Public Announcements

Edgewood Soccer Survey 2020

For anyone who has participated in, or would consider participating in our Soccer League, please fill out Edgewood Soccer Survey, as soon as possible.

This will help us so to best serve you with our recreational opportunities at this time.

July 6, 2020 Virtual Borough Council Meeting

Borough Council will hold its July 6, 2020 meeting via GoToMeeting. Details for watching are below. Public comment must be submitted in advance via email: or telephonically by leaving a message at 412-242-4824 x118. Voice mails and emails must be received by 4:30 pm.

Meeting Agenda:

July 6, 2020 Edgewood Borough Council Meeting Mon, Jul 6, 2020 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM (EDT)

Please join my meeting from your computer, tablet or smartphone.

You can also dial in using your phone. United States: +1 (224) 501-3412

Access Code: 495-233-165

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Parking Ban Lifted

The mayor has lifted the overnight parking ban effective 3:00am Saturday July 4 through 5:00am Sunday July 5.

June 15 Council Meeting Live Stream

The June 15, 2020 council meeting being held in person in council chambers can be viewed at the following link:  

June 15 Edgewood Borough Council Meeting

Mon, Jun 15, 2020 7:30 PM - 10:00 PM (EDT)  

Please join my meeting from your computer, tablet or smartphone at:    

You can also dial in using your phone. (For supported devices, tap a one-touch number below to join instantly.)  

United States: +1 (872) 240-3412   Access Code: 713-568-237    

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Please submit public comments prior to the meeting to for them to be read into the record.

June 15, 2020 Council Meeting

The June 15, 2020 Council Meeting will occur in council chambers at the borough building at 7:30 pm.  Attendees must wear a face mask and practice social distancing while in the gallery.  Borough Police Chief Robert Payne will address council on the department’s approach to effective community relations.  Residents and tax payers of the borough wishing to address council but who do not wish to attend the meeting in person may submit their comments via email to  or by phone to 412-242-4824 x 118 by 4pm June 15, 2020.

June 1, 2020 Council Meeting Recording Available

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May 18, 2020 Council Meeting Recording Available

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UPDATE: T-Ball/Softball registration extended to June 26, season to start in July

As we have entered the Green Phase of PA's reopening plan, we are excited to announce that we will be running our summer T-ball and Softball leagues! To allow interested participants time to sign up, we are pushing the start date to the week of July 6, and are extending our registration until June 26.

In keeping with state guidelines, and for the health of all attending, there will be some modifications, including:

  • Each diamond is managed to not exceed gatherings of 90
  • Games and practices that fall on the same day are scheduled with at least a 15-min buffer between to prevent overlap of participants.
  • Game ball(s) are disinfected before and after every game and practice. Bleachers and benches are disinfected every 4 hours. Participants are encouraged to bring their own equipment.
  • Players do not huddle together; no hand slaps. Sportsmanship continues in touchless manner. Batting team may have half of the team in the dugout, utilizing 6 ft distancing. The other half is outside the field, keeping 6 ft distancing.
  • Signage to encourage hand washing and healthy practices.
  • 2 spectators per person allowed. Vulnerable populations should stay home.

More about our leagues, and how to sign up:

Softball is open to boys and girls ages 7-13, and Tball is for boys and girls ages 5-7 (must be 5 by July 6th). Both sports play at Koenig Field, and meet twice weekly. Softball may have additional practice days at the beginning of the season. The registration fee is $50, and you do not need to be an Edgewood resident to play.

Registration is done online through Teamsnap:

Edgewood Borough will continue to follow all public health directives from Allegheny County and the Governor’s office. We are going to plan our summer recreation offerings as we are reasonably able to do so. Please understand that game-play depends entirely on the guidance offered by the aforementioned agencies. The borough will explore modifying or refunding all or part of the registration fees if an activity’s season needs to be cancelled or significantly reduced due to the ongoing COVID 19 pandemic. We will continue to provide any necessary updates leading up to, and throughout the season.

For questions, please email Abby at

Trash Collection Reminder

Trash collection will be delayed by one day to Friday, May 25, 2020 due to the Memorial Day holiday. The collection day was mistakenly advertised as May 24 in the April/May newsletter.

Borough Operations During GREEN Phase

The borough building remains closed to the public at this time.  We are continuously evaluating guidance on how to best conduct daily operations and will reopen to the public when it is safe to do so.  Operations continue without interruption as our police, fire, and public works department are all healthy and performing their duties.  Borough staff is reporting to work in staggered shifts throughout the week and regularly checking voice and email.  For inquiries and general borough business, please call the administration office 412-242-8424 and follow the prompts for the specific department you need.

