1 South Walnut Street
Office Hours
8:00 am - 4:30 pm Mon - Fri
Ken P. Robertson, Manager
Phone: 724-962-7896
Fax: 724-962-7395

Email Manager.

Next council meeting - 7 pm Wednesday, July 10, 2024.


Other Sharpsville Sites

Fire Department

Sharpsville Schools

Historical Society



Stormwater Management Ordinance

  Public Hearing Notice - Modification of CDBG Program

Mercer County Solid Waste Plan

Regular Meeting Agenda - July 10, 2024

Fair Housing Resources. Click for Information

The Borough Council meets the second Wednesday of each month at 7:00pm

Listen to The fair housing public service announcement

The Sharpsville Historica Society has put together a Historic Walking Tour of Our town.. click here to take Tour.....


Borough wide pickup for all items is on Friday. Set out time is before 6:00 am on pick up day with the following exceptions:

Holiday weeks of New Years Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas will be picked up one day later.

GARBAGE REMINDER: All items must be bagged, boxed or bundled; not to exceed 4 feet in lenght. You may use garbage cans of your choice.

96 Gallon Rolling Toters are available for $2.00 per month by calling Tri County at 724 748 4705 and speaking with Customer Service.
Recycling Information


Water Tips

Public Violation Notice

2023 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report (Released May 2024)

Reduce your Water Bill

How to detect leaks

  A look at the rest of the
Shenango Valley

Buhl Farm Park
The Herald
Shenango River Lake
SRL Facebook Page
Community Library of the Shenango Valley
Mercer County Trails

Listing of Sharpsville Businesses

An areas economic well being is highly dependent on a strong and viable business community. Please support your local businesses. click here for a listing of Sharpsville Businesses.

Your Right to Know
Governor Edward G. Rendell signed the new Right-To-Know law on February 14, 2008 fundamentally changing the way people access public records of their government. The hallmark of this new law, which fully became effective January 1, 2009, is its presumption of openness. For the first time in Pennsylvania history, citizens no longer have to prove that a record is public and that it should be released. Now, a government agency must presume that a record is a public record available for inspection or copying. If the government agency chooses to withhold a record, the agency has the burden to prove with legal citation why that record should not be available to the public.

Open Records Officer
Ken P. Robertson
Right to Know Law
Right to Know Request Form