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BOROUGH OF CARNEGIE - COUNCIL MEETING NOTIFICATION
August Borough Council Public Workshop Meeting – Monday, August 3, 2020

On Monday, August 3, 2020 at 6:00 p.m., Carnegie Borough Council will hold its regularly scheduled public workshop meeting via telephone as opposed to in person at the municipal building. This measure is being taken to continue preventing the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus). All members of the public who are interested in attending the meeting may contact Borough Manager, Steve Beuter at 412-276-1414 x1423 for meeting details. Members of the public are still encouraged to submit comments via email in order to proceed in an organized manner. We appreciate your understanding and continued patience during this time.

 

Raccoon Rabies Vaccination Baiting Program

Hand baiting will occur July 31 - August 10 and helicopter baiting will occur August 10-17.

Over the past 19 years there has been a significant reduction in human and pet exposure to rabies throughout Allegheny County. This is largely due to the efforts of the rabies vaccination program for wild raccoons, spearheaded by the United States Department of Agriculture's Wildlife Services (USDA), who the Allegheny County Health Department (ACHD) partners with for this massive effort. This year, employees and volunteers of ACHD and the USDA will be distributing vaccine-containing baits from July 31 through August 31 across Allegheny County.

In Carnegie, baits will be delivered both by hand from ground vehicles and by helicopter. Helicopters will fly in North-South transects that do go over residential areas. Transects are close together to ensure sufficient baiting, so residents may see helicopters moving slowly over the same area multiple times within a short period of time.

Two types of bait: One is a plastic sachet (looks like a ketchup packet) coated in fish meal and a plastic sachet enclosed in a fish meal block. The fish scent attracts the raccoons who consume the bait and vaccine, resulting in the development of antibodies to the rabies virus.

The risk of adverse effects to humans and animals due to exposure to the vaccine is minimal but we urge the public to avoid contact with the bait if possible. If a stray bait must be moved, it should be picked up using rubber or latex gloves or a shovel. We are also asking the public to keep their dogs on a leash, indoors, or confined to their property as much as possible during baiting and the weeks after.In years past, we have specifically had problems with off-leash dogs consuming the baits in parks. Parks are common raccoon habitats and are therefore important areas to bait. Signs will be posted in baiting areas. More information may be found here.

 

Carnegie Farmers Market

July 26 - October 25 (closed Sept 6)

Sundays - Noon – 3:00pm

East Main Street between Broadway & Mary

MASKS are REQUIRED for VENDORS and VISITORS.

SOCIAL DISTANCING RULES APPLY.

Allegheny County Health Department Farmers Market Guidelines.
Vendor Map  |  Parking Options

AUGUST 2 VENDORS

Sanitizers & Sanitizing Stations

EcoSolution Distributing, Steel City Sanitizers

Farms

Biber Family Farm

Fun-Gal Farm Mushrooms

Jose Quiroz Farm

Oak Hill Farm

Paul Family Farms

Prepared Food & Baked Goods

Bates&Hayes Kettle Korn & Lemonade

Dolcezza Dagny

Maestro's Sauce Co.

Mediterra Bakehouse

Olive & Marlowe

Paddy Wagon Specialty Baked Goods

Pennsylvania Dutch Specialty Foods

Victoria's Fudge-A-Licious

Food to Go

Hey Tabouli!

Kurbside Kona

Potables

D&O Wine Cellars

Gryphon's Tea

Quantum Spirits

Threadbare Cider

Wigle Whiskey

Art, Music, & Candles

Full Moon Candle Shop

Pawsitive Things Arts & Crafts

Pink Zebra Wax Melt Bar

Will Bigham, musician

Click Here to read about our Vendors

Click Here for our Virtual Market

 

 

E Main Street Sidewalk Sales

Modern Mercantile, 233 E Main St
Nail It DIY, 237 E Main St
Pittsburgh Pottery,
309 E Main St

Riley's Pour House, 215 E Main St

Scoops, 241 E Main St

Businesses Open Nearby

Sunset Pizza, 38 E Main St
Slice on Broadway,
108 E Main St
Carnegie Coffee Co,
132 E Main St
Eccentricity Designs,
135 E Main St

Don Don Chinese Rest., 146 E Main St

 

Rules to follow when visiting our Farmers Market due to the COVID-19 pandemic and based on ACHD guidelines.

