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Oakmont Comprehensive Plan

Oakmont, Pa.
The 2018 Paving Project throughout the Borough will begin September 4th by A. Liberoni Contractors
The roads to be paved this season are:
Twelfth Street from Maryland to Dead End
Thirteenth Street from Pennsylvania to Hulton
Ann Street to the end of the nursing home parking lot
Pennsylvania Avenue from Second to the River
Commons Drive from New London to House #221
Borough Building Driveway between the Police and Fire Stations
West Crystal Drive (Modified)
Cedar Way from Ann to Chelsea Building Products’ entrance
Greer Way between College and California
View Street from end of paving south to Leger’s 2nd floor entrance
Seventh Street off Hulton
Ironwood Way between Delaware and Washington

Yard Waste Recycling
Yard Waste Recycling with Republic Services begins April 2nd until December 14th. All yard waste (other than bundled materials) must be in the Borough supplied 90-gallon brown container, anything in excess should be in a paper biodegradable bag. Yard waste consists of grass clippings, garden debris, hedge, shrubbery and tree trimmings.

*Traffic Alert*
Cedar Way is TWO-WAY traffic from Delaware Ave to Archie St. The one-way signs have been removed at the intersection of Cedar Way and Pennsylvania Ave. Cedar way is still one-way north from College Ave to Delaware Ave.

Oakmont Water Quality

For those of you who may have concerns about lead in our water system, here's what the people who purify our water for drinking, the Oakmont Water Authority, has to say:

The Water Authority on Allegheny Avenue purifies our drinking water. The Borough’s Wastewater Treatment Plant at the bottom of Ann Street purifies the water that goes back into the river. For residents interested in a more detailed understanding of our Water Plant, the OWA has provided the Borough with a very thorough explanation of how our water is purified, a schematic drawing of the Water Purification Plant at the end of Allegheny Avenue, and their 2015 Water Quality Report including Test Results. If you would like copies, please contact the Borough Office (#412.828.3232 or mdimatteo@oakmontborough.com).


Oakmont residents should be advised that the Borough does not yet have a contract with Verizon to provide FIOS in our town. We have been told repeatedly by Verizon officials that "when they're ready" they will send us a contract to sign for this service. The Borough of Oakmont is not responsible for our residents not being able to obtain FIOS from Verizon. The Borough of Oakmont has informed Verizon to Cease and Desist from claims that the Borough of Oakmont is preventing them from providing FIOS to its residents.

  • Monday, December 03
    7:00 PM Council Work Session
  • Wednesday, December 12
    6:30 PM Oakmont Carnegie Library Board at Library
  • Monday, December 17
    7:00 PM Council Regular Meeting
  • Thursday, December 27
    7:00 PM Oakmont Planning Commission

2018 Oakmont Chamber Events

Kennywood Picnic July 11th
Summer Street Sale July 28th
Oakmont Oktoberfest September 22nd
Christmas Parade November 17th
Oakmont's Hometown Christmas November 17th
Small Business Weekend November 23rd, 24th, 25th
Holiday Home Tour December 2nd

Oakmont...small town charm, big city choices!

In 1889 Oakmont was incorporated from the second ward of the Borough of Verona with 1,600 residents, a dozen stores and four sizable industries: Allegheny Valley Railroad, Dexter Spring Company, Verona Tool Works and the Agnew Glass Company. In 2014 Oakmont proudly celebrates 125 years of incorporation as a borough.

Oakmont is a borough of 1.57 square miles of small hills and wooded areas 14 miles northeast of the city of Pittsburgh in Southwestern Pennsylvania nestled near Plum Creek and along the Allegheny River. As of the 2010 Census, the borough has a population of 6,303. Oakmont is governed by a council of 7 elected volunteer community leaders who employ a manager and work collaboratively with an elected volunteer mayor and an appointed chief of police, police officers and a volunteer fire department. more

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