The push to legalize backyard chickens in Bridgeville is not dead. Earlier this month, the Bridgeville Planning Commission refused to endorse a proposal that would allow residents to keep a… [Read More]
Archives for 2020
Bridgeville Borough Council voted unanimously earlier this week to adopt a 2021 budget with no real estate tax increase. Despite the ongoing pandemic, Bridgeville will end the year having taken… [Read More]
The baseball/softball field at McLaughlin Park was bulldozed recently as part of Bridgeville’s flood prevention initiative. The former ballfield location was lowered by six feet and reshaped so that it… [Read More]
Each month, the Bridgeville Police Department provides borough council with a summary of activity and revenue for the prior month. Here’s the most recent report, via BridgevilleBoro.com. November Police Report… [Read More]
Here’s a holiday gift for area motorists: free parking in Bridgeville!
Council President, William Henderson
Council Vice-President, Nino Petrocelli, Sr.
Council Member, Bruce Ghelarducci
Council Member, Joseph Colosimo…
Cops! Firefighters! A supervillian! Mischievous elves! Secretive North Pole immortals! It sounds like a scene from a never-filmed Avengers holiday special, but this is actually a Bridgeville Christmas tradition—with a… [Read More]
Full video of the planning commission’s Dec. 7, 2020 meeting. Topics included legalized chicken-keeping, pedestrian safety…
Now this is government efficiency. On Monday, Bridgeville’s planning commission reviewed a proposed ordinance that would allow residents to keep a limited number of chickens in their backyards.
Update: Thank you to everybody who took part in tonight’s event! Here are the winning raffle ticket numbers: #718502 – $25 Railyard Gift Card #718516 – $25 Armstrong’s Gift Card… [Read More]