BRADDOCK HILLS RESTRICTS ACCESS TO BOROUGH BUILDINGS
Effective immediately, the Borough of Braddock Hills, 1300 Brinton Road, is closed to the public to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, or coronavirus. The restriction remains in effect until April 1 or until further notice.
Restricted building facilities include the borough offices, police station, public works garage and senior center. All borough employees will continue working, with office staff providing services via phone, email, fax and web.
This includes tax collection at the Borough Building. Tax payments can be submitted at Police Drop Box outside the Borough Building or via U.S. mail. Tax receipts will be mailed out to everyone.
The borough building restriction is based on the recommendation from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Allegheny County Health Department that communities practice social distancing to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Also, Woodland Hills School District is closed through Friday, March 27.
For updates about coronavirus, please visit https://www.alleghenycounty.us/coronavirus .
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FOR LARGER ITEMS SUCH AS FURNITURE, MATTRESSES, ETC. PLEASE CALL TO MAKE PICK-UP ARRANGMENTS. THIS WILL GUARANTEE YOUR ITEM(S) WILL BE PICKED UP.
The following links provide information regarding stormwater management & information about MS4:
WESTMORELAND SANITARY LANDFILL, LLC WILL PROVIDE CURBSIDE PICK-UP SERVICE
You can call 724-929-7694 (option 2) to schedule a curbside pick-up of your electronics, household chemicals, and universal waste (batteries, fluorescent lighting, lamps, etc.). OR use this LINK to schedule through their website.
There is no charge for this service as it is part of your trash collection billing.
March 20, 2020 UPDATE
Please note that starting Monday, March 23, 2020, the Public Works department will be working on-call for emergencies (fallen tree, flooding, accidents, etc.) only for at least the next two weeks.
During this time, they will be making themselves available for all emergency situations in the Borough. They will continue to check on the Borough after storms and emergency calls to make sure everything is in order.
This decision was made to prevent the risk of contracting or spreading of COVID-19. We are trying to minimize the risks to our employees and their family members.
The Borough Manager will be in the office at least 2 times a week to keep the Borough running smoothly during this time. However, she will be checking e-mails and voicemails from her home, so you can still call or e-mail her with any questions or concerns throughout the week.
Thank you for your patience & understanding during this time. We hope that everyone remains safe and healthy!!
Please call 9-1-1 to report any emergencies.
Gaydos-Behanna Kennel is the current animal control and humane officer.
Borough office hours are:
Monday thru Thursday 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Friday 8:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
Closed Saturday & Sunday
Please feel free to contact the Borough Manager, Cheryl Sorrentino, with any inquiries or concerns.
You can reach her at 412-241-5080 Opt. 1
or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
TRASH PICK-UP DURING COVID-19
County Hauling will continue municipal & recycling collections as is, for now, but will be working closely with county officials. The following steps will be taken: 1) Only properly bagged trash will be collected. To protect the health and safety of our employees, we have reminded them that loose trash, while never acceptable, can be especially dangerous during a contagious outbreak. Please note that loose trash on roadways or lawns will be the responsibility of residents. LOOSE TRASH IN TRASH CANS OR OUTSIDE OF TRASH CANS NOT PLACED IN BAGS WILL NOT BE COLLECTED. 2) We will need to suspend bulk pick-ups. Given the larger amount of people home there is a significant increase in the amount of trash being produced. Our primary focus is on eliminating recurring trash within your community. 3) We will be suspending yard waste pick-ups until further notice. 4) The CDC has announced that the virus can stay on cardboard for up to 24 hours and plastic for up to 3 days. At this time, we are discontinuing cardboard collection and should be placed in with the MSW trash IN BAG.
THE BOROUGH HAS DECIDED NOT TO ADOPT OUR DECLARATION OF EMERGENCY AT THIS TIME.
After reviewing PEMA guidelines and answering No to questions that would qualify our muncipality for emergency funding, it was decided that we will not have to adopt our declaration at this time. If our situation changes and warrants us to adopt it, then we will provide updates.
The Borough has now contracted services with
DAVID COLLURA 412-384-0823
to trap and remove the following wildlife within the municipality:
Raccoon, groundhog, skunk, opossum, and squirrel. Also, he will remove snakes and bats when they are located in the living quarters of a home.
**NOTE: A surcharge of $35.00 will be imposed for emergency calls received between 5:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m.**
WILDLIFE PEST CONTROL
Street sweeping is suspended until further notice.
Trash pickup will REMAIN every Wednesday by County Hauling.
Service will be delayed by one day in observance of the following holidays:
New Year's Day
**IF HOLIDAY FALLS AFTER WEDNESDAY THEN NO DELAY**
If your trash was not picked up or you need information, please call County Hauling at 724-929-7694.
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