Need to hire Part-time daily crossing guard to assist students at street crossings. Must be available to work mornings before school hours and afternoons at student dismissal (approximately 2-3 hours per school day).
For more information on the position and how to apply, please visit our Employment page.
To the Borough of Port Vue,
Residents, Council, Mayor, Manager, Police, Fire, and Ambulance Services
My family and I wanted to thank the Borough, its organizations, and its residents for the show of support during my fathers (Bryan Myers) funeral procession through the Borough on September 12.
The show of support by the community for my father, as he took his final patrol through the Borough he loved so much, was so memorable for my family and I. Seeing family and friends lining the streets as we drove through reminded our family of how much my dad was loved in our community. It will be a memory that will live with us forever. There were tears flowing and flags flying during my dads last ride and not only did it make me proud of my dad, but also proud of the people and community that he loved so much.
Again, THANK YOU to all who were part of this amazing tribute. Your love and compassion will never be forgotten.
Bryan Myers II and Family
THE PUSH IS ON!!
PLEASE HELP PORT VUE WIN THE CENSUS CONTEST BY FILLING OUT YOUR CENSUS. IF WE WIN WE WILL RECEIVE ONE OF THESE 3 PRIZES FOR PARKS AND RECREATION:
$2500 1ST PLACE
$1500 2ND PLACE
$1000 3RD PLACE
Help count Port Vue in!!! Your response matters
REGISTER NOW FOR CENSUS!!!
CENSUS IS IMPORTANT TO OUR COMMUNITY. CENSUS MAKES SENSE. IT HELPS US TO GET OUR FAIR SHARE OF THE FEDERAL FUNDS SPENT ON SCHOOLS, HOSPITALS, ROADS, PUBLIC WORKS, AND OTHER VITAL PROGRAMS AND EMERGENCY SERVICES. BUSINESSES USE CENSUS DATA TO DECIDE WHERE TO BUILD FACTORIES, OFFICES AND STORES. DEVELOPERS USE THE CENSUS TO BUILD NEW HOMES AND REVITALIZE OLD NEIGHBORHOODS. LOCAL GOVERNMENT USE THE CENSUS FOR PUBLIC SAFETY AND EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS
CENSUS MAKES SENSE!! EVERYONE WINS!!
THE DEADLINE IS OCTOBER 1, 2020
MANY THANKS TO JEFFERSON REGIONAL FOUNDATION FOR THE GRANT FOR THIS FRIENDLY COMPETITION GIVEN TO OUR LOCAL MUNICIPALITIES, LINCOLN, LIBERTY, PORT VUE AND GLASSPORT , WE ALL WIN!!!
As promised the Easter Bunny was Spotted!!!!!
Hippity Hoppity Easter Bunny is on his way!!!!
When: Saturday, April 11, 2020 starting at 1:00 p.m. through out the Borough. Look closely he could be on a fire truck or maybe being escorted by the Police Department 🐰 🥕 🌷 💐
Newly elected get sworn in by District Magistrate Armand Martin Councilman Greg Lombardo, Councilman Bryan Myers II and Councilman Kenneth Hresko.
The State Representatives recognize Frank Cortazzo
Council and Mayor recognize Congressman Doyle, Senator Brewster and Representative Kortz for their continued support of the Port Vue Recreation facility.
Holly Turkovic presents Council with a plaque on behalf of the Dog Park and helping to make the project a reality.🐶 🐾
All Residents are invited to attend – United States Steel Community Education Sessions:
Mon Valley Works Clairton Plant Edgar Thomson Plant Irvin Plant Fairless Plant
What: Community Education Sessions will provide Mon Valley residents with an update and information on the U. S. Steel Mon Valley Works planned $1 billion+ investment.
When: Two 1.5 hour sessions, January 28 and 29, 6:00 pm to 7:30pm . Both sessions will have the same content.
Where: The U. S. Steel Training Facility located at 1 South Linden Street, Duquesne, PA 15110.
Topics to be covered:
- Mon Valley Endless Casting and Rolling Facility
- Clairton Cogeneration Facility
- U. S. Steel Innovation
- Mon Valley Works Operations
Bus transportation will be available at the Clairton (departs 5:15pm) and Braddock (departs 5:30pm) Municipal Buildings. Buses will return from the U.S. Steel Training Facility to the Clairton and Braddock Municipal Buildings at 7:40pm. Light refreshments will also be provided.
“Port Vue Council and Mayor appoint new Chief of Police, David Petruski”
Congratulations Chief Petruski!!!!! Good Luck with your new position 👮♀️
Thank you Santa and his helpers for a wonderful Light Up Night. Special thanks to Elected Officials, Police, Fire, Mars, Office Staff and Road Department for helping Santa.
Mayor Hranics and Chief Petruski present retired Chief Bryan Myers with his retirement badge. Thank you for your service and enjoy your retirement.
Eagle Scout project -library boxes – One is located outside the Port Vue Police Department and the other is placed at the Myer Avenue apartments.
Thank you to the Eagle Scouts!!!!
Mayor Hranics and Council President Mark Tortorice present Chief Bryan Myers with a plaque commemorating his retirement.
Bryan Myers II recognizes and pays tribute to his father’s service and retirement at the September 4th Council Meeting.
