Edgeworth Water Authority 313 Beaver Rd, Sewickley, PA15143 Edgeworth Water Authority is a business that specializes in the maintenance of water. It caters its services to all of…More the residents and businesses in the borough of Edgeworth. It provides clean drinking water to its residents. Its services include having water meters read every quarter and to provide the cleanest drinking water available to the residents of Edgeworth.
Edgeworth Borough 301 Beaver Rd, Sewickley, PA15143 Edgeworth is a small, welcoming community measuring approximately 1.3 square miles. The borough was founded in the early…More 1900s and took its name from the Edgeworth Female Seminary, a small school for girls that moved to the community from Pittsburgh in 1836. From a population of approximately 35 families in 1876, today Edgeworth has about 1,730 residents. Made up of older homes on tree-lined streets, Edgeworth is a walking community in close proximity to the library, shops, eateries, churches and schools.
Edgeworth Public Works 301 Beaver Rd, Sewickley, PA15143 The Edgeworth Public Works office is located inside the Borough Building on Beaver Rd. It provides garbage pick up,…More and recycling services to the residents of Edgeworth Borough. It also provides services for autumn and spring clean up.
Edgeworth Police 301 Beaver Rd, Sewickley, PA15143 The Edgeworth Police Department consists of four full-time police officers, including Police Chief John English and 10…More part-time officers. The department also includes a half dozen dispatchers and a couple crossing guards. The department maintains family census information to help protect borough homes. Police also enforce an 11 p.m. curfew for underage youth and maintains a key system for most residents. Keys are used for lockouts or alarm calls, for which the department maintains a registry of alarm systems.
Sewickley Borough Water Authority 601 Thorn St, Sewickley, PA15143 The Sewickley Water Authority serves Sewickley, Glen Osborne, Haysville, Sewickley Heights, as well…More as customers in Edgeworth, Bell Acres and Aleppo Township. The water authority, on the second floor of the Sewickley municipal building, is governed by a seven-member board appointed by the Sewickley Council.