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With its traditional Main Street, walkable from one end to the other and surrounded by a half dozen residential neighborhoods, Carnegie retains the charm and strength that has kept it thriving for over 100 years.

 


 
NEW JUNIOR COUNCILPERSONS
2ND ANNUAL MONARCH BUTTERFLY FESTIVAL

CARNEGIE POLICE DEPARTMENT

CAR CRUISE

SEVENTH AVENUE PARK

REHABHILITATION DETAILS

 

 

  Freshman Angelika Pyvovar and Junior Ella Snyder were sworn in as new junior councilpersons by Mayor Riley at the September 12 council meeting. Both are Carlynton students. Their junior council term will span the school year. We look forward to working with them on numerous projects throughout the 2022-23 school year.

 

DLC Community Impact Grants 2022

Carnegie has been awarded $3,200 for its upcoming Butterfly Festival

THANK YOU CARNEGIE SHADE TREE COMMISSION, CARNEGIE PTA, VOLUNTEERS, VENDORS, and MAYOR RILEY for making our 2ND ANNUAL BUTTERFLY FESTIVAL A GREAT SUCCESS!

Milkweed Map

 

Mayor Riley's 2022 Monarch Proclamation

 

POST GAZETTE - Carnegie to Mark Mayors' Monarch Challenge with Butterfly Festival

OBSERVER REPORTER - Celebrating the Monarch - Carnegie Hosts 2nd Butterfly Fest

COMPLETED

Playground equipment replacement

Infield replacement

Drainage improvements

COMING SOON

Rain garden for stormwater management

Outfield seeding

Basketball equipment replacement

FUTURE PLANS

Court repairs

 
MAYOR RILEY PROCLAIMS JULY 31 as MONARCH BUTTERFLY DAY in CARNEGIE and COMMENDS SHADE TREE COMMISSION for their HARD WORK

PUBLIC ART PROJECT

USING RECYCLED MATERIALS

CARLYNTON STUDENT

RECEIVES CREATIVE AWARD

 

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Artist Alicia Kesneck designed Monarch Butterfly Sculpture Pieces using recycled materials installed in the East Main Parking Lot Rain Garden.

Alicia turned trash into treasure by creating pieces with Bishop Canevin students: Kelsey Adamski, Ayla Altman, Miriam Hardy, Addison Hillebrand, Gretchen Klauss, Alexis Leppert-Bell, Emily Maida, Clare Ruffing, and Hannah Zurbola

This project fulfills one of the action items for Mayor Riley's National Wildlife Federation Mayor's Monarch Pledge.

 

Mayor Stacie Riley presented Carlynton rising junior Leslie Rwigyema with the Mayor's Monarch Conservation Pledge Creative Award for her original freeform lament poem. The presentation took place Sunday afternoon at Third Street Art Gallery.

Mayor Riley renews

Mayor's Monarch Pledge for 2022

 
MAYOR RILEY PRESENTS MAC JOHNSON with PSAB'S DISTINGUISHED JUNIOR COUNCILPERSON AWARD

INDEPENDENCE DAY

CELEBRATION FIREWORKS

CARNEGIE MEMORIAL DAY PARADE

Mac Johnson served as junior councilperson for the Borough of Carnegie during his senior year at Canevin. He will attend Notre Dame in the fall.

CRISTY CRAWSHAW HOSTED DOGAPALOOZA ~ JUNE 5
MAYOR STACIE RILEY & REP. ANITA KULIK CELEBRATE 70 YEARS WITH FORSYTHE MINI GOLF
 

JUNIOR COUNCIL PROGRAM

Outgoing Junior Councilperson Sam Bigham gave his final report during the October 11 council meeting where he was honored by PSAB President Thomas Gramling Sr. for his accomplishments during his year-long term. Sam is a sophomore at Indiana University of PA where he majors in Honors History and Political Science, serves on student government, and is on the Dean's List. Incoming Junior Councilperson Maclaen Johnson was sworn in by Mayor Stacie Riley during the October 11 council meeting. Mac is a senior at Bishop Canevin High School where he is an honor student and involved in many activities. Mac is an enthusiastic community volunteer and strong advocate of the Andrew Carnegie Free Library and Concert Hall.
 
Carnegie Connections Municipal Newsletter

Spring-Summer 2022

Vol 3 Issue 1

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Fall-Winter 2021-22

Vol 2 Issue 2

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Spring-Summer 2021

Vol 2 Issue 1

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Fall-Winter 2019-20

Vol 1 Issue 2
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Spring-Summer 2019

Vol 1 Issue 1
PA State Association of Boroughs 2019 Communication Contest 3rd Place Winner

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WE NEED YOUR INPUT . . .

