Export VFD Hall, Export, PA

VFD Social Hall

The fire department also makes this hall available for rent at a reasonable fee.  They also serves as our local voting station. See the ExportVFD website for more details.

The Export V.F.D. Social Hall is available for parties, special events, wedding receptions, etc.  There is ample parking right in front of the building as well. For more information contact the fire department at 724-327-0259.

Community Park Export, PA

Community Park

The Community Park is located between the creek and Kennedy Avenue near downtown.  The pavilion provides a large meeting area for community events.

The facilities include a large Kitchen/Serving Area and Men & Women’s Restrooms.

The Export VFD Picnic Grounds is a great outdoor facility for graduation parties, summer parties and any other summer events.  Many dates are still open so call or e-mail today for information and to reserve your date!   Contact Tiffany Pfeifer- 724-980-4493. e-mail  exportvolunteers@live.com with the subject “Picnic Grounds Rental”.

J.M. Hall Jr. Community Park Export, PA

JM Hall Park

JM Hall Park is 14 acres donated by local businessman J.M. Hall, Jr. in 2002, prior to his death in 2006. A Master Site Plan for this property was done for future construction for this community resource. In December, visitors can see the former “Westinghouse Christmas Tree and Menorah”, that stood by the Parkway East for many years. A council member purchased this tree at the Westinghouse storage auction and donated it to the Borough.

Export Playground

Export Playground

Export has a wonderful playground.  It is well equipped and sees a high use compared to other local parks.  It is situated in walking distance of hundreds of families and children.  Summer programs for younger children are held there Mon-Wed-Fri 10-2.  The cost is $5 registration, and $1 per day fee which includes a lunch.  The summer program is sponsored by Export council and a number of local businesses including The Italian American Club, Hoy Construction, and the Moose.  The park is maintained through a combination of borough and volunteer efforts.  Local residents and organizations maintain the planters.

Cub Scout Pack 213 does major upkeep twice a year.  Nathan Evanko made the park his Eagle scout project in 2009.  It involved cleaning the creek bed, repainting the dugouts, swing sets, and basketball goals.

The “Export Growers” take care of the planters, and have made a community flower and herb garden.

The park pavilion may be reserved with a $50 deposit which will be returned if everything is in good condition.