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The Fee Schedules can be found on the Borough website at www.baldwinborough.org on the "Forms" page.
Applications for employment can be found on the Baldwin Borough website at www.baldwinborough.org listed under the Forms tab. You can also get an application at the Municipal Building located at 3344 Churchview Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15236.
The Municipal Building is located at 3344 Churchview Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15227
Building hours are Monday- Friday 8:30 am - 4:30 pm Please call during Holidays to inquire about specific times
Baldwin Borough is now part of the South Hills Cooperative Animal Control (SHCAC) along with Mt. Lebanon, Upper St. Clair, Castle Shannon, Dormont, Greentree, Mt. Lebanon, Scott, and Whitehall.
Residents should call 911 to report animals running at large, and to report injured or dead animals. This is the preferred method of contact by the general public. County Dispatch will in turn contact animal control. Note: they do not deal with any skunks trapped or otherwise.
Contact the Borough Code Enforcement office with complaint and address of property
You can get a pet license at the Baldwin Municipal Building. Please bring a current rabies certificate and $5.00 for the tag.
You can also submit an application online and the tag will be mailed to you for $5.50.
David Depretis - Mayor
John Egger - Council
Marianne Conley - Council Vice-President
Council has both their Agenda setting Meeting and Regular Meeting at the Municipal Building. The Agenda Meeting is on the 2nd Tuesday and the Regular Meeting is on the 3rd Tuesday of the month.
On the Borough Website under Agendas. Council Meeting Minutes of the present month are not approved until the following month at the Regular Council Meeting (every 2nd Tuesday of the month).
Before any final paperwork is released for a property transfer (sale), everything must be fulfilled. This means that the dye test, camera test, and occupancy inspection must be completed and settled before the lien letter is generated.
In order to control loading in the sanitary sewer, the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) requires each local government to adopt a corrective action plan. One of the requirements of the plan is to reduce overloads to the sanitary sewer by removing rain, or storm water, from the lines. A dye test will confirm that down spouts are not connected to the sanitary system.
Before any final paperwork is released for a property transfer (sale), everything mus be fulfilled. This means that the dye test, camera test, and occupancy inspection must be completed and settled before the lien letter is generated.
Use the ’report a concern’ link on the left or call the Code Enforcement office at 412-882-9600 x1719.
Use the Request Tracker to file all complaints. Or call the Borough Code Office at 412-882-9600 x 1719.
The Borough Codes can be found on the Borough website at www.baldwinborough.org under the Your Government tab then Borough Ordinances.
Please contact our Building/Code Enforcement Officer at 412-882-9600 x1719
Contact the Borough Code Enforcement office with your complaint and the address of property
A copy of a specific code can be printed off the website or you can ask for a copy from the Administration Department at the Municipal Building.
The Code Enforcement/ Zoning Officer handles: building permits, occupancy/fire inspections, Borough Codes and zoning.
Jordan Tax Service
Gail Mikush is the Real Estate Tax Collector for Baldwin Borough
You can find all of the library events on their website at http://baldwinborolibrary.org
The Baldwin Swimming Pool was available for private parties before Covid-19.The decision to provide private parties is made on a yearly basis and it is based on the amount of staff the pool management company provides. Please call the borough to confirm if we are able to accommodate private pool parties for the upcoming summer.
If private parties are being offered, the rentals will be handled by the pool clerks at the front desk.
$100 rental fee and a $100 refundable deposit
Building permits must be obtained for all new construction, enlargement, alteration, removal, or destruction of a building or structure. Permits are also required for installation of any general wiring or electrical devices, plumbing and gas installations, mechanical installations, and fire alarm or suppression installations.
You can find a copy of a building permit on the borough website or at the Borough building. A schedule of fees is also listed on the website and can be obtained at the building as well.
