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City of Duquesne Hiring!!!

The City of Duquesne, an Equal Opportunity Employer, is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Administrative Executive.  The position performs a variety of clerical tasks directly related to the operation of the City including Administration, Community Development, and Finance.  The Administrative Executive works under the direct supervision of the City Manager.

Preferred requirements include an Associate’s Degree, however five years of progressively responsible experience could be substituted.  Salary range is between $38,000 to $45,000 and is commensurate with qualifications and experience.  In addition, the City offers a generous benefit package including health care and pension.

Complete job description and application are below.  Please submit your application and resume by February 23, 2024, by 3 PM to Douglas Sample, City Manager, City of Duquesne, 12 South Second Street, Duquesne, PA 15110 or by email at 

Click the following links for Application and Job Description

Possible Change to Trash Pick-up Day!!!

Please click here to see the new schedule.  

Pennsylvania American Water has begun shutting off water for delinquent sewage bills. Please contact Pennsylvania American Water at 1-800-565-7292 to discuss your delinquent sewage bill.



RESIDENCE: If you see a streetlight that needs repaired, removed or have a place that a new streetlight needs to be installed, please contact Mayor R. Scott Adams at 412-469-3857.

Council Meeting Agendas

Snow Removal Information

The City of Duquesne’s Department of Public Works (DPW) priorities snow and ice removal by the priority of the road. The method of clearing the roads varies greatly depending on the weather. For instance, in very cold temperatures salt is ineffective and it would be a waste of resources to spread salt. When it is actively snowing, plowing alone is the best method.

Our DPW operates two to three plow and salt trucks to clear the snow and ice. These trucks are limited by weight restrictions and carry enough salt for approximately one hour’s work before they must be reloaded.

Our priority of roads are as follows:

1. Main roads and the bus routes. Second Street, Grant Avenue, Kennedy Avenue, Crawford Avenue, and the streets that the busses travel.

2. Brick roads and hills.

3. Secondary residential roads.

4. Alleys.

State Route 837 (Duquesne Boulevard) and Commonwealth Avenue are maintained by Penn Dot.

While waiting on the roads to be cleared there are some things that you can do to help:

1. Equip your vehicle with winter tires made for driving in snow.

2. Only drive in the snow if necessary.

3. Park in a way that makes it easier for the plow trucks to get through.

4. Have patience, slow down, and leave early if you must travel in bad weather.


The City of Duquesne is posting information about the possibility of the community moving into a Home Rule Charter. The current council would like to hear feedback from the community on whether we should vote to add the selection of Home Rule Charter to the ballot in Novemeber during the general election. 

Click here to see the Home Rule Presentation that describes the process and criteria.