The Birth of a Borough

First came the condominium in 1973, and a few years later in 1976, the residents decided, in the words of their Declaration of Secession, "that we can govern our affairs more effectively and equitable than a distant and disinterested authority".  A year later, the residents bid farewell to Robinson Township, following a court ruling, and the Borough of Pennsbury Village became the 130th municipality in Allegheny County.

The first Council of elected officials and a Mayor were elected, and took office in January, 1977. Today, Pennsbury Village and its unique condominium municipality continue to flourish and maintain its very special lifestyle.

 

Borough Of Pennsbury Village

1043 Pennsbury Blvd.

Pittsburgh, PA 15205

(412) 279-7876