Starting Saturday, May 20th, City of Beacon residents can once again drop off for no cost up to 250 lbs. of household junk/ construction debris at the Transfer Station located […]
Beginning April 24, the City of Beacon Water Department will begin a four-week process of flushing hydrants throughout the City. For a schedule of dates by street, click here! Residents […]
Beacon’s Conservation Advisory Committee and Compost Working Group have opened orders for backyard compost bins at varying price points. To order a bin, click here!
Thank you Beacon for helping us complete our study. The City of Beacon concluded work on its Community Facility and Program Report. Thank you to everyone who participated! The findings […]
COMMUNITY QUARTERLY OVERVIEW The City Council of Beacon believes our city government is made stronger through an engaged and active public. While there are already several ways for those who […]
Mayor Lee Kyriacou delivered his first State of the City Address at the beginning of the City Council Meeting on Monday, January 30, 2023. The Address summarized achievements from the […]
In early January 2023, Mayor Kyriacou sat down with the local ‘Beaconites’ podcast. During their discussion he shared insights on current work being done by the City and goals and […]
Beginning on Monday, 12/19/22, City crews will begin accepting Christmas Trees left at the curb of properties within the City. There is no need to phone for pickup, as crews […]
The Stage 1 Drought Emergency Announced by Mayor Kyriacou on August 31, 2022 has now been lifted. Thank you for your cooperation in conserving water during these past months.