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Chartiers Valley
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South West
Chamber of Commerce

A Regional Chamber serving the Greater Bridgeville Area and Surrounding Communities

Compare your Allegheny County Property Assessment here

Welcome to Bridgeville

Bridgeville Borough is nestled between bridges to the north and south and surrounded by Chartiers Creek. The community is an easy drive to downtown Pittsburgh and Pittsburgh International Airport.

With a population of approximately 5,300 residents, its small town feel is appealing to growing families and empty nesters, as well as young professionals. Bridgeville has affordable housing, first-class schools, a community association, an athletic association, a summer recreation program, a public library and offers many senior services.

Historically, Bridgeville has been made up of hardworking people who care about their neighbors and volunteer tirelessly to make their community a better place to live.


Annual Fish Fry has begun -- join us 4-7p on 3/20 and 4/3 at The Chartiers Room/ Bridgeville VFD -- Eat-in, Take-out, no delivery.
Click here for more info and the menu!


Oops! You overstayed your welcome at a
Bridgeville parking meter -- now what?
NEW! You can now pay that "pesky ticket"
on-line at the Parking Authority page.


Bridgeville Farmers MarketBridgeville Farmers Market!
Tuesdays -- June 16 to September 15, 2015 -- 4:00 to 6:30pm. Check the new location!


Military TributeBridgeville's Military Banner Tribute
Honoring Our Military

Learn more about supporting our military men and women in our community.


Think Green -- Our Recycling Program. Good information about how to safely dispose of household hazardous items and what you can routinely recycle in your regular Monday pickup. Read about it all here.


Bridgeville Borough 2014 1st Quarter NewsletterRead all about it!
Feb-Mar-Apr 2015 Newsletter here
Nov-Dec-Jan 2015 Newsletter here
Aug-Sep-Oct 2014 Newsletter here
May-Jun-Jul 2014 Newsletter here

Print a copy to read and refer to at your leisure -- tons of great information!


The Allegheny Together program includes Bridgeville among other Allegheny County communities with pedestrian-based amenities that make them attractive to families and businesses. Visit the site here.

Great resources available here for Bridgeville businesses and those interested in locating a business property opportunity!


Life Span PA has a Community Center located in Bridgeville as well as a Healthy Lifestyles Café. They are a Non-Profit organization serving the seniors in Bridgeville as well as southwestern Allegheny County. The LifeSpan Community Services Program of LifeSpan offers many an opportunity for both social and recreational activities at senior community centers.


Come shop and dine in Bridgeville with family and friends!


Official Meetings for this year --
Visit the Officials and Meetings page for a listing of Council Meetings and other official meetings.


Everyday solutions to prevent groundwater pollution! Water is our most precious resource and run-off from rain can drive contaminants into our rivers and creeks. Read what we can do to protect our natural resources here. Spring 2010 update -- Be Smart About your Lawn Care and What You Need to Know About Pesticides. Read here.



The Zoning Ordinance and the Zoning District Map adopted in December of 2008 are available for public inspection during regular business hours, Monday through Friday, at the Bridgeville Borough Municipal Building, address above. Or, you can view them here -- the Zoning Ordinance and Zoning District map.


Stormwater Phase II Community Education and Outreach - June 2013
Don't Let Pesticides Bug Our Watershed. Read more here.


Stormwater Phase II Community Education - Recycling of Computers, Televisions and Electronics
Americans discard more than 100 million computers, cell phones and other electronic devices each year. Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University estimate the 60 million personal computers have already been buried in landfills, and according to the National Safety Council, nearly 250 million computers will become obsolete between 2004 and 2009, or 136,000 each day! You can read more here.


Stormwater Phase II Public Education and Outreach
The beautiful vivid colors of autumn’s leaves are one of Western Pennsylvania’s most prizes assets. On our properties, however, leaves can become a nuisance. In the fall, particularly in October and November, we all struggle to figure out the best way to dispose of leaves on our property.

REMINDER! -- Bridgeville has an Ordinance to protect the community from open fires and burning which could accidently get out of control and pose a serious hazard to life and property.
You can read Ordinanace 915 here to be sure that you are in compliance before you burn!


Stormwater Phase I Community Education - Stormwater Runoff can be Harmful to Streams
Every time it rains, large quantities of pollutants wash into our area streams and rivers, causing pollution that is harmful to our aquatic life and quality of streams. Read more here.


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Contact Us

425 Bower Hill Road
Bridgeville, PA 15017
(412) 221-6012
FAX (412) 257-8854
Email Us here!

Right-to-Know Law

Resident Notice
Feb 3, 2015


View Minutes of Bridgeville Borough Council Meetings.
Feb '15
Workshop Feb '15
Jan '15
Workshop Jan '15
Dec '14
Public Hearing Dec '14
Workshop Dec '14
Workshop Nov 19 '14
Nov '14
Workshop Nov 10 '14
Oct '14
Workshop Oct '14
Sep '14
Workshop Sep '14
Aug '14
Workshop Aug '14
Workshop July '14
July '14
May '14
Workshop May '14
Apr '14
Workshop Apr '14
Mar '14
Workshop Mar '14

Do You Know What Happens When it Rains in Allegheny County?
Three Rivers Wet Weather

PA Local Earned Income Tax Residency Certification

As of Jan. 1, 2012, the PA Local Earned Income Tax system has streamlined forms and methods. Instead of 560 tax collectors, with each town and school district choosing its own collector, the state will use 20, divided roughly along county lines. If you've recently moved to Bridgeville Borough this form should be completed, printed and submitted to the payroll department where you work. See form here.

Tired of writing so many paper checks? You can now enroll in an electronic funds transfer to pay your quarterly garbage bill! Garbage application is here.


Animal Control Services
-- non-emergency
contracted to help residents with animal control (stray or packs of animals) and many "super good" services for us and our "furry friends." Their web site highlights nearby pet events, tips, pet adoption and placement. Visit them here.

Your Dog Needs a License!
All local Police Departments throughout Allegheny County are networked into the County database and can reunite a lost dog with his owner just by the Dog License number that apppears on the tag. Don't have a license for your dog? License applications are available here.

Visit the Building and Permits page here for the Guide to Residential Permit Applications and the Inspection Process. By following the Step-by-Step Guidelines, your project will be a success!


Bridgeville Borough Code is now online.
Visit here.

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Your Bridgeville

Bridgeville Borough Building Chartiers Park Bridgeville Library Bridgeville Volunteer Fire Department Downtown Bridgeville