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The answer is, “yes, you do!" You’re not permitted to burn trash and recyclables. But, for items like large tree limbs, you’ll need a burning permit. The cost is $5 for 5 years. View the Burning Permit (PDF) to fill out and mail in the form.
By the way, open burning is permitted Tuesday through Saturday, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. We recommend standing by with the garden hose for safety purposes.
BUILDING PERMITS are required for:
ZONING PERMITS are required for:
The Municipality of Murrysville adopted the Uniform Construction Codes, which, as of October 1, 2018, reference the 2015 International Residential Code (IRC).
Yes, please refer to Article III, District Regulations, found in Chapter 220, Zoning, of the Code of the Municipality of Murrysville.
Yes, only on lots of ten (10) or more acres. Please refer to Zoning section 220-65 for additional information and requirements.
If you need information on building permits and general construction-related activities, please contact DAVID JOBE at firstname.lastname@example.org or (724) 327-2100 ext. 111.
If you have residential zoning questions or have a neighborhood complaint, please contact MARK PISONE at email@example.com or (724) 327-2100 ext. 110.
For all subdivision, land development, and general planning inquiries, please contact HAYLEY WELSH at firstname.lastname@example.org or (724) 327-2100 ext. 105.
Good question. The time it takes for a plan to process from start to finish within the Municipality is highly dependent upon the type of development that you wish to propose. Please keep in mind that a plan must go through an internal staff review, a Planning Commission review, and a Council review. As multiple Planning Commission and Council reviews may be necessary, the approximate timeframes presented below may be lengthened depending on the type, size, and scope of your application and proposed project.
For lot line revisions and lot line consolidations, please expect an approximate 2-3 week processing time of your application and plan for final recording.
For minor subdivisions, please expect an approximate 4-6 week processing time of your application and plan for final recording.
For all other major projects, such as major subdivisions, planned residential developments, and major land developments, please allow a minimum of 2-4 months processing time. Please be advised that for larger projects such as the ones previously mentioned, Murrysville's Planning Commission and Council may request multiple meetings in order to review your plan. Additionally, please note that Community Development staff oftentimes cannot give you an exact timeframe on the approval of your plan for large projects. However, we are committed to working with you in order to ensure that your plan goes through the Municipality in the most efficient manner possible.
Yes. To find out the fee required for your specific application, please see Chapter 112, Fees, of the Code of the Municipality of Murrysville. If you have a question regarding required fees, please contact Hayley Welsh, Community Planner, at (724) 327-2100 ext. 105 or email@example.com.
View the Building Permit (PDF) for the Building Permit Application Form. You need a building permit for a shed. Even for the prefabricated ones from Sears.
The answer is, “yes, you do!” You’re not permitted to burn trash and recyclables, but for items like large tree limbs, you’ll need a burning permit. The cost is $5 for 5 years. Complete the Burning Permit (PDF) and return to us by mail, or bring it to our office at 4100 Sardis Road, Murrysvile, Pa 15668. . By the way, open burning is permitted Tuesday through Saturday, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. and we recommend standing by with the garden hose for safety purposes.
This requires a Solicitor’s Permit! Please stop by the Municipal Building to complete the required form, provide identification, and submit payment. Please allow a three-day turnaround time.
Barking dog? Junk vehicles? Standing water? The Municipality will try to help you as best as we can, so please contact the Code Enforcement Department at 724-327-2100, ext. 110.
The Municipality is listed on your bill because we permit Comcast to provide cable service in Murrysville, but we can’t help you with fixing your cable box or arranging for payment. Please call Comcast directly at 800-266-2278. The nearest Comcast office is located in Monroeville at:
4020 William Penn Highway,
Monroeville PA 15146
Please visit the Facilities section of this website and you can view the availability of the Community Center and the park pavilions. Not only can you rent the facilities online, but we accept Visa and MasterCard for payment. However, if you have questions, please contact our friendly receptionist at 724-327-2100, ext. 104.
First of all, ensure that you have your recycling (and trash) at the curb prior to 6 a.m. on collection day, because the driver cannot return to your house if you don’t have it at the curb in time. View the Recycling Schedule for the collection weeks.
Please call the trash company, Republic Services, at 877-788-9400. They’re the folks who can handle all your missed pick-ups and billing questions immediately. If you’re a new resident, you’ll need to set-up your trash/recycling account, as this service is not included in your taxes.
Please call the trash company, which is also the recycling collector at 877-788-9400. The customer service representatives will be pleased to assist you.
This is one of the best kept secrets in town! The number is 724-387-1772.
Excellent question! To find your home in an emergency, this reflective sign is incredibly helpful. Please contact Murrysville Medic One at 724-327-1222 to order your sign.
