Monday 8:30am-8:00pm, Tuesday through Thursday, 8:30am – 4:30pm, Friday 8:30am-12pm except for federal holidays and weather emergencies.
Applications are available at the Borough Office and Police Department, in the attached form or located at the following link. if you fill out the form here, please mail it to:
Allegheny County Treasurer, 436 Grant Street, Room 109, Pittsburgh, PA 15219
Appliances and furniture, except for TVs, computers and other electronics, can go out with the regular garbage. However, any appliance with freon must have the freon removed first.
Updated office hours can be found on the Meet the Mayor page.
Take the lid off of the paint can and let the paint dry out. Once the paint is dry you may put it out with your regular garbage.
An application for a block party must be filled out and submitted to the Borough Office in advance of the requested block party date. Once the application is approved by the Chief of Police, a request for service will be sent to the Borough Street Department so that barricades may be delivered prior to the requested time and date.
Every person owning any residential property within the Borough of Dormont which is rented, in whole or in part, to one or more persons for residential purposes shall certify to the Borough, for each rental property on forms which may be obtained in the Borough Office, the name, mailing address and telephone number of the owner and of all tenants occupying the rental property. Beginning in the calendar year 2001, such certification shall be made at least once annually not later than the last day of January of each respective calendar year. The annual certification shall be accompanied by a filing fee which shall be established by Council in a fee resolution from time to time. If a change in tenant occupancy occurs mid year, the owner shall provide to the Borough the new tenant information within fifteen (15) days of the change occurring but shall not be subject to a new filing fee except at the annual certification.
Beginning in December, 2012, Jordan Tax Service bills residents on a monthly basis for sewer usage. Pennsylvania American Water no longer will perform this service due to a new computer system. On the Jordan Tax bill you can see exactly how many gallons of water have been used for a month, and see the exact calculation of the sewer portion of the bill.
If you look at the section of the bill entitled Current Wastewater Charges, you will see two lines:
Line Number One: ALCOSAN Svc Charge
The Allegheny County Sanitary Authority (ALCOSAN) has a monthly service charge of $3.54 per account. This is passed on to the end user in this portion of the bill.
Line Number Two: Volume
The Borough of Dormont has two components to its billing in addition to the monthly service fee:
1. A charge of $5.05 per 1,000 gallons of water used. This is the basic fee charged by ALCOSAN..
2. A maintenance charge of $4.50 per 1,000 gallons of water used. This fee helps the Borough of Dormont to construct new sanitary lines and maintain the existing sanitary sewer lines.
Example: Billing Calculation:
If a resident were to use 18,000 gallons of water in July,
the bill would be calculated as follows:
$4.32 per 1000 gallons x 18,000 gallons = $77.76
$4.50 per 1000 gallons x 18,000 gallons = $81.00
$3.02 Monthly Service Charge = $ 3.02
Therefore, the sewer charges for the month of July would be $161.78.
Should you have any questions concerning your sewage bill, please contact Jordan Tax Service at 412-835-5243.
Real estate tax bills are mailed on March 1st of every year.
—The discount period is March 1st through April 30th.
Taxes paid during this period are eligible for a 2% discount.
— The “face” period is from May 1st through June 30th.
Taxes paid during this period are due at “face” value.
— The penalty period is from July 1st through December 31st.
Taxes paid during this period have a ten percent (10%) penalty added to the face value.
The real estate tax collector is in his office Monday, Wednesday and Thursday 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM. The office is open every day from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM the last two weeks in April and the last two weeks in August.
In December of each year, Borough Council adopts a fee resolution which outlines the costs for numerous programs and rental fees. The most current resolution provides for the following fees:
Community Room (located in the Municipal Center)
$50/hr for residents and $70/hr for non-residents + $100 refundable security deposit.
$35/hr for residents and $50 / hr for non-residents + $75 refundable security deposit.
$350 (residents) and $400 (non-residents) for ten hours + $200 refundable security deposit.
Large Pavilion in Dormont Park
$100 (residents) and $150 (non-resident) + $50 refundable security deposit
Small Pavilions in Dormont Park
$50 (residents) and $75 (non-residents) + $50 refundable security deposit
Beggs Snyder Pavilion
$50 (residents) and $75 (non-residents) + $50 refundable security deposit.
New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, 4th of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day.
Any person selling or transferring real property (hereinafter “applicant”) located within the borough shall make application before the date of sale or transfer. The applicant shall then have a plumber who is registered and licensed by the Allegheny County Health Department perform a dye test on the property to be sold or transferred. Such plumber shall complete the appropriate portions of the form and certify the results of each test. In the event that there are no illegal storm or surface water connection discharges, the Borough Manager, or his or her designee, shall issue a sanitary sewer certificate upon payment of a fee as shall be established from time to time by resolution of the Borough Council.
When an illegal storm or surface connection or discharge is discovered by means of the above-mentioned dye testing, no sanitary sewer certification will be issued until the illegal connections or discharges are removed and certification of such removal by a registered plumber is received.
#1 and #2 plastics, milk cartons & pop bottles, clear and colored glass, aluminum and bimetal jars and bottles, and newsprint – bundled or in paper bags.
Dormont Borough, Castle Shannon Borough, and Green Tree Borough comprise the Keystone Oaks School District. They can be reached at 412-571-6000.
Residential permit parking permits are available at the Dormont Police Department from 7 am until 7 pm. All questions concerning this program should be directed to the police desk at 412-561-8900 x300.
Pool passes go on sale starting April 1st of every year. Passes are available at the Borough Office Monday through Friday from 8:30 am until 4:30 pm.
The Council meets the last Monday of the month to prepare the agenda for the business meeting. The business meeting is in Council Chambers at 7:00 on the first Monday of the month.
The newsletter is quarterly. Editions are mailed out in March, June, September and December.
Leaves are picked up on six (6) times in the Fall, two (2) in the Spring (dates not yet determined). The dates are in the borough newsletter which is attached to the website & the calendar
Jordan Tax Service, Inc. is the earned income tax collector for the Borough of Dormont.
JORDAN TAX SERVICE, INC.
102 Rahway Road
McMurray, PA 15317
724-731-2300 or 412-835-5243
The Borough of Dormont has a deep respect for the traditions of Dormont. In recent years, attendance has declined as many prior visitors have decided to spend more time with their family at cookouts and other events. Furthermore, volunteerism has also been on the decline nationally making it tough to recruit the many volunteers needed to run the activities traditionally expected for the day and run an event all residents can be proud of.
For the next two years, July 4th will fall on a weekend, likely pushing attendance lower as many families may go out of town and even more difficult to recruit volunteers. Therefore, upon reflection and discussion, the Borough of Dormont will take the next two years to reimagine what the annual 4th of July celebration could look like.
This year’s celebration will begin at 6:00pm. The event will include the largest fireworks display in Dormont history to highlight the 100th year anniversary of the pool. Justin Fabus as well as other live entertainment, will also return to Dormont to headline this special event. There will still be food available in the pool parking lot. If you, or a group to which you belong to, are interested in providing other activities that evening, please contact Beth Bachman at BBachman@boro.dormont.pa.us or 412-561-8900 x227.
Federal firework regulations do not allow for the event to be held in the park.