Organizations

Steel Valley Council of Governments – The Steel Valley Council of Governments, established in 1973, is a non-profit organization representing municipalities in the Mon Valley region of Allegheny County.

Munhall Pre-Hospital Services (MAPS) – Click here to see the 2018 Membership Drive information.
MAPS 2018 Membership Drive

Steel Valley Banner Program: Troop Banners

Rivers of Steel – Provider of historic information about the Steel Valley.

Mifflin Township Historical Society – The goal of our Society will be to document, chronicle and preserve, whenever possible, the artifacts and sites of historical significance from the original Mifflin Township of 1788. The present day communities of Baldwin (part), Clairton, Duquesne, Dravosburg, Hays, Homestead, Jefferson Hills, Lincoln Place, Munhall, Pleasant Hills, West Elizabeth, West Homestead, West Mifflin & Whitaker are in this area.

Girl Scouts of Western Pennsylvania – Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence, and character and is a wonderful program to offer the girls in your community!

Boy Scouts of Western Pennsylvania – The Boy Scouts of America is the nation’s foremost youth program of character development and values-based leadership training.

Steel Valley Enterprise Zone – The Steel Valley Enterprise Zone Corporation, serving the Boroughs of Homestead, West Homestead, Munhall and a portion of the 31st Ward of the City of Pittsburgh, is a private, non-profit local development corporation comprised of representatives from local government, businesspersons and citizens.

Steel Valley Rotary Club –  Serving: Munhall, Homestead & West Homestead.

Carnegie Mellon Brownfield Studies – Western Pennsylvania Brownfields Center at Carnegie Mellon University helps to promote the value of underutilized sites (brownfields) in the region by acting as a regional resource for communities and small businesses.

LifeSpan – LifeSpan is a Non-Profit entity with two senior centers in the Borough of Munhall. LifeSpan offers Low Income Elderly Housing Units at Heritage Court and Vantage Court.

Congress of Neighboring Communities, CONNECT – The Congress of Neighboring Communities (CONNECT) is an organization that promotes cooperation and collaboration between the City of Pittsburgh and the 38 municipalities that surround the City and comprise the region’s urban core.

CCAC offers a free Out-of-School Youth program. Click here to read more: ccac-out-of-school-youth-program-and-ged-prep

Source Church Pittsburgh – www.sourcechurch.com –Source Church Pittsburgh

Elkhound Rescue – Rescue