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Pennsbury Village Borough

“Pittsburgh’s Best Kept Secret”

Latest News

Pennsbury Park Closed

On the morning of Wednesday, August 31st at 7:45am, a very large tree fell into Pennsbury Park causing major damage to the park. Water runoff

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Power Study

Not only has the Borough has been in talks with our State Representative, the Hon. Anita Kulik, and the Duquesne Light Company over the tree

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Borough or Condo?

As you know, Pennsbury Village is a
Condominium but it is also a municipality.
The municipality, the Borough of Pennsbury
Village is made up entirely of the Pennsbury
Village Condominiums. Questions always
arise as to who is responsible for what.

For matters concerning the swimming pool,
tennis courts, community room rental,
sidewalks and buildings, please 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 showing the responsibilities of the Pennsbury Village Borough Council and those of the Pennsbury Village Condominium
Association. Please click here:
Borough Council and Condo Association Chart

Borough Council Meetings​

General Council Meeting

Next General Council Meeting:
Tuesday, September 14th
Meeting starts at 6:30pm
Pennsbury Community Room

For Meeting Agenda Click Here
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Borough Office

Office is open on Tuesdays and Thursdays
Hours: 9 AM to 5 PM

Open to the public by appointment only due to Covid-19. Please call 412-279-7876 for an immediate or scheduled appointment.

Sorry, no walk ins at this time. Masks are recommended but not mandatory.

Power Outages in Pennsbury Village & Planning For A Storm

Who Do I Contact?

Do not contact the Mayor, Borough Council Members or the Condominium Office concerning power outages. Contact Duquesne Light Company to report all outage and to receive the latest outage updates. Do not assume that someone else has already reported the outage. The more reports Duquesne Light receives; the faster they will respond for the repair!

By phone call: 412-393-7000
By Internet: Report An Outage To Duquesne Light

Tips For Planning For A Storm

The Duquesne Light Company website has helpful information for storm planning. Click on the following link for info and to also report an outage:
https://www.duquesnelight.com/outages-safety/storm-plan

Welcome to Pennsbury Village Borough

Nestled in a rustic setting of wooded hills and green lawns are the 500 townhouse condominiums that comprise Pennsbury Village. Pennsbury Village’s Commercial area includes a popular restaurant and lounge, hair and tanning salon, a laundromat, the Pennsbury Village Borough Office, the Pennsbury Village Condominium Association office, and a community room that is available to residents for social functions such as graduations, receptions, baby showers, parties, and public meetings.

The Borough of Pennsbury Village maintains a basketball court and a children’s playground with an adjoining park that includes picnic tables and a grill.

The Pennsbury Village Condominium Association operates an Olympic-size swimming pool from late May until Labor Day. During the summer, the Pennsbury Village Condominium Association hosts a series of free concerts, staged at poolside. A variety of professional bands, orchestras and vocalists appear each year for the enjoyment of residents and the public.

The Pennsbury Village Condominium Association also maintains two-lighted tennis courts.

Please visit the Pennsbury Village Condominium Association’s website for information concerning their events and services.

Location

Pennsbury Village is just 7 miles west of downtown Pittsburgh.

Settler’s Cabin Park is also just a few minutes away where the county operates a huge wave pool, picnic groves, hiking trails, and other facilities.

Settlers Ridge, a vibrant lifestyle center with a variety of restaurants, shops, the largest Giant Eagle Market District, and a movie theater, is just a couple of miles away.

The Mall at Robinson is located just 5 miles away, right in the heart of Robinson Townships’ bustling business district.

The Pittsburgh International Airport can be easily reached in 20 minutes.

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