Saturday, June 11 – 7:30 p.m.
Green Valley Park
(Remember to bring a blanket or lawn chair!)
See the following link for the 2022 Concert in the Park series Concert Series GVP 2022 (2)
Electronic Recycling Day
Thursday, June 23rd 3 pm – 7 pm
Registration is Required –
www.noblenviro.com or 412-567-6566 to schedule an appointment
Electronic Recycling Flyer
Movie in the Park
Friday, June 24th – begin at dusk
Popcorn, hotdogs and drinks will be provided!
(Remember to bring your blanket or lawn chair)
Freedom Road Upgrade Project
The project includes the relocation of Freedom Road (SR 2004), construction of a box culvert and relocation of tributary to Crows Run, replacement of a box culvert carrying Wolf Run, construction of a roundabout at the intersection of Route 989 and Freedom Road, paving signing, pavement markings, guiderail, highway lighting and other miscellaneous construction.
Currently aerial utility relocation continues starting from the Route 989 intersection and working West along Freedom Road. Utility relocation will continue through the summer to November of 2022. Preparatory clearing and grubbing operations are also being performed as well as new drainage installation.
Physical roadwork construction will begin in the Spring of 2022. The focus for early part of the year is the Route 989 roundabout. This will require closures and detours of sections of Route 989 as well as Freedom Road. Detour signs will be posted for each respective detour. A thru traffic detour of Freedom Road will be long term and various sections of Freedom Road between Route 65 and Route 989 will be open to local traffic only. Additional details regarding detours will be provided prior to each closure.
Beaver County farmers are invited to take a short survey to help the Conservation District provide better service to our farming community. This brief survey will ask some basic questions to help the District understand the needs of the farm community. Please take this survey and pass along the link to other farmers in Beaver County.
Building the Future
Trade Up offers credentials and skills that lead to family-sustaining wages.
A new collaboration with Builders Guild of Pennsylvania and Literacy Pittsburgh offers adults without a high school diploma a chance to earn that credential and seamlessly transition to the Introduction to the Construction Trades pre-apprenticeship course. Those who successfully complete both programs are guaranteed entry into an apprenticeship in the construction industry.
The construction industry in the 12-county southwestern Pennsylvania region is facing an unprecedented labor market shortage. At the present there are nearly 52,000 construction jobs, with a projected growth rate of 9.2% over the next 10 years. At the same time, 30 to 35 percent of current tradespeople are expected to retire over the next few years.
To learn more about this new collaboration, visit tradeupittsburgh.org