Public Announcements

Leaf Pickup Schedule 2021

2021 residential leaf collection will begins approximately 10/25/2021.  Please Note: This is LEAF Collection ONLY- Do Not Include Yard Waste. Place your LEAVES at the curb no sooner than the NIGHT BEFORE your pickup.


View the 2021 collection schedule.  

2021 Municipal Election Candidate Information

Please see the link below to responses to our candidate questionnaire of those running for office with the Borough of Edgewood. The responses listed here are presented as they were submitted and have not been edited for content.

*The information provided is intended to help prospective voters to learn more about the candidates who are running from the perspective of the candidates themselves, and is not meant to reflect the views or opinions of the Borough of Edgewood. The Borough of Edgewood is not endorsing any political candidates. 

Trick or Treat

Trick-or-Treating in Edgewood Borough will occur on Sunday, October 31 from 6-8 p.m.  We strongly encourage social distancing, masking, and proper hand washing to be practiced.  The Centers for Disease Control lists a number of Trick-or-Treat alternatives for those who do not wish to participate in door-to-door candy distribution.  One recommendation is to leave individual goodie bags in an area where social distancing can be maintained.  Residents who do not want to participate should turn off their outside lights. 

NEW! Adult QiGong

 QiGong (Chee-gong), routed in Classical Chinese Medicine, is a form of martial arts that is accessible to all abilities. Instructor Moshe Sherman will lead participants through simple movements with synchronized breathing. No equipment or experience is necessary. Yoga mat & water bottle are optional. Classes take place Tuesdays 6-6:45, at Koenig Field. The cost is $20 per class. Payment can be made by cash or Venmo/PayPal to be collected at each class or paid ahead to the instructor.

 Participants can register in advance by emailing Moshe at, or simply drop in for a class. For class updates, such as rain delays, please check our Facebook page, Edgewood Borough Community Events.

Now Hiring- Part Time Police Officer

The Edgewood Borough Police Department seeks qualified individuals for the position of part time police officer.  Interested candidates should fill out an application and deliver it to the Edgewood Municipal Building located at 2 Race Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15218, Attention Chief Robert Payne.

 Paper copies of the application are available at the Municipal Building.  Starting rate is $19.58/hour, increasing to $20.17/hour in 2022.  Part time officers receive 1.5x rate for holiday hours worked. New hires receive uniforms, a $300 stipend after one year, and can earn up to ten paid vacation days per  year.

Applicants must meet the following requirements: US Citizen, high school diploma or equivalent, be at least 21 years old, possess Act 120 Certification, valid PA drivers license, valid first aid and CPR certification. Applicants are required to pass a background investigation, medical and psychological exam. 

Important Change to Recycling

As of January 1, 2021, Republic Services is no longer accepting any glass with curbside Recycling Collection. Glass has the tendency to break during collection and contaminates other recyclables with fine shards of glass.  Any contaminated items are forced to be rejected, and sent to a landfill. To continue recycling glass items, Republic Services has stationed a large blue dumpster in the parking lot behind the Edgewood Borough Building, 2 Race Street, for items to be dropped off at residents' convenience. This bin is located next to the paper collection bins.  

IMPORTANT NOTE: Please only bring your CLEAN glass recyclables, without lids, to place in the bin.  

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