Astronaut Michael Fincke calls Emsworth his hometown
Last Updated: July 7, 2020
The Allegheny County League of Municipalities (ALOM) has named the Borough of Emsworth as a 2019 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 2019. 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.
2020 Membership Campaign
The Avonworth Historical Society has embarked on its first membership campaign to grow our organization and expand our capabilities to preserve and disseminate local history. Will you help? Please consider becoming a member, giving a gift membership or spreading the word about our work and encouraging new memberships. Membership dues and donations are our main sources of revenue. These funds help to pay for our rent, office supplies, archival storage materials, lecturers, newsletter publication and computer/copying equipment. We recently purchased camera equipment to digitize 90 years of weekly City and Suburban Life newspaper issues, as well as, other documents and archival materials. We have costs associated with the maintenance and protection of the Dickson Log House, too, to name a few regular expenses. We can use your support now! Go to avonworth-history.org/support to help us reach our goal of 202 new members. Your contribution will be greatly appreciated!
THE EMSWORTH BOROUGH BUILDING WILL BE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. ONE PERSON AT A TIME IN THE LOBBY, MASKS ARE RECOMMENDED.
PLEASE CONTINUE TO USE THE DROP BOX FOR TAX PAYMENTS AND SEWAGE PAYMENTS.
THESE ARE UNPRECENTED TIMES AND WE APPRECIATE EVERYONE’S COOPERATION AND UNDERSTANDING.
June 20, 2020
Marmo Park will soon be open.......but no pavilion rentals for 2020 and no restrooms will be open.