Scottdale Area Chamber of Commerce
724-887-3611
   ScottdaleChamber@gmail.com
318 Pittsburgh Street  Scottdale, PA 15683

 

Calendar of Events  

Community Events

July 11 - Lunch at the Gazebo from 11:00 - 1:00

 

July 14 - Concert in the Park 7:00 at the Gazebo

 

July 21 - Concert in the Park 7:00 at the Gazebo

 

July 28 - Concert in the Park 7:00 at the Gazebo

 

August 4 - Concert in the Park 7:00 at the Gazebo

 

August 5 - Community Yard Sale

 

August 8 - Lunch at the Gazebo from 11:00 - 1:00

 

August 11 - Concert in the Park 7:00 at the Gazebo

 

August 18 - Concert in the Park 7:00 at the Gazebo

 

August 20 - Picnic in the Park, Loucks Park starting at 2:00 - fireworks at dusk

 

August 26 - Chamber Cheesburger in Paradsie 5:00 at Scottdale Firemen's Club

 

September 15, 16, 17 - Scottdale Fall Festival

 

December 2 - Winter Light Celebration at the Gazebo

Chamber Sponsored Events

Senior Recognition (Formerly the Scottie Scholar)
Contact: Kim Cramer - Resident

Chamber Cheeseburger in Paradise
Contact: Dave Mardis

Easter Egg Hunt
Contact: Jim Jacquillard Graft-Jacquillard Funeral Home

Lunch in the Park
Contact: Nathan Savanick The Marketplace by Marty

Yard Sale
Contact: Marty Savanick Collections by Marty

12 Days of Give-a-ways
Contact: Dave Mardis

Winter Light Celebration
Contact: Mary Jo Hixson

Membership Questions
Contact: Mary Jo Hixson

Newsletter Questions or Information
Contact: Becky Halfhill

Self-Guided House Architecture Tour

Scottdale's historic self-guided Walking Tour is a journey through tree-lined streets in search of some of the greatest residential architecture of the Nineteenth and early Twentieth Centuries.

Along 29 stops you will encounter houses in the styles of Second Empire (1860-1890), Queen Anne (1880-1910), Colonial Revival (1880-1920), Neo-Classical (1910-1940), and Arts and Crafts (1900-1925).

See homes in the "high style" of the Victorian era, Queen Anne homes based on English cottage and country house architecture, as well as the many parapets and balustrades that once defined Scottdale as one of the richest towns in Southwestern Pennsylvania. 

A fully annotated Homes of Scottdale
Walking Tour Map
is yours for the asking.  Please Contact Us and request your map today!

Please respect the privacy and property of the owners while taking this self-guided tour.  The homes on the tour are private residences and are not open  to the public.  Please stay on the public sidewalks.  The entire tour is one mile in length and lasts about 1 hour.