Welcome to
the borough
of Verona

WELCOME TO VERONA

The home of:

Residential.

Commercial.

Industrial.

Business District.

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The draft 2022 budget for the Borough of Verona is available for ten-day public display and comment period. The budget will be voted on during the Regular Council meeting held on December 14 at 7pm. The budget that is on display proposes a 2.7 mill increase in property taxes. A PDF of the budget is available. You can also download a presentation containing additional information here.

The Borough Administrative Office will be closed on Friday, December 3. It will reopen on Monday, December 6.


Note: As of April 28, 2021, Verona Borough has a new fee schedule and application forms for all building & occupancy permits, inspections, and plan reviews. The fee schedule and forms are available under the Permits & Forms page.

During the April 27 workshop meeting, council voted on a 2021 Budget Amendment, which can be viewed here.

The borough's recent report on Cash Flow Analysis and Budgetary Considerations (issued March 28, 2021) is available here for public review.







Relevant Information:

Verona PA Government

The Verona Borough is located on the left bank of the Allegheny River 15 miles northeast of downtown Pittsburgh.   The Verona Borough has evolved into a walking community with stores, parks, and waterfront access.

Public Services

We have various public services listed on the website for the community of Verona Borough. You may view them HERE

Permits & Forms

To view all of the permits and forms, please view our full list: HERE

Events

Verona has many events and activities occurring throughout the Borough. If you are looking for any specific events information please view our calendar HERE

Verona PA Life

Verona is full of amenities, small businesses, and a rich culture of Yinzers . Check out our Verona PA Life page right HERE to learn more.

Verona Borough

Incorporated in 1871, Verona Borough is nestled against the Allegheny River 15 miles outside of the city of Pittsburgh.

The Borough of Verona was incorporated on May 10, 1871. This diamond in the rough is located on the left bank of the Allegheny River about 15 miles northeast of downtown Pittsburgh. With its small town charm, Verona is poised to transform from one of the regions best kept secrets to a destination spot!

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