  • Practice 6-foot social distancing. Be respectful of vendors & fellow shoppers.
  • Face masks or coverings are REQUIRED.
  • Sampling & eating food on-site is PROHIBITED.
  • Handling products is PROHIBITED. Vendors will package for you.
  • Vendors will not handle personal shopping bags. Remember to wash them regularly.
  • Follow any posted signage.
  • The number of shoppers may be limited at times, please be patient.
  • If you are feeling unwell, please stay home.
  • When possible, use exact cash or credit/debit cards.
  • Wash your hands before & after visiting the market. Use our sanitizing stations provided by EcoSolution Distributing.
  • Visit our virtual market to place preorders with participating vendors.

     

    We are accepting vendor applications online Click Here.

 
 

 

From Scott Township

EMS Sta 740 For our Carnegie neighbors, The Subscription drive for Carnegie has been sent out and we are already getting a lot of responses back and we appreciate it. There is however 1 small problem, on the small card that the resident keeps for their records, there is a space that says ID #. This is a misprint as there are no ID numbers for Carnegie residents. We apologize for any confusion.

CARNEGIE PARK
Recreation and Park Facility Reopening Guidelines - Green Phase
Friday, June 5, 2020

With the upcoming changes in place as we move towards the Green Phase of Governor Wolf's process to reopen Pennsylvania on Friday, June 5, 2020, please view the information below in regard to the status of Carnegie Park, Chioda Park, Irishtown Park, and 7th Avenue Park. Click Here for guidelines provided by the Pennsylvania Recreation & Park Society (PRPS), please see the directions that are currently in place for the Green Phase:

Outdoor Recreation

Athletics – OPEN
All-Purpose Fields
Baseball Fields
Basketball Courts
Hockey Courts
Tennis Courts

Dog Park – OPEN

Outdoor Restrooms - OPEN
Playgrounds – OPEN
Skate parks – OPEN
Trails – OPEN

Carnegie Borough greatly appreciates the patience and understanding of everyone that has been waiting to utilize the municipal park facilities to their full extent throughout the pandemic phases. While moving into the Green Phase, we as that individuals continue to abide by these state regulations and continue to follow guidelines and social distancing recommendations established by the Centers for Disease control and the Pennsylvania Department of Health. Please continue to be safe throughout this period and enjoy the reinstated outdoor recreation.

Click here for information regarding Carnegie Borough parks

Click here for information from PA Recreation & Park Society.

Jordan Tax Service

will be available

for property tax collections


Carnegie Borough Building

One Veterans Way

Friday, August 21

1:30-4:30pm

Monday, August 31

9:00am-Noon

 



Visit our Virtual Farmers Market connect, order or preorder from your favorite vendors, retailers, & artists.

Computer Version   |   Mobile Version

Beef, Produce & Eggs
- Oak Hill Farm
Eggs & Prepared Food
- Primrose Farm
Dairy
- Twin Brook Dairy Co.
Mushrooms
- Fun-Gal Farms
Prepared Food

- Aunt Carols Dips
- Big Bob's Local Honey
- Olive & Marlowe
- Paul Family Farms

Baked Goods
- A1 Fudge
- Dolcezza Dagny
- Mediterra Bakehouse
- The Paddy Wagon Specialty Baked Goods

Ready to Eat
- Hey Tabouli!
- Indigo's Kitchen
- Kona Ice
Potables
- D and O Wine Cellars
- Quantum Spirits
- Threadbare Cider
- Wigle Whiskey

Beauty, Wellness & Specialty
- Arbor House Soaps
- Divine Scentsations
- Harmonize the Body
- Masks by Patty Bovard

Carnegie Farmers Market Goes Digital - Signal Item

Artisans & Crafters
- AC Art & Design
- Full Moon Candle Shop
- Lisa Jack Jewelry
- Pink Zebra Wax Melt Bar
Musician
- Will Bigham

Retail
- Eccentricity Designs LLC

Community & Charity
- Merlin's Safe Haven Cat Rescue
- St. John's Lutheran Church
Food Pantry & Donation Information

     
 
     

CARLYNTON SCHOOL DISTRICT

District Information click here

  Carnegie families — click here for a special message from Carnegie Elementary's faculty & staff