Council recognizes retiring, long time resident and crossing guard James Bruce at the April 3rd Council Meeting
“Santa comes by fire truck to visit children and families in Port Vue Borough”
THANKS TO ALL OF SANTA’S HELPERS, BOROUGH WORKERS, FIRE COMPANY, AMBULANCE, POLICE, COUNCIL, MAYOR, GIRL SCOUTS, BOY SCOUTS AND LEADERS WHO ALL VOLUNTEERED TO GIVE THE BOROUGH A GREAT LIGHT UP NIGHT!!!!! A GREAT TIME WAS HAD BY ALL. MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL!
Thank you!!!!!! Halloween Committee and all the volunteers for a fun, scary and successful event. Port Vue Borough is thankful for what you do for the kids of the community.
Thank you to the Boy Scouts, leaders
and all the volunteers and vendors for a great fall festival event. A good time was had by all!!!!!
3rd Annual Bark in the Park
Benefiting Cindy’s Memorial Bark Park
- Food Trucks, Vendors, Rescue Groups, Crafters, Local Artisans & Nonprofit Groups, and Biz
- Rescue Pets, Pet Stenciling, Pictures with your Pet, Ask a Vet, Hound Hydration Station
- Food Vendors: (such as) BRGR, Toni’s Fry Shack, Gourmet Dogs, Cotton Candy, Bake Goods
- HUGE Basket Raffle & 50/50 Drawing
- Music by DJ Dale & Red Hot
- 12:30 PM: Blessing of the Pets by Pastor Hyung Suk Joe of Port Vue UMC
- 1:30 PM: Tricks for Treats Contest sponsored by Doughmutts Barkery
- 2:00 PM: Cutest Canine Costume Contest sponsored by The Crafty Dog
- 2:30 PM: Kids Field Games
- 3:30 PM: K9 Demonstration by Sgt Garrett Kimmell and K9 Ryder of Elizabeth Township PD
- 4:30 PM: Coloring Contest, Basket Raffle, and 50/50 Winners Announced
We are having a coloring contest as well. All coloring pages can be submitted at the event. Prizes for the coloring pages are listed on each one. Also, please feel free to share these with your friends/family/neighbors who have children.
Download Coloring Pages
See you at the Bark in the Park!!!!!
Port Vue Borough Council and Mayor recognize previous Mayor Robert and Mary Erkel on their 70th Wedding Anniversary. Congrats!!!
Port Vue Borough Council and Mayor present certificates of recognition to local fire departments, Duquesne Annex, Dravosburg, Port Vue Vigilant Hose Company #1, Glassport, Lincoln, Liberty, Elizabeth Township, (Blaine Hill), and McKeesport Fire Companies, police officer Rory McLaughlin, McKeesport Ambulance Rescue and residents of Port Vue for their life saving efforts in response to a fire in Port Vue Borough. Thanks to all who contributed in any way. We appreciate your efforts.
THANKS TO ALL THE VOLUNTEERS, FIRE COMPANY, MARS, POLICE, MAYOR AND COUNCIL FOR
MAKING THE 24TH ANNUAL FUN TO BE A KID DAY A HUGE SUCCESS!!! A GREAT TIME WAS HAD BY ALL!!!!!!!
2018 Swearing in Ceremonies:
(first picture left to right, Doug Junecko, Magistrate Armand Martin, Mark Tortorice, Shelia DiGiorgio-Tax Collector, Deborah Thomas, Mayor Hranics, and Frank Cortazzo.
Police, Public Works, Mayor, Council and Recreation department and Chairman. 🎅🎄
🎄A SPECIAL THANKS TO THOSE WHO TRIMMED THE CHRISTMAS TREES: NEMETH CONSTRUCTION, SOUTH ALLEGHENY ELEMENTARY PTA, BOY SCOUTS AND GIRL SCOUTS🎄
Port Vue officials give recognition to Officer Rory McLaughlin for 40 years of service. Recognition was given at the November Council meeting. In the picture left to right are retired District Justice Edward Burnett, Council President Mark Tortorice, Officer Rory McLaughlin, Mayor Brien Hranics, Lt. David Petruski and Chief of Police Bryan Myers. CONGRATS AND THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE!!!!!!
Halloween Parade in Port Vue another scary and fun success. Thank you to the Halloween Committee and all the volunteers who helped to make this event a huge success.🎃 👍 👻
Borough Council recognizes outgoing Junior Council person Jasmin Harabaug for her service and dedication with a plaque from Pennsylvania State Borough’s Association
Mayor and Council President recognize Casey Nemeth for the Fun to Be a Kid Day T-shirt design and incorporating the 125th Anniversary into his artwork.
Port Vue borough officials presented with State Senator Brewster and State Legislator Kortz recognition
2018 Junior Council person Sara Pribanic, presents council a recognition plaque for the 125th Anniversary of the Borough from PSAB
The Bicycle Winners
Port Vue celebrates the 125th Anniversary with a parade, car/bike cruise, field events, food and activities
Parade on Romine kicks off the 125th Anniversary Celebration.
125th Anniversary celebration, car/bike cruise and vendors
125th Anniversary fireworks display
The award was presented by Councilman Frank Cortazzo.
Senator Brewster’s aide Timothy Joyce pays respect to Council members and Mayor for Service awards provided by Pennsylvania State Borough’s Association.
The Halloween party and parade was on October 29th, enjoy these photos from the parade!