Welcome to Southwest Greensburg Borough!

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Borough Office

564 Stanton Street

Greensburg, PA 15601


Office: 724-834-0360

Fax: 724-836-3835

Office Hours

Monday - Friday 8am to 12pm

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Council Meetings are held on the second Wednesday of each month at 6:00 pm at The Southwest Greensburg Volunteer Fire Department

Community Room located at the

Corner of Guthrie & Alexander Streets.

Current News and Updates

Check here for up to date Borough Information and for more news,

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News and Updates page.

Cribbs Street Paving

Residents of the 400 and 500 block of Cribbs Street, please be advised road construction to begin April 12.

Street parking will NOT be permitted between hours of

7:00 am and 5:00 pm.

The project is expected to run up to and including Saturday, April 17.

Post Date: April 13, 2021

2021 Greater Greensburg Athletics

Baseball & Softball

Greensburg, South Greensburg and Southwest Greensburg have joined forces, combining youth baseball & softball programs. The Greater Greensburg Athletics organization will administer baseball for all three municipalities.

Sign-Up by one of the following:





Post Date: April 13, 2021

And we are off! Registration for summer programming is now open!

Call 724-834-4880 or hop online to www.greensburgpa.org to register today!

Returning cheerleaders may register for our Cheerleading Program today through Friday, April 16th.

New cheerleaders may register

beginning Monday, April 19th.

Post Date: April 13, 2021


WCCC Summer Sports Camps

Westmoreland Community College offers a huge variety of summer camps so your kids can improve their athletic skills! To learn more about their sports camps check out the flyer and to see the full list of 2020 camps please visit their website or Facebook Page.



Register today at westmoreland.edu/campreg

Post Date: April 9, 2021


“Lead Hazard Control and Healthy Homes Program!”

This program covers lead-based paint removal and possibly other hazards that are related to lead poisoning in the home e.g. lead in windows, siding, and railings, and/or contributing factors to lead poisoning such as a leaky roof (water causing paint that contains lead to chip). This Federally Funded, Grant Program focuses on homes built prior to 1978 because, they are more likely to contain lead-based paint. Additional requirements include: households that meet maximums income limits per number of household members as listed on the flyer. *Eligible households must also have a child(ren) under 6 years (that includes a pregnant woman) that either live in the home, or visits the residence at least 6 hours a week for 60 hours or more per year. For instance, if a grandparent cares for a grandchild who is under the age of 6 years in their home and their home was built prior to 1978, and the grandparents meet the income requirements for household, they could qualify.


Please contact Department of Planning and Development at 724.830.3366

with any questions or to receive program information. Thank you.

Post Date March 18, 2021