Friday, 28 April 2017

Welcome to Pleasant Hills Borough

Pleasant Hills Borough
Pleasant Hills Boro Building410 E. Bruceton Road, Pittsburgh, PA 15236

Borough Offices: 412.655.3300
Borough Fax: 412.655.5048

Police, Ambulance, or Fire Emergency: 911
Police Non-Emergency: 412.655.5045

Email the Boro: Click HERE

As you travel south on Route 51 from Pittsburgh, you'll pass through many townships and boroughs which border on the "51 Corridor". Just six and a half miles from the Liberty Tunnels sits Pleasant Hills Borough in the heart of the South Hills of Allegheny County.



Soliciting Permits PDF Print

All door to door solicitation requires a Soliciting Permit from the Borough. Applications for soliciting permits are located in the Administration Department, 2nd floor of the Municipal Building.  Application fees are as follows: $25/day, $75/six days and $150/month, per person. For additional information please call the Administration Department at 412-655-3300.

Summer Recreation/Public Works Employment Applications PDF Print

2017 Summer Recreation Employment Applications and Public Works Summer Employment Applications are now available in the Administration Department, 2nd Floor of the Municipal Building, M-F, 8:30am thru 4:30pm.

Door to Door Soliciting PDF Print

A Solicitor for COMCAST will be in Pleasant Hills Borough starting March 13, 2017 thru March 13, 2018 soliciting Comcast cable services.

Also, a Solicitor for TRUGREEN Lawn Care will be in Pleasant Hills Borough starting April 25, 2017 thru May 25, 2017 soliciting lawn care services.

These Solicitor's have registered with the Borough, have the Borough's "No Solicitation List" and should not knock at your door if you have registered to be on the Borough's List.

If you have any questions, please contact the Pleasant Hills Police Non-Emergency phone number 412-655-5045.  If you should need Police response call 911.  Thank you.

Update on Municipal Projects PDF Print


1.  The boiler in the Municipal Building has been replaced with a new high efficiency boiler; this replaces the original 1960's boiler.

2.  The new flag poles and lighting have been installed at the Breisinger Memorial.  We would like to extend a "Thank You" to the Pleasant Hills Rotary Club for making the project a reality.  Their generous donations enabled these upgrades.  Look for future upgrades as weather permits.

3.  The new wet weather equalization facility near the Toyota Dealership is ongoing and on schedule.  The sanitary sewer replacement in the Sunrise area has also begun.  This work will encompass Old Lebanon Church Road.  Residents should be aware that as the Sunrise Sanitary Sewer Project progresses, the contractor will be closing Old Lebanon Church Road in two phases.  The first phase will be Old Lebanon Church Road between Glenburn and Regis Avenue.  The second phase of Old Lebanon Church Road will be between Glenburn and Orchard Drive.  These closures will be daily from 7am-5pm, Monday-Friday.  Residents residing in this area will have access to their homes and driveways at all times.  No thru traffic will be permitted.

4.  Design is complete for the 60 year old Tassel Lane sanitary sewer pump station and force main.  The project is waiting for DEP permits to move forward.

5.  The Arbor Lane storm sewer replacement is out for bid.


1.  Pennsylvania American Water is preforming system upgrades in the Tara Drive and Maplevale Drive areas, as well as Faith, Sabbath and Bliss Drives. 

Deborah A. Englert, Borough Manager can be contacted at 412-655-5032 for additional details on the above projects.

Board Vacancies PDF Print

Pleasant Hills Borough is seeking an individual to fill a vacancy on the PA Uniform Construction Code Board of Appeals.

Military Banner Program PDF Print

Pleasant Hills Banner Program Honors Military Residents Service.
Click HERE for details.

Pleasant Hills Borough also will accept donations of $80 to be used toward future banners, and council anticipates that members of the Pleasant Hills American Legion Post 712 might know of other veterans who should be honored.



MS4 - Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System PDF Print

What is a MS4?

Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System - Any conveyance that is:

Used for collecting and/or conveying stormwater
Owned by a municipality or any other public body
Not used as a combined sewer
Not part of Publically Owned Treatment Works

Please visit the DEP's MS4 website for more details and information.

Solicitation Exclusion Request Form PDF Print

Please click here to complete the "Solicitation Exclusion Request Form".  Send the form to the Borough of Pleasant Hills and your address will be added to the Borough's "No Soliciting List."

Dog Licenses PDF Print

Annual Fee: $10.00

The owner of any dog within the Borough of Pleasant Hills is required to obtain a license as of the first business day of January of each year and every year thereafter. The owner of any dog more than six months old may obtain a dog license per Boro Code 150.1, at the Municipal Building, Administration Department, 2nd Floor for each dog owned or kept.  A license must be obtained as of the date the dog is six months of age. Therefore, if the dog turns six months old after the first business day of a year, a license must be obtained for the remainder of that calendar year.



No vehicle shall be parked upon any public street within the limits of the Borough for a period longer than 30 minutes between the hours of 2:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m.


Please contact the Borough first if you have a sewer back-up at your home.



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Before you start a 
project, check with
the Building/Zoning
Department at
412-655-5034 to
see what permits
are required.


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