Code enforcement and occupancy inspections are operational but require an appointment.  Please contact Lee Miller at 412-242-4824 option 2 for assistance. Mr. Miller is in the borough on Tuesdays and Fridays.

Public works is still making mulch deliveries and scheduling Belgium Block pick-ups.  Please email or call 412-242-4824 option 4 to schedule.

Dumpster permits are still being processed.  Forms are available on the borough website under the administration tab.  Completed forms should be mailed to the borough building, Attention: Dumpsters, or emailed to  Please enclose your payment with your application.  We will contact you on the phone number you provide when the permit is approved.

Parking permit applications are available under the Administration tab on the borough website.  Please complete the form, enclose payment, and mail it to the borough building or place it in the secure drop box at the front door.  Your pass will be mailed back to you.  Questions about parking passes should be directed to 412-242-9994.

Anyone who does not have access to the Internet or a printer should contact the borough at 412-242-9994 and request any of the above applications be mailed to them.

All parking enforcement resumes June 3, 2020.

All parking enforcement resumes June 3, 2020.

The temporary parking enforcement suspension has been lifted and ticketing for street sweeping and overnight parking will resume effective 3 a.m. Wednesday June 3, 2020. Please pay attention to the street sweeping signs in your area and park accordingly.  Anyone receiving a ticket must either mail their payment to the borough office using the envelope provided with the ticket or drop their payment in the drop box located next to the front door of the borough building.  In person payments are not being accepted at this time.

2020 Edgewood Community Day Cancelled

Unfortunately, Edgewood Community Day and Zambelli fireworks which was scheduled for July 25, 2020 has been cancelled.  If possible, a larger event will be held in the fall.  Please follow our Facebook page: EdgewoodBoroughEvents and read our e-Newsletters for information on smaller summer time events created with social distancing and crowd size in mind.

May 4th Council Meeting Recording Available

Please click this link to view the entire May 4, 2020 Edgewood Borough Council Meeting. 

The following documents were acted on at the May 4 meeting:


The DRAFT May 4, 2020 meeting minutes can be found here. The minutes will be approved at the next council meeting.

Koenig Field is open again to the public

As you visit the field, please remember the following:

  • Stay home from the park if you are sick or showing symptoms of Covid 19.
  • Practice social distancing while at the park, maintaining a distance of six feet from other people. The wearing of a face mask is strongly encouraged.
  • Refrain from group activities.
  • Wash your hands both before and after visiting.
  • Avoid touching surfaces.


Also, all restrooms are closed. Make arrangements to use other facilities before using the park. All playground equipment is closed. 

COVID 19 Resources

Looking for information?

Please use the following resources from the Allegheny County Health Department to find information and updates about COVID 19:

  • COVID 19 Hotline, 888-859-2274 (language services available)
  • Allegheny Alerts,, select COVID 19 updates
  • County website, (includes case map)     
  • Facebook, @AlleghenyCountyHealth    

Looking for Help?  Visit our COVID 19 Resources Page

Edgewood Borough Offices Closed Until Further Notice

In light of the circumstances surrounding the nationwide outbreak of the Corona virus and for the health and safety of our employees, the Edgewood Borough offices will be closed to the public until further notice.  Borough business can still be conducted, albeit in a reduced capacity, during this time of social distancing.  The public works department will be staffed and can be reached by dialing the borough’s main phone line and following the automated phone system prompts.  Police, fire, and medical emergencies should dial 911.  Code enforcement and building permit questions can utilize the borough’s main phone line and follow the automated phone system prompts or contact Lee Miller via email at     

General inquiry messages left on the borough voice mail will be checked and returned as staffing limitations allow.   

Main phone line: 412-242-4824  

All Edgewood-sponsored events are cancelled until further notice.  Please check back often for updates or follow our Facebook page for more information @EdgewoodBoroughEvents.

Help Wanted: Public Works Laborer

Edgewood Borough is accepting applications for a Public Works Laborer.  Interested candidates should fill out an application and deliver it to the Edgewood Borough Municipal Building located at 2 Race Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15218, Attention Rob Zahorchak. 

 Click here for the job description and application.

Help wanted - Crossing Guard

The Edgewood Police Department is accepting applications for a Crossing Guard. Interested candidates should fill out an application and deliver it to the Edgewood Municipal Building located at 2 Race Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15218, Attention Chief Robert Payne.

 Applications are also available at the municipal building. 

Part Time Police Officers Wanted

The Edgewood Borough Police Department is seeking applicants for the position of Part Time Police Office. 
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