Sewickley Valley YMCA will serve as a “COOLING CENTER” July 20 & 21:
- Saturday 6:45 a.m. to 6 p.m.
- Sunday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
AGENDA for July 16, 2019 Council Meeting Please click link
July 18 - 7:00 pm Zoning Hearing Board in Sewickley Public Library – William & Katharine Harbison, 511 Rabbit Hill - requesting a variance from the 15 foot minimum side yard setback requirement in order to enlarge their patio.
June, July & August Glen Osborne meetings held in OSBORNE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Matt Lind your Waste Management Resident Route Manager. Call his cell 724-350-2406 to report missed pick ups or any issues.
2019 Waste Management Schedule with WEEKLY RECYCLING Click Here
The Borough does not provide residential leaf pick up. Residents are responsible for bagging their leaves and setting them out for weekly trash pick up. Or residents can hire a private contractor to remove their leaves.
SIDEWALKS: SNOW AND ICE REMOVAL
Pursuant to Glen Osborne Ordinance 302:
Sidewalks must be maintained in a safe and usable condition, by the property owner.
Sidewalks must be kept clean and free of snow and ice, which could cause injury to pedestrians.
Dedication of the Count Noble Historical Marker. A special ceremony was held on July 16, 2016, in front of Osborne Elementary School, for the installation of a historical marker commemorating the former residence of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Wilson, owners of the famous English Setter Count Noble, and the first English Toy Spaniel registered by the American Kennel Club in 1886. In the late 1800’s the Wilsons and Count Noble lived on the property where Osborne Elementary School’s playing fields are located today. Local historian, Richard J. LeBeau, author of "Count Noble: The Greatest Dog that Ever Lived," invited ancestors of Mr. & Mrs. B. F. Wilson, and members of the Sewickley Valley Historical Society and the American Kennel Club to this special ceremony.
New Sewage Facilities and Beaver Road
Glen Osborne, Sewickley and Aleppo updated sewer service in the borough, with Aleppo's sewage coming through a new line down Glen Mitchell Road in Glen Osborne and treated in Sewickley. Among other things, this involved work on Glen Mitchell Road and construction of a new pump station on the other side of the railroad tracks which replaced an old pump station (which we called Pump Station #1). As a part of the project the Sewickley Water Authority connected a number of homes along Beaver Rd to its newer water line, and Beaver Road was repaved.
Glen Osborne Street Signs
New street signs have been placed along Beaver Road. The signs were designed by a local signmaker, Jeff Lang of OldLangSigns. The street names now follow PennDot regulations and the road names are now all spelled correctly. The signs were installed by John Wick. The design originated from the existing "Welcome to Glen Osborne" sign.