As part of a free program offered by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, the Borough of Carnegie is developing a greenhouse gas inventory and Climate Action Plan. This plan will help us understand greenhouse gas emission sources in our community and develop strategies to minimize our carbon footprint. The Borough is seeking input from community members to help guide this plan. Your participation in the survey is an important part of the process and we appreciate your response. The survey should take about 10 minutes to complete.

CLICK HERE for SURVEY

CLICK HERE for INFORMATION and VIDEOS

 

Keep PA Beautiful

Clean Up Volunteers

Alicia Kesneck, James Kozdra, and from RPG Resources - Kelly Sonetti, Josh Sonetti, Greg Bzorek, Dave Schuster, Joe Kasper, Sarah Ireland, Ethan Hurley

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Thanks to Parkway Tech Students
Jessica Anderson, Alexandra Cucu & Brittany Darcy and Congratulations in placing 3rd at the SkillsUSA Pennsylvania State & Leadership Conference on April 6-8 in Hershey PA

Community service project by seniors from Parkway Tech's Veterinary Assistant Technology program community.
Mayor Riley and State Rep. Anita Astorino Kulik were on hand for the ribbon cutting.
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CONGRATULATIONS

BOYS & GIRLS CLUB WPA!

3R Poetry Slam written by Juan Perez

Learn more about the Boys & Girls Club

ReMEMBER, ReIMAGINE, ReINVEST! Campaign

Carnegie Clubhouse click here

InstaClubhouse click here


 
Mar 25, 2022  Robert Sawhill, Air Force pilot, POW survivor, Silver Star recipient and Carnegie High School graduate. “I am so fortunate he touched my life.”.
 
 

BOROUGH OF CARNEGIE – The Borough of Carnegie has been recognized as a 2022 Banner Community by County Executive Rich Fitzgerald and the Allegheny League of Municipalities (ALOM). This marks the tenth year of the program which recognizes municipalities that show a commitment to professional development, prudent fiscal management, transparency, accountability, and proactive communications to engage community stakeholders. The Borough of Carnegie is one of 80 organizations recognized this year.

“Everyone wants to live in a safe, prospering neighborhood with widespread opportunity and this designation is a clear indication that’s where our focus is here in Carnegie” said Mayor Stacie Riley. “I am so proud that once again Carnegie is named a 2022 Banner Community." click here to continue reading

 

 

Carnegie Borough Council, The Honorable Mayor Stacie Riley and Carnegie citizens presented a letter of recognition to Juan Perez and the Boys and Girls Club of Western PA at the October 12, 2020 virtual council meeting.

 

Carnegie Junior Councilperson Sam Bigham presented the framed certificate of recognition to Juan Perez on February 5, 2021. Carnegie thanks Juan for being an excellent example to all of how one person can make a difference and positively impact peoples' lives.

 

 

Eagle Scout Tommy Martin's Chartiers Creek Clean Up was the first grant recipient from the Earth Volunteer Fund. On a hot Sunday in July, 33 volunteers led by Tommy spent the day cleaning up Chartiers Creek.

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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

 
 

PITTSBURGH MAGAZINE

Why You Should "Fall" into Home Hunting in These Four Pittsburgh Communities

October 4, 2021 - Rosa Colucci

Autumn is a great time to check out the foliage, and the neighborhoods that accompany it. With fall firmly upon us it’s a good time to spend weekends checking out the changing leaves, as well as all the fall festivals — and the houses around them. click here to continue reading

 

Carnegie is a Community Impact Grant Recipient

PITTSBURGH - Duquesne Light Company (DLC) has announced the first group of microgrant recipients through its Community Impact Grants (CIG) program, the new signature initiative of DLC's Charitable Giving arm. click here to continue reading.

 

Second Place Recognition

2020 PA Borough News

Communications Awards

2019 wall calendar celebrating Carnegie's

125th birthday designed by Alex Popichak

 
             
  3 RIVERS PROUD On July 31, Alcosan launched its new awareness initiative, 3 Rivers Proud. The initiative includes a micro website www.3riversproud.com. The purpose of this project is to educate the public about the importance of 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
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  A new website!
Exciting news: Tree Pittsburgh just launched a brand-new website! We'd love for you to take a look at www.treepittsburgh.org and tell us what you think. Some of the (many) upgrades include a new events calendar, a blog, and a brand-new shop to purchase your favorite Tree Pittsburgh merch.
 
