This is a message from Baden Borough. We are currently experiencing a boil water advisory from Ambridge Water Authority which requires to you as a consumer to take the following action. Boil water that is being consumed (drinking and cooking). We will be sending another message when the problem is corrected and your water is OK to consume without boiling.
Volunteer Need for Emergency Management Coordinator
Baden Borough is looking for an Emergency Management Coordinator. This is a volunteer position without pay. The EMC should possess the ability to:
- Read and understand state and federal laws
- Write plans
- Prepare budgets and be competent at fiscal administration
- Provide public and instructional presentations
- Operate computer, wireless and wired communications equipment
- Work effectively with Voluntary Organization’s Active in Disaster (VOAD) and other non-government organizations; and
- Work effectively with public safety services/organizations
Additional experience in disaster relief, hazardous materials and emergency services/management is recommended.
PEMA’s Emergency Management Directive requires that all EMCs complete the basic certification within one year of appointment and the advanced certification within three years of appointment.
Interested volunteers may submit their resume to the Baden Borough Office, 149 State Street Baden PA 15005. Please submit resumes by March 14th 2018.
Saturday, October 8, 2016
10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Baden Municipal Complex
Car Cruise 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Check out the new recycling and curbside wood chipping program.
Learn more about conserving water and where the water you use actually goes… Where does the water go?
Library hours are temporarily changing starting January 2, 2015 due to the state unsettled budget.
Library hours will be as follows:
Monday 9 – 5
The Recreation Board has a limited quantity of the Baden History Book, printed in 2013 for the Borough’s 175th Anniversary. The book has 246 pages, numerous photographs, includes the text of the 100th anniversary edition, and updated Baden history through 2013. The book originally sold for $12. We are offering it for $10. Plus you get a commemorative challenge coin for free. That is a $22 value for $10.
Recycling and Curbside wooding chipping dates may be found on the borough calendar.
Funded By DEP Recycling Grant