Homestead Streetside Gallery
Rivers of Steel Arts and Steel Valley Arts Council collaborated with local artists from across the Pittsburgh region to create a series of temporary murals and paintings. These colorful gestures, ranging in size from the intimate scale of a poster to the impact of a full wall, can be found on the sides of buildings and in the windows of shops throughout Seventh, Eighth, and Ninth Avenues in Homestead, PA. If you’re in the area, explore Homestead this fall of 2020 to see familiar places in a new way!
Veterans Helping Veterans
For more information please take a look at the flyer.
Homestead Community Day – CANCELLED
Homestead Community Day IS CANCELLED FOR Saturday, July 25th at Frick Park from 12pm – 8pm. For more information they can contact the office at 412-461-1340.
Coronavirus Information Updates
Please visit our Coronavirus Information Updates page for latest news.
Carnegie of Homestead Patrons
The Carnegie of Homestead is committed to providing a healthy and safe environment for all patrons and our staff. We continue to follow the information and recommendations that have been communicated by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the Center for Disease Control (CDC) regarding the COVID-19 virus. Given the fluidity of this situation, plans may change and event cancellations may occur. We will continue to keep you updated.
For updated information download our flyer Carnegie of Homestead Patrons.
For more information on the Coronavirus please download our flyer.
Residents don’t forget to pay your MAPS memberships. If you have any questions you can contact us at: 412-464-7329.
Information Resources for The Community
Clark Memorial Baptist Church
1301 Glenn St Homestead Pa 15120
104 East 9th Ave Homestead PA, 15120
Homestead United Presbyterian Church
908 Ann St, Homestead pa 15120
Every 1st & 3rd Saturday have a free Clothes Closet
From 9:30 to 12pm All are welcome
135 East 9th Ave Homestead Pa, 15120
Battle of Homestead
For more information visit: battleofhomestead.org
Survey – Sustainable Businesses in Homestead
We want to know your opinion about sustainability and about developing a business incubator in Homestead. Knowing your perception helps the Borough identify the best ideas to support the community.
An incubator (similar to a baby’s incubator), is a facility created to support business during their early months. It commonly provides affordable space to work, shared offices and services, business training, and marketing support.
Sustainability or sustainable development is defined as the development that meets the needs of the present, without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.
This survey is completely anonymous; it will take about 5 minutes and is made with research purposes only.
Thank you for your time and support.
Annual Raccoon Rabies Baiting Project
Rabies vaccine baiting in Allegheny County. For more information visit: www.achd.net/raccoon
Another Way to Protect our Rivers and Streams
Did you know that anything that goes into a catch basin or storm inlet on the street eventually ends up in a stream or river? To read more visit our News Page.
Recreation and Parks Joint Plan
West Homestead, Homestead, and Munhall have joined together to evaluate the state of parks and recreation in the Steel Valley and to plan for its future.
A copy of the plan is available at the Borough Building.
Electronics Recycling now required in PA
By law, Allied Waste, the garbage collector for Homestead Borough, can no longer take televisions, laptops, computers, printers or other electronic computer and/or audio-visual items as part of the Pennsylvania Covered Device Recycling Act. It is against the law for these items to be thrown out with your trash and for us to take them. They must now be recycled and can be dropped off at a designated collection point.
eLoop, LLC (E)
625 Plum Industrial Court, Pittsburgh
For more information on other places to recycle, please visit www.zerowastepgh.org