Map & Community
Founded in 1868, and named after its industry and location- mill and valley-Millvale is just off Route 28 near the 40th Street Bridge, just across the Allegheny River from Lawrenceville. About 3,653 residents call this borough home. It is surrounded by Reserve Township, Shaler, and Cherry City, and is part of the Shaler Area School District.
- Pittsburghers frequent Millvale for a variety of attractions, such as St. Nicholas Roman Catholic Church, the first Croation parish in America, known today for its murals painted in the 1930s-1940s.
The downtown district boasts a popular candy shop, French bakery, well known breakfast spot, 2 breweries, multiple bars, Community Library, and Community Gardens, and much more.
- Popular events include Millvale Days in September, BrewFest in August, and Harvest Moon Wine Fest in the fall.
- Millvale is home to Riverfront Park and pavilion, a boat launch, and Three Rivers Rowing Association. The Riverfront Park hosts access to the Three Rivers Heritage Trail, which offers 24 miles of trail within Pittsburgh.
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