Pleasant Hills Borough
410 E. Bruceton Road, Pittsburgh, PA 15236
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Pleasant Hills Borough Named 2023 Banner Community

Pleasant Hills  has been recognized as a 2023 Banner Community by County Executive Rich Fitzgerald and the Allegheny League of Municipalities (ALOM). The program, now in its 11th year, recognizes municipalities that have focused their operations on professional development, prudent fiscal management, transparency, accountability, and proactive communications. This work, in turn, engages community stakeholders. Pleasant Hills is one of the exceptional organizations recognized this year.

“Thank you to ALOM and Allegheny County for again recognizing Pleasant Hills Borough as a Banner Community,” said Kelly Theiss, Borough Manager. “Our staff and elected officials work hard every day to assist our residents and businesses by providing the services they rely on each day. We are very proud of our municipality’s commitment and excited to receive this designation again for 2023.”

In order to be eligible for consideration for the Banner Communities Program, the municipality’s elected and appointed officials must:

  • Participate in educational or training programs through ALOM, the Local Government Academy or the PA Department of Community & Economic Development or participate in a governing mentoring program
  • Be active members in good standing with ALOM and the county municipal associations, and have a representative attending at least a minimum of 50% of county association meetings
  • Be active members in good standing in a COG and attend COG meetings, participate in a COG cooperative purchasing program and participate in at least one shared municipal service
  • Conduct a Local Government Week activity by conducting a local activity promoting local government or communicating with the community about delivery of services
  • Conduct an effective Citizen Communication Program by offering a municipal newsletter or web-based communication effort, and participate in a class discussion on local government or conducting a shadowing program for junior or senior high school students 
  • Promote and implement long term sustainable governing practices by earning certification through Sustainable Pittsburgh, managing employee pensions at funding levels of 90% or above, participating in the annual ALOM Wage and Salary Survey Program, and implementing goals of an up to date Municipal Comprehensive Plan


The Allegheny League of Municipalities, a nonprofit organization created in the early 1960s to coordinate the needs of the area’s local elected officials. In 1974, it was officially established as the Allegheny League of Municipalities to coordinate, advocate and educate the hundreds of elected officials within its member municipalities in Allegheny County and southwestern Pennsylvania. The organization educates elected officials, delivers essential resources, and advocates for sound policy and legislation. 


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