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On Friday, Mt Lebanon Police Officer Jerrod Withrow passed away after a long and courageous battle with cancer.  Jerrod’...
06/12/2021

On Friday, Mt Lebanon Police Officer Jerrod Withrow passed away after a long and courageous battle with cancer. Jerrod’s positivity and determination was amazing. He will remain a hero and role model for all of us.

The members of the Whitehall Borough Police Department extend our condolences to Jerrod’s family and the Mt Lebanon Police Department.

Donations may be made to the Western Pennsylvania Police Benevolent Foundation, http://wppbf.org, to support the Withrow family.

On Friday, Mt Lebanon Police Officer Jerrod Withrow passed away after a long and courageous battle with cancer. Jerrod’s positivity and determination was amazing. He will remain a hero and role model for all of us.

The members of the Whitehall Borough Police Department extend our condolences to Jerrod’s family and the Mt Lebanon Police Department.

Donations may be made to the Western Pennsylvania Police Benevolent Foundation, http://wppbf.org, to support the Withrow family.

COMMUNITY NEWS:  Please join friends and family at tonight’s Food Truck and Concert in the Park event at Brennan Plaza.F...
06/11/2021

COMMUNITY NEWS: Please join friends and family at tonight’s Food Truck and Concert in the Park event at Brennan Plaza.

Food Trucks start at 5:30 pm and the concert begins at 7 pm. Borough Park Drive will be closed to traffic between the Library and Southvue Drive during this event.

Please abide by Borough Parking regulations on surrounding streets.

COMMUNITY NEWS: Please join friends and family at tonight’s Food Truck and Concert in the Park event at Brennan Plaza.

Food Trucks start at 5:30 pm and the concert begins at 7 pm. Borough Park Drive will be closed to traffic between the Library and Southvue Drive during this event.

Please abide by Borough Parking regulations on surrounding streets.

With the first official heat wave upon us, we wanted to take this opportunity to remind everyone of the importance of st...
06/09/2021

With the first official heat wave upon us, we wanted to take this opportunity to remind everyone of the importance of staying hydrated and monitoring for signs of heat related illnesses. This chart was shared by the National Weather Service.

With the first official heat wave upon us, we wanted to take this opportunity to remind everyone of the importance of staying hydrated and monitoring for signs of heat related illnesses. This chart was shared by the National Weather Service.

06/08/2021

Baldwin High School 2021 Graduation ceremony is tonight.

Whitehall Police Officers will be on scene to assist with traffic and monitor parking restrictions on the streets that surround the high school campus.

A small firework display will be a part of this year’s graduation ceremony.

Congratulations to the Senior Class of 2021…

This morning, Deputy Chief Gaebel joined fellow South Hills police officers in the Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special...
06/08/2021

This morning, Deputy Chief Gaebel joined fellow South Hills police officers in the Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics.

Over the next 3 days, the torch will be passed to law enforcement agencies across the state as it makes its way to the Summer Games in State College.

Thank you to all the officers for supporting this special cause.

Please join us at 10:00 am this morning in Brennan Plaza to remember all those who made the ultimate sacrifice to ensure...
05/31/2021

Please join us at 10:00 am this morning in Brennan Plaza to remember all those who made the ultimate sacrifice to ensure our freedoms.

Please join us at 10:00 am this morning in Brennan Plaza to remember all those who made the ultimate sacrifice to ensure our freedoms.

On May 24, 2021, Whitehall Police Department responded to the 4900 block of Brownsville Road to check on the welfare of ...
05/27/2021
Donate Now - Animal Friends, Inc.

On May 24, 2021, Whitehall Police Department responded to the 4900 block of Brownsville Road to check on the welfare of animals after neighbors reported a large number of dogs living inside the residence.

Responding officers confirmed the dogs were living in squalid conditions and requested assistance from South Hills Cooperative Animal Control.

On May 26, 2021, Humane Officers executed a search warrant and removed approx. 50 dogs from inside the home. Whitehall Police, Whitehall Fire, South Hills Cooperative Animal Control, Allegheny County Hazardous Materials Green Team, and Borough Code Enforcement assisted with the removal.

