Current Events and News

The Deadline for 2019 Bethel Park Income Tax has been extended to July 15th, 2020!

The Municipality of Bethel Park is seeking interested residents to serve on the Municipality’s Library Board and the Planning & Zoning Commission.  (Read More…….)

A Friendly Reminder from our Sanitary Sewer Engineers….

CANCELLATION NOTICE – Public Hearings scheduled for March 23rd at 6:15 and 6:30 have been postponed.  New dates and times will be announced once that information has been finalized.

Updated – 4/1 – Municipality of Bethel Park Response to Coronavirus (COVID-19) Municipal Building & Library Closure Notification

The Zoning Hearing Board of Bethel Park will consider the following matters: (1) use variance for a restaurant in the C-1 zoning district, Section 69.38.2 (2 way aisle width), 441 McMurray Road, Jason Campagna; (2) use variance to allow carryout and high turnover restaurants (with no seat maximum) in the Parkside Center neighborhood building (currently zoned C-1, neighborhood commercial), Section 69.29.1, 2401-2425 South Park Road, Parkside Center LP; (3) side yard variance to enclose existing 4 ft. x 10 ft. side porch less than 10 ft. from property line, Section 69.25.4, 3057 Greenwald Road, Mary Ratkiewicz.”

A hearing on these matters will be held on Monday, April 6, 2020 at 7:30 p.m. in “the Municipal Building at 5100 West Library Avenue.

Municipality of Bethel Park Request For Proposal – Information Technology Services.  If you are a vendor and you are interested, please click here for more information.

Bethel Park Takes Preparatory Measures Regarding Coronavirus

Hard To Recycle Collection Event Saturday, June 20th Click Here for Details!                       

Sign Up for Emergency Notifications from Bethel Park!

 

 

This Event Has been Postponed and will be rescheduled at a later time in May or June

Glass Recycling Event – Village Square Mall Saturday, April 25th!

 

New Construction Alert – Steeplechase

Oak Tree Park Flood Mitigation Project

 

 

Lasting until December 2020, commuters who use Port Authority’s park-and-ride lot at West Library will have 13 fewer parking spaces to jostle over.
That’s because the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation will use those spots while it completes a road-widening project that adds turning lanes on Route 88 in Bethel Park and South Park Township. The lot has 115 spaces, but authority spokesman Adam Brandolph said it already fills early on weekday mornings. He suggested motorists instead use the garage at South Hills Village, which charges $2 to park. The PennDOT project will include replacing two stone arch bridges with concrete box culverts, and also adding left-turn lanes on northbound Route 88 at Clifton and Churchill roads and a right-turn lane from Clifton onto Route 88. Drainage updates, signal improvements, guide rail updates and new pavement markings also are part of the project. One lane of traffic will be maintained in each direction during the work, but the road will be closed twice for one-week stretches during culvert work.

 

Allegheny Land Trust finalizing the acquisition of 40.5 acres of woodland in Bethel Park 

 

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