Public Announcements

Easter Egg Hunt, Saturday March 23

Join us for our annual spring Egg Hunt at Koenig Field, Saturday, March 23 (Rain date will be Sunday, March 24) at 1pm.

Bring your own bag or basket to collect treats and prizes. All kids are welcome to come and enjoy our FREE Easter Tradition!

Participating kids will be grouped into three age ranges, as follows: Toddlers (1-2) – Tennis/Pickleball Court* Little Kids (3-6) – Field A** Big Kids (7+) – Field B**

*The eggs for the Toddler hunt will be EMPTY due to age appropriateness of candy/toys in filled eggs. Soft prizes will be available for Toddler participants following the hunt.

**The Little Kids/Big Kids hunts will take place side by side on the field, with a divider in the middle. This is to allow for a more fair opportunity for all ages to collect eggs.

All participants should arrive by 1pm. Toddlers will be given a head start, starting at 1pm. Everyone else will start a few minutes later. We ask that parents/guardians please ensure proper supervision, especially of younger children.

For the most current updates, please check the event page on our Facebook page, Edgewood Borough Community Events.

Edgewood VFD Coffee Fundraiser

For all of those parents/guardians who need a pick-me-up after the Egg Hunt, coffee will be available for purchase from the Edgewood VFD. All proceeds benefit the Edgewood Volunteer Fire Department.

Edgewood Cub Scout Pack 23 Presents: Pictures with the Easter Bunny

Edgewood Cub Scout Pack 23 welcomes the Easter Bunny to Koenig Field! Immediately following the borough Egg Hunt, get your photo with the Easter Bunny. Donations support scouting in Edgewood.

Plastic Bag Ban Takes Effect March 1, 2024

Edgewood Borough Council passed an ordinance prohibiting the distribution of single use plastic bags for by commercial establishments.  The ordinance text is available here.

Change to Refuse/Recycling Collection Day

Starting the week of January 8, 2024, the collection day for Refuse and Recycling in Edgewood will change from Thursdays to Mondays. There WILL be a collection on Friday, January 5 (delayed due to the holiday), and then another collection on Monday, January 8. Please see the full collection schedule for 2024 here.

2024 Parking Passes

Passes go on sale Monday December 4, 2023 at 9am. Information on how to purchase permits is available on our Parking Permits Page.

Railroad Retaining Wall Rehabilitation

Pennwood Avenue Norfolk Southern has contracted Gregori Construction to undertake substantial rehabilitation of the retaining wall supporting the railroad tracks along Pennwood Avenue.  The project encompasses the entire length of the wall in Edgewood and a portion located in Wilkinsburg.  Work is weather dependent but should continue off and on through the remainder of the year.

Pennwood Avenue will remain open during construction but motorists may experience temporary delays due to the movement of equipment and lane closures.  Please obey all posted signs and flaggers while in the construction zone.

Tennis/Pickleball Courts Closed for Season

The tennis/pickleball courts at Koenig Field are now closed for recreational use for the season. This is done to avoid any possible unsafe play conditions due to seasonal weather impacts on surfaces as well as to minimize damage to the courts. No more reservations will be accepted at this time. Courts will reopen in the spring.

Men's Basketball

Men’s Basketball meets Thursday evenings from 7-9pm, starting in early December and running through the end of March. The fee to participate is $40 for the season. Registration is taken through Teamsnap, using this link:

For questions about the league, please email Matt Dettore at For questions related to registration, please email Abby at, or call 412-242-4824, Ext: 217. 

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.  

Past Announcments

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