Welcome to the Official Borough of Munhall Website!
Incorporated on June 24, 1901, Munhall is one of the original seven townships in Pennsylvania. Munhall has a wide selection of unique homes and is fortunate to offer premier shopping, entertainment and dining opportunities at The Waterfront.
Please use the links on this page to explore everything
Munhall has to offer!
We are always improving the site. Please visit us often.
By law, Munhall 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.
For more information on the covered device recycling act, please visit the State's website by clicking HERE.
Thinking of Making A Commercial Real Estate Investment in Munhall?
Are you thinking of acquiring property or making a commercial real estate investment in Munhall Borough? If so, you should contact the Steel Valley Enterprise Zone Corporation as they may be able to assist you with bridge financing or tax abatements if the property qualifies. You can reach them by visiting their website at www.svez.org.
Sewer Dye Testing
Do you have a question about a letter you received regarding a dye test? How about other questions relating to the sanitary sewer? Are you wondering what all of those trucks are doing on your street? If so, these questions can be answered by the Munhall Municipal Sewer Authority. They can be reached by calling 412-464-7373 or 412-996-6714 and you can also send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
An Important Note Regarding Freon-Containing Appliances...
The Borough of Munhall, in order to comply with strict Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection regulations governing freon-containing devices and the recycling thereof, is NO LONGER COLLECTING FREON-CONTAINING DEVICES. These devices include refrigerators, window air-conditioners, water coolers, dehumidifiers, etc. As a service to our residents, we previously collected these items. Because there is always the risk of freon leaking during the handling or collection of these items, we can no longer collect them.
If you need to dispose of a refrigerator, window air-conditioner, dehumidifier, water cooler or other freon-containing device, click on the "Appliance Recycle Logo" above to be directed to Appliance Disposal, an authorized recycler or call them at 888-GO-FREON or 888-463-7366.
They offer curbside pickup, in-home removal or drop-off. There may be a small fee associated with their services.
NEW STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA EMERGENCY ALERT SYSTEM
CLICK HERE to find out more about this new Emergency Alert System, AlertPA, and be taken directly to the sign-up page.