Mayor & Council


The municipal government of Edgewood Borough is comprised of an elected Mayor and seven person Council. Committees provide guidance and oversight of Edgewood Borough’s various departments, with the Borough Manager’s office having responsibility for day to day administration of borough duties.


The Mayor of Edgewood Borough:

Jack Wilson
Elected in 2017 to fill a 4-year term
To contact Mayor Wilson, email him at:

Edgewood's Mayor is elected at large and holds office for a term of four years. The Mayor is the Chief Executive Officer of the Police Department and in the event of a tie in Council voting, casts the deciding vote. The Mayor has veto power over legislation passed by Council, although Borough Council may over-ride a veto by a majority vote plus one additional vote.

Edgewood Borough Council

Edgewood's Borough Council is made up of seven elected members, with each member serving a four year term. Council elections are held in November of each odd year with newly elected officials sworn in the following January.

Learn more about Edgewood's current Council Members on our Committees page.

To contact a Borough Councilperson, please email them at the following addresses:


* Jennifer Gleba was appointed by borough council on March 18, 2021 to fill the remainder of Jack Bright’s term.  Mr. Bright passed away suddenly on March 1, 2021.  The Pennsylvania Borough Code requires a vacant position be filled within 30 days of the vacancy occurring.


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