Public Announcements

Stop The Bleed Training

Attend this free training to gain the ability to recognize life-threatening bleeding and act quickly and effectively to control bleeding once you learn three quick techniques.

Stop The Bleed Training
Monday, March 27. 6-7:30pm
Edgewood Club, 1 Pennwood Ave

Facilitated by Ben Reynolds, Edgewood Fire Chief and Dr. Raquel Forsythe, UPMC Trauma Physician. Space is limited.

To register, please email Edgewood Councilmember Bhavini Patel at, or call 412-378-6511.

Tree Pittsburgh: Tree Adoption Event

Add some beauty to your yard with two FREE trees from Tree Pittsburgh! Register at this link today, and pick-up at the Rivers of Steel Pump House on April 1, 2023, anytime between 11 am - 1 pm!

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.  

Easter Egg Hunt

Saturday, April 1 (rain date, Sunday, April 2)

Join us for our annual spring Egg Hunt at Koenig Field, Saturday, April 1 (Rain date will be Sunday, April 2). Bring your own bag or basket to collect treats and prizes. We are welcoming kids ages 1 (walkers)-10 to hunt for Easter Eggs. Come and enjoy our FREE Easter Tradition!

Participating kids will be grouped into 3 hunts. Toddlers (1-2), Little Kids (3-6), and Big Kids (7-10).
We ask that all participants arrive at 11am to prepare for the hunt. Toddlers will be given the most time, starting at 11am. Older kids will start a few minutes later.

*If you have more than one child participating, and would like them to stay together, they may do so, as long as they are close to the age for the hunt they participate in (for example, if your children are 6 and 8, and they could both participate in the Big Kids Hunt).

2023 Starter Plants Sale for Veggies and Herbs Begins Now!

Hereís how to choose and order plants:

  • First, use this list and descriptions of 2023 Herbs & Veggies to inform your plant choices, as before.
  • Begin ordering and paying right now, January 30 through February 13 at: - No order forms to fill out and return!
  • Youíll pick up your plants on one Saturday in mid-May at Koenig Field. The following day, Sunday, is the rain day (only if rain is heavy). The pickup date and times are TBD and we'll let you know.
  • After February 13 (see #2 above), seeds will be ordered. There will be extra plants available after that, but the folks who order and pay by 2/13 will get first choice.
  • Plant varieties will be removed from their web page asap if/when capacity is reached.
  • Some plants, mostly tomatoes, have not been as popular as others, but some folks order them every year. Using seeds already on hand, these varieties are listed as LIMITED SUPPLY on the last page of 2023 Herbs & Veggies, and in the drop down menuís plant names on the web page. When these plant orders reach capacity they will also be removed from their web page.


Itís the best time of year to plan your garden! This grower is happy to help you. 

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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