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West Penn Power Presentation
Due to some residents' concerns about recent power outages, a representative from West Penn Power gave a presentation and answered some customers' questions during the Board of Commissioners Informational & General Affairs meeting on Jan. 27. 
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Columbia Gas Pipeline Project
Columbia Gas begag a pipeline project on Jan. 6, 2020. The project begins at Tall Trees/Morrow Road, extends down Morrow Road to Mayview Road, and then runs northwest up Mayview Road to the new development at Laurel Place. Residents in this area should have received notices from the gas company in the mail. The project is expected to last two months, weather permitting. Work will be performed between 7:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. Monday through Saturday. 

Christmas Tree Recycling
The Upper St. Clair Christmas Tree Recycling Project begins Dec. 26, 2019 and runs through Jan. 31, 2020. Remove all decorations from the tree and drop it off in the Public Works small parking lot on the corner of McLaughlin Run Road and Truxton Drive. For questions, call Public Works at 412-831-9000 ext. 271. 

Upper St. Clair to Again Host All-Star Weekend
The Miracle League of the South Hills was chosen to host the 2020 Pirates Charities All-Star Weekend.

McMillan & Lesnett Road Construction
McMillan Road's full closure has ended. The PennDOT contractor will continue work with single lane restrictions on McMillan Road, along with Lesnett Road, Kelso and Robb Hollow Roads in Mt. Lebanon, and Chartiers Street in Bridgeville. Check back for updates. 

McLaughlinRun Roundabout Project
In 2020, PennDOT plans to replace the signalized intersection at McLaughlin Run, Lesnett and McMillan Roads with a roundabout. Click here to view PennDOT's presentation on the project. Please note that the timeline has changed to 2020. 

Boyce Mayview Park Perimeter Trail
Click here to view the presentation on the final phases of the Boyce Mayview Park Perimeter Trail. 

Community & Recreation Center Assessment
A Facilities Implementation Team (FIT) has been created to prioritize improvements and changes to the Community & Recreation Center, which includes elected officials, C&RC employees and residents. The meetings are open to the public. Click here to view the Community & Recreation Center Facility Assessment Report. 

Recycling Tags


On July 10, Waste Management will begin leaving tags on recycling bins that have visible trash in them. Please do your best to recycle correctly.
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Glass Recycling for Residents in Upper St. Clair

Pennsylvania Resources Council organizes glass recycling pop-up collection events in the South Hills. The 2020 dates will be announced soon.
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Michael Brothers Hauling & Recycling accepts glass and cardboard for recycling during their normal business hours.
Hours: Monday-Friday 7 a.m.-5 p.m. and Saturday 7 a.m.-1 p.m.
Address: 901 Horning Road, Pittsburgh, PA 15236
For questions, please call 412-835-6428.

Guidelines for Maintaining Creeks in Upper St. Clair 
The PA Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) has guidelines for maintaining streams and creeks across the state. Please review the booklet to understand what property owners can do to help prevent flooding in local creeks. 
DEP Stream Maintenance Booklet 

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