Protect yourself from identity theft this Saturday, October 5 from 8:00am – 11:00am at a free Paper Shredding Event. This event is sponsored by State Reps. Anita Kulik, Dan Deasy’s and State Senator Wayne Fontana and will take place at the McKees Rocks Shopping Center, 114 Chartiers Ave, McKees Rocks PA 15136. Bring any personal documents including documents containing Social Security, credit card and bank account numbers; canceled or unused checks; insurance and income tax records; account numbers; pension information.
At this free event, residents can safely dispose of any confidential papers, or personal financial documents that are no longer needed. Documents will be shredded on site by a reputable and bonded company. For more information, please see our Facebook post .
Ben Avon leaf collection does not begin until late October; running through the last week in November. Until then please refrain from putting leaves out at the curb.
In the meantime you can collect and bag your leaves, putting them out with your municipal waste collection on Wednesdays.
Anyone with questions can contact Dale Regrut, Public Works Foreman, at 412-761-5311.
Within the next month or so, Ben Avon will begin its 2019 paving project on the following streets:
- Hilands Avenue.
- Monitor Avenue – the entire length including across 65 to the dead end.
- Forest Avenue – between Church Avenue and Brighton Road.
- Brighton Road – from the Avalon border, near the mini-mart, down to Park Ave.
Borough council members ask for your patience and understanding with further inconvenience, noise, and mess. It is a short-term price to pay for long-term improvements. The contractor is Mele and Mele. If you have any questions, comments or concerns, please call the project manager, Frank Schweinberg at (412) 812-4762.
Emergency responders are aware of this project and will be at your service as usual. In addition Waste Management will be given accommodations so as not to interrupt garbage or recycling schedules.
Please take special care to avoid driving on any newly paved street until all construction signage is removed and the street is officially open for use. To be most durable, fresh pavement must be allowed to cool and thoroughly cure; driving on it before then will cause damage and waste your tax dollars.
It is important to understand that unforeseen problems sometimes upset the best of plans, and we ask in advance for your patience, understanding, and compliance. Thank you so much.
Pittsburgh, PA – PennDOT District 11 is announcing preservation work on the Route 65 (Ohio River Boulevard) bridge over Spruce Run in Ben Avon Borough, Allegheny County, will begin Monday, August 26 weather permitting.
A long-term single-lane restriction in each direction will begin at 9 a.m. Monday morning on the Route 65 bridge located between Laurel Road and Dickson Avenue. Two 11-foot wide lanes will be maintained for bi-direction traffic on the northbound side of the bridge during the initial phase. Single-lane restrictions will remain in place through early December.
Improvements on the $4.60 million preservation project include superstructure concrete repairs, floor beam repair, crack sealing, and drainage system upgrades.
Motorists should be prepared for changing traffic patterns. Please use caution when driving through the area. Work zone safety is everyone’s responsibility.
Ben Avon is looking for a few good residents to serve as volunteers with the Avonworth Municipal Authority – the overseeing authority for the Avonworth Community Park which provides a variety of recreational and social amenities to the five communities within the Avonworth district. There are several committee opportunities to be involved with including the Pool committee, Maintenance, Public Relations, Facilities, etc. For more information on the AMA and Park opportunities, visit https://www.avonworthcommunitypark.org/avonworth-municipal-authority.
If you are interested in donating your time and services, please contact the Ben Avon Borough office at firstname.lastname@example.org or (412) 766-7704.
Most of the park restoration has been completed and the Park is OPEN to residents. A few things to remain mindful of include:
- The parking lot is slated to be repaved sometime between September 23 and October 11 – weather conditions permitting. Please be aware that there may be potential closures while this paving is taking place
- The grass has been reseeded so please be careful of the netting holding in the grass seeds. Please do your best to steer clear of the netting and the hay until the grass has grown in.
Please stay tuned for more information or contact the boro office with any additional questions, email@example.com or 412-766-7704.