Trash pickup will REMAIN every Friday by County Hauling.
Service will be delayed by one day in observance of the following holidays:
New Year's Day
**IF HOLIDAY IS ON A SATURDAY OR SUNDAY THEN NO DELAY**
If your trash was not picked up or you need information, please call County Hauling at 724-929-7694.
OPEN BURNING REGULATIONS
This link will provide the open burning regulation fact sheet as per Allegheny County Health Department
The following links provide information regarding stormwater management & information about MS4:
FIRE DEPARTMENT NEWS
Work with members in your community and make a difference
Street sweeping is the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of each month from April through October. ONLY ONE SIDE OF THE STREET WILL BE CLEANED EACH DAY. Make sure you read the signs posted each month. No parking on that side of street will be permitted from 7:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. during street sweeping. All vehicles will be cited if parked during street sweeping.
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.
Welcome to the website for the Borough of Braddock Hills, a community nestled in the eastern suburbs, 8 miles outside of Pittsburgh, PA. Newcomers and long-time residents alike say Braddock Hills is a perfect balance of intimate neighborhoods and major metropolitan access.
The population was 1,880 in the 2010 census.
Garbage will now be billed by Jordan Tax Service. If you have any questions regarding your garbage bill, please call them at 412-835-5243
You can call County Hauling to schedule a pick-up. Leave your name and phone number for them to make arrangements for pick-up.
Or you can recycle your old television sets with Junk King for a fee. You can call 1-888-888-5865 or visit their website at www.junk-king.com for a quote to pick-up your item(s).
Or you can visit PRC at www.prc.org for upcoming recycling events and information
Gaydos-Behanna Kennel is the current animal control and humane officer.
Issues with wildlife, call Critter Control at