The Borough of Glassport
Glassport was founded in 1902 and was named after the Glassport Land Company. The site for the United States Glass Company mill was chosen in1894. The mill specialized in pressed glass.
Before it was its own individual borough, Glassport was once a part of Elizabeth Township, then Lincoln Township, and then Port Vue.
The Glassport Odds were an independent league football team that was active from 1913-1950.
Glassport has a thriving commercial corridor which boasts about ten restaurants, over ten shops and stores, and other services such as banks, convenience stores, and car repair shops.
Total Population: 4,481
Minority Population: 215
Total Housing Units 2,237
Percent Vacant Housing Units: 16%
Median Household Income: $37,557.5
Per Capita Income: $19,562
Individuals Below Poverty Level: 11.9%
City Offices & Council
The Borough offices are located at 440 Monongahela Avenue | Glassport, PA 15045 and can be contacted by Phone at (412) 672-7400
Office Hours: Monday – Friday: 9:00 am – 5:00 am
Staff Person Position
Andrea Foster Assistant Borough Secretary
Steve Volpe Building Inspector
Timothy Kifer Code Enforcement
Cliff LaFever Police Chief
Wayne Lewis Fire Chief
Waste Managment Garbage Collection
Senate Engineering Engineer
Gary Matta Solicitor
Workshops and Regular meetings occur the second and third Tuesday of every month respectively at the borough office, 7:pm.
Elected Official Position
Rosemary Bradley Mayor
David Kowalski President
Thomas W. Bradley Jr. Vice President
Angelo Norelli Council Member
Anna Kudla Council Member
Blair Wojton Council Member
Elaina Skiba Council Member
Paul Trunzo Council Member
For more information, please visit the City’s Homepage.