“Pittsburgh’s Best Kept Secret”
Pennsbury Village Borough
1043 Pennsbury Blvd.
Pittsburgh, PA 15205
P: (412) 279-7876
Office Hours:
Tuesday & Thursday: 9:00 – 5:00pm

For any matters concerning the swimming pool, tennis courts, community room rental, contact the Pennsbury Village Condominium Association at (412) 276-5100 or by email at office.pvca@verizon.net. Click on the following hyperlink for a list of the responsibilities of the Borough Council and of the Condominium Association:
Borough Council and Condo Association Chart

Power Outages in Pennsbury Village

Do not contact the Mayor or Borough Council Members concerning power outages. Contact Duquesne Light Company to report an outage and receive outage updates:
Phone: 412-393-7000
Weblink: Duquesne Light – Report Power Outage

Borough News

Single-Lane Closures – Campbells Run Road in Robinson
Periodic single-lane closures on the 1000 block of Campbells Run Road in Robinson starting at 7 a.m. on Monday, November 11. Expected to last until January 2020.

Glass Recycling Events In Pittsburgh
The Pennsylvania Resources Council (PRC) is hosting a series of “pop-up” glass recycling collection events in response to the sudden removal of glass from many of the region’s residential curbside recycling programs. Residents can drop off all colors of glass bottles, jars and jugs at no cost.

Visit www.prc.org/glassrecycling to view the current list of events. Check back at www.prc.org for updates.

Our Community

History

Pennsbury is a unique borough in that it is entirely a municipality consisting of townhouse condominiums, having been built in 1973 as part of Robinson Township.  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, following a court ruling, the residents separated from Robinson Township and the Borough of Pennsbury Village became the 130th municipality in Allegheny County.

In January, 1977, the first Council of elected officials and a Mayor were elected and took office. Today, this unique condominium municipality continues to flourish and maintain its very special lifestyle.

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