Pennsylvania’s Primary Election takes place Tuesday, May 17. Ben Avon’s polling location is located next to Anchor and Anvil at 7219 Church Avenue.
Voting hours are 7 am – 8 pm.
Interested in knowing more about the candidates or seeing a sample ballot? Go to the League of Women Voter’s https://www.vote411.org/ballot.
For complete details and instructions, go to votespa.com or alleghenyvotes.com. You can also call the Allegheny County Elections Office at (412) 350-4500 for information.
The next Ben Avon Council Meeting, scheduled for Tuesday, May 17, 2022, at 7:00 pm, will be held in person – at the Ben Avon Borough Building – as well as remotely. The meeting agenda can be found here, once it is available.
To attend the meeting remotely by computer or phone, please contact the Ben Avon Borough office at (412) 766-7704 or send an email to Benavon@benavon.com for access details.
Please contact the Borough Office prior to May 17th with any questions or public comments that you would like to have addressed at this meeting.
The next Ben Avon Council meeting will take place on Tuesday, June 21st.
Domestic cats can make wonderful pets. But cats that roam outdoors, can have serious consequences. Recent estimates name cats as the number one unnatural killer of birds in the U.S. Outdoors, cats are a non-native and invasive species that threaten birds and other wildlife, disrupt ecosystems, and spread diseases.
Cat owners can help to protect birds and other property by keeping their pet cats indoors. This practice is also beneficial to cats themselves. Studies have proven that indoor cats are healthier, safer, and live longer than their outdoor counterparts. Check out the American Bird Conservancy to find out how to keep your furry feline friend safe.
The QVCOG is proud to announce a Pilot Glass Recycling Program for our fifteen member communities. Beginning Saturday, March 12th users will be invited to use a site located in Sewickley Borough’s Riverfront Park (300 Chadwick St, Sewickley, PA 15143) free of charge. The QVCOG anticipates the Pilot Program will last approximately 3 months to evaluate the feasibility of establishing a second location (to be determined) as well as a shared cost structure based on each participating municipality’s population. The Rules and Regulations for the program can be found within the accompanying illustrations.
It is important to understand how storm water affects your wallet, safety, health, and the environment in Pennsylvania. Learn important ways to prevent stormwater pollution in Ben Avon.
See how our neighbors in Avalon help to prevent stormwater pollution.