The mission of the Murrysville Historical Preservation Society is to educate residents through the discovery, collection and documentation of historical data, as well as support the preservation and refurbishing of historical structures, monuments and landmarks in the Murrysville area.
Meetings are held on the third Monday of every month, from 7:00 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Murrysville Community Center, 3091 Carson Avenue (two blocks from Route 22 - William Penn Highway). Access to the meetings is by the back door.
Special presentations by scheduled speakers are open to the public. All are welcome!
View MHPS updates/meeting changes/scheduled speakers/events in Penn-Franklin News and/or the Murrysville Star.
President Carl Patty • Vice President Ros Miller • Secretary Jackie Stempfer • Treasurer Alice Artman
When a community appreciates where it has been...it has better vision in terms of where it is going! In 1820, Jeremiah Murray planned and developed the sustainable community of Murrysville in three livable sectors...urban, suburban and rural. Going forward in 2017, we all need to remember our roots. I urge you to support your local history today and for future generations! Remember, Saturday, September 15, 2018...historical event day in Murrysville, County Westmoreland, Pennsylvania!