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8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
For Public Inspection
Quarter 2014 Report
2015 Notice of Meetings
Oakmont Comprehensive Plan
Hulton Bridge Project Website
For all information related to the Hulton Bridge replacement, please visit the project website at www.thehultonbridge.com
Ticket Processor Opening
The Borough of Oakmont is seeking a qualified applicant for a 10-hour-per-week, Monday thru Friday, position with the Police Department as a Ticket Processor to process all parking tickets, non-traffic citations and traffic citations issued by the Police Department. Computer literacy a must. Training, including the Visual Alert Program, will be provided. Necessary background investigations will be conducted on all applicants. Applications should be submitted to the Borough Office at 767 Fifth Street, e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or faxed to 412-828-3479 by Friday, March 27th at 4:00 PM. To view the job description, click here
Hulton Bridge Traffic Patterns
Due to construction of the new Hulton Bridge, a two-phased change in traffic patterns will occur near the construction zone in the next few months. Beginning on March 9th, the lower portion of Second Street and Borough Street will be closed to traffic. This closure will last into April 2015. The second phase, beginning in April, will restrict Hulton Road to two 11-foot travel lanes, one eastbound and one westbound, from Speedway to the Hulton Bridge. For more information, click here
Recycle Drive/Collection Event
April 11, 2015
Pittsburgh Mills Mall
April 25, 2015
Pittsburgh Mills Mall
At these recycle events individuals have been able to recycle items such as e-waste, cell phones, polystyrene, fluorescent bulbs, alkaline batteries, Freon appliances, tires, and more. Follow this link for acceptable materials and any associated fees.
Earned Income Tax Filing
Residents are reminded to file their annual local Earned Income Tax Return
with Keystone Collections Group before April 15, 2015. Please be sure to read the Instructions
before completing the form.
County Updates Open Burn Regulations
Residents are to be advised that revisions to Allegheny County's regulations on open burning will take effect on January 1, 2015. Among the revisions that will take effect are limits to the size of a wood fire, new setback requirements for outdoor fireplaces, and restrictions on what materials can be burned. For a more complete list of revisions to the County's Burning Ordinance, click here
Adopted Zoning Ordinance and Zoning Map
At the October 13, 2014 Regular Meeting of Oakmont Borough Council, a new Zoning Ordinance and Zoning Map were adopted. Copies of the new Zoning Ordinance are available at the Borough Offices. The new Zoning Map can be viewed here
FIOS IN OAKMONT
Â– Oakmont residents should be advised that the Borough does not yet have a contract with Verizon to provide FIOS in our town. We have been told repeatedly by Verizon officials that Â“when theyÂ’re readyÂ” they will send us a contract to sign for this service. The Borough of Oakmont is not
responsible for our residents not being able to obtain FIOS from Verizon. The Borough of Oakmont has informed Verizon to Cease and Desist
from claims that the Borough of Oakmont is preventing them from providing FIOS to its residents.
- Monday, March 02
7:00 PM Council Work Session
- Monday, March 09
7:00 PM Council Regular Meeting
- Wednesday, March 11
6:30 PM at Library – Library Board Meeting
- Monday, March 16
7:00 PM Planning Commission Meeting
- Thursday, March 19
7:00 PM Recreation Board Meeting
- Tuesday, March 31
7:15 PM Boulevard Project Board Meeting
Oakmont...small town charm, big city choices!
In 1889 Oakmont was incorporated from the second ward of the Borough of Verona with 1,600 residents, a dozen stores and four sizable industries: Allegheny Valley Railroad, Dexter Spring Company, Verona Tool Works and the Agnew Glass Company. In 2014 Oakmont proudly celebrates 125 years of incorporation as a borough.
Oakmont is a borough of 1.57 square miles of small hills and wooded areas 14 miles northeast of the city of Pittsburgh in Southwestern Pennsylvania nestled near Plum Creek and along the Allegheny River. As of the 2010 Census, the borough has a population of 6,303. Oakmont is governed by a council of 7 elected volunteer community leaders who employ a manager and work collaboratively with an elected volunteer mayor and an appointed chief of police, police officers and a volunteer fire department. more