CLAIRTON CITY HALL WILL BE OPEN MONDAY through FRIDAY
FROM 9:00 AM TO 4:00 PM
MASK MUST BE WORN AT ALL TIMES WHILE IN THE BUILDING
ONLY ONE PERSON AT A TIME SHALL BE PERMITTED IN THE FINANCE & CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICES
RECOMMEND THAT YOU STILL DO BUSINESS BY PHONE AT 412-233-8113, MAIL OR E-MAIL CITYOFCLAIRTON.COM FOR CITY INFORMATION
Garbage and Recyclables will not be picked up and will be delayed 1 day on the following holidays:
NEW YEARS DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, 4TH OF JULY, LABOR DAY, THANKSGIVING AND CHRISTMAS
T-BALLAges Mature 3-6
August 25 – September 29, 2022
Clairton Park Instructional Field
Every Thursday 6:00pm – 7:30pm
Fee is $25.00 per child
Signup at City Hall
Signup Form: T-BALL REGISTRATION FORM 2022
FIFTH ANNUAL SALUTE TO VETERANS CONCERT
Clairton Park Pavilion
Sunday, September 11 from 2pm to 8pm
Doors open at 1pm
Featuring All Star Pittsburgh Groups
Chuck Corby and Soul Communicators
No outside food or drink – Food and drinks available at concert
Tickets $20 in advance and $25 day of concert
For tickets call Clairton Finance Office – 412-233-8113; VFW Post 803 – 412-233-6218
American Legion Post 75 – 412-233-9903; Pittsburgh Belairs (Franco) 724-382-5081
Proceeds benefit VFW Post 803 and American Legion Post 75
FOR MORE INFOMATION:BENEFIT CONCERT
CLAIRTON MUNICIPAL AUTHORITY
City Council is looking for residents of the City interested in serving on the Board of the Clairton Municipal Authority. Interested individuals should complete the attached Application of Interest and return it to the City Administration / Finance Office. Applications of Interested accepted until position is filled.
APPLICATION OF INTEREST
COVID 19 TESTINGCity Building
FRIDAY, AUGUST 19, 26, SEPT. 2, 9, and 16 2022
551 Ravensburg Blvd
9am – 12pm
Preregister online at https://curative.com/sites/15396. Walk-ins welcomed.
Tests provided at no cost. No prescription or referral needed. Insurance is not required.
However, if you have insurance that will cover the cost of the test, your insurance will be billed. Please bring your insurance card.
FOR MORE INFORMATION: COVID-Mobile Testing Flyer-Clairton
Illegible License Plate Replacement Event
Is your license plate peeling? Damaged? Hard to Read? Call
my office to have your license plate replaced. We will be with the Allegheny County Police and Sheriff’s Department to complete the necessary PennDOT paperwork to have your plate replaced. The sheriff’s department will be on hand to collect expired/unused prescription medications also.
Please call 412-664-0035 for more information and to schedule a time!
Thursday, September 15 from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm
For more information: ILLEGIBLE LICENSE PLATE REPLACEMENT EVENT
Rainbow Volunteer Fire Company
627 Lysle Blvd.
McKeesport, PA 15132
CITY OF CLAIRTON PUBLIC NOTICE
COMMUNITY BENEFIT TRUST
Notice of the Community Benefit Trust meetings are listed below including dates, time and places. Please take note due to the current pandemic meetings may change. The details regarding the meeting will be available on the City website a week before the meeting or by calling City hall. The meeting will be for considering and approving projects consistent with the Trust purposes that are proposed to be funded by the Trust. The City of Clairton, Borough of Glassport, Borough of Liberty, Borough of Lincoln and the Borough of Port Vue will be responsible for determining which projects will be submitted to the Trust board for consideration. The above listed communities must submit their applications for consideration to the trust no later than 30 days before the public meeting.
Thursday, June 9, 2022 @ 7:00 pm – City of Clairton, 551 Ravensburg Blvd, Clairton, PA 15025
Thursday, August 25, 2022@ 7:00 pm – Borough of Glassport, 440 Monongahela Ave, Glassport, PA 15045
Thursday, November 17, 2022 @7:00 pm – Borough of Lincoln, 45 Abe’s Way, Elizabeth, PA 15037
Welcome to Clairton, the City of Prayer
Clairton is a thriving community gently nestled between the Monongahela river and Jefferson borough. It’s a quick ride to Century III Mall and an easy ride to downtown Pittsburgh. Once known as the Coke Capital of the World, the city was erected in April of 1903. During that time, Wilson, Coal Valley and Peters Creek were not a part of the city. It was a significant part of Washington County.
With a growing population of 8,493, Clairton has maintained the small town feel of comfort and security. It’s a town filled with hardworking young professionals, busy families and active senior citizens. Clairton offers affordable housing, a diverse school system, a quaint public library, a vibrant senior citizen center, lively recreation programs and a variety of dynamic churches. Clairton’s surprise attraction is a beautiful park filled with green foliage with a large swimming pool, two baseball fields, a basketball court and many picnic and pavilion areas. While the launch of the Montour trail rests near Clairton Coke Works, it stretches nearly 47 miles to Coraopolis. Clairton remains a town that many generations call home.
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