Welcome to Carnegie
A charming, walkable Main Street, quiet residential neighborhoods, 400 businesses large and small, and all just five minutes from downtown Pittsburgh and 20 minutes from the airport, Carnegie welcomes you to visit, live, shop, work and worship in our community.
Please browse our website for information for both residents and visitors of Carnegie. You'll find information on borough administration and committees and agendas and minutes for recent borough council meetings. You can read and download basic tax information for residents and businesses, plus forms and applications required by the borough.
If there is information you need and can't find on this website, please contact the Borough at 412-276-1414.
September Council Meetings
Due to the Labor Day Holiday on Monday, September 1, 2014, September Council Meetings have been scheduled as follows:
Borough Council Work Session Meeting:
Monday, September 8, 2014 @ 6:00 p.m.
Borough Council Regular Meeting:
Monday, September 15, 2014 @ 7:00 p.m.
Carnegie Tree Care Event
Thursday, August 28, 2014 at 6:00 p.m.
Parking Lot at W. Main Street & Jefferson Street
(Next to Fire Hall)
Many of you have helped plant these trees, now we must help to ensure their survival!
The Group will be weeding and mulching tree pits. All tools and supplies will be provided by the Western PA Conservancy.
Refreshments provided by the Carnegie Shade Tree Commission.
Please RSVP by calling 412-279-4262, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Trash & Recycling Update
The Trash Pickup and Recycling page has been updated. Please click here to visit the updated page to view the 2014 / 2015 Recycling Schedule and Allegheny County's 2014 Collection Events Schedule for chemicals and electronics.
Vacant Property Recovery
The Allegheny County 2014 Side Yard and Blighted Structure Program is now available to residents and business owners of Carnegie Borough. This is a limited-time program wherein Allegheny County will accept applications to acquire vacant properties for side yards to an owner occupied primary residence or vacant structure remediation at a reduced cost to the applicant. Applications must be postmarked by August 30, 2014.
Click here for specific program information and details.
Carnegie Borough is proud to honor our men and women who are or have served this country through our banner program.
FRIENDS, FAMILY MEMBERS, AND NEIGHBORS
SERVING PRESENT AND PAST
IN TIME OF PEACE AND IN TIME OF WAR.
THIS IS OUR TRIBUTE TO YOU
Click Here for Website, Application
and Additional Information.
2014 ANTI-RABIES RACCOON BAITING PROGRAM
Cooperating Federal, State, and county agencies are conducting an oral raccoon rabies baiting project in western Pennsylvania. This year's operation will run from August to September 2014.
Click Here for additional information.
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NOTICE TO RESIDENTS:
Carnegie Wastewater Collection has Changed
Residents will receive two separate bills, one for water from PAWC and one for wastewater (sewage) from Jordan Tax. For any questions regarding this change please contact Jordan Tax Service at
(412) 835-5243 Extension 4.
As a member of the Allegheny Together Program, the Borough of Carnegie is featured in the latest Downtown Carnegie E-Newsletter. To view this newsletter, please click the
Allegheny Together icon above.
This latest issue entails a business recognition recipient as well as spring 2012 events. To learn more about Carnegie's participation in the Allegheny Together program and other municipalities who are involved please click here.
Thank you for your interest and support in this local business initiative.
Carnegie Borough, Heidelberg Borough
and Scott Township
If you were unable to attend the meeting for the Comprehensive Plan, the draft plan is now available for review.
This draft, created by Pashek and Associates, will explain and present different tools and ideas to be used as a guide to
help these three communities grow into the future.
Please click here to see the ideas that have been developed.
(Plan may take a few moments to download due to size.)
Tri-Community Revitalization Project now
In April 2011, the design phase of the Tri-Community Revitalization Project was authorized to begin. This project is a partnership between the neighboring communities of Carnegie Borough, Heidelberg Borough and Scott Township. In cooperation with the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT), these three communities will be enhancing pedestrian and vehicle safety while improving the aesthetics of the project corridor.
For more information on this project please click here and also stay tuned for updates. Also, for a detailed vision of the revitalization, please click on the following links to view photos of Third Street and Carothers Avenue.
Borough E-Mail Blast:
Connect with Carnegie for news,
upcoming events and activities
To receive information and updates being sent via E-Mail Blast please click here and provide an e-mail address, subject E-Mail Blast. If one may have any suggestions as to what they would like to see included in the future Blast, please include in e-mail.
To learn more information on Carnegie’s E-Mail Blast and related events , please feel free to call the Carnegie Borough Building at
Borough Meeting Schedule
- BOROUGH COUNCIL WORK SESSIONS: First Monday of the month at 6:00 p.m. (Except legal holidays when the meeting will take place the next business day.)
- BOROUGH COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING: Second Monday of the month at 7:00 p.m. (Work Session for this meeting is held at 6:00 p.m.)
- PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING: Last Tuesday of the month at 7:00 p.m.
- OTHER BOARDS MEET AS NEEDED: Example, Zoning Hearing Board.
WEBSITE UPDATE: Code of Ordinances now available
The codification of Carnegie Borough ordinances was adopted December 10, 2012 via Ordinance 2384. For access, please view links below and for any questions, please contact: (412) 276-1414.
Codification completed by: Keystate Publishers, Inc.