Public Announcements

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“IMPORTANT NOTICE: Churchill Borough Council will be hosting some very important meetings to consider Hillwood Development’s proposal to redevelop the George Westinghouse Research Center in Churchill Borough (1310 Beulah Road) AKA Churchill Creek Project, LLC (“Churchill Creek”).


  • Wednesday, October 7 at 7:00 PM: Planning Commission meeting – Hillwood Presentation – Recording available here.
  • Monday, November 2 at 7:00 PM: Borough Council hearing on discretionary text amendment Hillwood Presentation. Hearing only, no vote.
  • Monday November 9, at 7:00 PM: Churchill Borough Council Regular Meeting. Public Comment on proposal encouraged.
  • Monday, November 16 at 7:00 PM: Borough Council special meeting for vote on discretionary text amendment
  • Monday, December 7 at 7:00 PM: Borough Council hearing on curative text amendment

All meetings will be accessible via Zoom

The Municipal Building Closed to the Public

Due to the Global Pandemic resulting from COVID-19 and to comply with Allegheny County’s and Governor Wolf’s Reopening Guidelines, the municipal building is closed to the public and Churchill public meetings are conducted via Zoom. Contact the Borough Manager  (412-241-7113 EXT. 204 or 412-758-8818) with questions or concerns.

General Election Day is Tuesday, November 3, 2020

The General Election is on Tuesday, November 3, 2020. Make a plan now for how you will be voting and pay attention to deadlines.

Three polling places in Churchill will be open for this election. To find your polling place, visit


For the upcoming November 3rd election, the Churchill District 4 polling place will be Beulah Presbyterian Church, 2500 McCrady Road, Pittsburgh, PA 15235, NOT Pace School on Greensburg Pike. 

Residents can apply for an absentee or mail-in ballot by clicking on this link: or by calling 1-877-VotesPA(Option 3).

For more information, download the General Election Day is Tuesday, November 3, 2020 flyer prepared by a local resident and volunteer.

Public Announcements

Instructions on how to participate in Borough of Churchill Council Meeting:

Download Zoom Meeting Instructions for Borough of Churchill Council Meeting.

Fall Leaf Collection 2020

Fall leaf collection started this past Tuesday, October 13, 2020 and will run on a bi-weekly basis until December 8, 2020, which will be the last scheduled leaf pick up for the 2020 collection season.

Please note: All leaves must be placed into brown, biodegradable paper leaf bags to be collected.

An entire schedule of fall leaf only, conventional garbage and recyclable material collections is available here.


It is the position of the Churchill Borough Council that door to door Trick or Treating is not a municipally-sponsored event. While this is not officially sponsored by the Borough, we have established times during which friends and neighbors have an idea of when to expect extra visitors at their door and our public safety officials will be patrolling the community to help keep those participating safe. These times are 2-4PM on Saturday, October 31st.

For those who choose to allow their children to participate in an outdoor neighborhood Halloween activity, we encourage you do so with virus spread-reducing masks and following recommended physical distancing guidelines per the CDC ( We also ask that you ONLY visit homes of those residents who you know are welcoming door-to-door trick-or-treaters. If you are passing out candy or treats, you may want to consider placing them in a container at the end of your driveway or porch. If you will be passing out treats from your door, you are encouraged to wear a mask and wash and sanitize your hands frequently.

Please be respectful of those residents who have chosen to be vigilant with regards to self-isolation and physical distancing due to legitimate concerns about the potential serious health consequences of COVID-19. It should not be the responsibility of those residents who may not have access to the internet to proclaim their lack of participation in what the CDC considers high risk door-to-door trick-or-treating.

We thank you for your consideration and, as always, if you are not feeling well, stay home.

Churchill Borough is seeking local volunteers to serve on the Borough’s Human Relations Commission

Churchill Borough is seeking local volunteers to serve on the Borough’s Human Relations Commission. The Churchill Human Rights Commission serves as an advisory body to the Churchill Borough Council on matters pertaining to the Borough’s Human Relations Ordinance.

