Churchill News

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2018 Spring Leaf & Yard Waste Program - May 30th, June 12th & 26th, July 10th & 24th.  Place leaves and yard waste in paper biodegradable bags at the curb on evening prior to pickup date.  You do not have to schedule a pickup, Waste Management will be managing the program.
"Black Gold Distribution" - Saturday, June 9 & June 16, 2018 from 8:00 AM to 1:00 PM at the corner of Business Route 22 & Rodi Road.  Bring your own containers and there is a suggested donation of $2/vehicle.  Delivery will be available at a cost of $10/bucket of mulch (2 buckets equals 4 cubic yards), plus $30.00 for delivery.  Please contact the Borough Office for delivery arrangements.  All orders must be pre-paid at the Borough Office before delivery can be made.
Borough-Wide Yard Sale Day - Saturday, June 23rd from 8:00 AM to 1:00 PM (Rain or Shine).  It's time for a late Spring cleaning while making some money in the process.  Let the Borough Office know you will participate prior to June 16th (No Cost) and we will advertise the date and addresses involved via website, newspaper, resident e-mail notice, Facebook, NextDoor Churchill and flyers.
Churchill Borough's Community Day - Saturday, August 11th from 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM at the Pace School front yard located on Greensburg Pike.  Join your neighbors and friends for some community fun.  There will be entertainment, crafts, and activities for the kids.  The local clubs and organizations will have informational booths.  Lunch items and snacks will be available to purchase.  The event will be rain or shine (with tents for shade/shelter).  Come make this event a success!
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.

Churchill Borough Police Department News Alert!

The Churchill Borough Police Department would like to remind all residents to keep their vehicles locked at all times.  Please do not leave items such as cash, computers, wallets, or any other valuables inside vehicles.  If you observe or hear any suspicious activity, please call 911.

Retire Old Glory

Churchill now offers a program for retiring American Flags in a dignified and respectful manner when they are no longer suitable for display.  Visit our Old Glory page for details.  Thanks to the Churchill/Wilkins Rotary Club for sponsoring the flag collection bin now in the lobby of the Churchill Borough Building.

Courtesy Reminders...

It's great to see many home improvement projects are underway in the Borough. Please remember to remove contractor signs from your yard. Borough ordinance prohibits these types of advertising signs. Also, to help keep the borough aesthetically pleasing and as a courtesy to your neighbors, make sure garbage cans are not visible from the street. The cans may be stored at any side or rear yard location properly screened/shielded from adjoining residential properties.

Free Rides for Senior Citizens

Senior citizens (age 65 or over) presenting a Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Senior Citizen Identification card (blue for men and yellow for women) or a Medicare card at the time of fare payment, can ride Port Authority service for free at all times. Applications for Pennsylvania Senior Citizen Identification Cards are now available at the Churchill Borough Office. Applications must be completed at the Borough Office (no take home applications), and must be made in person. When applying, the senior whose name will be on the card must present one of the following as proof of age: photo driver's license, birth certificate, armed forces discharge/separation papers, baptismal certificate, PACE ID card, passport/naturalization papers, Pennsylvania ID card, a statement of age from the US Social Security Administration. Applicants should receive their senior citizen transit ID cards at their home address in 1-3 weeks, and cards can be used on most public transit systems in the state of Pennsylvania (check with the transit system if in doubt). Please note: bus schedules for routes servicing Churchill area, the East Busway and the Airport are available at the Churchill Borough Office.


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