A Great Place to Live and Work
Founded in 1888, Edgewood Borough is located 7 miles from
downtown Pittsburgh and has a population of 3,311. A welcoming
residential community of .92 square miles, Edgewood Borough
combines the tree-lined beauty of an old Pennsylvania town with
the advantages of an unbeatable suburban locale.
The Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation has designated
Edgewood a historic district. The Borough features the Edgewood Towne
Center, a 339,791 square foot neighborhood shopping center.
Edgewood is home to the Edgewood Symphony Orchestra, one of
premier community symphonies, composed of amateur
volunteers from more than 40 communities and four countries.
Our borough is located right next to
Regent Square and beautiful
476 acre Frick Park, and Edgewood is no more than a 15 minute drive from
great attractions such as The
Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium.
Edgewood Borough is proud of its thriving public library, the
C.C. Mellor Memorial Library,
its dynamic recreation program,
recycling efforts, and the many events and programs held throughout
the year in an effort to maintain and enhance an excellent quality of
life. Edgewood’s Public Works, Police, and Volunteer Fire Departments
are attentive to the needs of its residents and our close proximity to
Pittsburgh’s cultural and employment opportunities makes Edgewood
Borough a progressive, family-oriented community second to none, as well
as a great place to do business.
On our website, you will find information about
Borough Departments, including
Recreation, an overview of Edgewood Borough’s
Government and Administration,
Borough Information, including demographics,
Local Links, and more
About Our Area. Should you have any questions, please don’t hesitate
Contact Us here at the offices of Edgewood Borough.
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