The dogs were taken to Animal Friends for medical care and grooming. Authorities discovered violations of Borough ordinances and Animal Neglect laws while on scene. This investigation is still ongoing.

If you would like to support Animal Friends with the cost of care for these dogs, please click on the attached link.

Your gift could save a life. Each day, Animal Friends rescues, rehabilitates and rehomes companion animals while offering lifesaving programs, services and resources for the pets and people who need them most. Every dollar has an impact in the lives … →

05/26/2021
On Saturday, May 22, the Bhutanese Community Association of Pittsburgh (BCAP), Global Minds Baldwin, and Baldwin High Sc...
05/26/2021

On Saturday, May 22, the Bhutanese Community Association of Pittsburgh (BCAP), Global Minds Baldwin, and Baldwin High School students organized a Clean Up Event for Wallace Park / Prospect Ball Field.

We would like to thank the volunteers for ensuring our families in the Prospect Park area have a clean and safe place to play.

05/23/2021

Our Comcast phone service has been restored to the police station. Whitehall Borough residents can call 412-884-1100 or 9-1-1 for Police, Fire, or Ambulance service.

05/23/2021

At this time, the Whitehall Borough Police Department is experiencing a problem with our Comcast phone service.

If you are in need of POLICE, FIRE, or AMBULANCE, you must dial 9-1-1 and not the normal 412-884-1100 emergency number.

We are working with our phone carrier to rectify this problem as soon as possible

At the May 19th Council Meeting, Sergeant Kurt Gaebel was officially promoted to Deputy Chief of Police.  Family, friend...
05/20/2021

At the May 19th Council Meeting, Sergeant Kurt Gaebel was officially promoted to Deputy Chief of Police. Family, friends and fellow officers were present as Mayor Nowalk administered the Oath of Office. Please join us in congratulating Deputy Chief Gaebel on his promotion.

At the May 19th Council Meeting, Sergeant Kurt Gaebel was officially promoted to Deputy Chief of Police. Family, friends and fellow officers were present as Mayor Nowalk administered the Oath of Office. Please join us in congratulating Deputy Chief Gaebel on his promotion.

On Wednesday, Baldwin High School National Honor Society seniors brought pizza to the police station to thank Officers a...
05/13/2021

On Wednesday, Baldwin High School National Honor Society seniors brought pizza to the police station to thank Officers and Dispatchers for keeping the community safe.

On Wednesday, Baldwin High School National Honor Society seniors brought pizza to the police station to thank Officers and Dispatchers for keeping the community safe.

The Green family stopped by today to thank Officer Scott Brown for locating the person responsible for a hit and run acc...
05/08/2021

The Green family stopped by today to thank Officer Scott Brown for locating the person responsible for a hit and run accident. Well done Scott! Keep up the good work!

Hopefully, he shares some of their delicious cookies and cupcakes with the rest of the Department.

The Green family stopped by today to thank Officer Scott Brown for locating the person responsible for a hit and run accident. Well done Scott! Keep up the good work!

Hopefully, he shares some of their delicious cookies and cupcakes with the rest of the Department.

At the May 5th Council Meeting, Deputy Chief Jason Gagorik was officially promoted to Chief of Police.  Family, friends ...
05/08/2021

At the May 5th Council Meeting, Deputy Chief Jason Gagorik was officially promoted to Chief of Police. Family, friends and fellow officers were present as Mayor Nowalk administered the Oath of Office.

Chief Gagorik joined the Whitehall Borough Police Department in 2002. He was promoted to Sergeant in 2014, Deputy Chief of Police in 2017, and serves as the Borough’s Emergency Management Coordinator.

Chief Gagorik is committed to maintaining the Police Department’s tradition of providing professional, community oriented police services to the residents and visitors of Whitehall Borough.

If you need to speak with the Chief, he can be reached at 412-884-1100 or [email protected].

REMINDER:  At 7pm tonight, Mayor Nowalk encourages all community members to ring bells for three minutes to support Bell...
05/02/2021

REMINDER: At 7pm tonight, Mayor Nowalk encourages all community members to ring bells for three minutes to support Bells Across Pa. The threefold purpose of the initiative is:

* To recognize and honor first responders, healthcare workers, and employees of grocery stores, pharmacies and other life-sustaining businesses who have maintained essential services while at risk of infection from COVID-19.

