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Zelienople, PA 16063
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Utility Bill Online
Payments accepted are Visa and MasterCard. There is a convenience fee of $4.00 per transaction with a maximum payment amount of $2,000.00. Balances more than $2,000.00 can make multiple transactions with an additional convenience fee applied with each transaction. The convenience fee will strictly be charged in order to provide this convenient service to you.
CLICK HERE to access online billpay to pay your borough utility bill online.
Instructions: Instructions for using
online billpay can be found
Please be sure to enter your full account number
including the two digits after the dot
(123456789.00). The tenanant number is the
two digit number following the account number.
COMING SOON: Residents and property owners will
soon be able to pay their utility bills with a credit card in the borough administrative office. Due to unforseen
circumstances, only the online billpay option is
available for making credit card payments at this
2016 Zelienople Borough
Annual Drinking Water Quality Report is now
available! Paper copies of the report may
be obtained at the borough administrative
Beginning, Tuesday June 13, 2017, Wiest Asphalt will begin milling and paving on the Zelienople Paving Project. There will be NO PARKING and ROAD CLOSURES from 7 AM – 7PM while crews are milling and paving the roadway for the project. The following areas will be have the restricted parking and/or Road Closures:
W. Grandview Ave from Clay Street to its western endpoint near Milton Street,
E. Beaver Street from Division Street to Pittsburgh Street, and
Muntz Run Road from W. Beaver Street (SR 68) to the Zelienople Borough line.
The anticipated duration of the improvements to this area is approximately three days.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
Thank you for your patience and understanding during this project.
For updates on the Main Street Streetscape Project as well as updates to the construction schedule,
click here. Questions or comments can be e-mailed to
Brush Pile Pick Up
Brush Pile Pick Up has begun! Please note
that only tree limbs (6" diameter or smaller)
will be picked up. NO GARDEN DEBRIS. Call the
Borough Office at (724) 452-6610 after April
24th to schedule a pick up. PLEASE NOTE:
NO BRUSH PICK UP ON AUGUST 16TH. BRUSH
PICK UP WILL RESUME ON WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23RD.
R-79 SB Exit 85 Ramp to Rt 19
(at Rock Lake) in Jackson Twp is scheduled for
closure beginning 3/30 through mid-June.
At times Rout 19 NB will be closed during
non-peak hours, 10 PM - 5 AM for demolition and
construction. Detours will be posted.
Borough Purchased Kaufman House
The Borough of Zelienople, in
close cooperation with the Butler County Tourism
Office, has announced that the Borough has
purchased the iconic Kaufman House property from
the Tourism Foundation and will begin the
refurbishment of the structure to reopen the
Kaufman House with a first class restaurant.
Full Press Relese.
The Eckhart Trust was created for residents of Zelienople Borough having polio or cancer and in need of financial assistance. Please contact Thomas Oliverio at 724-452-8685 if you or you know of someone living in Zelienople Borough who may benefit from this trust. - Eckhart Trust Fund Board of
eCode360 is now available on the borough's
website. eCode360 holds a variety of electronic content that delivers a searchable online version of
the borough's municipal code. You can easily search, print, email, and copy and paste any text contained in the code. Click
here to enter eCode360.
Please take just a minute to fill out this short survey about what type of activities you'd like to see in the Zelienople Community Park.
Zelienople Community Park Pool Fundraiser
The Zelienople Community Park plays an important role in the health and wellness of our residents and surrounding neighbors. It’s time to say “Goodbye” to our pool after 60 years, and welcome a new state of the art pool with updated bathhouse and greenspace areas. This community gem depends on generous donors to continue its mission. “One Brick at a Time” campaign represents an investment in the Zelienople Community Park and the new pool facility. Friends of the park will have the opportunity to purchase an engraved brick for the walkway to the new pool. Buy a brick for someone to commemorate special occasions, to honor or remember a special loved one, or to exemplify a friendship or accomplishment. Clubs, organizations, and businesses can also purchase a brick to honor their members. Each brick paver is laser-engraved for durability and features a lifetime warranty.
Your support of the Zelie Park will be everlasting!
Two sizes of bricks are available:
Purchase a 4 x 8 brick for a contribution of $125.00
Purchase an 8 x 8 brick for a contribution of $500.00
Download a form or
Reminder of Sign Ordinance
Attaching signs to
structures, poles, objects, etc., by means of
chains, cords, rope, wire, etc. is prohibited.
Signs placed in violation of this ordinance will
result in immediate removal of the sign.
up for the Receive SwiftReach Notification
If you haven't done it yet,
Zelienople Borough is reminding residents and
businesses to sign up for the SwiftReach
Notification System. SwiftReach is an alert
notification system used to contact you during
urgent or emergency situations with useful
information and updates via phone calls, text
messages, and email. To sign up to receive
these alerts, please complete the
SwiftReach Contact Form. The Borough's
alert system is free; however, standard text
messaging rates from your carrier may apply.
"The key to Zelienople's past-Unlock History
We are spreading the word that
Zelienople is a unique historical treasure. Come
join us! For membership information
contact our office at (724) 452-9457 or find us
You can also stay up-to-date on events and
historical acquisitions when you "like" us on
Downtown Revitalization/Improvement Project
design for phase I for the Downtown
Improvement/Revitalization project is beginning
Click here for
Recyclable materials must be
placed in containers provided by the Borough or
cut and baled, tied, bundled, stacked, or
packaged. Recyclable materials may include
clear glass, colored glass, aluminum steel and
bimetallic containers, high-grade office paper,
newspapers, corrugated paper, and plastics.
Hard to Recycle Guide
Park Rules & Regulations
Amendments to the park rules
and regulations were approved on July 25, 2011.
Amendments were made to the park hours,
amplification and sound systems, tobacco free
zone, and to an age 12 and under play zone.
Click here to view the amended resolution.
The final copy of the full rules and regulations
which incorporated the changes in resolution
#211-11 can be found here:
Rules and Regulations for Park use and Conduct.