APPLICATIONS ACCETPED – TAX COLLECTOR

The Borough of East Pittsburgh is seeking applications to fill the vacancy of the elected Tax Collector.  Qualified applicants must be a resident of East Pittsburgh for at least one year and be able to pass a background check and bonding requirements.  More information on the position can be found at http://www.pstca.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/PA-Tax-Collectors-Manual-Eighteenth-Edition-June-18.pdf

Interested parties should submit their letter of interest and resume to vacancy@eastpittsburghboro.com or deliver to the Borough of East Pittsburgh, 813 Linden Ave., East Pittsburgh, PA 15112.  Applications will be accepted until November 6, 2020.

Council adopts Rules of Order

On June 16, 2020 the Borough Council adopted a set of rules of conduct to govern all future Council meetings. These rules of order outline behavior, public comment and the general rules necessary to conduct borough business.

Copies of the Rules of Order will be available during in person Council Meetings and by clicking here.

Council Meeting, May 19, 2020

The Borough of East Pittsburgh will hold its May 19, 2020 virtually at 7:00 pm.

The meeting agenda will be posted on the Borough’s website at http://eastpittsburghboro.com/council-meeting-schedule-minutes/

Public comment will be accepted prior to May 19, 2020 at 12 noon by emailing epabrams@eastpittsburghboro.com or dropping off written comment at the Borough Offices.  All public comments will be read aloud for the record, and the email will become part of the written record, although the sender’s email address will be redacted from the public record.

To access the meeting go to: https://meetings.ringcentral.com/j/2763705109

The meeting can be accessed by telephone at (470)869-2200 ,Meeting ID 276 370 5109#

A recording of the meeting will be made available on the Borough’s website at the address above and on the Borough’s Facebook page for public review and additional comment.

Council Meetings in April, 2020

The Borough Council conducted their April Council Meeting virtually. The video can be found on Facebook by clicking here. Additionally, Council had an EMERGENCY VOTE and considered another action on April 22, 2020 to EXTEND THE PROPERTY TAX DEADLINES. Council voted to EXTEND THE 2% PROPERTY TAX DISCOUNT RATE UNTIL AUGUST 31, 2020. LATE FEES WILL BE WAIVED IF TAXES ARE PAID IN FULL BY DECEMBER 31, 2020.

Rt. 30 Construction to begin 3/23/20

Rt. 30 Construction to being on March 23, 2020

PennDOT will be patching and paving Rt. 30 from Forest Hills to North Versailles.  This work will take place between the hours of 7 pm and 6 am and on weekends.

Expect some delays as traffic may be reduced to one lane in each direction during portions of this project.

The project is expected to be complete by mid-December, 2020.

Comprehensive Planning

Please click on this link to open the Report Summary from Phase 1 of the multi-municipal comprehensive plan.

What is a Comprehensive Plan?
The result of A COMMUNITY PROCESS that determines goals and aspirations. Sets A VISION for future growth and development. Expresses and regulates PUBLIC POLICY on land use, transportation, recreation, utilities and housing. It is AN OFFICIAL DOCUMENT that should be adopted into law.