours of 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.  The application is also available on the Borough’s website: www.wilsonborough.org.

Basic requirements: United States Citizen, 21 years of age, high school graduate or equivalent, possess a valid PA motor vehicle operator’s license prior to appointment.  Applicant must be a certified Police Officer under (PA) Act 120, Municipal Police Officer’s Education and Training Commission prior to appointment.

The initial testing phase will consist of written and physical agility examinations.  An oral interview will then be offered to those that pass the initial testing.  If selected further, physical and psychological exams, drug test and a background check are required.

A non-refundable $65.00 cashier’s check or money order is required when the application is filed.  A copy of the valid current operator’s license along with a current MPOETC card or copy of a Police Academy Diploma must be included.

Completed applications must be received by 4:30 p.m. on Monday, July 14, 2014.

Click here for Police Application


Wilson police officers get promoted

(from left) Wilson Borough police officers Christian Meehan, E.B. Shull, Michael Potope, and Calvin Siegfried are promoted to the rank of sergeant during a ceremony Monday evening at Wilson Borough.


Waste Management will be offering a free, home collection program for Household Generated Special Materials for Residents of Wilson Borough beginning July 1, 2014.

For further information, please click below.

Household Generated Special Materials


Wilson Borough Recycling Calendar 2014

Thursday, June 26

Thursday, July 10

Thursday, July 24

Thursday, August 7

Thursday, August 21

Friday, September 5

Thursday, September 18

Thursday, October 2

Thursday, October 16

Thursday, October 30

Thursday, November 13

Friday,  November 28

Thursday, December 11

Friday, December 26




Alarm Clocks
Answering Machines
Audio Recorders – Digital or Tape
Bread Makers
Calculators / Adding Machines
CD Players
Cell Phones
Circuit Boards
Clothes Dryer
Clothes Washer
Coffee / Cappuccino Makers
Compact Disks
Computer – Laptops
Computer – Network Servers
Computer – Towers
Copiers – Floor Models, Desktop
Cords / Cables / Wires
Curling Irons / Hair Stylers / Hot Rollers
DVD / Blu-Ray Players
DVD’s, Floppy(s), VCR Tapes
Electronic Keyboards
Extension Cords
Fans – Ceiling, Floor Model, Desktop, Window
Fitness Equipment – Treadmill, Elipticals, etc.
Games – Hand Held
Games – Video Console
Grills (no tanks)
Hair Dryers
Metal Scrap
Modems – Air Cards
Monitor – LCD’s / Plasma
Monitors – CRT
Movie Projectors
Panini Irons
Popcorn Makers
Portable Heaters
Power Tools – Drills
Power Tools – Misc.
Power Tools – Saws
Printers – Desktop
Shavers / Trimmers
Small Appliances
Tapes – Magnetic Tapes
Toasters / Toaster Ovens
Vacuum Cleaners
Video Gaming Systems
Waffle Irons
Weed Trimmers (electric)*Freon-Bearing Items – $20.00 fee
• Air Conditioners
• Dehumidifiers*NO Batteries, Lamps or Fire Alarms


Tuesday, Thursday, Friday  9:30 am to 4:00 pm and the first Saturday of every month from 9am to 12pm

1120 South 25th   Street,  Easton

Enter off of Freemansburg Avenue






Wilson Borough firefighters rescue
woman from burning car at Phillipsburg gas station

Published: Friday, March
30, 2012, 1:29 PM Updated: Friday, March 30, 2012, 8:56 PM
By Tony Rhodin |
The Express-Times


Wilson Borough firefighter Mark Cooke, who was stopped Friday morning at the traffic
light in Phillipsburg’s Union Square, saw a car burning in the adjacent US gas
station. Cooke and firefighter Charlie Wacik rushed to help a woman out of the
car, according to Phillipsburg Fire Chief Rich Hay

Off-duty Wilson Borough
firefighters Mark Cooke and Charlie Wacik were waiting late this morning at the
traffic light on South Main Street in Phillipsburg
when they saw smoke coming from a car at the adjacent US Gas station.

Cooke initially thought it was just car exhaust. Instead it was a car fire
that, as it quickly grew, began to panic people at the station.

The friends pulled into the lot as smoke from the car — parked at a pump –
was thickening.

“I saw there’s a lady still in it,” Cooke said shortly
afterward, adding he was shocked. “I’m like, ‘We’ve got to get her out
of there.’”

The pair pulled the elderly woman out of the car unharmed but shook up, he
said. She was checked out by an emergency medical services crew.

“We got her out of the car just in time,” he

The first call on the fire came in at 11:16 a.m. Phillipsburg
fire Chief Rich Hay said the fire was caused by mechanical issues with the car.

The car fire was just smoky at first, but then the Wilson Borough firefighters
saw flames, Cooke said

Cooke said he and Wacik, who both live in Wilson, used chemical fire
extinguishers from the borough station and Cooke’s car to keep the fire under
control until Phillipsburg firefighters arrived. They also made sure the gas
pumps were turned off.

The off-duty firefighters had no protective gear in the car, but Cooke said
that didn’t matter.

“We just sprung into action and did our thing,” Cooke,
39. said. “It is what we’re trained to do. We don’t really think about

Cooke said the entire endeavor was just “standard

“We’re just glad to be able to make sure she was OK,” he

Phillipsburg police also
aided in keeping the fire from getting out of control, Cooke said.

Hay, the town fire chief, said he did not have the woman’s name to release.
Town police did not respond to calls for comment.


 Attention Wilson Borough Residents

     You can now pay your  Sewer/Garbage Bill  and Wilson Borough Real Estate Property Tax on line with a credit card.   Just click here  to enter the Official Payment web site.  Click the “Local Payment” box , then the State, and Wilson Borough in the “Entity”box.  Click on the Payment Type which will reveal the payment to be made. From there follow the instruction for each page. It should be noted that there is a fee for this type of payment. To determine the credit card payment fee click on the Fee Calculator link and follow the instructions


Congratulations to Officer Chris Mehan on being appointed to the position of full-time Detective.
His appointment leaves a position available as a full-time officer.

Pictures From The 2012 Borough Wide Yard Sale  CLICK HERE!!!

Wilson Borough Presents
The 5th Annual Borough Wide Flea Market and Yard Sale
At Meuser Park on Saturday August 16, 2014 From 8:00 to 1:00 PM
Bring your unwanted treasures and a blanket or tables to sell them on.
Meet your neighbors.
Free 15 x15 Space to Setup and Sell for Wilson Borough Residents.$10.00 per space for non-residentsTo Reserve your space now
Download the application form here
Borough-Wide-Yard-Sale-2014-Application-pdf and return it to:
Borough of Wilson
2040 Hay Terrace
Easton, PA 18042

Deadline for applications is Wednesday August 13, 2014

Questions: wbcouncilpres@aol.com
Call the Borough Office at 610-258-6142

Food available and Fun for All
Restrooms Available
Don’t Miss this Great Event

Rain or Shine

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