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 that you cannot find on this website, please contact the Borough at 412-276-1414.
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.
The Borough Administration Offices
will be closed on Friday, July 3, 2015
in observance of Independence Day.
Offices will reopen on Monday, July
6, 2015 at 8:00 a.m.
Carnegie Borough Independence Day 2015
Carnegie Park ~~ Friday, July 3rd, 2015
The annual Carnegie Borough fireworks display will take place on Friday, July 3rd, 2015 at dusk.
Please come out to celebrate this annual tradition at Carnegie Park!
For any questions please call
412-276-1414. See you there!
Fireworks display presented by:
Carnegie Business District
Green Infrastructure Parking Lot Update
On June 20, 2015 the reconstruction of the parking lot next to Citizens Bank will be complete, pending final touch-ups during the week.
On June 24, 2015, the Post Office | Medicine Shoppe parking lot reconstruction will commence. In order to avoid a complete closure of this parking lot, reconstruction will be done in two phases. Phase one will begin at Mary Street and phase two will end at Pine Street; meaning, reconstruction of one-half of the parking lot in each phase. Weather permitting, each phase will take approximately six to eight weeks with a projected completion in September 2015.
Click Here for:
Project Description and Team
Public Outreach, and
Vacant Property Recovery Program
Side Yard &
Blighted Structure Program
Application Due: June 30, 2015
Click Here for Information, Instructions & Application
Pitcher Park / Carnegie Park Skate Park
During the first quarter of 2015, the skate park will be closed to the public.
If, however, the weather allows for very dry conditions in the park, the facility may be open. However, on days where conditions include snow, ice, extreme cold, rain and wet pavement the park will remain closed.
The Borough reserves the right to close the park at any time for the safety of those utilizing the facility. We greatly appreciate your understanding, and also your support for Pitcher Park
For any questions, please contact Carnegie Borough at 412-276-1414.
Wheels for Wishes
Greater Pittsburgh & West Virginia
To get information regarding recycling of your used vehicle click here: http://pittsburgh.wheelsforwishes.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.
Standard Vacant Property Recovery
While the 2014 Side Yard and Blighted Structure Program concluded on August 30, 2014, applicants may continue to apply for properties in Carnegie Borough through Allegheny County's Standard Vacant Property Recovery Program, which operates on an ongoing basis.
Click here for program information and application.
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.
Get notifications about important community news by signing up for Allegheny County's Community Notification System. This system enables the County to provide you with timely information that is important to you. The free, non-emergency notification service allows individuals to sign up to receive information from the County on topics that they choose in a variety of formats.
You will receive time-sensitive messages wherever you specify, such as your home, mobile, or business phones, e-mail address, text messages and more.
You pick where, you pick how.
You can also download the Mobile Member Application to receive alerts directly to your Android or Apple Device. Please visit the Google Play or iTunes app stores to download. If you have any questions, please contact email@example.com, or create a user account by visiting www.alleghenycounty.us/alerts.
Click Here for details.
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.
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
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.