* To show solidarity with elected officials and residents of municipalities across the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, all of whom are fighting COVID-19 on the frontlines together.

* To demonstrate a collective resolve that Pennsylvanians will prevail over COVID-19 and work tirelessly to ensure that their businesses and civic life will thrive once again.

REMINDER: At 7pm tonight, Mayor Nowalk encourages all community members to ring bells for three minutes to support Bells Across Pa. The threefold purpose of the initiative is:

* To recognize and honor first responders, healthcare workers, and employees of grocery stores, pharmacies and other life-sustaining businesses who have maintained essential services while at risk of infection from COVID-19.

* To show solidarity with elected officials and residents of municipalities across the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, all of whom are fighting COVID-19 on the frontlines together.

* To demonstrate a collective resolve that Pennsylvanians will prevail over COVID-19 and work tirelessly to ensure that their businesses and civic life will thrive once again.

After 39 years of service, Chief Keith Henderson will be hanging up his duty belt for the last time today.  Please join ...
04/30/2021

After 39 years of service, Chief Keith Henderson will be hanging up his duty belt for the last time today. Please join us in wishing Chief Henderson a happy, safe and fulfilling retirement.

After 39 years of service, Chief Keith Henderson will be hanging up his duty belt for the last time today. Please join us in wishing Chief Henderson a happy, safe and fulfilling retirement.

Mayor James Nowalk has issued a proclamation in support of Bells Across Pennsylvania Day, an initiative of the Pennsylva...
04/28/2021

Mayor James Nowalk has issued a proclamation in support of Bells Across Pennsylvania Day, an initiative of the Pennsylvania State Mayors’ Association which will take place on May 2, 2021 at 7:00 pm. The threefold purpose of the initiative is:

* To recognize and honor first responders, healthcare workers, and employees of grocery stores, pharmacies and other life-sustaining businesses who have maintained essential services while at risk of infection from COVID-19.

* To show solidarity with elected officials and residents of municipalities across the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, all of whom are fighting COVID-19 on the frontlines together.

* To demonstrate a collective resolve that Pennsylvanians will prevail over COVID-19 and work tirelessly to ensure that their businesses and civic life will thrive once again.

At 7:00 pm, all residents, businesses, and churches are encouraged to ring bells for three minutes to honor their hometown heroes, rally with other Pennsylvanians on the frontlines of the COVID-19 battlefield and to show resolve that, when conditions are safe, local businesses and civic life will be restored.

Mayor James Nowalk has issued a proclamation in support of Bells Across Pennsylvania Day, an initiative of the Pennsylvania State Mayors’ Association which will take place on May 2, 2021 at 7:00 pm. The threefold purpose of the initiative is:

* To recognize and honor first responders, healthcare workers, and employees of grocery stores, pharmacies and other life-sustaining businesses who have maintained essential services while at risk of infection from COVID-19.

* To show solidarity with elected officials and residents of municipalities across the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, all of whom are fighting COVID-19 on the frontlines together.

* To demonstrate a collective resolve that Pennsylvanians will prevail over COVID-19 and work tirelessly to ensure that their businesses and civic life will thrive once again.

At 7:00 pm, all residents, businesses, and churches are encouraged to ring bells for three minutes to honor their hometown heroes, rally with other Pennsylvanians on the frontlines of the COVID-19 battlefield and to show resolve that, when conditions are safe, local businesses and civic life will be restored.

Beginning today, Drivers in Pennsylvania approaching an emergency response area are required to move one lane away from ...
04/27/2021
Move Over, Slow Down

Beginning today, Drivers in Pennsylvania approaching an emergency response area are required to move one lane away from the area.

Drivers who are unable to safely merge into a lane further away from the response area are to slow to at least 20 mph less than the posted speed limit.

An emergency response area is defined as an area where an emergency vehicle has its lights flashing, or where road crews or emergency responders have lighted flares, posted signs or use other methods to warn motorists.

Penalties start with a $500 fine for first-time offenders; $2,000 fine and license suspension for third or subsequent offense; and up to $10,000 fine if a first responder is injured or killed near a disabled vehicle.

