The Sewickley Borough Mangers' office is located in the Borough Building on Thorn Street in Sewickley. The Borough…More Manager, Kevin Flannery oversees the running of the borough. He is responsible for directing the daily operations of the borough, coordinating with all borough departments and implementing policies.
Sewickley Borough Municipal Building, Sewickley, PA15143 Sewickley Borough was officially incorporated in 1853, though the first written mention of Sewickley, an Indian word for…More "Sweet Water," was recorded on December 31, 1767. Sewickley Borough Manager Kevin Flannery's office is on the second floor, where council chambers are also located. The historical borough building was finished in 1905 and later remodeled in 1982.
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.
Sewickley Hills Borough 349 Magee Rd, Sewickley, PA15143 Sewickley Hills is a small family community approximately 2.41 square miles with a population of 652 residents,…More according to the 2000 U.S. Census. The borough is overseen by a five-member council and has suburban residential and rural agricultural land areas. Sewickley Hills is also in close proximity to downtown Pittsburgh, the Pittsburgh International Airport and Interstates 79 and 279.
Sewickley Heights Police 238 Country Club Rd, Sewickley, PA15143 The Sewickley Heights Police Station is located in the borough building. It offers 24-hour police protection to the…More Sewickley Heights Borough. It has two police vehicles with mobile radio systems in each.
Sewickley Hills Borough Hall 349 Magee Rd, Sewickley, PA15143 Sewickley Hills is a small community -- approximately 2.41 square miles, with a population of 652 residents, according…More to the 2000 U.S. Census. The borough, overseen by a five-member council, has suburban residential areas and rural agricultural land areas. Sewickley Hills is also in close proximity to downtown Pittsburgh, the Pittsburgh International Airport and Interstates 79 and 279.
The Sewickley Public Works department is responsible for leaf collection and reforestation in the borough. It is…More also maintains the streets, borough parks, municipal building and surrounding grounds.
The department, led by Public Works Foreman Howard Miller Jr., responds to emergencies such as flooding, landslides, storm debris and snow and ice removal.
Big Sewickley Creek Volunteer Fire Department 1850 Big Sewickley Creek Rd, Sewickley, PA15143 The Big Sewickley Creek Volunteer Fire Department offers fire protection and emergency services for the Borough of Bell…More Acres. The department offers a quick-response service program, providing assistance to the ambulance service.
Sewickley Heights Borough 246 Glen Mitchell Rd, Sewickley, PA15143 Sewickley Heights' topography and 20th century residential architecture -- an abundance of walls, gates, gate houses and…More outbuildings -- is a distinguished, unique collection on a grand scale. Sewickley Heights' architecture is noteworthy for retaining many structures from its early history; it is now the only borough in Pennsylvania designated entirely as a historic district. Sewickley Heights is about 10 miles west of Pittsburgh with easy access to Interstate 79 and the Pittsburgh International Airport. A council of seven elected council members oversee the borough's business. Council chambers are located on the first floor of the Borough Hall at the Allegheny Country Club, 238 Country Club Road.
The Bell Acres Borough Building is located on Camp Meeting Rd in Sewickley. They oversee the running of the…More borough of Bell Acres, including taxes, permits and code enforcement, and emergency services.
Located in the borough's downtown, the Sewickley Wine and Spirits is a Premium Collection store that carries a wide…More selection of bottles and hard-to-find offerings. The store measures 8,659 square feet and carries 3,913 wines, spirits and accessories, including a variety of Chairman's Selections.
Ohio Township Police Department 126 Lenzner Ct, Sewickley, PA15143 The Ohio Township Police Department consists of 12 full-time officers, including Police Chief Norbert Micklos, as well…More as 19 part-time officers and two police clerks. In addition to Ohio Township, the department patrols Aleppo Township, Sewickley Hills Borough, Emsworth Borough, Neville Township, Ben Avon Borough, Ben Avon Heights Borough and Kilbuck Township. The department is located on Lenzer Court above Mount Nebo Road.
Sewickley Borough Police Municipal Building, Sewickley, PA15143 Sewickley police provide protection in the borough and coverage in Osborne. The department, located on the first floor,…More is comprised of eight full-time police officers, including Police Chief James Ersher, and seven part-time officers. Ersher joined the department in 1986 before taking over as chief in 2007. The department also has a K-9 unit, an officer certified in proper child safety seat installation and a speed trailer that can identify problem areas and educate the public on speed limits.