Manor Borough

Westmoreland County

Pennsylvania

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Welcome to Manor Borough

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Residential Community

Residents on lower Oak Street, lower Observatory Street, part of Race Street, and Hill Street were mailed an income survey to determine eligibility for a grant to replace the sewer main and to repave the road. PLEASE return your survey as soon as possible in the self-addressed stamped envelope. The confidential survey was designed to take you no more than 2 minutes to complete. Your cooperation will ensure the Borough can obtain as much funding as possible to complete a much needed and important project.
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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, Manor Station, for many years in the late 1800s and 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. The Borough celebrated its 125th anniversary in 2015. The Borough has grown in recent years with the development of new single family homes at the Woods of Brandywine and Crimson Pointe, both part of the Penn Trafford School District.

The area known as Manor Borough was settled in 1873 and was incorporated on January 4th, 1890. What was once a Pennsylvania Railroad Station, known as Manor Station, and a coal mining and agricultural community, is now a residential community. Manor is home to more than 3,300 people and covers 2.5 square miles. The Borough is comprised of 2 school districts: Hempfield Area and Penn Trafford; and is serviced by 3 post offices: Manor (15665), Irwin (15642), and Harrison City (15636).

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Next Council Meeting

Wednesday, February 20, 2019

The Council Meetings are held the 3rd Wednesday of the month and begin at 7:00 PM in the Manor Borough Community Room, located between the Manor Public Library and the Borough Office. Residents are welcome and encouraged to attend. The tentative meeting agenda can be found here. Click here for the 2018 Adopted Budget.

Next Planning Commission

Monday, January 21, 2019

The Planning Commission 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. The Planning Commission continues to review and update the SALDO.

Holiday Closure

Monday February 18th 2019

The Borough Office will be  CLOSED February 18th in Observance of President's Day. The Borough office will reopen Tuesday, February 19th at 8:00 AM.

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eCode 360

Online Borough Ordinances

Manor Borough's Ordinances are now online! No more fumbling through pages. The search feature allows you to narrow in on your topic of interest or concern. Click here to go to the eCode360 site.

Trash Pick-Up

Effective April 2018

Manor's trash hauler changed April 2018 to Advanced Disposal. You are now billed quarterly by Advanced Disposal. If you have never received a bill from Advanced Disposal, please contact the Borough Office. Trash is picked up Wednesdays with monthly voluntary single stream curbside recycling, and monthly eWaste pickup. Advanced Disposal has provided residents with information regarding solid waste pick up, recycling, and eWaste. If you need to contact Advanced Disposal call 800-437-1759 or 724-437-7336.