The regularly scheduled and advertised public meeting of the Council of the Borough of Braddock Hills, Allegheny County will be modified as follows.  The meeting will take place as scheduled on October 13, 2020 at 7:30 p.m.  The municipal building will be physically closed to the public; however, the public is encouraged to participate in the following ways:

1.Comments may be submitted to the Borough Manager ahead of time via e-mail at

2. The public may call in on the following conference line: (877) 250-7011 and use this Code: 42138410. The conference line will be open five minutes before the start of the meeting. 

This meeting will be to conduct essential business only and may proceed in a modified manner, with Councilpersons attending remotely through electronic means.  The Agenda will be posted on our website prior to the meeting.  Unofficial minutes will be published no later than three days after the meeting.                                                                                                                                                      Cheryl Sorrentino, Borough Manager

Braddock Hillsis a borough located in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, United States of America.

It is approximately 8 miles south of Pittsburgh. 

Population of 1,880 (2010 Census)

Area Schools: Woodland Hills School District and Propel Schools 

Member of Steel Rivers Council of Governments

The following links provide information regarding stormwater management & information about MS4:

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1753-First settled

1755 - General Edwards is defeated at Braddock's Field during the French & Indian War.

1885 -Braddock Township was incorporated.

1946 -May 2: After Braddock Township had been broken up into the boroughs of Swissvale, North Braddock and Rankin, the remaining area incorporated itself as Braddock Hills.

1978 -Braddock Hills Elementary closed and was converted into a community center.


The Borough Administration Building will be open on Monday, June 8 at 8:30 a.m. The following procedures will be in place until further notice:

  • Doors will be open
  • We are asking visitors to use a mask when possible
  • You can still drop off payments (tax, citations, permits, etc.) at the lock box located outside near the entrance of the building if you prefer not to enter
  • You must practice social distancing while in the building (If someone is in the office or station, you must wait in the hallway)
  • Hand sanitizers will be available in each office. We request that you use them upon entering the offices.
  • You are REQUIRED to wear a mask if entering area where daycare is located


2:00 TO 4:00 P.M.

If you plan on participating, please follow social distancing, wear a mask and no large groups outside of family.

Have a Safe & Happy Halloween!! 


First Responders, HealthCare Workers and individuals 65 years or older
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Rite Aid #10917
4111 William Penn Hwy.
Monroeville, PA 15146

Propel Schools is located in Braddock Hills and serves students K-12

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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