On April 12, 2018, City Council enacted Ordinance 18-07. This Ordinance introduces the purchase of stickers for non mandated garbage bags used by Residential Customers. If using a non mandated garbage bag, the bag should not exceed 32 gallons and a sticker must be placed on the bag for pickup. For Commercial non dumpster accounts, the Ordinance requires City mandated bags or stickers on a non mandated bag. Stickers cost forty cents each and are sold in sheets of ten. The stickers may be purchased at City Hall, Treasurer's Office.
The Ordinance also changes the one large item pickup from April through September to all year round. You can put out one large item out for pickup the first full week of the month all year round. If you have items that can't wait to be put out on the designated week, you can still purchase stickers for those items in the Treasurer's Office.
The Ordinance orders that no construction debris materials, including without limitation, cement, plaster, lumber, bricks, stone, wire, nails, metal, and other building materials commonly used in construction and structural repair work, shall be placed for collection in mandated or non mandated bags. These materials will not be allowed in temporary City leased dumpsters either. If you have materials of this kind to dispose of, you will need to contact an outside hauler and also get a dumpster permit from the Office of the City Clerk. If you have questions please feel free to contact City Hall, 724-527-4000 ext 10, 12, 14, or 15.
will be held at the Jeannette Public Library on Tuesday, April 24, 2018 at 10:30 am or Thursday, April 26, 2018 at 10:30 am. Call 724-523-5702 to register.
Deborah Milito author of "What You Can Do When You Lose a Loved One" will be signing books on Saturday, April 21, 2018. She will be available for questions and the book will be available for sale. For more info, please call the Library at 724-523-5702.
The Father’s Heart Ministries is conducting a “Back to School” Outreach at the Third
Street Parking Lot on Clay Avenue in Jeannette on August 11, 2018 from noon to 5 p.m
The City Clean Up scheduled for Saturday, April 7, 2018 has been cancelled due to weather. The City Clean Up has been rescheduled for Sunday, May 20, 2018, 9am City Hall.
There will be a Homebuyer Seminar at City Hall, Council Chambers, on April 7, 2018, 9am until noon. For more information contact Diana Reitz at 724-527-4000 x 30.
the Great American Clean Up will be held on April 7, 2018, 8am until noon. The Magee Avenue Parking Lot will be clean up central. Hope to see everyone there!!
The Fresh Food Distributions will be held in the Magee Avenue Parking Lot on the following dates:
Monday, March 26, 2018
Monday, June 4, 2018
Thursday, August 23, 2018
Monday, November 5, 2018
The City of Jeannette Police Department is deeply saddened by the recent events that have taken place in Florida and elsewhere in our country. The safety of the students, faculty and staff that attend the Jeannette City School District is our top priority. The Police Department along with the School District employ a variety of security measures in an effort to provide a safe and secure learning environment. These measures reflect our commitment and high expectations for the safety of all of the students, faculty and staff. In 2015 the City of Jeannette and the Jeannette City School District entered into an agreement to have a full time School Resource Officer stationed at the schools during the school year. This officer is a certified instructor in A.L.I.C.E. and CRASE (Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events) and has extensive training in other areas related to school violence. He is a member of the School District’s EOP (Emergency Operations Plan) committee. This Committee meets regularly to discuss ways the School District can better prepare itself to deal with a potential incident at the school. The Police Department has also assisted the School District in making improvements to the school grounds and buildings in the attempts to make the school campuses safer. The Police Department and School Administrators conducted “Active Shooter” trainings with faculty and staff and more are planned for the future. Police Officers regularly patrol school zones and bus stops on a daily basis. Going forward, Emergency Evacuation Drills will be conducted and more training will be offered. As we are all saddened by past events, we also learn from each one of those events to better prepare ourselves to protect the students, faculty and staff. The City of Jeannette Police Department and the Jeannette City School District encourages you to learn and prepare for emergencies that may occur in our community and home. If you have any questions or concerns about school safety, contact Cpl. Chris Mason (SRO) or Police Chief Shannon Binda. Remember “IF YOU SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING” you never know whose life you may be saving.
The City of Jeannette Police Department has a new Drug Hotline, 724-527-4000 ext. 11. Please notify the Police Department of any suspected drug activity that has you concerned. Leave a detailed message. If you would like a returned call, leave your name and number and someone will return your call at our earliest convenience.
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