 

Boys & Girls Club InstaClubhouse
click here

 


Andrew Carnegie Free Library

OPEN - Curbside pickup continues

Miss JoLynne's
Virtual Story Times
on Facebook Live
(account not necessary)

Monday 7pm ~ Family Story Time

Tuesday 10:30am ~ Babies & Books

Thursday 1pm ~ Preschool Story Time

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BOROUGH OF CARNEGIE POLICE DEPARTMENT & MAYOR STACIE RILEY

We are all facing challenges during these unprecedented times. The Carnegie Police Department realizes the stress we are all under with many people out of work, many unable to leave their homes and many unable to gather with loved ones or friends to celebrate special occasions. With that being said, I want to assure you the Carnegie Police Department is here for you.

Until we are all back to normal, we will be offering a free service to the residents of Carnegie and Pennsbury Village Boroughs. If you have a family member or friend that is celebrating a special occasion the Carnegie Police Department will drive-by your home and at a distance celebrate the event. This will be done tastefully with the overhead lights flashing and sirens sounding just to let the special person know that even during these times we all care.

To organize a Carnegie Police drive-by celebration please call (412) 276-4245 or send an email with the date, time and what the special occasion is to jlkennedy@carnegiepolice.org.

Jeffrey L. Kennedy, Chief of Police
201st session FBINA

 

***Click Here***

to make Carnegie Cares Donations

 


 

SUPPORT OUR LOCAL BUSINESSES!
Click Here for a list of Carnegie businesses that are open online or for takeout or delivery.

 


 

 

EVERYONE COUNTS!

Respond to the Census online, through the mail or by telephone.

It's easy and only takes 10 minutes!

An accurate 100% census count is CRUCIAL. $100,000 will be lost for every family of 5 not counted. Receiving the maximum amount of federal disaster relief funding will be necessary to reestablish Carnegie as a thriving community and to assist in the recovery of residents, businesses, organizations, and schools. It is imperative that Carnegie rebuilds quickly and efficiently with a common goal of rebuilding an even stronger, more prosperous local economy and community.

Together, we can make it happen.

Please visit our online census hub for links to complete the census

and a video explaining the importance of BEING COUNTED!

ABOUT THE CENSUS

IT'S IN THE CONSTITUTION

WHY THE CENSUS IS IMPORTANT

Personal Information is Safe.

The Census is available in 13 languages.

Census Fact Sheet

Census FAQ

The Founders plan was to empower the people over their government by counting everyone and using that count to determine representation in Congress. click here

Participation of every resident ensures that our region receives the federal funds needed to serve everyone equitably.

Online Census Questionnaire

Mail Response Information

Phone Response Information


 
     

ST JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH LUNCH PROGRAM at 601 WASHINGTON AVENUE

(across from the Boys and Girls Club)

Free bagged lunches for children 18 and under, Monday - Friday from 12 Noon to 1PM each day during the school closure. (breakfast bag for next day included). If you choose to take advantage of this program, we respectfully ask that you honor the guidance currently provided by the CDC and adhere to social distancing (remain six feet from others) and stay home if you are ill.

 

Grocery Bag Donations at St John's Lutheran Church Donations are welcome for grocery bags for Carnegie families and seniors. Please confine your donations to the following essentials:

  • Pasta or ramen noodles
  • Canned fish or chicken (no pork products, please) crackers, low-sugar cereal, granola or cereal bars
  • canned vegetables

Please call the church office at (412) 279-2952 or email to arrange for drop off at the church. website.

MEALS FOR ALL CARLYNTON SCHOOL DISTRICT STUDENTS

A summer lunch program will be offered to all Carlynton School District students Monday-Friday, June 8 and continuing through August 21, 2020.

Carnegie beginning Monday, June 8 - A grab-and-go breakfast will be offered from 9:00-10:00am and lunch will be provided from 11:00am to 1:00pm near the front entrance of The Carnegie Boys and Girls Club (630 Washington Ave).

Crafton beginning Tuesday, June 9 - A grab-and-go lunch will be provided from 11am to noon at Crafton Elementary (1874 Crafton Blvd.)

 


Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank

(GPCFB) at 412-460-3663.


 

Carnegie Salvation Army Food Pantry NEEDS MONETARY DONATIONS!

