WELCOME TO VERONA, PA

WELCOME TO VERONA, PA

Established in 1871 and occupies one half square mile.

BOROUGH OF VERONA, PENNSYLVANIA

BOROUGH OF VERONA, PENNSYLVANIA

Verona Municipal Borough Building is located at 736 East Railroad Avenue, Verona, PA 15147. Borough Manager - Mark Stanton 412-828-8080 (office) 412-794-8691 (fax) Monday through Friday 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM Closed on official holidays.

VERONA PA MONUMENT

VERONA PA MONUMENT

This bell once sitting on top of Verona High School is now displayed in the monument in front of the Verona Borough Building along with a memorial of the fallen Verona, PA police officers.

VERONA, PA POLICE DEPARTMENT

VERONA, PA POLICE DEPARTMENT

Proud of our Verona, PA police officers that protect our town.

VERONA, PA VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT

VERONA, PA VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT

Proud of our Verona PA firemen who keep our town safe.

 

Parks and Recreation

Parks and Recreation

Verona PA Parks and RecreationVerona, PA Parks and Recreation

Verona has two major public parks, Cribbs Field  and Riverbank Park.
Cribbs Field is Verona’s main recreational park/sports field. Located at the intersection of South and Second Avenues in Verona,it contains two baseball fields with bleachers, a full sized basketball court, a batting practice cage,a horseshoe pit, a bocce court, and a children’s playground as well as restroom facilities.

 

 

Verona PA Parks and Recreation

Riverside Park, positioned between Verona’s Arch St. and the Allegheny River, is the smaller of the two parks. It contains a picnic pavilion, a children’s playground, and a dual use, full sized tennis/basketball court. With benches situated among large shade trees overlooking a spectacular view of the Allegheny River, many individuals use the park as a quiet meditative area where they can relax. Both parks are maintained by the Verona Council’s Park and Recreation Committee headed by Councilman Dominic Conte. Under Mr. Conte’s direction, the fields are continuously maintained and groomed by the Verona Maintenance Department and other contracted services as needed.

In addition to being used by the community, Cribbs Field is utilized by both the Twin Boros Scoccer Club (TBSC) and the Riverview Atletic Association (RAA) from early Spring until early Fall during the height of the sports season.