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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.




ALERT:
Be advised effective immediately Cavitt Rd will be closed indefinitely from William Penn Highway to Asbury Court, use alternate routes.

Cavitt Road is still under evaluation by the Municipality’s geotechnical engineers, Garvin Boward & Bieko, and the Municipal Staff. The evaluation involves soil assessment with respect to how the road will be repaired and the source of water infiltration, which is most likely the cause of the road shifting and how it is affecting the road base and the underlying earth. This technical evaluation will determine the feasibility of the project as to whether the repair can be performed in-house or bid-out. Council and Staff hopefully plan to have more information available at the Council Agenda Setting Meeting on Thursday May 9th @7:00pm at the Municipal Building. However, future information available at the Council Agenda Setting meeting is predicated on weather.




VOTE
...Primary Election Day is Tuesday, May 21st. All Monroeville Municipal Offices will be closed. For information on voting in Monroeville, click here.

Poll Workers are needed for the May 21st Election. It is a paid position of $115 for the day. There is a 2-hour training session provided for which you will be paid $20. Total fee paid for your time is $135. Contact Rosalie from the Allegheny County Department of Elections at 412-350-4502 for more information or if you have questions.

 

Political Signs...please be aware of the regulations regarding placement of political signs as addressed in Ordinance 2116 and also Ordinance 1443 which gives more detailed info regarding placement of signs in general. In addition, Ordinances 1760 and 1893 also provide information regarding political signage.



MONROEVILLE ELECTION DAY FOOD DRIVE TUESDAY, MAY 21, 2019

• DROP OFF NON-PERISHABLES AT LOCAL POLLING PLACES IN BLUE RECYCLING CONTAINERS
• CONTRIBUTIONS WILL BENEFIT MONROEVILLE LOCAL FOOD BANKS

List of Food Banks Needed Items





2018 Delinquent Real Estate Taxes - click here




Updated Home Rule Charter
... click here to view the updated Monroeville Home Rule Charter. The task of updating the Monroeville Home Rule Charter was commissioned in 2016 by Monroeville Council to selected members of the community who comprise the Ad Hoc Home Rule Charter Committee which consisted of:

• Dave Kucherer, Chairperson
• Ed Diehl, Vice Chairperson
• David Palermo
• John Ritter
• Bob Gordon
• Kathy Svilar

The HR Charter Committee began updating the Monroeville Home Rule Charter in early 2016. Subsequently, their report was submitted to Monroeville Council in January 2017. Referendum questions were placed on the ballot in the ensuing three (3) elections of 2017 and 2018. The results of the Monroeville residents voting on the referendum question have been incorporated into the updated edition of the Home Rule Charter. Hard copy editions are available at the Municipal Building for $10.00.



Stormwater Management...want to learn all about stormwater management? Visit our informative stormwater management page to find out what it is, how Monroeville manages it, and what you can do to help...click here


If you wish to appeal your recent billing for the Pollution Control and Flood Reduction billing, please complete the attached form and email or mail to: brownd@monroeville.pa.us or 2700 Monroeville Blvd. Monroeville, Pa 15146.   Under Ordinance No. 2689 of 2018, appeals must be filed within 30 days of receiving your bill; however, due to this being the first mailing of the billing, appeals will be received until February 15, 2019. Please keep in mind that appeals will only be considered under one (1) of the three (3) options on the form.

Appeal Form - Pollution Control & Flood Reduction Fee (fillable pdf form)

Storm Water Management Credit Manual

Pollution Control & Flood Reduction Fee Credit Application (fillable pdf form)


Click here to view MS4 related documents on our Stormwater page.

Click here to view Ordinance 2689 - AN ORDINANCE OF THE MUNICIPALITY OF MONROEVILLE ESTABLISHING A POLLUTION CONTROL AND FLOOD REDUCTION FEE AND PRESCRIBING RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR THE PAYMENT AND COLLECTION OF SAID FEE

Storm Water Management Program and Fee Frequently Asked Questions Flyer



 


C
hurchill, Monroeville, and Wilkins have been working together on developing a Multimunicipal Comprehensive Plan for our area. Here's the finished product (in two parts):

Churchill, Monroeville, Wilkins 2018 Multimunicipal Planning Playbook

Churchill, Monroeville, Wilkins 2018 Multimunicipal Planning Playbook – Appendices


Monroeville Active Tranportation Plan Information

Monroeville Active Transportation Plan Meeting video of the Oct. 18th meeting.


Monroeville Active Transportation Plan Powerpoint presentation from the Oct. 18th meeting.

Monroeville Active Transportation Plan Concept Map


 

The Municipality of Monroeville, The Monroeville Municipal Authority, and the Monroeville Police are now on the Nixle system, which allows residents to sign up to receive messages regarding local emergencies. To sign up for all messaging types, go to www.nixle.com and click "Sign up", or text your desired zip code to 888777 to get text messages only.





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