Borough of Carnegie to utilize CodeRED Emergency Notification system
Carnegie, PA � December 5, 2017 � 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. Steve Beuter, Carnegie Borough Manager, cautioned that such systems are only as good as the telephone number database supporting them . . . click here  to continue reading
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Mt. Lebanon features Carnegie in its official Magazine!
May 22, 2017
by Katie Wagner
It�s impossible to live in Mt. Lebanon without at least passing through Carnegie from time to time. Most Mt. Lebanon residents  . . .
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Carnegie Recognized as One of the Best Cities for Millennials in Pennsylvania
May 12, 2017 by David Chen

A recent report recognizing the top 250 best cities in PA for millennials ranks Carnegie at #26! The study analyzed every town and city and considered important factors such as cost of living, age demographics, and median income. Click Here for full report and methodology.

 


Coca-Cola Public Space Recycling Bin Grant Program Awards 30 Recycling Bins to the Borough of Carnegie
MAY 2017 - Keep America Beautiful and The Coca-Cola Company are working together to address on of the primary barriers to recycling in public spaces by making access to recycling bins more readily available and convenient through the Coca-Cola/Keep America Beautiful Public Space Recycling Bin Grant Program. Click Here

 

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  Borough of Carnegie Designated as the
Newest Live Well Allegheny Community

PITTSBURGH September 24, 2016 � Allegheny County Health Department (ACHD) today announced that the Borough of Carnegie is the latest community to receive the designation as a Live Well Allegheny Community. The announcement was made during the Carnegie Open Streets event. The borough�s participation raises the number of municipalities participated in Live Well Allegheny to 32. CLICK HERE for more information.

Carnegie Ranked Among Best Places to
Start a Business in Pennsylvania

Press Release | NerdWallet | August 12, 2015

Press Release CLICK HERE
NerdWallet Blog Article CLICK HERE
by Jonathan Todd

 

 

 

Hometown Legend Lives On | INCOMMUNITY Carlynton-Montour Magazine | W.B. Fresa | Fall 2015 | icmags.com
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THE CHAMBER Pittsburgh Airport Area | October 2014 | Community Profile - Carnegie
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  Window display honors co-founder of Historical Society of Carnegie | Post Gazette | Len Barcousky | August 21, 2015 (photo courtesy of Post Gazette)
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  Top one-act plays to get world premiere in Carnegie | Scott Tady | August 20, 2015 | The Times | Beaver County (photo courtesy of The Times)
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Check This Out: Carnegie's Store with the Window Wonderland | By Jessica Sinichak | August 20, 2015 | Photos by Hannah Harley | Pittsburgh Magazine
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  16 Ways to Have the Best Pittsburgh Trip Ever | by Jose Vennare | Made in Pittsburgh | Arts & Culture
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  9 Places (besides Lawrenceville) PGH Should Be Talking About | by Jose Vennare | Made in Pittsburgh
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  Pittsburgh City Guide: 12 Great Main Streets Waiting for You | by Sean Collier, Lauren Davidson and Jessica Sinichak | Pittsburgh Magazine
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  Carnegie's shopping district boasts mix of retail shops | Post Gazette | By Carole Gilbert Brown | December 18, 2015
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  Carlynton student will light tree to kick off Carnegie Borough holiday season | By Samson X Horne | November 16, 2015 | Trib Total Media
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  Carnegie restores portrait of native Honus Wagner | By Samson X Horne | October 31, 2015 | Trib Total Media
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  Carnegie Elementary teachers, police officers to take to the volleyball court | By Samson X Horne | October 31, 2015 | Trib Total Media
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  America'as Healthiest Housing Markets | Pennsylvania | SMART ASSET | August 25, 2015 CLICK HERE  
  New signs welcome motorists to Carnegie | By Alex Felser | July 28, 2015 | Trib Total Media
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  Carnegie shop takes visitors on nostalgic, tasty journey | By Alex Felser | July 15, 2015 | Trib Total Media
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  Celebrating Carnegie�s History & Future Jack Kobistek, Joanne Letcher and Dan McGrogan stop by to talk about the past and future of Carnegie! | KDKA Pittsburgh Today CLICK HERE   Carnegie motorcycle rental business offers 'travel experience' | By Alex Felser | May 27, 2015 | Trib Total Media
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  In The Lead: Carnegie / The comeback continues | Post Gazette | Diana Nelson Jones | May 14, 2015
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  Pa. police departments worry order on criminal seizures hurts bottom line | By Megan Guza | January 28, 2015 | Trib Total Media
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  Officials keep Carnegie skatepark open, will leave light on | By Alex Felser | January 6, 2015 | Trib Total Media
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