Unfortunately, they cannot accept volunteers or food donations at this time. A list of available items is given to people at the front door where they check off items they don't want. A volunteer collects the items and brings the food back to the front door. The pantry is open on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month from 10:00am to 2:00pm

SENATOR WAYNE FONTANA

eNEWSLETTER - July 21, 2020 click here

Information: Hazard Pay, Food Assistance Resources, Fresh Food Financing Initiative, Port Authority Seeks Public Input, AHN Virtual Hiring information Session, Oasis Tutoring.


DAILY COVID-19 UPDATES

Allegheny Conference on Community Development

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Update

Click here for the Allegheny County Health Department (ACHD) dedicated page for information on COVID-19 (Coronavirus). Stop the Spread of Germs click here.

Steps to Take:

Know the symptoms: COVID-19 symptoms include fever, cough, and shortness of breath - and may appear in as few as 2 days or as long as 14 days after exposure. Person-to-person spread mainly occurs via respiratory droplets produced when an infected person coughs or sneezes, like the flu. A less common form of transmission can take place from objects or surfaces that become infected.

Take precautions: If you are sick, stay home. Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth. Cover your cough or sneeze. Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces. If you have recently traveled in an area with COVID-19 infections or have been in contact with someone with COVID-19 and are showing symptoms, monitor your health and contact your doctor.

Plan ahead: Make sure you have extra food, medical supplies, and emergency kits in your home. Talk to your family, friends, and neighbors to develop emergency plans - particularly for children, seniors, and anyone with chronic medical conditions that may make them particularly susceptible to illness.

Stay informed: Stick with trusted and official sources for accurate and timely updates including CDC.gov and health.pa.gov

     

PENNSYLVANIA AMERICAN WATER RESPONSE TO COVID-10

WE WON'T SHUT OFF YOUR WATER

 

Given the importance of personal hygiene in preventing the spread of the coronavirus, we have suspended billing-related service shutoffs. We will continue to evaluate this suspension period as more information becomes available. Please note that your water service may be temporarily interrupted for emergency work; however, we will strive to keep interruptions to a minimum.

We have turned water service back on for customers who were previously shutoff for non-payment. This includes customers whose water service was turned off for non-payment of sewer service, even if Pennsylvania American Water is not the sewer service provider.

If your service has not yet been restored, contact us immediately at 800-565-7292.   Click Here for more information

EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY and until further notice, Scott Twp. EMS station is closed to outside visitors. We will be unable to provide CPR/First Aid classes. No additional riders will be permitted in the ambulances during transports to the hospital, unless it is a minor child that requires 1 parent or guardian. We must direct all of our resources toward response readiness and limit outside contact in order to do our part.


What to expect if you call 911 till further notice - Given the current situation and the amount of unknown, Scott Twp. EMS Paramedics and EMTs will be doing the following:

1. Paramedics and EMTs will begin questioning from a distance.

2. Paramedics and EMTs might be wearing goggles, masks, and gloves. Please don't be alarmed. This is for your protection as much as it is for theirs.

3. Paramedics and EMTs may ask the patient to place a surgical mask on to help protect the patient and keep the crew remain safe.

4. Please know that each ambulance is going through extensive cleaning and decontamination.

Please follow the CDC and Health Department recommendations on what to do if you have flu-like symptoms.

CARNEGIE BOROUGH MUNICIPAL BUILDING
BUILDING NOTICE – REGARDING COVID-19

click here for change in Carnegie Police Department procedures
EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY, Monday, March 16, 2020 the Borough of Carnegie Municipal Building will be open for business but closed to the public until further notice. The staff will be on hand to answer calls and emails during regular business hours, Monday through Friday, 8am to 4pm. Paper work may still be processed electronically. There is also a drop box located at the front of the building for dropping off paperwork. The drop box will be checked periodically throughout the work day. Precautions will be taken with any paperwork submitted to ensure the safety of staff. Since the Covid-19 outbreak is a developing situation, our response may change as information is updated. Please refer to Carnegie Borough's social media for updates.

