Verona is a small suburb of 3,000 people located northwest of Pittsburgh.
The town was originally settled in 1769 and its earliest beginnings can be traced back to an English agent named George Groghan who was sent negotiate treaties with Indians on what was then Pennsylvania's western frontier. As it grew, Verona became home to railroad shops, tool works, lumber yards, steel-casting works, structural iron works and a chemical plant.
Verona's municipal building reflects this rich history. It is a handsome, contemporary redbrick building with echoes of Colonial architure right down to the steeple above the entrance.
In addition to offices for staff and elected officials, the Verona Municipal Center has various meeting space for community programs and events.
Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Free, on-site parking is available.