At Rankin, we are working hard to keep you up to date on what’s happening within the borough. If you are in search of documents, community events, borough highlights or town hall meetings, our website has you covered.
The heart of every community is the people who live and work in it. As a member of council, we make decisions for the betterment of the community by welcoming new businesses and hosting community events as well as town hall meetings. We are constantly focused on the improvement of Rankin and making our borough a safe place to live.
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President William H. Price III “Lucky”, Vice President Faye L. Powell, Tamika Stevens(Newly elected), Kera Brooks. (Newly elected), Judge Olasz, Sheila Miles (Newly elected)and Mayor Joelisa McDonald
Named after local landowner Thomas Rankin, our borough specialized in manufacturing steel and wire goods during the early 20th century. Rankin is a mere 10 miles south of downtown Pittsburgh and is located within Allegheny County along the Monongahela River. The area’s most known landmark is the George Rankin Jr. Memorial Bridge. Approximately 0.5 square miles in area, Rankin is home to several businesses.Read More