• "The Village" Sewickley is an Indian word for "Sweet Water" and has a history that dates back to the mid 1700's, with the first written mention of Sewickley dated December 31, 1767. Sewickley is one square mile with a vibrant business district, the Sewickley Valley Hospital, YMCA, Public Library, Community Center, Sweetwater, and numerous churches.

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Welcome to the Borough of Sewickley

Located in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, approximately 11 miles northwest of Pittsburgh.

Sewickley is an Indian word for "Sweet Water" and has a history that dates back to the mid 1700's, with the first written mention of Sewickley dated December 31, 1767.

The Borough was incorporated in 1853 and has a population of 3,827 according to the 2010 Census.

Sewickley is one square mile with a vibrant business district, the Sewickley Valley Hospital, Sewickley YMCA, Sewickley Public Library, Sewickley Community Center, Sweetwater Center for the Arts, and numerous churches.

The Borough of Sewickley has a wide variety of amenities to offer such as tree lined residential neighborhoods, assorted local civic organizations, various churches, private and public schools, and a diverse business district within walking distance.

Sewickley Borough now has public access television (PEG-TV) available on Comcast (Channel 765) and Verizon (Channel 38), providing news, community events and up to date information for our Sewickley residents.

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Sewickley Chamber of Commerce

2014 COUNCIL, ZONING HEARING BOARD & COMMISSIONS MEETING DATES

2012 BUDGET

2013 BUDGET Adopted on Monday, November 19, 2012

2014 BUDGET - Adopted on Monday, November 18, 2013

Roadway Study

Sewickley Borough Council undertook a road study and probable cost estimate for all Borough roads in 2002.  A ten digit rating system was utilized to evaluate all of the Borough’s roadways.  The roads were evaluated with standards comparable with the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation requirements.  All totaled, the Borough needs to spend approximately $20,000,000 over the next 20 years.  With this road study and probable cost estimate, the Borough is adequately planning for rehabilitation of its road network and compliance with Americans With Disability Act requirements, including a Pedestrian Access Points Review and separation of the combined sewer overflows.

In 2014, the Borough will rebuild Ferry Street.  In 2015, it is recommended that Centennial Avenue, from Blackburn Road to Boundary Street; Cochran Street, from Beaver Street to Centennial Avenue; and all of Dippold Street be repaved. Borough of Sewickley Roadway Study Program Link

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