Welcome To The Borough of Swissvale

Announcements and News


Swissvale Girls Softball Association has made it to the Mayor's Cup Championship at PNC park for the 2nd year in a row and the 4th time in 5 years!!!!

Go cheer on the Orioles at PNC Park next Thursday (July 28) at 8pm!
Brookline vs Swissvale
Free parking, Free admission!!!


National Night Out

National Night Out is Tuesday, August 2nd! Host a neighborhood block party or turn your porch light on, sit out and talk with your neighbors. Have fun and get to know your community.


The Swissvale Fire Department recently sent several firefighters to be trained and certified as CPR instructors.  The department now has six certified instructors that can teach and certify the public in First Aid and CPR.  In our continued efforts to serve our community, we will begin holding CPR training and certification classes for the public.  CPR classes for Borough residents will be held free of charge.  Classes may be scheduled for other groups or businesses for a nominal fee.

There will be a community CPR class held at the Swissvale Fire Station on Saturday August 6 from 9am to 2pm. This class will focus on teaching lay person CPR and the use of an Automated External Defibrillator (AED).  If you are interested in taking this class call the Swissvale Fire Department at 412-271-0448.  The fire department will need your name, e-mail address, and a phone number where you can be easily reached.

Please check this website periodically for class date announcements.  If your organization would like to arrange for a class, please contact Assistant Fire Chief Deleonibus at 412-271-0448.

Family Fun Night

Don't forget Wednesday nights are Family Fun Night at the Carnegie Free Library of Swissvale! Events start at 7pm.


Swissvale Golden Flashes

Football and cheer sign-ups for children age 5-14 are now through July 29. Registration is $80 plus a $50 pre-paid fundraiser ($130 total). The team is part of the Keystone Bantam League.

Home games are played Sundays at Dickson Field (Schoyer Ave) and first game starts at 11 AM. Admission is adults $3 and Children $1. Contact John Wilson at 412-224-9831 or Swissvalefootball@gmail.com for more information.

Swissvale Farmer's Market

The Swissvale Farmers Market is moving three blocks from its previous location, to the fully paved lot behind Dickson School (7301 Schoyer Avenue). The market opened for its third season on MAY 7th! Market hours are every Saturday morning from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. through October. Visit this great public market, voted Best Farmer's Market in Pittsburgh on the A-List, weekly for fresh produce, cut flowers, kettle corn, pasta, baked goods, crafts, art, and so much more! The market accepts EBT/SNAP benefits, and, in the new location behind Dickson, is fully wheelchair and stroller accessible. For the latest information about products, vendors, and special events at the market, find the Swissvale Farmers Market on Facebook.

Street Sweeping Notice

Street Sweeping will begin on Monday, April 11, 2016 and continue daily through October 28, 2016, weather permitting.  All vehicles must be removed from the street between 8:00 a.m. and 12:00 p.m. on your designated street sweeping day.  Signs are posted in each neighborhood stating which day street sweeping will occur. Police will be going around the first two weeks giving out warnings.  Vehicles that are not moved will be ticketed starting April 25, 2016.  If you are unsure what day street sweeping occurs in your neighborhood, please contact the Department of Public Works at (412) 271-0350.

Allegheny County Vacant Property Recovery Program - LIMITED TIME OFFER

2016 SYBS FACT SHEET 6-14-16.pdf

For a limited time only, the Allegheny County Vacant Property Recovery Program will be accepting applications to acquire vacant properties for side yards to an owner-occupied primary residence or blighted structure remediation at a reduced cost to the applicant. Under the 2016 Side Yard and Blighted Structure Program, we will waive our standard parcel fee of $3,000 for applicants for a side yard to their primary residence and applicants proposing to demolish a blighted structure. We will reduce the fee to $1,400 for applicants proposing to rehabilitate a blighted structure. All applicants will also be responsible for the appraised value of the property, a good faith deposit, and closing costs. The application, which contains additional details about the Program guidelines, can be accessed at our website:



Visit www.swissvalepacommercialproperties.com to find a list of available commercial real estate for rent and sale.


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