The Borough of Seven Fields, Pennsylvania • 2200 Garden Drive • Suite 100 • Seven Fields, PA 16046 • ph 724.776.3090 • fax 724.776.3082
Seven Fields ... A Sense of Home

The Seven Fields Borough Office will be CLOSED Monday, September 1st in observance of Labor Day.

Mark Your Calendar!

  • Monday, August 4: Planning Commission Mtg., 6 PM in Council Chambers

  • Monday, August 11: Council Mtg., 6:30 PM in Council Chambers

  • Monday, August 11 - Friday, August 22: Borough-wide Hydrant Flushing

  • Monday, August 25: Council Mtg., 6:30 PM in Council Chambers

Effective August 1st - Pool Membership Prices Reduced

Family - $55

Family - Non Resident - $63

Single - $26

Single - Non Resident - $34

Senior (over 60) - $20

Senior - Non Resident - $29

Complete the pool membership application at the Pool or at the Borough Office, 2200 Garden Dr, Suite 100



2013 Water Report for Seven Fields Borough Water Department

Click Here for the Consumer Confidence Report

ACH Form for Quarterly Water Payments

Please complete the attached form and return to the Borough Office with a voided check or deposit slip.

Download the Form >>


Evans City/Seven Fields Regional Police Commission Information

>>Click here to view the Charter Agreement.

>>Commission Members and Meeting Dates.

>>Evans City/Borough of Seven Fields Regional Police Department is in search of a Full Time Police Officer


Borough Newsletter

August 2014 Edition

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Evans City/Seven Fields Regional Police Proposal

>> Public Meeting Slideshow

>> Contract Amount

>> Cost Comparisons for 2012

>> Incidents Report for September 2011 to August 2012


Residents Reminded to Call 911

Residents are reminded that ALL calls to police must go through 911. This includes all calls regardless of whether or not the issue is a true emergency. Although we understand callers can be initially uncomfortable with calling 911 for what they feel is a non-emergency, the 911 system in Butler County tracks all calls and dispatches the necessary law enforcement or emergency personnel through 911. The Cranberry Police have requested that residents refrain from contacting the Police Department's general telephone number with any issues requesting a police response. These calls can go unanswered especially in the evening and/or on weekends and consistently calling 911 will ensure proper response time and follow-up. Cranberry Township Director of Public Safety explains, "We've got to let people know that they have to call 911 for any police services, that is how we're dispatched." We thank you for your cooperation.

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Scenes from Seven Fields





More Scenes from Seven Fields >>


View article of Seven Fields as seen in PA Borough News, Jan. 2007 Edition. >>

View article of Seven Fields as seen in Northern Connection , July 2004 edition. >>


Zoning Ordinance #81 and Zoning Ordinance #82

>> View the text of Ordinance #81, Zoning Map, and Ordinance #82

Ordinance #80- Nuisance Ordinance Enforcement

>> View Ordinance #80 and Ordinance #80 Ticket


Ordinance #66: Sidewalk Maintenance:

Ordinance #66 Requires Sidewalks to be Shoveled.

Ordinance #66 requires that sidewalks in the Borough provide a safe area for pedestrians and are properly maintained. Although sidewalks are a public right-of-way for use by the population at large, they are located on the property of adjacent property owners. The ordinance requires property owners/tenants to repair and replace the sidewalks as needed and also remove snow and ice within 24 hours of a snowfall. This pertains to sidewalks on all sides of a property-front, back and sides. For example, there are a few homes in the Borough, such as those on Dunbury Court, Wellington Drive and Essex Court, which have sidewalks in front and behind them. In addition, sidewalks must be kept clear of mulch, debris and items, such as vehicles and portable basketball hoops, which may obstruct the sidewalk. Thank you for your cooperation.

>> View Ordinance #66

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Consumer Confidence Report

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Guide to Butler County Recycling

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Approved wording for Storage and Parking of Vehicles and Portable Units

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New Web Tool Allows Pennsylvanians to Check Status of Property Tax/Rent Rebates

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Hazardous Waste Collection Schedule

To obtain information concerning the hazardous waste collection schedule in your area, contact the Southwestern PA Household Hazardous Waste Task Force at or contact the Pennsylvania Resources Council at 412-488-7452.


Miscellaneous Deliveries

To cancel unwanted miscellaneous deliveries of various newspapers, please call the following numbers:

  • Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: (412) 263-1100

  • Cranberry Eagle: (724) 282-1859

  • Tribune Review: (412) 321-6460

Adams Area Fire Department

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Earned Income Tax (EIT) Information for Your Employer:

Political Subdivision Code (PSD) 100808

Borough of Seven Fields Tax Rate - 1%


Real Estate Tax Collector:

Patty Hohman

400 Hampton Court

Seven Fields, PA 16046


Phone: 724-252-2299


Contact us:

Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Council Meetings: 2nd, 4th (If needed) Monday of every month, 6:30 PM @ Municipal Office

Planning Commission Meetings: 1st Monday of every month at 6:00 PM @ Municipal Office

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