Welcome, all visitors to the Municipality of Monroeville’s
web site. Located just 13 miles east of the City of Pittsburgh,
Monroeville is a community with a mix of residential neighborhoods
and a robust commercial district. Enjoy your visit to our
web site and come visit us in person.
Intergovernmental Cooperation Committee Public Meeting...If
you are interested in the possible rezoning of the Gateway
School District's Middle School Property, you are welcome
Forum on the Possible Rezoning of the Middle School Property
Middle School Auditorium
When: Tuesday February 27, 2018 @ 7:00pm
Notice of Intent to Conduct Seismic
will be conducting seismic testing in your area. The survey
will primarily consist of the use of vibroseis trucks along
state and pubiic roads. Geokinetics will also be utilizing
the state and municipal right-of-ways where recording devices
will be placed.
In areas where there is no access for the vibroseis trucks
and only where the landowners have granted permission, Geokinetics
will utilize private property for energy source operations.
On the 25th and 26th of January door hanger notifications
were put out on:
Old Frankstown Rd.
Logans Ferry Dr.
Only roads on the northern part of Monroeville had door hangers
and only where vibroseis will be done. Testing is scheduled
to begin on or after Feb. 25, 2018.
Residents may call the toll free number for more information
or if they have any questions.
view the latest updates regarding the Seismic Survey in Monroeville
and related issues. click here.
PA Mine Subsidence...The PA. Dept. of Environmental Protection,
beginning Feb. 2nd, will be mailing notifications within the
municipality to notify structure owners of the need for Mine
Subsidence Insurance. Only residents in area of mining will
receive the mailings. To see the illustrated effects of mine
here. To view a map of the undermined areas of Monroeville...click
If you would like to check to see if your property is at risk,
apply for insurance, or for more info on mine subsidence -
here to visit to PA. Dept. of Environmental Protection
Penn Power/FirstEnergy Utility Scam Alert...scam
artists are using the fear of losing power as leverage to
obtain personal information and money from unsuspecting customers.
Follow these tips to avoid being
- Never provide personal information over the phone unless
you initiated the call.
- Only send your payments to your FirstEnergy utility company.
- Beware of calls that require immediate action such as demands
to purchase a pre-paid debit card as a method of payment..
For more info on scams, visit the FirstEnergy website at...https://www.firstenergycorp.com/help/safety/scam-info.html
Monroeville, and Wilkins
have been working on developing a Comprehensive Plan for our
area. See a draft of their plans (in two parts) here:
Planning Playbook - Appendices
Oil and Gas Regulations...to
Management...want to learn all about
stormwater management? Visit our informative stormwater management
page to find out what it is, how Monroeville manages it, and
what you can do to help...click here
Municipality of Monroeville, The Monroeville Municipal Authority,
and the Monroeville Police are now on the
Nixle system, which allows residents to sign up to receive
messages regarding local emergencies. To sign up for all messaging
types, go to www.nixle.com
and click "Sign up", or text your desired zip code
to 888777 to get text messages only.
Alcosan's Clean Water Assistance Fund...The
Allegheny County Sanitary Authority has created the Clean
Water Assistance Fund to help families pay their sewage treatment
bills. This program serves low-income residential customers
in the 83 municipalities that ALCOSAN serves. For info including
eligibility requirements, click
serves the interests of residents, community groups and
organizations, government, businesses and other institutions
within the boundaries of the Municipality of Monroeville,
Allegheny County, Pennsylvania. Click
here to visit their website.