Meet Mayor MikeThe Mayor of the Borough of Coraopolis
Michael is the Mayor of the Borough of Coraopolis, who also works as a Software Engineering Manager with over a decade of experience in Web and Desktop applications. Michael is a champion for the people. His track record and rise to fame in Coraopolis is unprecidented. He will fight for the people of Coraopolis.
Coraopolis, PennsylvaniaOnly the best for the west!
Coraopolis (/ˌkoʊriˈɒpəlɪs/) is a borough in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, United States, along the Ohio River. The population was 5,559 at the 2020 census. It is a suburb of the Pittsburgh metropolitan area. Coraopolis is located west of Pittsburgh along the Ohio River and to the east of the Pittsburgh International Airport. The borough has steep topography, numerous brick streets and many large, old houses. The Pittsburgh Riverhounds are headquartered in Coraopolis as is the American Bridge Company.
AccomplishmentsMy personal journey
DeMolay Medal of AppreciationSteel City DeMolay
Person of the YearGazette 2.0 LINK
Senior Software EngineerPerspecta
Lead Software EnginnerOpenArc
Sofware Engineering ManagerAderant
MayorBorough of Coraopolis
Indiana University Of PennsylvaniaBachelor of Arts - Political Science
Pittsburgh Technical CollegeMicrosoft Network Professional +
Robert Morris UniversityMaster of Science - Information Systems
TestimonialThe people speak!
Sara DePaceLifelong Coraopolis Resident
“He truly cares about our community. He cares about the small things and the big things. Everyone is important to him. He is kind, compassionate, and honest”
Michael Harris56 year Coraopolis Resident
“He is a champion of the youth and the elderly, the streets and the parks. He is our champion of inclusion and diversity, and always makes himself available to every citizen of our community for help and advice."
Mallory MattsonOwner-Vibrant Stylez
“He is seen at every Second Saturday and knows just about everyone in town. He works out, eats, gets his haircut and shops all locally to his community. He is at every council meeting trying to bridge the gap between long standing members of the community and new members of the community.”