Manor Borough

Westmoreland County

Pennsylvania

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Police and Emergency in Manor Borough

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Keeping Residents Safe

Manor Borough Police Department consists of 4 full-time police officers and 4 part-time police officers. There is an Officer on duty 24/7 dispatched through the Westmoreland County 911 System. The Police Station is located at 511 Brush Creek Road sharing the building with the Borough's Maintenance department, across from the baseball field, and next to Manor Park. The Police Station telephone number is (724) 863-7553. If there is no answer, you may leave a message for non-urgent, non-emergency matters.

Should you need a copy of a police report for insurance purposes, you will need to fill out a Right To Know Request form and drop it off at the Borough Administration Office. There may be a fee depending upon the type of report required.


IF YOU HAVE AN EMERGENCY, CALL 911!

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Manor Borough Nixle Feed

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Keep up-to-date with relevent information from the Manor Police Department / Public Safety Department such as:

  • Severe Weather Events
  • Evacuations
  • Safety Hazards
  • Road Closures
  • Missing Child
  • Security Threats
  • Select Borough Events

Notification are via SMS Text and/or email. To learn more and to sign up, go to www.nixle.com, or text your ZIPCODE to 888777 from your mobile phone. You can customize your alert settings by going to www.nixle.com and creating a User Profile. Keep in mind Manor is serviced by 3 ZIP Codes: 15665 (Manor), 15642 (Irwin/North Huntingdon), and 15636 (Harrison City).

Free Drug Test Kits

The Manor Lions and the Manor Public Library have teamed up to provide FREE Drug Test Kits for parents. These test kits can be picked up at the Manor Public Library anonymously and come with information about drug use. The tests produce immediate, reliable results in the privacy of your home. In the event of a positive result, the Lions club can direct the parent on next steps and the appropriate community resource.

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Burn Permits / Terry Nemitz

Controled outdoor burning is allowed in Manor, but a permit is required to ensure safety and compliance. Print and fill out the Burn Permit application and drop it off at the Borough Office or email to Terry Nemitz. Burn permits are valid for 5 days after they are approved. NOTE: Your site must be inspected before a burning permit is issued. Small recreational fires in covered burning containers do not need a burn permit.