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  • Potomac Avenue to close 10/9 for Dormont Street and Music Festival - Potomac Avenue will be closed from West Liberty Avenue to Belrose Avenue beginning at 8:00am on Saturday, October 9th in preparation for the 13th Annual Dormont Street and Music Festival (https://fb.me/e/1fmGS9rB1). There will be no parking that morning. Potomac Ave will be reopened following cleaning up after the event approximately 9:00pm. The Borough of Dormont… Read more...
  • Borough of Dormont Council approves anti-discrimination ordinance - Media: https://www.post-gazette.com/news/politics-local/2021/10/05/Dormont-approves-anti-discrimination-ordinance/stories/202110050130 Full text Below: Ordinance 1642 Human Relations Commission October 2021 BOROUGH OF DORMONT NON- DISCRIMINATION ORDINANCE 1642 AN ORDINANCE To Amend The Code Of Borough of Dormont adding Chapter 57 To Provide for the Creation of The Borough of Dormont Human Relations Commission, and to Prohibit Discrimination in Housing, Commercial Property, Employment and… Read more...
  • Potomac Ave Remedial Work Week of October 4th - This notice is being provided to advise of the upcoming work on Potomac Avenue. Portions of Potomac Avenue will be closed the week of October 4th for remedial work. This closure is planned for Tuesday October 5th through Thursday October 7th between the hours of 8:00 am and 4:00 pm. Construction will commence at West… Read more...
  • Dormont Stormwater Authority- Athens Alley Phase 2 - The Dormont Stormwater Authority is in the process of installing stormwater improvements on Kelton Avenue, from West Liberty Ave. to Texas Avenue.  The week of October 4th construction will be focuses at the Kelton Avenue/West Liberty Ave. intersection.  This construction is scheduled as night work, occurring between the hours of 7PM and 9AM.  Contractor is… Read more...
  • 2022 Budget Meetings - Budget season is coming. The 2022 Budget discussions are upon us at the Borough of Dormont. Below is the current list of scheduled budget meetings and the topic each meeting will focus on. All meetings will be broadcasted via Zoom and most will have the option of limited in person attendance as well. Please note… Read more...
  • Dormont Street and Music Festival Line Up Announced - Dormont Street and Music Festival Line Up Announced   Dormont, PA –The Borough of Dormont is excited to announce the full music line-up for the 2021 Dormont Street and Music Festival sponsored by the Borough of Dormont, Arsenal Cider Tap House - Dormont and Dad’s Basement. This will be the 13th iteration of this annual… Read more...
  • Borough of Dormont Council Declares State of Emergency - At Monday's Council Meeting, Dormont Council declared a state of emergency and is requiring all attendees at public meetings to wear either a face mask or a face shield.   Please see complete Resolution below:   RESOLUTION NO 12-2021 A RESOLUTION OF THE BOROUGH OF DORMONT IN THE COUNTY OF ALLEGHENY, COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA, DECLARING… Read more...
  • Borough of Dormont Announces Joint Collaboration with City of Pittsburgh Dormont Pool - For Immediate Release OFFICIAL PRESS RELEASE Dormont, PA, July 29, 2021 The Borough of Dormont and the City of Pittsburgh Department of Parks and Recreation (Citiparks) has announced a new program for City of Pittsburgh residents to use voucher coupons to swim at the Dormont Pool for the remainder of the summer 2021 season.   City residents will be able… Read more...
  • Officer Update/Press Release - PRESS RELEASE------------------PRESS RELEASE--------------------PRESS RELEASE For Immediate Release Dormont, PA, July 29, 2021 Officer Update: Officer Rob Barnes, an eight (8) year veteran of the Dormont Police Department was shot in the torso during an incident on Gilkeson Road in Mt. Lebanon. The bullet was stopped by Officer Barnes’ ballistic vest.  Officer Barnes was transported to… Read more...
  • Borough of Dormont Announces Return of In-Person Meetings - The Borough of Dormont Council will begin in-person meetings starting tonight with the July 26th Agenda meeting. According to Allegheny County (https://data.democratandchronicle.com/covid-19-vaccine-tracker/pennsylvania/allegheny-county/42003/), 59.62% (730,705) of Allegheny County's 1,225,561 residents have had at least one shot of the COVIS Vaccine while 54.60% (669,100) are fully vaccinated. Because of this, seating will be limited to the first… Read more...