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.

May 2018 Primary Ballot Questions Info...
There will be questions placed on the ballot for the May 15, 2018 General Primary Election concerning possible changes to the Municipality of Monroeville Home Rule Charter. Click here to view an explanation of the ballot questions and visit our voting in Monroeville page for other election day information.

Jack Sedlak Memorial Clean Up Day Pictures here to see some of the volunteers who helped on clean up day 2018. Thanks to all who participated. See you again next year!



100 Years of Heroes Project...From the Office of the Lt. Governor, Mike Stack... Mr. Salim Makhlouf, Director of Penn Studios, has reached out to the LT. Governor's Veterans Task Force for assistance on locating veterans for personal interviews on their service in the military. These interviews will be used for an upcoming project that he is developing to celebrate the 100th Anniversary of Armistice Day.

If anyone can recommend or nominate any veterans in Monroeville for this project, feel free to contact Mr. Makhlouf directly at 717-255-8470 or email: It should be noted that Mr. Makhlouf currently has a high number of WW2 veterans and is looking for minority servicemen and women that have served in recent conflicts such as Afghanistan, Bosnia, Somalia, Iraq, etc.

Further questions can be directed to the LT. Governor's Office: Beth Ann Alboucq - 717-787-3300.


Municipality of Monroeville - Designated as 2018 Banner more here.

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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.

The 1st Annual Monroeville Community Day will be on Saturday, July 28, 2018 at Monroeville Community Park West located in Monroeville along Tilbrook Road.

The event will kick-off at 8:00 a.m. with a 5K Run/Walk: “Run for Your Life & Walk With-A-Doc” and a Family Festival from 11:00am - 5:30 p.m. Activities will include a health fair, exhibitor and crafter marketplace, kid’s activities, food truck and vendors, and live music and entertainment.

Interested in being an exhibitor? For information contact us at:


2018 Preliminary Pavement Preservation Program Scope - information regarding the upcoming road resurfacing program can be found in Resolution 18-19.


Stream Maintenance...with all of the rain the community has experienced in the last couple of weeks, we have received a few phone calls referring to the overflowing of streams near residents’ properties. The Dept. of Environmental Protection has invaluable information on the Do’s and Don’ts of what an adjacent property owner can do to a nearby stream. To view, click here.




Duquesne Light Company...In order to continue to deliver safe and reliable power, Duquesne Light is conducting inspections of its equipment in residential housing plans to ensure safety and compliance with required clearance standards.

In instances where customers have planted vegetation or installed other materials that encroach on equipment or are in violation of clearance requirements, door hangers are being placed advising the customer that they need to remove any such encroachments within 30 days.

To learn more about DLC’s clearance standards, visit If you have any questions, please contact Duquesne Light at (412) 393-7100.


Churchill, Monroeville, and Wilkins have been working on developing a Comprehensive Plan for our area. See a draft of their plans (in two parts) here:

MultiMunicipal Planning Playbook

MultiMunicipal Planning Playbook - Appendices

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 here


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 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 here.