UPDATED RABIES WARNING FROM AC HEALTH DEPARTMENT
Cooperating Federal, State, and county agencies are conducting an oral raccoon rabies baiting project in western Pennsylvania. A vaccine packet is coated or placed inside a fishmeal block, which is very tasty to raccoons. The baits are dropped from low-flying airplanes or helicopters, or by local teams on foot or in vehicles.
THIS YEAR'S OPERATION WILL RUN
AUGUST - SEPTEMBER 2017
What if I find rabies baits?
Baits should be left alone - but intact baits can be moved if they are found where children and pets play. Damaged baits should be bagged and disposed in the trash.
What if my pet eats a bait?
For more information call Allegheny County Health Department at
Chief Helinski Extension 103
Officer on Duty Extention 104
The Braddock Hills Police Department is committed to excellence by providing high quality service to our community in a professional and courteous manner, which entail good ethics, trust, integrity, leadership and compassion. We recognize and respond to all emergencies with sincerity to the needs of those who are concerned for their safety, welfare or are temporarily unable to provide for themselves.
The Braddock Hills Police Department is a fully staffed, 24 hour service consisting of 18 officers, both full and part-time. The department is overseen by the mayor and Chief of Police, with the assistance of a Sergeant and Corporal who provide patrol, investigations, traffic enforcement as well as enforcement of borough ordinances.
Jack Brown, Mayor
Dean Helinski, Chief of Police