Public Announcements

Regional Climate Survey

From CONNECT: What can our region do about climate change and the vulnerabilities it creates in our communities? Please tell us in CONNECTís Regional Climate Survey.  It will only take about 5 minutes and will help our local governments plan for the future.

Storm Cleanup

Cleanup continues following the severe storms that impacted Edgewood Borough on Wednesday July 9, 2021. The Department of Public Works has removed a majority of the downed borough owned street trees and limbs from private property and roadways. Privately owned trees are the responsibility of the property owner to clean up and remove. Residents can easily discern between a private tree and a street tree based on its location relative to the street curb. Any tree between the curb and sidewalk is a borough owned street tree. Trees behind the sidewalk, or behind the curb on streets without sidewalks, are the responsibility of the property owner.

Please do not set piles of limbs from private trees along the sidewalk or roadside unless they are bundled for collection by Republic Services. Only limbs and branches under 4 inches in diameter, cut into 36 inch lengths, and weighing less than 40 lbs will be collected by Republic Services. Smaller branches and twigs should be tied into bundles meeting the same requirements.

Problems with your electrical service should be directed to Duquesne Light by calling 412-393-7000.

In general, please exercise caution when walking under all trees over the next few days as limbs may continue to fall from previously unidentified breaks or that are shaken loose by the wind. Downed limbs and wires should be reported to the borough by calling 911. This ensures the necessary resources are dispatched.

Lastly, despite news reports indicating so, borough officials did not declare a state of emergency. This information was falsely tweeted by Allegheny County communications staff and then repeated by local media outlets.

Youth Soccer

Youth Soccer is open to girls and boys ages 4-14. Participants should be 4 as of September 1. You do not need to be an Edgewood resident to play. Registration begins July 15 and ends August 15. The season starts the week of August 30, and runs through the end of October. Practices and games are held at Koenig Field. Cleats and shin guards should be worn, and it is recommended to bring a practice ball. Shirts and socks will be provided. The registration fee is $65.

To register, please use this link: https://go.teamsnap.com/forms/270832/signups/new

Questions should be directed to Abby at office@edgewoodboro.com

Summer Yoga in the Park

Back by popular demand, Summer Yoga returns to Koenig Field! Julie Straub will be leading the group through yoga and mindfulness techniques. Classes will meet Mondays from 7:15-8:15pm. Class dates will be July 12, July 19, August 9, and August 16 (please note: there will be no classes on July 26 and August 2). The drop-in rate per class is $15, or you may pay for the session in full for $50. If you are interested in participating, please follow this link to the registration form: https://forms.gle/jSiEmbVjLRNbSMPN7

In the case of inclement weather, students that are per-registered for the session will be emailed a Zoom link prior to the regularly scheduled class time. Additional details, including payment options, can be found on the form above. 

SAVE THE DATE!

Community Day 2021
Saturday, August 28
Details coming soon!

Community Day Yard Sale

New this year, you can participate in the Edgewood Yard Sale, happening on the same day as Community Day, August 28! The sale will take place from 8am-2pm. Closer the event, a map of participating homes will be added to the webpage and Facebook page, Edgewood Borough Community Events. Residents wishing to participate in the sale can email office@edgewoodboro.com to be added to the list. Everyone is welcome to shop! 

Free Summer Movies in the Park

We are currently planning for two family friendly movies, one each in June and July. We are moving movie night to Friday, to try to make it easier for everyone to attend. Our first feature is our "viewer's choice" selection, and 'Moana' is the winner! Movies play at Koenig Field, starting at dusk.

  • June 25: Moana
  • July 30: Raya and the Last Dragon


All Koenig Field rules apply. CDC guidelines regarding Covid must be ad≠hered to, including masks for those who are not vaccinated. Please stay home if you are showing signs of illness, have recently been exposed to, or are in quarantine for Covid 19.

The May 17, 2021 Edgewood Borough Council meeting is available to watch:

The May 17, 2021 Edgewood Borough Council meeting is available to watch

The May 3, 2021 Edgewood Borough Council meeting is available to watch:

The May 3, 2021 Edgewood Borough Council meeting is available to watch.

The April 19, 2021 Edgewood Borough Council meeting is available to watch

The April 19, 2021 Edgewood Borough Council meeting is available to watch.

Now Hiring Summer Help

Edgewood Borough Public Works seeks qualified candidates for seasonal, part-time employment for the summer.  Employment will last from approximately May-September.  Rate of pay is $10/hr.  Applications are available here.

The April 5 Edgewood Borough Council meeting is available to watch:

 The April 5 Edgewood Borough Council meeting is available to watch.  

Street Sweeping begins April 7, 2021

Street Sweeping resumes Wednesday, April 7.  Street Sweeping days and areas are noted on signs posted on all Edgewood streets.  Violators will be ticketed.

The March 22, 2021 Edgewood Borough Council Special meeting is available to watch:

The March 22, 2021 Edgewood Borough Council Special meeting is available to watch.

The March 15, 2021 Edgewood Borough Council meeting is available to watch:

The March 15, 2021 Edgewood Borough Council meeting is available to watch

The March 1, 2021 Edgewood Borough Council meeting is available to watch:

The March 1, 2021 Edgewood Borough Council meeting is available to watch

The February 16, 2021 Edgewood Borough Council meeting is available to watch:

The February 16, 2021 Edgewood Borough Council meeting is available to watch

The February 1, 2021 Edgewood Borough Council meeting is available to watch:

The February 1, 2021 Edgewood Borough Council meeting is available to watch

The January 19, 2021 Edgewood Borough Council meeting is available to watch:

The January 19, 2021 Edgewood Borough Council meeting is available to watch. 

The January 4, 2021 Edgewood Borough Council meeting is available to watch:

The January 4, 2021 Edgewood Borough Council meeting is available to watch.

Important Change to Recycling

As of January 1, 2021, Republic Services is no longer accepting any glass with curbside Recycling Collection. Glass has the tendency to break during collection and contaminates other recyclables with fine shards of glass.  Any contaminated items are forced to be rejected, and sent to a landfill. To continue recycling glass items, Republic Services has stationed a large blue dumpster in the parking lot behind the Edgewood Borough Building, 2 Race Street, for items to be dropped off at residents' convenience. This bin is located next to the paper collection bins.  

IMPORTANT NOTE: Please only bring your CLEAN glass recyclables, without lids, to place in the bin.  

2021 Budgets

The 2021 General Fund, Sewer, and Highway budgets are now on display.  Click here for to view each document.

Edgewood BoroughVisit our Events Page for more upcoming events.

Past Announcments

Visit our Public Announcements Archive Page for past announcements.

 

 

 

 

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