2023 at a Glance

Monday, March 6th – General Meeting Time and location TBD

Saturday, April 22nd – Spring Clean Up Time TBD at Steel City Boxing Association

Monday, May 1st – General Meeting Time and location TBD

Tuesday, May 16th – Municipal Primary 7:00am at Spring Hill Elementary

Monday, May 29th – Memorial Day 11:30 am at Brady Memorial Home

Monday, September 11th – General Meeting Time and location TBD

Saturday, September 16th – Garbage Olympics Time TBD at Steel City Boxing Association

Monday, October 2nd – General Meeting Time and location TBD

Saturday, October 14th – Fall Clean Up Time and location TBD

Saturday, October 21st – Halloween Parade Time TBD at Brady Memorial Home

Monday, November 6th – General Meeting Time and location TBD

Tuesday, November 7th – Municipal General Election 7:00am at Spring Hill Elementary

Sunday, December 3rd – Winterfest and Tree Lighting 3:00 pm at the WBU Event Space

 

Spring Hill Yoga at Spring Hill Boxing Association 7:30pm on Thursdays, 9:30am on Saturdays and Sundays. Donation based. 

Community Resources

Spring Hill is in District 1 of the City of Pittsburgh. District 1’s City Council member is Councilman Bobby Wilson. 

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Curbside collections are picked up on Friday mornings. Place appropriate materials curbside on Thursday evenings no earlier than 6:00pm. View the Northern Collection Schedule to determine if recycling will be collected that week.

PGH.ST provides address-specific curbside collection schedules. Sign up for text and email reminders about collections and holiday delays.

Recycle This Pittsburgh details item-specific recycling practices.

The City of Pittsburgh’s Snow Angels Program pairs older residents and residents with disabilities with nearby neighbors who volunteer to assist them with snow removal on their sidewalks and walkways. Volunteer or request help here

The City of Pittsburgh’s City Cuts is a lawn cutting program for older neighbors, veteran neighbors, and neighbors with disabilities who need assistance cutting their lawns. Learn more here

The 311 Response Center is the City of Pittsburgh’s gateway to city services and addressing non-emergency concerns. Requests are sent directly to the appropriate agency for resolution. Submit requests online or with a live operator by dialing 3-1-1

Browse 311 re­quests, build­ing permits, code violat­ions, pub­lic safe­ty in­ci­dents, city assets, and public records by parcel through Burgh’s Eye View. View Spring Hill-City View here

Browse building permits by name, location, date and status on Civic Central.

The Western Pennsylvania Regional Data Center supports key community initiatives by making public information easier to find and use. Search for data by topic, geography, and more. 

View an estimated reciept for your City of Pittsburgh taxes by inputting your gross annual income and assessed value of your property if you own a home.