Public Works Department
Public Works Superintendent: Bernie Rossman
2344 West Ingomar Road
Pittsburgh, PA 15237
This department is responsible for maintaining
approximately 57 miles of Borough roads; performing snow
removal on all roads within the Borough, except private roads;
maintaining all Borough equipment, including police cars
and staff vehicles. Franklin Park Public Works employees also
pave and maintain roads and are responsible for projects such
as: Blueberry Hill Activity Center, masonry work for digital
sign, and various other projects.
NO DUMPING OF ANY KIND IS PERMITTED IN
ANY BOROUGH PARK
POT HOLE CONTACT INFORMATION
FRANKLIN PARK BOROUGH - PUBLIC ROADS
CONTACT INFORMATION: (412-364-4115 ext. 316)
Franklin Park Public Works
2344 West Ingomar Road
Pittsburgh, PA 15237
PA STATE ROADS
Camp Meeting Road
Little Sewickley Creek Road
Pine Creek Road
Reis Run Road
Wexford Bayne Road
CONTACT INFORMATION: (1-800-349-7623)
PennDot Designates Allegheny County as District 11
this form to report potholes at PennDot
ALLEGHENY COUNTY ROADS
Brandt School Road
CONTACT INFORMATION: (412-931-2517)
Allegheny County Department of Public Works
501 County Office Building
429 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
ORDINANCE 202-13 PARKING PROHIBITED DURING CERTAIN HOURS
This Ordinance states: "No
person shall park a vehicle upon any Borough street
between the hours of 2:00am and 6:00am prevailing local
time, and/or during snow removal time." Residents who
violate this Ordinance are subject to the fines and
penalties according to the Code of the Borough of Franklin
For the safety and convenience of our residents, we ask
all motorists to strictly comply with the requirements of
LEAF BAG PICK-UP
The Borough will only collect leaves in biodegradable paper
bags. Please refrain from putting rocks, sticks, plastic
bottles, etc. in the bags. These items will contaminate the
mulch. Do not close leaf bags with duct tape. Duct tape is
not biodegradable and must not be used. Please leave enough room
at the top of the bag so you can either fold or roll it closed.
Leaf bags are paper bio-degradable bags and can be purchased
at the municipal building (.40¢ each) or at any store. Bags should
be taken to the curb for pick-up. The leaf mulch will be available
at Blueberry Hill Park in the Spring.
FALL Collection Dates: Mondays - October
31/November 7,14 & 21, 28, 2016
(All bags must be placed at the curb by 6:00AM on Monday
morning of each week)
Leaf pick up could take several days to cover the entire Borough.
All brush (1/2" to 4" in diameter only)
must be placed at the curb. Our Public Works Department
provides brush-chipping service twice a year.
Fall Collection Begins: Monday, November 7, 2016
(All brush must be placed at the curb by 7:00AM)
IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING BRUSH CHIPPING PLEASE READ:
Collection will begin on the date listed above. The
chipper will pass through the Borough one time. If your
brush is not out at the curb when the chipper passes, you
have two options:
1.) Take your branches to the mulch pile on Blaine's Way
in Blueberry Hill Park. The Borough will then mulch the
branches. YOU MUST HAVE A PERMIT FROM BOROUGH OFFICE
2.) Wait until the next collection date
The chipping service may take several weeks to get to all
areas of the Borough depending on the amount of brush
placed at the curb. Although we cannot provide specific
dates, they will get to your area as soon as possible. It
is imperative that residents have your brush at the curb
on the first Monday of the chipping season! Please cut and
place your brush perpendicular to the curb with the butt
This service is provided for brush and tree trimmings
only. Bushes or trees with thorns will not be
accepted. If you have a tree or trees to dispose of, you
must contact a private contractor. Borough crews will
more than 15 minutes chipping brush at your home.
Please cut and place your brush accordingly.
The location of wood chips and leaf compost is located at
the south end of Blaine's Way in Blueberry Hill Park, near
McDevitt Road. The same rules will apply: Chips and
compost are free to Borough residents only.
CHRISTMAS TREE PICK-UP
Christmas trees should be placed at the curb on Mondays,
January 9, 2016 and
January 16, 2016 by 6:00AM. It can take a full week to
collect the trees. DO
NOT leave plastic or any decorations on the tree.
If you miss the curbside collection, trees can be taken to
the Yard Waste Drop Off
Site, at Blueberry Hill Park, and placed in the designated
area. (look for appropriate signage). No permit is
required to place Christmas trees at the site.
STORM IS OVER...NOW LET'S WORK TOGETHER
Park Borough Public Works Department has the
responsibility of clearing municipal streets of snow and
ice from winter storms. Our aim is to provide residents
with the highest possible level of service therefore
providing a safe environment for vehicular and emergency
traffic. We take this responsibility very seriously!
The Borough's snow removal priorities are: heavy or
arterial roadways, followed by school bus routes,
neighborhood roads and finally cul-de-sacs.
During snowfalls the initial pass of the snow plow is to
open the road to traffic flow. Expect to have the snow
pushed back to the curb on a later pass. This is done to
provide more space to push away further snow and to
provide drainage when the snow melts, so that water runs
along the side of the road and not in the cart way where
it may refreeze as temperatures drop. Remember that snow
plows cannot pick up and carry snow, so snow is placed to
create the least amount of problems for motorists.
Ordinance No. 202-13 prohibits parking of vehicles on
Borough roads during periods or snowfall, ice accumulation
and inclement weather. Vehicles will be ticketed and
Do not shovel or plow snow from your driveway or walkway
into the street. Pile the snow in your yard.
Maintain and repair your mailbox posts. Mailboxes should
not extend past the face of the curb.
Snow must be removed from the sidewalk along your property
within a reasonable time but not later than 12 hours after
the cessation of snowfall.
If possible, place snow on the side of driveway opposite
the direction that the plow travels. By doing so the plow
will carry snow away from driveway rather than into it.