Motorist Advisory & Parking Advisory: Weather permitting, work will begin Tuesday morning to mill and repave Garfield Street, East Oak Street and East Frothingham Street and will continue for the rest of the week. Please be cautious traveling in the area and it important to adhere to “No Parking” signs as posted by the contractor. This project was approved by the Mayor & City Council and is funded from the city’s Liquid Fuels Fund budget.

35th Annual Pittston Tomato Festival Thursday August 16th to Sunday August 19th

Please join us this week for the Annual Pittston Tomato Festival.  5K Running Race Saturday morning at 10am followed by the annual downtown Tomato Festival Parade. Many other activities, events and great food! A wonderful family event! For more information please go to the Tomato Festival Website at:

pittston recycling2018 City Recycling and Refuse Calendars Now Available

 The 2018 City of Pittston Recycling and Refuse Calendar is now available. Print copies are available at Pittston City Hall, 35 Broad Street and the Pittston Memorial Library, 49 Broad Street.  View the calendar and download a copy by clicking here.

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Neighborhood Action Team (NAT)

Today, City Officials conducted another Neighborhood Action Team (NAT) sweep on Swallow Street. Today’s sweep resulted in 19 properties receiving Notices of Violation for issues such as high grass and weeds, retaining walls, soffits and flashing, and accumulation of debris. The Police Department tagged 3 abandoned vehicles, issued 1 parking violation warning and directed the […]

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Video Tour of Pittston City

Learn more about the City of Pittston with our video tour. Receive an introduction to the city by our Mayor, learn about our downtown revitalization, see why Pittston is a great place to relocate to and raise a family and discover the fascinating art and culture of Pittston City.