The Commission will have three to five members, who will serve terms of three years each. Members of the Commission are appointed by the Borough Council and members shall be residents of the Borough or individuals who work full-time within Churchill Borough.

Among other tasks to promote diversity the Human Relations Commission will be tasked with handling complaints through a fact-finding conference with the parties of the dispute in order to resolve the dispute without the need to hire lawyers or go to court.

Those interested in volunteering on the commission should email a letter and resume to Alex Graziani, Borough Manager . Questions are welcomed. Simply email Alex or call 412-758-8818.

C-1 Visioning Presentation From the Monday, September 14th Workshop Meeting

The C-1 visioning presentation prepared by Jim Pashek and Pashek + MTR is available to view here: Churchill C1 Visioning Presentation on 9-14-20.

Recording of the C-1 Visioning Presentation and the September 14, 2020 Workshop Meeting is available to view here.

Questionnaire Results

2020 Churchill C1 District Questionnaire Results

Churchill Borough Community Vision for the Future in Commercial Development

The Borough is conducting a project to create a community vision for commercial development. This initiative is a “next step” of Churchill’s 2018 Comprehensive Implementable Plan.

Planning consultants, Pashek+MTR assembled experts in various commercial development planning and visioning topics, providing the community with a lot of food for thought. The panel discussions were recorded and are available using these links:

April 29, 5:30-7 p.m. “Sense of Place”
*This video contains a recording of an oral statement from Reed Smith on behalf of NAI. A printed copy of that statement is on file at the Churchill Borough office and is available upon request.

April 29, 7:15-8:45 p.m. “Connectivity”

May 6, 5:30-7 p.m. “Resource Conservation”

May 6, 7:15-8:45 p.m. “Human Wellbeing”

May 13, 5:30-7 p.m. “Design Forms”

May 13, 7:15-8:45 p.m. “The Market”
*This video contains a recording of an oral statement from Reed Smith on behalf of NAI. A printed copy of that statement is on file at the Churchill Borough office and is available upon request.

Green Space:  The Ever-Important Role

In urban and suburban areas, the importance of green space to health and the quality of life may or may not be obvious. The communities that the CAEC serves are generally considered suburban areas with public green space available to residents in varying degrees. This advisory has been prepared to describe the overall importance of green space throughout our communities including both public lands preserved as green space, e.g. parks and greenways, and private green spaces including what an individual can do to enhance green space at a residence through natural and “green” methods.

For more information download Green Space:  The Ever-Important Role.

Its Tree Time” presentation:

The “Its Tree Time” event was held at the Blackridge Civic Association on February 19, 2020.  The presentation was well received by more than 60 residents who attended the session.  The Tree Workshop – Blackridge GC – Churchill Tree Committee – 2-19-2020 Final is attached for your review.

Borough Tree Canopy Importance Elevated:

Please review the Borough Tree Canopy Importance Elevated  article attached and including the reporting of the spotted lanternfly by the Churchill Tree Committee.

Advisories and Construction Updates:

To help keep motorists informed as work progresses, PennDOT has created an email distribution list for I-376 Parkway East traffic advisories and construction updates. Enroll by sending email addresses to Please write “Subscribe-Parkway East” in the subject line.

Also, motorist can check conditions on more than 40,000 roadway miles by visiting 511PA, which is free and available 24 hours a day, provides traffic delay warnings, weather forecasts, traffic speed information and access to more than 860 traffic cameras. 511PA is available through a smartphone application for iPhone and Android devices, by call 5-1-1, or by following regional Twitter alerts accessible on the 511PA website.


In an effort to provide more reliable communication to our residents and businesses within the borough, we have implemented the Swiftreach Networks, Inc. This system will enable us to launch alerts to your home or cell phone. It will be used to communicate Borough information only. If you would like to participate in this program, you can login into the Swiftreach Portal located at the right of this page. Also, if a resident gets new information pertaining to their email, phone number, etc., login onto the Swiftreach website to update your information or contact the Borough offices at or 412-241-7113.