Astronaut Michael Fincke calls Emsworth his hometown
Last Updated: November 17, 2018
The Allegheny County League of Municipalities (ALOM) has named the Borough of Emsworth as a 2018 Banner Community. The Banner Community Program was started in 2013 by the Allegheny League of Municipalities in partnership with Allegheny County and has since grown to include 55 municipalities in 2018. The program was designed to recognize communities that demonstrate a dedication to professional development, prudent fiscal management, transparency, accounting and proactive communications. ALOM is a non-profit, non-partisan membership association whose mission is to foster local government in Allegheny County and Southwestern Pennsylvania by educating elected officials, delivering essential resources and advicating for sound policy and legislation. To learn more visit www.alleghenyleague.org.
Monthly Council Meeting
Emsworth Borough Council meetings are held the second Wednesday of each month, beginning at 6:30 p.m. at the Borough Hall, 171 Center Avenue.
West View Authority is scheduled to complete their transfers by October 8. T.A. Robinson will then begin their part of the project. No parking on North and Orchard Avenues during this phase will begin shortly to install catch basins, curbing, the sub-base, base and final paving. Emsworth Council appreciates the patience of residents who must traverse these roads daily as well as finding alternate parking as this project moves forward.
Locust Street is one way to SR 65
Motorists looking to circumvent North Avenue during the reconstruction of North Avenue will need to traverse Glenn Street, to the Center Avenue Bridge and then turn left onto Center Avenue. Motorists are reminded not to turn left on to Locust Street from any side street and drive the wrong way on the one-way state-maintained road!!