Public Announcements

CANCELLED - Movie/Sleepover in the Park

CANCELLED - We're sorry to announce that we have decided to cancel tomorrow's movie/sleepover in the park event due to predicted showers/possible thunderstorms. We wanted to give everyone enough notice to adjust plans. Stay tuned though, as we will look at the possibility of rescheduling in the next few weeks.

We're teaming up again with the Edgewood Foundation to bring you a Movie Night plus 'Sleepover in the Park' on Saturday, September 9. For our last summer feature, we are playing the classic adventure film 'Jumanji' (1995, starring Robin Williams). This film is rated PG, but contains some scenes which may be frightening for younger audiences.

Set up your tents, plus blankets/chairs and enjoy the movie, along with some water and snacks provided by the Foundation. Then stay all night in the park! Donuts, juice, and coffee will be available in the morning for those who stay. (for questions regarding the Sleepover event, please contact the Edgewood Foundation)

The movie starts at dusk. All Koenig Field rules must be followed. All children must be accompanied by an adult. Please check our Facebook page, Edgewood Borough Community Events, for updates and additional information.


September 30 at Koenig Field

Come down to Koenig Field for an afternoon of fall-themed fun for the whole family! Fallfest will include market vendors, grab 'n go crafts for kids, and hayrides pulled by a fire truck! Make sure to get your tickets for the Edgewood Foundation's Oktoberfest to enjoy, brats, beer and a pig roast!

This event takes place from 3-6pm (last hayride departs at 5:40). There is no entry fee for Fallfest activities. Oktoberfest access is by purchase of a ticket (please check with the Edgewood Foundation for more details: If you are interested in participating as a market vendor for this event, please email

Community Day ‘Thank You’

We appreciate everyone who worked, volunteered their time, and attended this year’s Community Day! We had a blast, and we hope you did too. 

Notice of Proposed Ordinance Eliminating Single Use Plastics

Edgewood Borough Council is considering enacting legislation that would prohibit the use of single use plastic bags, straws, Styrofoam and other plastics by commercial retail establishments for the purpose of transporting goods or food away from the establishment. Customers would have the option of carrying their goods in either recycled paper bags or bringing their own bags. The draft ordinance is available here. No date for enactment has been set.

Street Sweeping 

Street Sweeping resumes Wednesday, April 5. Street Sweeping days and areas are noted on signs posted on all Edgewood streets. Violators will be ticketed.

Hiring Full Time Police Officers

Edgewood Borough Civil Service Commission invites qualified applicants to test for the position of Full Time Police Officer. Click here for a list of requirements and testing information. Applications are available here. Completed applications and $50 non-refundable fee must be received at the Edgewood Borough Building by 5pm March 27, 2023. Test day registration begins at 8:30 a.m. Saturday, April 11, 2023, at the Allegheny County Police Academy, 700 W Ridge Rd, Allison Park, PA 15101. Physical agility testing starts at 9:00 a.m. with a written examination to follow immediately after.  

2023 Parking Permits

Those wishing to purchase parking permits may do so starting December 1, 2022 either online or in at the borough building.  Please click here to be redirected to the online permit page. 

Now Hiring Summer Help Employees

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 $11/hr.  Applications are available here:

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.  

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