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Phone: 412-741-4015 Address: 601 Thorn St., Sewickley, PA 15143 Visit The Website Mayor: Brian Jeffe Borough Manager: Kevin M. Flannery
Jeff Neff, President
Todd Renner, Vice-President
Hendrik van der Vaart
Police Sewickley Police Department Visit The WebsiteTrash/recycling Residents must contact borough’s contracted hauler to arrange for curbside pickup of household trash. Voluntary recycling program available to residents on a bi-weekly basis. Sewickley Water Authority Phone: 412-741-9180 Visit The Website
A small group of 7th and 8th grade girls arrived at the Montour Athletic Center hoping to learn a couple of new useful volleyball skills. What they didn’t expect, was to go undefeated in their first tournament. This hardworking team united to beat out some of the top teams in the Pittsburgh area. They made […]
Come on down and enjoy a hearty breakfast before casting your line on the opening day of trout season. Not a fisherman? Not a problem! Enjoy the camaraderie of your community. All proceeds benefit the Big Sewickley Creek VFD
Mary Pangburn, a Quaker Valley High School student and granddaughter of Masonic Village at Sewickley (MVS) resident Agnes Pangburn, found a way to complete a school project and spend extra time with her grandmother. As part of her sophomore school project, Mary recruited 12 bakers (11 residents and one staff member), dubbed the “MVS Bakers,” to make […]
The Pennsylvania School Library Association (PSLA) awarded Sewickley Academy the 2020 Outstanding School Library Award, the highest recognition of school library programs in the state. According to the PLSA’s website, the award recognizes outstanding school library programming, instruction, and services which are integral to the students’ education. In a letter regarding the presentation of the […]
Sophomore Betsy Watters won first place for students in the Pennsylvania Resource Council’s (PRC) annual Gene Capaldi Lens on Litter photo contest. Betsy saw an advertisement about the contest online. “It appealed to me because it had to do with photography and environmental issues, two things that I am really interested in,” she said. PRC […]
Plans for the 50-acre former Shenango Coke Works site on Neville Island remain unclear — but property owner DTE Energy hopes to ink a deal with one or more developers by the end of this year, community organizers told residents at a public meeting Wednesday night.