Sharpsburg is a Community of Opportunity. We are a friendly and welcoming community where all people are connected, thriving, resilient, and empowered to be the best they can be.
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.
Sharpsburg is a progressive community committed to exploring advancements in technology, sustainability, education, and civic engagement. Our borough is rich in history, culture and the arts and offers recreational options at its riverfront properties and parks. The local business community is thriving with new storefronts and industries establishing roots in Guyasuta Square and along Main Street. The government and administration work with local organizations, residents, and businesses to create a strong vision for the continued progress of making Sharpsburg one of Allegheny County's most advancing communities!
Sharpsburg is proud to be a Sustainable PA Certified Community, working towards environmental and sensible use of energy, green space, and citizen involvement in the development and growth of the borough.
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.
Thank you for visiting the Borough of Sharpsburg on the web! We welcome any feedback regarding our webpage. Please contact the Borough office with any questions, comments, or concerns.
Contact the borough by calling (412) 781-0546 or by email.
Bill Rossey, Borough Manager x100
Carleen Kusar, Utility Administrator – x 101
Roxane Magnelli, Borough Treasurer – x 102
Thomas Stelitano, Police Chief x108