The Verona Borough Council meets twice monthly on the second and last Tuesdays at 7pm at the borough building. The second Tuesday of the month is the regular council meeting, and the last Tuesday is a workshop meeting. The public is welcome to attend these meetings, and may make comments prior to the start of the meeting on agenda items only, or may comment on anything they wish at the end of the meeting. Attending borough council meetings is a great way to learn more about what is happening in the community, and get to know your council members.
VERONA COMMITTEES AND CLUBS
See Green Sustainability Group
Recreation and Athletic Organizations:
ADDITIONAL COMMUNITY RESOURCES
Oakmont Carnegie Library (closest Allegheny County library branch)
VERONA NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH
The Verona Neighborhood Watch Facebook group was created as a way for neighbors to share information in a timely fashion. The Facebook group can be publicly searched for, but it is set as ‘private’ which means membership needs to be requested to gain access to information. If you are moving to or presently a Verona resident is a question asked prior to admission to the group. The purpose of the group’s creation was to help keep the community a safe and informed by promoting communication. The group encourages members if they see or hear something suspicious, report it! Members can either call 911 or the Verona non-emergency police line at 412-828-6034. Either may be used anonymously!
VERONA COMMUNITY NEWSLETTER
The Verona Community News is an independently run newsletter put together by a group of volunteers each quarter. The newsletter is mailed to each household in the borough of Verona and features articles by local residents, shares upcoming event information, and community resources.
If you have a news idea or would like to write an article, send an email to Verona News Room
Read past editions here: