Welcome to the Borough of Bell Acres established on March 14, 1960. Population is approximately 1,350. Bell Acres Borough is 5.5 square miles and is located in Allegheny County, conveniently located 20 miles from downtown Pittsburgh, PA. It is comprised of mainly single family homes, two parks, a premier youth recreational facility, and numerous hiking trails.
Donations for the Bell Acres food bank will be accepted at the Big Sewickley Creek VFD.
Please leave your unexpired donation in the foyer entrance to the banquet hall during daylight hours.
Food boxes will be delivered on Wednesday.
If you need assistance or would like to help, please contact the Big Sewickley Creek VFD.
We will be conducting Elections, as usual, at the Big Sewickley Creek VFD social hall, Tuesday June 2 , 7 am to 8 pm.
We will have ample social distancing, sanitizer, and masks if you need one. As of now, masks are required. Please know we will do everything we can to keep voting safe and easy.
Please feel free to bring your own ink pen if you want, or we will have enough to keep sanitizing for your protection.
You will enter the main social hall door as usual and exit through the truck room, no steps to navigate. This will help social distancing.
You will also be voting with a paper ballot, not on a machine.
Please feel confident that voting will go smoothly and safely.
Hope to see you on Election Day !
Bell Acres Judge of Elections
Due to the Coronavirus situation, and out of an abundance of caution, please be advised that the Bell
Acres Borough has taken steps to limit the exposure or possible spread of the Coronavirus within our
community. We have no greater responsibility than to protect the safety, health, and welfare of our
Therefore, Effective March 16, 2020, the Borough Municipal Building is closed to the public until further notice. Our staff is working and available. If you need to contact the Borough Staff, please call (412) 741-5448.
The Bell Acres Police Department will be handling non-emergency calls via phone, in order to limit
exposure. If you need to speak with a Police Officer for non-emergencies, please call (412) 741-3010.
For emergencies, please call 911.
Bell Acres Comprehensive Plan Makes Progress
YOU’RE INVITED…to share special memories, stories & photos of life in Bell
Acres/Sewickley Township. Now is the time to dig out those forgotten scrap books
& boxes of childhood photos. Please join in telling the Bell Acres story & preserving
its history for future generations.
Contact Bell Acres historian Debby Rabold at firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: 412 741-5448 Fax: 412 741-6302