Murrysville is required to exempt persons whose total earned income and net profits from all sources with Murrysville is less than $12,000 for the calendar year in which the LST is levied. "Income from all sources" is defined as the same "earned income" and "net profits" that are used to determine the local earned income tax.
Using the following example: if employees work full time in the City of Pittsburgh and all employees earn $12,000 or more, the employer is required to withhold the pro-rata share of the tax by dividing $52 by the number of payroll periods established by the employer for the calendar year. The $52 tax would be collected at $1 per week for taxpayers paid weekly or at $4.33 per month for taxpayers paid monthly. When calculating the pro-rata chare, employers are required to round down to the nearest one-hundredth of a dollar.
The employer should remit the LST quarterly. The LST form is provided by the Municipality of Murrysville. The tax should be paid the month following the end of each quarter.
No, if an employee files an Exemption Certificate with his employer stating that he will make less than $12,000 for the tax year, the employer is required not to withhold the LST. The employer is required to have the Exemption Certificate available for employees to complete.
For example: A new hire files an Exemption Certificate with his employer. The employer or his employee realize with 13 weeks left in the year he will make $12,000 at this job, because he is working more hours than anticipated. He is paid weekly.
After the employer realizes the employee will make $12,000 or more, the employer should withhold $40 from the next pay to catch-up then $1 a pay for the remaining 12 weeks for a grand total of $52.
For example: An employee has 2 jobs. Both started at the beginning of January. Job 1 is in the Municipality of Murrysville and pays the employee $3,000 a month. Job 2 is in Municipality "A" and paid the taxpayer $2,000.
The job that pays the employee the most should be considered his principal job and in this case, it would be the Municipality of Murrysville. The LST should be paid to the Municipality of Murrysville. The employee should file an Exemption Certificate with Municipality "A" as proof that their principal employer is located in the Municipality of Murrysville.
No, the taxpayer should file an Exemption Certificate with both employers and have no LST deducted. The taxpayer is not subject to the LST since he did not earn $12,000 in any single municipality. If the tax was withheld, the employee could file a refund claim request with each municipality after January 31 of the following year. The LST Refund Form (PDF) can be obtained at the municipal website.
For example: An individual works January through June in the Municipality of Murrysville and July through December in Municipality "A". He earns $10,000 a month at both jobs and is paid once a week. What is his liability of Murrysville?
His employer in the Municipality of Murrysville should withhold $1 a week for 26 pay periods and remit $26 along with his other employees' deductions to the Municipality of Murrysville. Municipality "A" would be entitled to the LST for the second half of the year. The employee should file an exemption certificate and provide proof that the LST was paid to Murrysville for the first half of the year to Municipality "A".
Yes. A self-employed person is subject to the $52 LST if they work in the Municipality of Murrysville. The tax may be prorated and paid quarterly.
First fill out an Exemption Certificate with the employer that you earn the least with (Secondary Employer). Then you may complete a Local Services Tax Refund Application LST Refund Form (PDF) with acceptable proof of payments.
For example: On January 1, the employee worked for an employer in Municipality "A" who levies a flat $10 Local Services Tax and paid $10. In June, the employee started a new job in Murrysville earning $5,000 a month. Does the employee have to pay the Local Services Tax to the Municipality of Murrysville?
The rate of the Local Services Tax is $52 for Murrysville. If the employee works the rest of the year in Murrysville, the employer should withhold the remaining $42 after the employee shows proof that $10 was withheld from Municipality "A".
No, the employee is now liable for the tax. If an employee quits, his previous employer only needs to withhold the tax for the payroll periods in which he was employed.
The employer is required to have upfront exemption certificates available for employees. The employer is required to withhold the LST for employees who don’t file an exemption certificate. It does not matter if an employee is from in or out of Pennsylvania. It only matters if they qualify for an exemption and they file the exemption certificate with the employer.
No, fill out a local exemption certificate and attach a copy of your orders directing you to active duty status. Annual training is not eligible for exemption.
There are two types of crashes, non-reportable and reportable. A non-reportable crash occurs when there are no injuries and the vehicles involved are drivable. It is not necessary to have a police report on file for this type of crash. However, if you prefer, you can still call the department to have an officer file a report and verify the information the other motorist provided is accurate and valid. A reportable crash is when there are injuries as a result of the crash, or if any of the vehicles involved will need to be towed as a result of disabling damage. A report is required by state law. Failure to notify police of a reportable crash is an offense under the Motor Vehicle Code.
Residents of Murrysville can call the Police Department at 724-327-2100 to schedule a tour of the department for interested scout troops or small groups. Appointments can also be arranged to have car seats checked and to initiate crime watch programs. The department also conducts a Citizen’s Police Academy, as determined by interest by community members.
