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July 2021

By |July 30th, 2021|Categories: Bethel Blog|

Simmons Park Fields Looking Good! Our Public Works Team kept Simmons Park fields looking great during a girls’ softball tournament held there last week.  During the tournament, hundreds of people visited the fields that were taken care of by our “Park’s Team” including Tom Miller, infield groomer; Gregg

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June 2021

Reminder! Help Keep YOUR Wastewater Treatment Plant Running Smoothly and Reduce Unnecessary Cost!

By |June 11th, 2021|Categories: Bethel Blog|

After doing somewhat better, we’re now back to seeing an increase in clogged lines at the Wastewater Treatment Plant serving our area due to residents flushing items that should be placed in the trash. The only thing that should be flushed is toilet paper.  Any wipe products on the market

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Bethel Park “Shade Tree Commission” Project…Consider planting young trees!

By |June 10th, 2021|Categories: Bethel Blog|

Did you know that the trees in our community offer much more than beauty and shade?  According to a recent study conducted by Davey Resource Group, Inc. (DRG) and the Shade Tree Commission, 1,200 trees inventoried in a March study have a value of $6,411.33 annually or $1.3 million for

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May 2021

Voter Referendum May 18th

By |May 10th, 2021|Categories: Bethel Blog|

We're Asking for Your 'YES' Vote on Tuesday, May 18th! On May 18th, you’ll see a Voter Referendum from the Municipality of Bethel Park at the bottom of the ballot asking for your “Yes” vote. Bethel Park’s existing Home Rule Charter requires that the Municipal

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April 2021

Bethel Park Police Department K-9 Lends his Paws to Help the Homeless

By |April 9th, 2021|Categories: Bethel Blog|

Sock Drive Running April 11 - 25 The Bethel Park Police Department’s K-9 unit, otherwise known as ‘K9 Jeez,’ is partnering with a local charity to bring some relief to the greater Pittsburgh area homeless. The 6-year-old Belgian Malinois, handled by Officer Drew Jacobs, is helping ‘Socks With A Mission’

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March 2021

Bethel Park Farmers’ Market Opens May 4!

By |March 30th, 2021|Categories: Bethel Blog|

New Market Coordinator and a Variety of New Vendors Part of the Upcoming Season! New Market Coordinator Miranda Wayne The Bethel Park Farmers’ Market will be opening shop this season on Tuesday, May 4 from 3-7 p.m. at the VIP Parking Lot in South Park off of Corrigan

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