BOROUGH CODE OF ORDINANCESLINK
SOLICITATION IN THE BOROUGH
If you see an individual soliciting business in the borough that is not affiliated with a religious organization, call the police at 9-1-1 to report them immediately. Any person soliciting goods and/or services in the borough is required to have a permit, so we must ensure that they are adhering to the law. However, this does not apply to religious organizations.
Building Permitscover structural repairs, renovations and alterations including but not limited to: roof replacement, retaining walls, electrical wiring, fencing and pool installations. Please pick up all applications for permits at the Borough Office and be prepared to pay by check, money order or the exact amount in cash. The Borough Office does not have cash on the premise to make change.
If we need to utilize our 3rd party (Code Enforcement Agency), they will bill for plan reviews and other items as needed. Payment varies depending on the project and all fees can be paid to the Borough.
Block Party Permits If your street is planning to have a block party, you must provide a letter to the Borough Council with details (date, time and what will be involved). This must be done at least one month prior to the party so that Council can discuss and inform the Police Dept. for safety reasons. Your cooperation in this matter will be greatly appreciated.Type your paragraph here.
OPEN BURNING REGULATIONS
This link will provide the open burning regulations as per Allegheny County Health Department
Tenant registration forms for rental properties can be accessed here.
Applications and requests can be dropped off or mailed with payment to:
Borough of Braddock Hills
1300 Brinton Road
Pittsburgh, PA 15221
Please note that North Braddock VFD is the official fire department serving our residents and businesses.
We ask that you support their fundraisers. This will help them protect our Borough and provide assistance with community events.
Household Hazardous Waste Disposal
By definition these materials can be harmful and should never go into your community’s regular trash. The materials listed below have commonly been referred to as household hazardous waste or HHW but are now commonly referred to as home generated special materials.
These materials include:
Automotive products (antifreeze, fluids, motor oil, oil filters, gasoline, polish and wax)
Batteries (home and vehicle)Electronics ( TV, computers, laptops, cell phones, printers, fax machines, MP3 players, DVD/CD/tape players, and more)
Fluorescent light bulbs and compact fluorescent lamps (CFL)
Household cleaners ( ammonia, drain cleaner, rust remover, tile/shower cleaner and more)
Universal materials( include mercury containing items: thermometers, thermostats)
Paint products ( oil-based paint, latex paint, spray paint, caulk, wood preservative, wood stain)
Garden chemicals (pesticides, herbicides, fertilizers, insecticides)
Sharps (needles and lancets)
Swimming Pool Chemicals
In certain communities, some of these materials can be collected at the home. It’s important that residents keep these materials separate from regular trash. It is not recommended to place down a sink or storm drain – it could contaminate groundwater or potentially flow into larger bodies of water.
Please read and print our New Residents' Letter which contains all the essential information useful when first moving into the community.
Pursuant to Resolution 9 of 2002, requests for public records must be submitted on the PA Office of Open Records "Standard Right-To-Know Request Form" and submitted to the Borough Office. If you are unable to access the form please contact the borough offices.
ALLEGHENY COUNTY VACANT PROPERTY PROGRAM
Applications can be found at the Allegheny County Economic Development website at http://www.alleghenycounty.us/economic/residents/vacproprecov.aspx.
Please review the program guidelines for more information.