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If a holiday falls on a regularly scheduled workday, collections for the holiday and each day thereafter will be delayed by one day and Friday's material will be collected on Saturday. If these holidays fall on a weekend, the collection schedule will operate as it normally does.
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Many of these items can be disposed of via the At Your Door Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) and E-Waste Collection service offered through the Town's contract with Waste Management.
Other disposal information may be found on Allegheny County's Recycling Resource Guide Page.
Contact Waste Management at 800-866-4460. If you are experiencing ongoing issues related to trash and recycling, contact the Town at 412-364-0616.
Call Waste Management 24 hours prior to your pickup day at 800-866-4460 to alert them of the extra pickup. You are permitted to put up to three bags of trash outside of your bin for two weeks in a row without being charged. On the third consecutive week, your account will be charged.
For more information on this subject, view our overflow/bulk item pickup costs page.
Halloween trick-or-treating is held on October 31, from 6 to 8 pm.
This year, because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, it is advisable to follow the CDC and state guidelines regarding face coverings and social distancing while out trick-or-treating. Here are a few other suggestions to help celebrate the holiday safely:
If you will be home on Halloween and expect trick-or-treaters to stop by, here are some tips:
A list of current polling places (as well as a link where you can find your polling place by typing in your address) can be found on our polling places page.
For other voting information (such as how to register and the Town's voting ward and district map), view our voting information page.
North Allegheny School District, ranked by Niche.com as one of the Best Districts in the Nation (#15), Best Districts in Pennsylvania (#3), Best District in the Pittsburgh area (#1), and Best District in Allegheny County (#1).
Call Waste Management at 800-866-4460.
You are not responsible for payment unless the cart is damaged as a result of placing hot ashes inside or you intentionally destroy the cart.
Residents must contact the McCandless Township Sanitary Authority (MTSA) at 412-366-2700 to schedule and have dye testing performed on their property.