- April 23, 2020
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 🐰 🥕 🌷 💐
Special thanks to all those involved to ...
- March 5, 2020Port Vue Borough officials hire full time police officer Christopher Adams.
- February 10, 2020Newly 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 ...
- February 10, 2020All 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, ...
- January 8, 2020“Port Vue Council and Mayor appoint new Chief of Police, David Petruski”
Congratulations Chief Petruski!!!!! Good Luck with your new position 👮♀️
- January 8, 2020Thank 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.
- December 17, 2019Garbage Welcome Letter
- November 13, 2019
Mayor Hranics and Chief Petruski present retired Chief Bryan Myers with his retirement badge. Thank you for your service and enjoy your retirement.
- November 4, 2019Eagle 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!!!!
- October 4, 2019Mayor 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.