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In the early 1950's, as Monroeville began to grow as a community, the need for recreation and recreational facilities also began to grow. Today the municipality boasts more than 650 acres of parkland and a complete offering of recreational programs.
The Monroeville Senior Citizen Center, built in 1980, has become the hub of activity for Monroeville and Pitcairn seniors. The center provides daily activities, services, and programs for adults 50 years of age and older. The center also serves as an informational bureau for seniors often referring them to other agencies.
Gateway is a award winning public school system that serves the communities of Monroeville and Pitcairn by educating 3,336 students in grades K-12 in 7 schools. The students receive a superior education, along with many co-curricular offerings delivered by a staff of 268 highly qualified teachers.
In the late 1700s what was to become Monroeville was nothing more than a few scattered farms. In the more than 200 years that have passed, Monroeville has become a thriving suburban center of commerce and home to some 30,000 residents. On this site the Monroeville Historical Society presents the story of our community.
In these pages you will find the surprisingly rich history of Monroeville as told in words and pictures.
Monroeville Arts Council members welcome you and want you to know what Monroeville Arts Council’s goals are. This all-volunteer, non-profit organization presents a variety of fine art, musical, and educational events each year at no charge and open to the public.
The Monroeville Area Chamber of Commerce is a diverse, member-driven organization focused on being an advocate to promote and advance business excellence and business alliances, thereby strengthening our local community.
The Garden Club of Monroeville (GCM) is recognized for its contributions to gardening throughout Pennsylvania. Since 1959, we have provided garden club members with educational and networking opportunities and resources in all aspects of gardening and floral design. We also enjoy each other as friends, gardeners, artists and explorers who learn about and promote a love for flowers, trees, herbs, vegetables and wildlife.
The Monroeville Municipal Authority consists of a complex network of supply sources, pumping, piping, and storage facilities and has met the supply needs of the Monroeville community for over 50 years.
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The Monroeville Foundation assists the municipality of Monroeville by offering residents and businesses an opportunity to create their own legacy by purchasing naming rights to specific sections of the Monroeville Community park, to make donations to support our ongoing projects and to sponsor one of our fundraising events. No amount is too small. Your community is worth your investment.
The Monroeville Foundation is excited to continue the tradition of the Monroeville Jazz Festival. With the support of the community and local businesses, we look forward to making this event bigger and better.