Manor Borough is nestled between Irwin / North Huntingdon to the west, Hempfield Township to the southeast, and Penn Township to the north east. It is situated between PA State Routes 30 and 130. Manor served as a railroad stop for many years in the early 1900s. The railroad still runs through Manor carrying freight via Norfok Southern. The railroad depot has long been torn down, and in its place is the Manor Borough Office, Manor Community Room, Manor Public Library, and Manor VFD. As the Borough celebrates its 125th anniversary, it is growing with the development of new single family homes at The Woods of Brandywine and Crimson Pointe, part of the Penn Township School District.
The area known as Manor Borough was settled in 1873 and was incorporated on January 4th, 1890. What was once a coal mining and an agricultural community, it is now a residential community. Manor is home to more than 3,300 people and covers 2.5 square miles.
Next Council Meeting
Wednesday, March 18th
The Council Meetings start at 7:00 PM and are held in the Manor Borough Community Room located between the Manor Public Library and the Borough Office. Residents are encouraged to attend.
Next Planning Commission
Monday, March 30th
The Planning Commission meetings start at 7:00PM and are held in the Manor Borough Community Room, located between the Manor Public Library and the Borough Office.
Monday, May 25th
The Borough Office and the Tax office are closed in Observance of Labor Day. They will reopen Tuesday May 26th at 8:00 A.M.
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New Web Site
This web site was designed to keep residents informed of Borough activities with access to information 24/7. More information will be added throught out the year. If you can't find what you are looking for, please contact the Borough Office.