The Building/Zoning Permit applications can be found on the Borough website or at the Municipal Building at 3344 Churchview Ave. Pittsburgh, PA 15227
These forms can be found at the Borough Building or online
To have a new child car seat installed in a vehicle, or to have a current seat checked for proper self-installation, please contact the PA TECHS website
Please scroll down and highlight the NHTSA Child Car Seat Inspection Station Locator icon to help you find a child car seat inspection station nearest you. Certified technicians will inspect your child car seat,in most cases, free of charge – and show you how to correctly install and use it. This service is done by appointment only.
Find a Car Seat Check
Many jobs require applicants to be cleared through federal or state background checks. As a part of these checks, applicants must have ink fingerprints processed by a police officer. The cost are as follows:
Residents: $5 (2 card minimum)
Non-residents: $10 (2 card minimum)
Subject to officer availability.
Any resident or commercial establishment located in the Borough of Baldwin who has a fire alarm system or a security system is required to register said alarm system with the Police Department, pursuant to Borough of Baldwin Ordinance Number 753. Those failing to obtain appropriate permits are subject to a penalty. The annual coverage period runs from April 1st through March 31st and renewal notification is mailed prior to the new coverage period. If you have any questions, please contact the Police Department at 412-882-9600, ext 1714.
Applications for block parties/special events must be submitted to the Police Department 15 days prior to the date of the event. Applications are subject to approval by the Chief of Police and President of Council. If you have any questions, please call 412-881-1300, Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Anyone wishing to solicit/peddle goods and/or services door to door in the Borough of Baldwin is required to obtain a solicitation permit. Along with the application, applicants are required to submit a recent criminal background check and provide a copy of a valid photo identification to the Police Department. The fee is $10/day/person. Upon Approval applicants are issued a solicitation photo identification card displaying their name, company name, and expiration date.
Residents who do not wish to have solicitors come to their door can have their address added to the "Do Not Solicit" list by calling 412-882-9600, ext 1714 and a door/window decal will be mailed to you. Residents are also encouraged to contact police (911) should anyone come to their door soliciting goods or services without a proper and valid Borough Solicitation Permit.
To submit a Citizen Complaint or a Police Misconduct form to the Baldwin Borough Police Department:
If you would like to file a complaint or Police misconduct form, please click on the document link below.
Baldwin Borough Citizen Complaint and/or Police Misconduct Form
Contact the police department with your safety concerns.
No. You must stop at the main police station or have an officer respond to your location/residence in Baldwin Borough. Police Department hours are Mon.-Fri. 8:30 am - 4:30 pm. The non-emergency phone number is (412)881-1300.
No. Restrictions apply.
Contact the police department with the street the vehicle is parked on, the make/model of the vehicle, and how long it has been parked in that particular area.
Contact the police station to have your address added. A decal will be mailed for you to place on your front door.
1. Remain cool and calm
2. Identify yourself and have a physical form of identification
3. Cooperate and speak clearly
4. DO NOT threaten or touch the Police Officer
5. Ask to see identification or a police badge
6. Click here for additional tips and information
Please contact the Public Works Department at (412) 882-9600 x1717
Please contact the Public Works Department at (412) 882-9600 x1717
Pennsylvania American Water can be reached either by phone at 1(800) 565-7292 or online at http://www.amwater.com/paaw
Please contact the Public Works Department at (412) 882-9600 x 1717
A copy of the trash/recycling schedule can be found on the Baldwin Borough website or at the Municipal Building.
A copy of the solid waste ordinance can be found on the Borough website at www.baldwinborough.org or at the Municipal Building.
This service is FREE of charge to all Baldwin Borough residents with Waste Management. Please call their "At Your Door Special Collection: number: (800) 449-7587 to schedule a pick up time and date.
You can contact Waste Management at 1-(800) 866-4460 to let them know your trash/recycling was not picked up.
A Home Collection Program for Household Generated Special Materials including ELECTRONICS (TVs, computers, VCR's, etc.) is called "At Your Door Special Collection".
This program, offered by Waste Management free of charge can be set up three ways. Go to www.WMAtYourDoor.com, Call 1-800-449-7587 Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 8:00 pm Eastern Time or email AtYourDoor@WM.com.