Welcome To Monroeville

Monroeville, PA

Welcome, all visitors to the Municipality of Monroeville’s web site. Located just 13 miles east of the City of Pittsburgh, Monroeville is a community with a mix of residential neighborhoods and a robust commercial district. Enjoy your visit to our web site and come visit us in person.

Traffic Alerts...There will be lane closures this weekend on both Route 22 east and westbound (between Alpine Village and Northern Pike). Tresco Paving will be doing he asphalt work to repair the damage from the waterline break from January. The work is set to begin Saturday 5/30 at 6 A.M.


The Turnpike (I-76) will be closed in both directions between the Butler Valley Interchange (Exit #39) and Allegheny Valley Interchange (Exit #48) Sunday, May 31st, between midnight and 5:30 a.m. for necessary overhead bridge beam removal.


PennDOT District 11 is announcing cross pipe installation on Route 286 (Golden Mile Highway) in the Municipality of Monroeville, Allegheny County, will begin Thursday night, April 30 weather permitting.

Overnight intermittent traffic stoppages of 15 minutes or less will occur from 6 p.m. to 5 a.m. Monday through Saturday nights through Saturday night, June 13. During the stoppages flaggers will assist motorists through a single, alternating lane in the work zone. Additionally, traffic stoppages will occur intermittently during daylight work from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. as crews conduct cross pipe installation. No work will occur on Friday night, May 1.

Pipeline Maintenance – Hydrostatic Testing 12125 – 8” Delmont – Pittsburgh
Allegheny Jct. - Delmont
...Sunoco Pipeline L.P. (SPLP) operates and maintains an 8 inch pipeline in the Municipality. The pipeline segment, which transports refined petroleum products, originates in Delmont, PA and terminates in Pittsburgh, PA. During the week of June 1, 2015, SPLP plans to conduct hydrostatic testing of the pipe to ensure its safety and integrity. The hydrostatic test will occur in stages along the pipeline. The hydrostatic test involves filling the pipe with water and pressurizing the pipe to levels higher than the normal operating pressure in order to verify the strength of the pipe and to identify potentially detrimental defects. The pipeline pressure is continuously monitored for the duration of the test, which is a minimum of eight hours for buried pipelines. The hydrostatic test could be conducted during the evening hours and you may see SPLP and/or contract personnel patrolling the pipeline right-of-way during the testing process. The area of the test will include the area from PA-130 and Sandy Creek Road in Pittsburgh to PA-66 and Violet Lane in Delmont, PA. The 8 inch pipe traverses the municipality from the northeast (from Penn Hills) to the southwest (leaving at Penn Twp.-Alpine Village). If your area is affected, you will receive a letter from Sunoco Logistics.

SPLP is requesting, where possible, for the general public to remain off of the pipeline Right of Way during the testing period. In the event a problem occurs during a hydrostatic test, we will have personnel standing by to respond, sectionalize the line, identify the location of the defect and make repairs. In some cases, the test water is colored with an environmentally safe, biodegradable dye to assist in identifying a defect location. Upon completion of repairs, the line is pressurized again until a successful test is achieved. After achieving a successful hydrostatic test, the water is disposed of properly and the line will be returned to service.
For more information on SPLP or hydrostatic testing, please visit our website at If you have general inquiries regarding this process, we would ask that you call the following number, 855-430-4491.

Thank you for your cooperation and patience during this necessary activity.



Monroeville Independence Day Parade...Saturday, July 4th starting at 9:00am. For information on how to join the parade and all the day's activities, click here.

Monroeville Residents...
In an effort to promote community engagement and public participation, the Human Needs and Resources Advisory Board has created the following survey...

Click here to open survey.

This survey will be used to guide and prioritize the work of the Human Needs and Resources Board. In addition, the survey will be used as a tool to pursue and match residents and local business to volunteer opportunities to better serve the community and assist the local government. We thank you in advance for sharing your thoughts and ideas.

Instructors Needed...The Monroeville Senior Citizens Center is looking for instructors to teach exercise classes for adults 50+ years during the evening on Monday and Wednesday nights. Experience necessary. Please call 412.856.7825 for more information.


The Human Needs and Resources Advisory Board is active again... We are seeking input from Monroeville residents and organizations about issues and challenges facing you or your organization. If you have input that you would like to share with us, please email us at or call 412.856.7825.