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Welcome To Monroeville

Monroeville, PA


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.





Celebrate Monroeville
...Wednesday, Sept. 27th from 3pm - 7pm at the Monroeville Convention Center. Free admission and parking. Over 100 exhibits, door prizes, free samples from local restaurants and more! For info, click here.



GRAND OPENING...Westmoreland Heritage Trail—Phase Three
, 5.9 miles from Murrysville to Trafford.
Saturday, September 30, 2017

10:00 a.m
.—Robert’s Trail Access in Murrysville between the Fire Place Store and Airgas Supply along US Route 22 East. Limited parking is available at the Robert’s Trail Access Visitors Center, the Branthoover Cut-Off located across US Route 22, and Murrysville Community Center.

11:15 a.m.
—Saunder’s Station Trail Access in Monroeville

12:00 p.m.—Trafford Trail Access at the Parkside Creamery

All times are approximate. Ride your bike along the Trail & join in our Progressive Grand Opening Celebrations!   To view event flyer, click here.


 

Halloween Trick or Treat in Monroeville will be on Tuesday, October 31st from 6:00pm - 8:00pm. For more Halloween info, click here.













The Second Public Comprehensive Plan meeting...
will be held on Thursday Oct. 19, 2017 at 7:00pm at the 333 Building, Penn Center East (public meeting room) in Wilkins Township. Monroeville along with Wilkins Township and Churchill Borough have been developing a Joint-Comprehensive Plan for the past year. It is funded in part through a grant from Alleghany County Economic Development. Meeting flyer...click here.

A Comprehensive Plan is a strategy to develop community(s) with the vision of the elected officials, residents and staff. It is how you would like to see your community in 5-10 years. This is the second meeting inviting residents of the three (3) communities to offer their comments to voice how they would like to see the three (3) communities develop jointly. There are many advantages of jointly developing a Comprehensive Plan. Some of those include shared services to benefit each community; not duplicating commercial development, etc. A few of the categories in which a Comprehensive Plan addresses are transportation, recreation, economic development, housing, just to name a few. The last public meeting was well attended with many great comments from the residents of the three (3) municipalities.

The Monroeville Council hopes you will attend.


Joint-Comprehensive Plan Update
...during the July 2017 Council Meeting, Jim Pashek of Pashek and Associates gave Council an update on the Joint-Comprehensive Plan with Wilkins Township and Churchill Borough. The Municipality received a $100,000 grant from Allegheny County Economic Development to perform the Joint-Comprehensive plan with our two (2) neighboring communities.

Please read the update on what has been uncovered as key issues from the public, elected and appointed officials. So far, these stakeholders would like to see the Comprehensive Plan address these issues. Click here for update.





Stormwater 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



 

Help Wanted...the Municipality of Monroeville is currently looking for a part-time seasonal School Crossing Guard. If interested, click here.


 

Seismic Survey in Monroeville...Residents may experience a Monroeville company, Huntley & Huntley Energy Exploration, LLC, conducting what is called a Seismic Survey in their area. A Seismic Survey is not a drilling operation, but it is a process of exploring for natural gas using sound waves to “map” the geological structure of Monroeville at different depths.

This does not necessarily mean there will be drilling or the process known as “fracking” in Monroeville. There are many steps that have to be strongly considered before that is to occur in Monroeville, if indeed it does happen.

Additional info:

Map of entire 202 square mile area included in project

Map showing the areas of Monroeville that MAY have seismic testing

List of local roads that MAY be included

*Note - This does not necessarily mean that every street on the map and the list will have seismic testing. The areas of Monroeville that may have seismic testing are primarily the south and north areas of Monroeville.


Proposed Seismic Testing Ordinance

 


 

The 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.







 

Proposed Revisions to the Home Rule Charter submitted by the Monroeville Ad Hoc Home Rule Charter Review Board...click here for the report.






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 here.



 

The Monroeville Foundation 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.

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