“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
                     By Appointment Only
               No Walk-in Access Due To
                             CoVid 19
Borough News

Election Day is Tuesday, November 3
Masks will be required in order to vote.
Location: Pennsbury Village Community Room
Time: 7:00am – 8:00pm


Borough Council determined Trick or Treating will be Saturday, October 31 from 6:00 to 8:00 pm. It is not an official Borough sponsored event. It is a tradition self-managed by families and neighbors. Participation and safety are up to each resident and family. Remember to turn your front door light on! Borough encourages everyone to follow CDC guidelines for wearing masks and social distancing. Please click on link for recommendations for a Safe and Happy Halloween!
Halloween 2020-Pennsbury Village


Food Truck Tuesdays Continues
Cindy Magri, Borough Chair for Food Truck Tuesdays, has posted the following extended food truck schedule.
Food Trucks will be available between
4:30 – 7:00pm.

Food trucks will be located on Pennsbury Blvd. South near the intersection with Carriage Circle.

October 27 – La Catrina on Wheels

November 3 – Wood Fired Flat Breads
Wood Fired Flat Breads Link
Pre-orders will be available a few days before.

November 3 – TBA

See attached pdf for more info:
food truck extended schedule


Lock Your Car Doors
There have been some recent cars break ins. By locking car doors, you can prevent criminals from accessing your belongings.


Borough Council General  E-Meeting
(October General Meeting)
Tuesday, October 13 at 6:30pm
Zoom Room will open at 6:20pm

Join Zoom Meeting by computer/tablet:
Zoom Meeting Link
Meeting ID: 869 7263 3428
Password: 19772020

Dial in from any phone (audio only):
+1 646 558 8656  or
+1 301 715 8592

Meeting ID: 869 7263 3428
Password: 19772020


Borough or Condo?

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, please visit the:
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

Our Wage Tax Code

                 PSD Code: 731003

Pets in Pennsbury

One of the Borough’s primary responsibilities is pet and animal control. In a condominium type environment, where people live close together, special steps must be taken so that the pets, their owners, and the non-pet owners may live peacefully together. Laws were established when the Village became a Borough in 1977, with fines for violations of the Ordinance. Please read and follow these laws so everyone may enjoy Pennsbury Village to its fullest.

Thank you,

Borough Council

Condominium Pet Rules
Per the Condominium Association By Laws, residents are permitted a MAXIMUM of 2 pets, whereas only 1 can be a dog. Example: You may have 1 Dog and 1 Cat, or 2 cats.

Ordinance #18  “The Animal Control Laws”

All Pets Must Be Registered Yearly In The Borough Office

Pet registration, dogs and cats, is free when registered during the month of January or within 30 days of the animal’s arrival in Pennsbury. Thereafter, the fee for registration is $25. A current rabies vaccination certificate must be presented for registration. A tag will be issued which is to be fastened to your pet’s collar or harness. Registering your pet ensures that a lost pet when found can be returned to its owner as quickly as possible.

Note: Allegheny County requires that dogs be registered annually. Applications are available in the Borough Office. There is a fee payable to Allegheny County.

Pets Must Be Restrained At All Times

All pets must be restrained by a leash, not to exceed eight feet in length, and held by a responsible person at all times. Do not tie or chain animals to trees, doorknobs or other outside objects. The leash must be in your hand! Fines will be imposed for anyone violating this ordinance.

Pets Are Not Permitted to Become a Public Nuisance
Excessive, continuous, or untimely barking, attacking passersby, chasing vehicles, habitually attacking other domestic animals, or trespassing upon public or private property in such a manner as to damage property shall be deemed a nuisance. This will result in costly fines.

Pet Excrement Must Be Removed
Pet excrement must be removed immediately within the Borough by the person responsible for the pet. Any owner who fails to clean up after their pet shall be in violation of the law.

This also has become a public safety issue. Waste that is not removed can impact the health and safety of our landscapers, affects other pets if the waste carries a disease, and can attract rodents, which can also carry diseases.

Pet owner should carry plastic bags for this purpose when walking the pet, or use the waste disposal bags that are available throughout the Village.

Pets Are Not Permitted In the Sports Court, Playground, or Park Areas

No pets, restrained or otherwise, are permitted in the Sports Court or park areas. Pets are not permitted in the Commercial Area by Condominium Association rules.

Animal Control Officers, who are contracted by the Borough, can and will issue citations whenever a violation occurs. No person may interfere with any humane officer in the exercise of their duties. Animal control officers carry identification and may drive either a marked or unmarked vehicle in the performance of their duties.

If you observe any resident violating these pet rules, please call 911 to report the offense. Fines for these violations can be up to $300.00 plus court costs.

Bird Feeders / Wild Animal Feeding Not Permitted
According to the Condominium Home Owners Association’s Rules and Regulations, bird feeders are not permitted in the Borough. Bird feeders can attract raccoons, rodents, snakes, and coyotes. These animals pose a threat to residents and to domesticated pets.

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