Borough of Sharpsburg
Office Hours: 8:30am-4:30pm M-F
1611 Main Street Pittsburgh PA, 15215
Phone: (412) 781-0546
Fax: (412) 781-8449
The Borough of Sharpsburg is a small community in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania; located along the Allegheny River just about 5 miles outside of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. With a population of 3,446 residents and a land area just under one square mile, it is surrounded by Etna, Shaler Township, Aspinwall, and O’Hara Township. Sharpsburg is known as the birthplace of the H.J. Heinz Company. Heinz manufactured his first products in the kitchen of his Sharpsburg home. Sharpsburg is part of the Fox Chapel Area School District.
Sharpsburg is a member of the North Hills Council of Governments, a voluntary coalition of twenty municipalities in both Allegheny and Butler Counties, which was initiated as a result of the Pennsylvania Intergovernmental Cooperation Act of 1972, and is a non-profit corporation under the laws of the state of Pennsylvania.
The goal of this website is to connect our wonderful residents to businesses and other important information while connecting our community to others in the region, informing them of the great things that are happening here in Sharpsburg.
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Sharpsburg Borough Council received notice that it will be the recipient of $1.52 million in grants from the state to help expedite revitalization of areas of the town. Included in the grant funding is $1.5 million from PennDOT's Multimodal Transportation Fun...Read More
Sharpsburg Borough welcomed its new Mayor and new Council at its January 2, 2018 Reorganization meeting. A packed room filled with residents and business owners watched as the new Mayor - Matthew V. Rudzki, former councilman - took oath to protect the office...Read More
The Sharpsburg Volunteer Fire Department and Sharpsburg Police Department submitted end-of-year reports to Sharpsburg Council regarding the number of calls the first-responder organizations responded to in 2017. The Sharpsburg Police Department Chief To...Read More