For assistance during this time period,

please contact the following:
Steve Beuter – Borough Manager: 412-276-1414 ext. 1423
Carnegie Police Department: 412-276-4245
Chief Jeffrey L. Kennedy: 412-276-4245
Keith Hatcher – Supervisor – DPW: 412-670-5854
Terry Roma – Code Enforcement Officer: 412-279-3787
Greg Maslek – Code/Complaints: 412-276-1414 ext. 1426
Borough Administration: 412-276-1414 ext. 1420 or 1421

     
 

RECENT NEWS . . .

 

 

 


High-Speed Emergency Notification System provides the Borough of Carnegie and Pennsbury Village officials the ability to quickly deliver messages to the entire municipality. click here to Sign Up

 


 

Decals to help Emergency Service Personnel recognize those with special needs are available at the Carnegie Police Department and Carnegie Borough Administration office.

Oftentimes when first responders come in contact with a person with special needs during an emergency situation, they are unaware that the person actually has special needs. The idea for the decal is to help first responders better deal with special needs individuals by knowing in advance the person has special needs. Details from Allegheny County Councilman Pat Catena click here

 

 

Pay Meter Feeder Tickets Online

(white ticket) click here

Carnegie Public Parking Guide

click here

 


 

General Fund Budget click here

Sewer Fund Budget click here

Liquid Fuels Fund Budget click here

 


 

Zoning Ordinance Changes

The Borough of Carnegie is in the process of amending the current Municipal Zoning Ordinance (Ord. No 2445). As a requirement for this revision, please see the links provided below for public review, which include the 2017 Zoning Ordinance and Map, 2019 Zoning Ordinance and Map, and a summary of the proposed changes.

2017 Zoning Ordinance |  2017 Zoning Map

2019 Zoning Ordinance |  2019 Zoning Map

Summary of Changes

 
 
 

UPCOMING EVENTS . . .

BE COUNTED for 2020!
This year, you can complete your questionnaire online, by phone, or by mail. A complete and accurate count impacts the amount of federal funding that communities receive for schools, healthcare, roads, housing, and more.

Help shape your future and your community's future by responding to the 2020 census today!

WHAT IS THE CENSUS?

Every 10 years, the United States conducts a census of the entire population. This information is used to shape many aspects of our communities.

BE COUNTED FOR EDUCATION

BE COUNTED FOR YOUR COMMUTE

BE COUNTED FOR YOUR COMMUNITY

BE COUNTED ALLEGHENY COUNTY 2020 CENSUS
Click Here for more information

 

TOP THINGS TO KNOW

Participation Matters. For each family of five missed in the Census count, our area could lose $100,000 over the next 10 years.

Everyone Matters. Everyone needs to be counted, including all children born by April 1, 2020.

Requirements. The Census requires name, age, gender, birthday, race/ethnicity, relationship to head-of-household, owner or renter, and telephone number. The Census will NOT ask about citizenship or immigration status.

Information Will NOT Be Shared. The Census Bureau is committed to keeping your information confidential, private, and secure.

WHY IT MATTERS The census impacts every resident in Allegheny County. Data collected from the census helps define political districts, fuel research, inform planning and determine how much federal funding is allocated to support many of the services we rely on every day.

 

HOW IT WORKS - Online, By Phone, or Mail

Census questionnaires will be available in multiple languages including English, Arabic, French, Haitian Creole, Japanese, Polish, Portuguese, Tagalog, Chinese, Korean, Russian, Spanish, and Vietnamese.

 

You can view a questionnaire example on the

Census Bureau’s website here.

Have more questions about the 2020 census?

Visit Allegheny County’s FAQ page to learn more.

 

 TIMELINE

Apr 29-Sep 3 - counts for people experiencing homelessness, colleges, senior centers, prisons, & other facilities that house large groups.
May 27-Oct 31 - interview homes that haven't responded.
Dec - Delivery of apportionment counts to the President & Congress as required by law.
March 31, 2021 - By this date, the Census Bureau will send redistricting counts to 
states. Information is used to redraw legislative districts based on population changes.

The Carnegie Crawl is all year long!

