Live Well .

Tarentum Borough is an Allegheny County 'Live Well' community.

Farmer's Market

The Tarentum Farmer's Market runs on Wednesday afternoons.

Volunteer Activities

We have plenty of community and volunteer groups that utilize volunteers for projects located all throughout town. More info coming soon!

Wellness Trails

The Three Rivers Heritage Trail is a multi‑use riverfront trail system that comes through the Borough. We also have walking and jogging trails within Riverview Park.

Learn More!

Live Well Allegheny is an initiative to improve the health and wellness of county residents. Tarentum Borough adopted the Live Well program in August 2019 by passing Resolution 19-09. It is our goal to promote the health and well-being of our residents through a variety of initiatives.

More information coming soon!

The Tarentum Farmers Market has fresh local produce and meats, handcrafted artisanal goods, baked goods and hot foods including pierogies! The market runs from June 8th – October 26th this year.

Come see what we have to offer! Misera Farm and Cherry Valley Farm Stand (produce), Grimm Farm (beef, pork, chicken & eggs), Pittsburgh Pierogi Truck, Angela Santi Bakery, Vibo’s Bakery, Smokers BBQ and more.

Three Rivers Heritage Trail Extension

In 2011, the Community Trails Initiative was completed to analyze the feasibility of connecting 16 communities along the northern shore within the Allegheny Valley with trail. These communities include: City of Pittsburgh, Millvale Borough, Shaler Township, Etna Borough, Sharpsburg Borough, Aspinwall Borough, O’Hara Township, Blawnox Borough, Harmar Township, Cheswick Borough, Springdale Borough, Springdale Township, East Deer Township, Tarentum Borough, Brackenridge Borough and Harrison Township. The goal of this connection is to extend the Three Rivers Heritage Trail roughly 26 miles to connect to Freeport, PA. In this location the Three Rivers Heritage Trail will connect with the Treadway Trail and Armstrong Trail as a part of 270 miles trail corridor, known as the Erie to Pittsburgh Trail. This trail will also be will connect in Freeport with the Pittsburgh to Harrisburg Main Line Canal Greenway, the Butler Freeport Community Trail, the Rachel Carson Trail, and the Baker Trail.

Friends of the Riverfront – Three Rivers Heritage Trail website

Download the Community Trails Initiative Feasibility Report

Other Materials

Open Burning

Below you will find information regarding Open Burning in Allegheny County.

Here are several brochures and resources from the Allegheny County Health Department regarding the health effects of wood smoke.

Information Sheet

Fact Sheet

Health Effects

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