Public Announcements

Three Honored at Edgewood Council Meeting

Officer Bryan Wyke, Officer Frederick Livingston and Mary Leigh Scuilli were honored at the October 1, 2018 Council Meeting.

First, Officer Bryan Wyke was honored for his immediate response that saved the life of choking infant. Mayor Wilson proclaimed October 4, 2018 "Officer Bryan Wyke Day" in Edgewood.

Second, Officer Frederick Livingston was honored for his longstanding commitment to Edgewood, for his dedication in organizing the Citizen's Police Academy and receiving training to become a Juvenile Officer and for receiving a Master's Degree in Criminal Justice. Mayor Wilson proclaimed October 5, 2018 "Officer Frederick Livingston Day" in Edgewood.

Last and certainly not least, Mary Leigh Scuilli, also known as Mrs. Scuilli to all the current and former students in Edgewood, retired this year, after serving 47 years as a beloved Crossing Guard. Mrs. Scuilli's fine work, dedication and true love for all Edgewood students was well known. Mrs. Scuilli will be missed, but we were honored to have her service for nearly half a century. Mayor Wilson proclaimed October 3, 2018 "Mrs. Mary Leigh Scuilli Day" in Edgewood.

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Construction Alert:

Construction of the Sanders Avenue crosswalk at S. Braddock Avenue begins tonight at 7pm. Construction will run 7pm-5am tonight until Saturday morning and then Monday night through Friday morning starting next week and run through at least October 19, 2018. Improvements include pedestrian islands, signage, and lighted signals. Thank you for your patience.

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.

Leaf Pickup will resume mid-October (weather permitting)

Please be aware that leaf pickup is not possible on rainy or wet days.  Do not place yard waste at the curb - the machine can only collect LEAVES.  Branches and other debris can damage the machine.  Leaves are collected in the Borough to protect our sewers and waterways from clogging and overflow.  Leaf collection ends in mid-December, depending on weather and when the first snow arrives.

Click here to download the 2018 Leaf Pickup Schedule.

Free Flu Shot Clinic at the Borough Building on October 10

Flu vaccines will be provided free of charge at the Borough Building at 2 Race Street Edgewood, PA 15218. Shots are available at a first-come first-served basis for people 18 years of age or older through the generosity of the McKeesport Hospital Foundation, UPMC East, UPMC McKeesport, UPMC Health Plan and Eastern Area Prehospital Services. Influenza (Flu) vaccines contain the H1N1 vaccine.

Keep our community healthy and get your FREE flu vaccine at the Borough Building this season!

Flu shots will not be given to pregnant women in their 1st trimester.

Dewey Street Construction

Attention residents of Dewey Street: Peoples Natural Gas Co. will be replacing lines on both sides of the street over the next 30-40 days. Please pardon the inconvenience this work may cause. Peoples will repave the sidewalks and entire street as part of their restoration.

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