SECOND FRIDAY EVERY MONTH

5:00-9:00pm

CANCELLED

Arts * Entertainment * Shopping * Food * Fun!

www.visitcarnegie.com


 

NEW DATE WILL BE ANNOUNCED IN THE FALL

 

MadeInPgh ~ Pittsburgh Neighborhoods

Spend a Day in Carnegie click here

 

 

Boys & Girls Club Carnegie Clubhouse

https://www.bgcwpa.org/item/carnegie/

 

Andrew Carnegie Free Library and Music Hall https://carnegiecarnegie.org/

Curbside Pick-Up Available

The Library Reopens on July 6

 

A MUST-SEE great video showcasing Carnegie

by Alex Popichak

 
 

Wood Burning is regulated within Allegheny County due to the numerous pollutants, including air toxics, found in wood smoke. These pollutants have a negative impact on our region's air quality and can cause serious health effects in sensitive populations. click here for more information. Click here for air quality data.


Borough of Carnegie to utilize CodeRED Emergency Notification system The Borough of Carnegie has contracted with OnSolve to license its CodeRED high-speed notification solution. The CodeRED system provides the Borough of Carnegie and Pennsbury Village officials the ability to quickly deliver messages to targeted areas or the entire municipality.
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click here
to Sign Up

 


Carnegie Connections
municipal newsletter
Fall-Winter 2019-20 ~ Vol 1 Issue 2

click here
Spring-Summer 2019 ~ Vol 1 Issue 1
PA State Association of Boroughs 2019 Communication Contest 3rd Place Winner
click here

"No Plastic Please"
Humane Action Pittsburgh
Find out how you can become a "no plastic please" Ambassador and eliminate single use plastic at the Individual and Business levels, in Pittsburgh and throughout PA.

click here
for more information.

 

SEVEN TYPES OF PLASTIC
click here

Republic Services
July 2020 - June 2021
CURBSIDE RECYCLING & WASTE COLLECTION SCHEDULE click here
Friday Collection Addresses click here

 

A new special collection opportunity is now available to Carnegie residents!

Republic Services, your local recycling and waste service provider, now includes e-waste collection!
click here for details

2020 Carnegie Borough Litter Management Plan
Check back for updates as our plan evolves throughout the year.

click here

 

Litter Facts from PennDOT click here

 

IMPORTANT TV RECYCLING NEWS . . . The PA Resources Council will accept televisions at all Hard to Recycle Collections. Click Here.

Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful launches eWastePA.org- Consumer Guide to Electronics Recycling in PA.

Carnegie

2019 Tree City USA

ARBOR DAY FOUNDATION


Turn your car into trees!

Not sure what to do with your old car? Donate your old car, truck, trailer, boat, RV or motorcycle to Tree Pittsburgh. Our partner will arrange to pick it up and sell it at auction. Proceeds go to planting and caring for trees throughout Allegheny County.

Call 855.500.RIDE to get started!

TreePittsburgh.org

 



OVER 30,000 JOBS TO SEARCH
CLICK HERE

 

HAPPY 125TH BIRTHDAY

CARNEGIE BOROUGH

The Quasiquicentennial Celebration

Celebration Gallery click here

In Carnegie, they're gonna party like it's 1894 - TRIBLive - by Stephanie Hacke - click here

Carnegie Recognized as one of the Best Cities in PA for Millennials

Carnegie ranks #26 in PA's top 250 best cities for millenials!

 


 

2019 IMAGE GALLERIES

Carols & Lights

Halloween Promenade

Farmers Market

Open Streets

CPD Car Cruise

Independence Day Fireworks

Dogapalooza

Memorial Day Parade

5K Walk/Run

Endure Barre RIbbon Cutting

Stormwater Management

Information for homeowners & municipalities

Read More

 


3 RIVERS PROUD Alcosan's awareness initiative, 3 Rivers Proud educates the public about important work done by ALCOSAN and its municipal partners to protect our rivers and streams, and enlist citizens in taking action to implement the Clean Water Plan. Click Here

 

Alcosan's Clean Water Assistance Fund -  Click Here for eligibility guidelines and information.

 

PA Fish & Boat Commission Laws & Regulations Click Here


 

 

BOROUGH MEETING SCHEDULE - One Veterans Way, Carnegie, PA 15106
  Borough Council Work Sessions - First Monday of the month 6:00 pm (except legal holidays, meeting will be held on next business day.)
  Borough Council Regular Meeting - Second Monday of the month 7:00 pm (work session 6:00 pm)
  Planning Commission Meeting - Last Tuesday of the month 7:00 pm
  Other boards meet as needed - Example: Zoning Hearing Board
 
 
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