Welcome to Bridgeville Borough

Est. 1901

Allegheny County, Pennsylvania

Recyclable Materials

Check out the new recycling list on items you can and cannot recycle.

New for 2020

Clean Water Assistance Fund

The Allegheny County Sanitary Authority has created the Clean Water Assistance Fund to help families pay their sewage treatment bills.

Pay Station Info

The Bridgeville Parking Authority has replaced metered parking in lots with pay stations! Visit the Parking Authority page to learn more, including how to pay your parking ticket online.

REMINDER - Burning Ordinance

Bridgeville has an Ordinance to protect the community from open fires and burning which could accidentally get out of control and pose a serious hazard to life and property.

Street Sweeping and Brush Grinding

See our street sweeping and brush grinding schedule for the Borough

Notices from the Borough

RFP – Demolition and Asbestos Abatement

Sealed Proposals will be received by the Bridgeville Borough, 425 Bower Hill Road, Bridgeville, PA 15017 Allegheny County, Pennsylvania for: Demolition and Asbestos Abatement of various structures located on Baldwin Street and Margaret Street including removal of...

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Bridgeville Borough – Allegheny County, Pennsylvania

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 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.

Latest News from the Borough

Bridgeville Borough Partners with Pittsburgh Classic Movie Club for Friday Night Classic Movies in the Park

Starting Friday, June 10th, running twice per month during June, July, August and September, there will be free classic movies, starting at dusk at Cook School Park.  Bring your lawn chair, favorite blanket and a snack to enjoy a great evening in the park. 2022...

BRIDGEVILLE CLEANUP WEEK, APRIL 23 – 29, 2022

In honor of Earth Day, Bridgeville Borough is holding Earth Cleanup Week so community members can clean up their neighborhood or park. Pick up supplies Tuesday, April 19 - Friday, April 22, 2022, 8 AM to 4 PM, at the Borough office, 425 Bower Hill Road.  Provided...

Spring Curbside Brush Collection Starts Monday, April 4TH

Bridgeville Public Works crews will be collecting tree trimmings and limbs placed at the curb-line during the month of April.  All brush material shall be no larger than 12 inches in diameter.  To limit a safety risk to our personnel, all brush material must be free...

Weekly Street Sweeping in Bridgeville Borough will resume on Monday, April 4th

Please observe the parking restrictions and sweeping schedule posted at: https://bridgevilleboro.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/20180116_135011.pdf Streets will be swept on a weekly basis from the first week of April through the last week of May. Beginning the month...

Bridgeville Borough named a 2022 Banner Community

The Borough of Bridgeville has been recognized as a 2022 Banner Community by County Chief Executive Rich Fitzgerald and the Allegheny League of Municipalities (ALOM). This marks the tenth year of the program which recognizes municipalities that show a commitment to...

Bridgeville Borough Awarded $500,000 for the Werner Street Slope Stabilization, Retaining Wall and Storm-water Improvements Project

Bridgeville, PA – at their February 14th meeting, the Bridgeville Borough Council and Mayor were presented with a ceremonial check in the amount of $500,000 from State Senator Devlin Robinson representing the recent grant award for the Werner Street Slope...

Bridgeville Borough Council Seeks Funding from FEMA to Start Construction of the McLaughlin Run Flood Control Project

Bridgeville, PA: at their December monthly meeting, Borough Council authorized the submission of a funding request to PEMA and FEMA seeking 75% of the costs to construct Phase 1A of the McLaughlin Run Flood Control Project.  This application request is for...

Streambank Restoration and Road Repairs Completed within Chartiers Park

Bridgeville, PA:   Bridgeville Borough recently completed extensive repairs to the streambank of Chartiers Creek and a section of roadway that slide within Chariters Park.  The $192,632 project completed by G. Salandro Excavating took one month to complete and...

Bridgeville Borough Council Adopts 2022 Budget with No Increase in Taxes

Bridgeville, PA:   Bridgeville Borough Council recently adopted the 2022 Budget, a balanced spending plan for the community that totals $10,729,369.19 for all funds combined.   There is no increase in Real Estate Taxes, millage remains at 10 mills on land and 6.5...

Bridgeville Borough Awarded Funding and Advances Comprehensive Plan Update

Bridgeville, PA: At the December meeting of Borough Council, President of Council William Henderson announced that the Borough has received a $37,500 grant from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania that will pay for half of the costs associated to update the community’s...

Bridgeville Loves Betty!

Congratulations to Mayor Copeland as she was presented with Pennsylvania Mayor of the Year Award last night by fellow Mayors from the Pennsylvania State Association of Mayors. Photos of last night’s ceremony where she was recognized by the State Mayors Association,...

JANE WAY ACCESS RAMP PROJECT COMPLETED

As a tool to keep McLaughlin Run free of debris and the water channel open, fully funded by a grant from the State and County, a unique access ramp has been constructed on Jane Way right before the Bower Hill Road Bridge in the area behind the Beer Warehouse.  The new...

Route 50/Chartiers Creek Project

The Route 50/Chartiers Creek Bridge Widening and Intersection Improvement Project (SR 50, A28) is located along the border of South Fayette Township and Bridgeville Borough, Allegheny County. The project limits extend from the intersection of SR 0050 (Millers Run...

VIP – Very Important Programs

Attention Allegheny County Residents: A number of low-income assistance programs are available for energy customers, including the Pennsylvania Customer Assistance Program (PCAP), Customer Assistance and Referral Evaluation Services (CARES), WARM Program,...