Welcome to Churchill Borough

A residential community located 10 miles east of Pittsburgh, the Borough of Churchill offers welcoming neighborhoods, wooded hills, and a rich history dating back to 1773.  2.5 square miles in area with a population of 3,011, Churchill Borough welcomes you.

After exploring our website, if you have any questions, please visit our Contact Us page or call the Borough office at 412-241-7113.

Public Announcements 

Council Vacancy:

There is a vacancy on Council for the Borough of Churchill.  Please submit all letters of interest and resumes via U.S. mail  to the Borough of Churchill, 2300 William Penn Highway, Pittsburgh, PA 15235 or hand-delivered to the Borough Office by Friday, August 24, 2018 at 4:00 PM.  All interested applicants will be interviewed on Tuesday, September 4, 2018 beginning at 7:00 PM.  After all the interviews are conducted, Council will appoint the new candidate for the Council Vacancy.

Deadline for Newsletter Information:

Any resident or organization of the Borough of Churchill wishing to submit information/article for the upcoming newsletter, please forward it to the office@churchillborough.com or to the borough office at 2300 William Penn Highway, Pittsburgh, PA 15235 by Friday, September 14, 2018 at 4:00 PM.‚Äč

Swiftreach Program:

In an effort to provide more reliable communication to our residents and businesses within the borough, we have implemented the Swiftreach Networks, Inc. as our Emergency Notification Service Provider.  This system will enable us to launch alerts to your home or cell phone.  It will be used to communicate Borough information only.  If you would like to participate in this program, you have a couple of options: You can login into the Swiftreach Portal located at the right of this page, or complete the attached participation form and return it to:  Borough of Churchill, 2300 William Penn Highway, Pittsburgh, PA, 15235 or email the form to the office@churchillborough.com.  Also, if a resident gets new information pertaining to their email, phone number, etc., please contact the Borough Office with the updated information as soon as possible or login onto the Swiftreach website and update your information.

Deputy Constables needed for Election Day:

Deputy Constables are needed to serve for the upcoming Election Day in District 2 and 3 at St. John Fisher Church, 33 Lewin Lane, in Beaufort Hall (downstairs) and District 4 at Pace School (lower entrance), 2432 Greensburg Pike (next to the WHHS) and would be reporting to Timothy Tassone, Constable.  Duties include:  MUST be available at the Voting Poll location from 7 AM to 8 PM on each Primary/Election Day (May & November), monitor voter traffic flow and eligibility (if questioned), and be sure to restrict candidate solicitations via candidate or volunteer with handbills, etc. to be AT LEAST 60 feet from Polling Place entrance/registration desk, and do not allow photos and/or videos to be taken at Voting machines/screens.  The qualifications to hold the position of Deputy Constable are as follows:  Must be a resident of Churchill Borough, must be a registered voter, must have a PA Driver's License (I.D.), must have a Social Security Number, and must NOT have a criminal/arrest record.  Compensation is $95.00/day from the Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas.  Interested residents must submit their Letter of Interest and qualifications to Kevin Collins at Kcollins@churchillborough.com or if you have any questions, please call the Borough Office @ 412-241-7113.

Churchill Borough Building Cardboard Container:

The Cardboard Container is now placed in the Lower Lot of the Borough Building.  Please place cardboard ONLY in the container.  Please make sure all the cardboard placed in the container is folded and flattened.  You assistance in this matter would be greatly appreciated.

Garbage/Recycling Service News Update:


The Churchill Borough model of managing waste addresses a movement toward ZERO waste (reduce, re-use, recycle), aesthetics (waste collected in bins only), and cost (by controlling utilization and using automated service).

These are a few reminders.  For a more detailed explanation, please refer to the WASTE MANAGEMENT INFORMATIONAL PACKET.

*All refuse/trash/garbage must be placed in an appropriate automated bins.  Trash in bags or boxes outside the bins will not be collected.
*Recycling is now mandated.  Please utilize the automated bin with a yellow lid.
*A limit of two (2) bulk items may be placed at the curb for pick-up on the 1st Tuesday of each month.  You may call and pay Waste Management to pick-up more than two (2) items, or have a pick-up on a non-scheduled bulk item day.  Examples of bulk items includes:  Appliances with freon removed, furniture, limited amount of carpeting, mattresses, etc.  Refuse in bags or boxes DO NOT qualify as a bulk item.  Building materials DO NOT qualify as bulk items.
*To participate in the electronic or hazardous waste program, you must set up a collection appointment.  There are three ways to schedule a collection:

Civil Service Commission Vacancy:

There is vacancy for a new candidate on the Churchill Borough Civil Service Commission.This position is for a six-year term. Please review the attached document explaining the Rules and Guidelines of the Civil Service Commission. All interested candidates, please submit a Letter of Interest and Resume to the office@churchillborough.com or via U.S. Mail to the Borough of Churchill, Attention: Churchill Borough Council, 2300 William Penn Highway, Pittsburgh, PA 15235.   If you have any questions pertaining to this vacancy, please do not hesitate to call the Borough Office at 412-241-7113.


Monroeville Jazz Festival - Saturday, August 18, 2018 at the Tall Trees Amphitheather - Monroeville Community Park West.  Gates open at 2:00 PM.  Please review attached flyer.
Heinz History Center Presents:  "It's A Hockey Night in Pittsburgh! 1893 to Present - Saturday, September 22nd, 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM at the Yagle Community Center.  Free to All.  Light refreshments will be served.
Braddock's Battlefield History Center guided Tour and Lecture - Saturday, October 6th from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM.  Opened in 2012, this museum and visitors center is located on the actual site of the 1755 Battle of the Monongahela.  It features a collection of art, documents, and artifacts about the Braddock Expedition and the French and Indian War as it unfolded at the Forks of Ohio.  Come and enjoy this treasure.
Halloween Party - Sunday, October 28th from 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM in the Yagle Community Center.  Come in costume and enjoy games, prizes, treats, and entertainment.  This year's craft will be provided by Pittsburgh Center for Creative Reuse.  Free to all.

More Articles and Local News

Visit our News page for more up-to-date information, our Calendar page for the latest happenings, and our Recreation section for details on upcoming community projects and events.

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