Pennsylvania’s Move Over Law requires drivers approaching an emergency response area who are unable to safely merge into a lane further away from the response area to slow to at least 20 mph less than the posted speed limit. An emergency response area is where an emergency vehicle has its lights f...

2021 Whitehall Earth DayThis morning Mayor Nowalk teamed up with Borough residents to remove litter from our neighborhoo...
04/24/2021

2021 Whitehall Earth Day

This morning Mayor Nowalk teamed up with Borough residents to remove litter from our neighborhoods.

The most prevalent items found throughout the community this year were discarded masks, wipes, and empty bottles of hand sanitizer.

For over a year, we’ve relied on these items to keep us safe during the pandemic. Let’s do our part and keep the environment safe by remembering to place them in a proper trash receptacle when finished.

Thank you to everyone who participated in today’s event. It was truly an awesome group of people!

Today marks the beginning of National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week. Public Safety Dispatchers are the behind the...
04/12/2021

Today marks the beginning of National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week.

Public Safety Dispatchers are the behind the scenes hero’s who bring calm to those chaotic moments when you call in with an emergency.

They are the eyes and ears of first responders. Our guiding angels who ensure the right responders get to an emergency as fast as possible, and who keep those responders safe as they work to resolve a crisis.

Although we may not always say it, we truly appreciate all the hard work you do. You help make Whitehall Borough a unique and special place to live and work. Most importantly, you set standards and are second to none...

Today marks the beginning of National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week.

Public Safety Dispatchers are the behind the scenes hero’s who bring calm to those chaotic moments when you call in with an emergency.

They are the eyes and ears of first responders. Our guiding angels who ensure the right responders get to an emergency as fast as possible, and who keep those responders safe as they work to resolve a crisis.

Although we may not always say it, we truly appreciate all the hard work you do. You help make Whitehall Borough a unique and special place to live and work. Most importantly, you set standards and are second to none...

The members of the Whitehall Borough Police Department wish everyone a safe and Happy Easter...
04/04/2021

The members of the Whitehall Borough Police Department wish everyone a safe and Happy Easter...

The members of the Whitehall Borough Police Department wish everyone a safe and Happy Easter...

Today we had a special treat from the Geis family.  Hot coffee and treats were exactly what we needed on this cold sprin...
04/02/2021

Today we had a special treat from the Geis family. Hot coffee and treats were exactly what we needed on this cold spring morning.

Thank you for thinking about us! We truly appreciate all the good deeds and kind words from our residents, businesses, and community groups.

Today we had a special treat from the Geis family. Hot coffee and treats were exactly what we needed on this cold spring morning.

Thank you for thinking about us! We truly appreciate all the good deeds and kind words from our residents, businesses, and community groups.

03/26/2021

Allegheny County is experiencing intermittent interruptions for individuals calling 911 due to the wind storm.

As a result, some callers are not being connected to a call taker when dialing 911.

If you live in an area where public safety services are dispatched by the 9-1-1 center, individuals can contact the center by dialing 412-473-3056.

Whitehall residents can also call the Borough Public Safety Communications Center by dialing 412-884-1100 for police, fire, and EMS.

EMPLOYMENT NOTICE - POLICE OFFICERThe Whitehall Borough Civil Service Commission will conduct an examination for positio...
03/25/2021
Borough of Whitehall | Strong Roots. Bright Futures.

EMPLOYMENT NOTICE - POLICE OFFICER

The Whitehall Borough Civil Service Commission will conduct an examination for position of Patrolman.

The written examination will be held at Harrison Middle School, 129 Windvale Drive, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15236, at 9:00 A.M., on Saturday, April 3, 2021.

Applicants shall be citizens of the United States, at least 21 years of age, and graduated from an accredited high school or have equivalent education acceptable to the Commission. A minimum of sixty (60) college credits is preferred but not required.

Applicants shall be medically fit for the performance of the duties of a police officer, of good moral character, and licensed to operate a motor vehicle in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

To apply, pick up an application at the Whitehall Borough Police Department, 100 Borough Park Drive, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15236. Applications are also available online at www.whitehallboro.org

All applications must be received by 4:00 P.M., March 26, 2021 to be considered for this examination.

Richard M. Danko,
Chairman
Civil Service Commission
Whitehall Borough

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