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Borough Council

  1. Regular Council Meeting

    April 10, 2018, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM @ Municipal Building

    Agendas will be available on the Borough of Sewickley website and can be downloaded. Interested parties are invited to sign up for Agendas to be emailed to them by clicking on Notify Me above.

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Community Events

  1. Spring Leaf Collection

    April 10, 2018, 7:00 AM - 3:00 PM

    The Borough's Spring Leaf Collection program is scheduled to begin on Monday, April 2, and continuing until Friday, April 13, 2018, weather permitting. The following rules are in effect concerning this service. 1. Leaves are to be placed along the street line and NOT in the street. Placing leaves in the street can cause sewer backup and entice children to play in the leaves on the street, which creates a dangerous situation. 2. Brush, grass and shrubbery clippings are not to be mixed with leaves. Grass and shrubbery clippings are required to be bagged for weekly garbage collection. Branches must be cut to 4 ft. lengths and bundled; Waste Management, the Borough's waste collection hauler, will not pick up branches unless this is done. The Borough will only pick up branches after a storm. 3. Leaves that are not put out for collection during this time will have to be bagged for regular waste pick up.

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  2. Spotlight on Opioids - a Panel Discussion

    April 10, 2018, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM @ QV Middle School Auditorium

    Four short informative presentations with a panel discussion to follow. Topics include: U.S. Department of Justice Overdose Statistics, What Opioids Do to Your Brain, What to do with Old Drugs, How YOU can help the Good Guys Catch the Bad Guys, Why can't an Addict Just Stop, and A Personal Story on Loving an Addict.

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