Pleasant Hills Borough
410 E. Bruceton Road, Pittsburgh, PA 15236
Borough Offices: 412.655.3300
Borough Fax: 412.655.5048
Police, Ambulance, or Fire Emergency: 911
Police Non-Emergency: 412.655.5045
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The Treasury Department and IRS have extended the deadline to July 15, 2020 for filing Federal, State and Local income taxes.
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The Zoning Hearing Board meeting scheduled for Thursday March 26th, at 7pm at the Borough Building for Case No. 1-20 filed by Wayne Nelson of 188 West Bruceton Road and Case No. 2-20 filed by Candice Mendicino of 137 Audrey Drive has been POSTPONED. A new date for the meeting has not yet been decided.
Please see notice from Waste Management:
Dear Valued Waste Management Customers,
Because of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Federal and State Declarations of Emergency have been issued that recommend non-essential employees shelter in place and/or work from home when possible to promote social distancing. As a result, Waste Management has significantly reduced its “field” work force and is focusing on the performance of essential services during this unprecedented emergency. Because of its importance to the health and safety of our society, municipal solid waste collection and disposal is deemed an “essential service” in most instances, and so Waste Management’s employees dedicated to collecting and disposing of trash are in the field continuing to perform this critical function.
In order for Waste Management to maintain its focus on municipal solid waste collection and disposal, and due to the reduced number of employees in the field, effective Tuesday, March 24, 2020, Waste Management is temporarily suspending the performance of the following services, which are non-essential during this period of emergency:
When the Declarations of Emergency and social distancing recommendations have been eased and Waste Management’s work force returns to pre-pandemic levels, these services will be restarted. Waste Management will provide notice when the service(s) will resume.
We have been a part of this community for many years and know that together we will be resilient. Thank you for your partnership during this critical time.
This afternoon, Governor Wolf issued a Stay-at-Home order, which includes Allegheny County, the order goes into place at 8 PM this evening and is in effect for two weeks. This order emphasizes that individuals in the county, to the extent possible, should stay at home and distance themselves from others.
Essentially, Stay-at-home means staying at home. People should stay in their homes unless they need to leave for “essential” activities. Essential activities include getting medical supplies, going to the doctor or going to get groceries. People can also go out to run, walk or hike as long as they maintain the requirements of social distancing and stay at least six feet away from other individuals.
People are barred from gathering outside the home. To that end, all restaurants, bars, cafes, nightclubs, gyms and recreation facilities have been ordered closed. Places that serve food can continue delivery, drive-thru and takeout services. The Borough has already closed our municipal office and all public parks & fields; please abide by these closures.
Those whose jobs are considered “essential” are also permitted to leave the house to continue their work. Essential businesses have been identified as health care facilities, public safety, grocery stores and other food markets, banks, media services, hardware stores, laundromats and delivery services, among others. The complete list of businesses that are essential and non-essential are listed in the DCED link below. There is no change to the life-sustaining businesses and waivers that have previously been in place.
We want people to use common sense and to think about how their actions can put others at risk.