Yes. After you call the police department at 724-327-2100, stay with your car and await the officer’s arrival. You will be asked to sign a damage waiver prior to the officer attempting to open the door. There is no charge for this service.
A complaint can be filed two different ways:
The complaint form must be notarized prior to submission to the police department.
If a police officer stops you while you are driving, you should:
If a police officer stops you while you are driving, you should not:
At the conclusion of the traffic stop:
The Murrysville Police Department values the importance of enforcing traffic laws, in an effort to reduce traffic related crashes and promote safety. You may call the police station at 724-327-2100 and make a request for extra traffic patrols in your area. The information will be given to the Traffic Safety Committee. They will then make an effort to have an officer conduct a traffic detail in the problem area. A speed monitoring trailer may also be set up to encourage motorists to slow down.
The Murrysville Police Department can be reached at 724-327-2100, ext. 200. In the event of an emergency please dial 911. For non-emergency issues please contact the Westmoreland County Public Safety Dispatch Center at 724-836-1551. The fax number for the department is 724-733-0079.
The Murrysville Police Department is located at the following in Westmoreland County.:4120 Sardis RoadMurrysville, PA 15668
Contact the Murrysville Police Department by telephone at 724-327-2100, ext. 200, or stop at the police department to file a police report.
A copy of a police report may be obtained at the Murrysville Police Department for a fee of $20. The request can be made in person or by mail. Payment can be made in cash or by check, payable to the Municipality of Murrysville. Reports are available for review at no cost.
You have ten days from the receipt of the traffic citation to plead not guilty. On the back of the traffic citation you received, there are directions on how to plead not guilty. You will need to mail in your signed plea, along with the collateral indicated on the traffic citation, to Magisterial District Justice 10-3-02 at the following address or you can appear before the Magisterial District Justice to enter your plea:5919 Washington AvenueExport, PA 15632
All payments for traffic citations should be made through Magisterial District Justice 10-3-02 at:5919 Washington AvenueExport, PA 15632
The office telephone number is 724-327-8322. Payments cannot be accepted at the police department.
Parking Tickets can be paid in person at the Murrysville Police Department or mailed to:4120 Sardis RoadMurrysville, PA 15668
Cash or check will be accepted for payment. Make checks payable to the Municipality of Murrysville. Parking tickets issued for fire lane violations have a fine of $10 if paid within 24 hours. After 24 hours, the fine increases to $25 and is set at that rate for 10 days. If the fine is not paid within 10 days, a state traffic citation will be filed and sent via mail. If convicted, the fine can increase to $300 plus court costs. Failure to respond to that citation could also result in your driver's license being suspended. Parking tickets that are issued for parking prohibited at all times, parking prohibited during certain hours, time limit parking, special purpose parking zone and snow removal parking all carry a $25 fine. These tickets must be paid within 10 days. If no payment is received within 10 days, a state traffic citation will be filed, and, if convicted, the fine will increase to $50 plus court costs.
Once a citation has been issued for an unpaid parking ticket, follow the directions on the back of the citation.
Currently, the Murrysville Police Department only processes fingerprints for residents of the Municipality. You will need to bring proof of identity and any fingerprint cards provided by your employer. Bring these items to the Murrysville Police Department, located at:4120 Sardis RoadMurrysville, PA 15668
If you do not have a card, we can provide them for you. Fingerprinting is dependent on officer availability and the availability of the processing room. There is a $10 fee for this service.
The Westmoreland County Sheriff’s Department issues permits to carry a firearm. That office is located is at:2 N Main StreetGreensburg, PA 15601
For more information, you can visit their website.
The Murrysville Police Department does not offer physical checks of residences. If you are going away on vacation, or leaving your home for an extended period of time, contact us at 724-327-2100 to provide a record of emergency information, in the event a problem should occur at your residence. View a copy of our “Security Check Form."
If you should find a lost/stray dog, or if you lose your dog, contact the Murrysville Police Department at 724-327-2100, ext. 200. The department keeps records of all dogs reported as lost or found. The Murrysville Police Department also has the telephone number of the area dog catcher, which is Hoffman’s Kennels, if a dog needs picked up. They can be reached at 724-468-5505.
Contact the Murrysville Police Department at 724-327-2100 ext 200. Your information will be obtained and forwarded to an individual that is contracted through the Municipality for the removal of deceased deer on local roadways, or it will be given to PennDOT for removal from any state maintained roads.
Disability Parking Placards are available through the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) (PDF). The Murrysville Police Department has copies of this form (PDF) available at the station.
The Murrysville Police Department has the appropriate forms to request a criminal record check, or to apply for Pennsylvania Child Abuse History Clearance (also known as Act 33/34). You can stop by the station to pick them up. You may also visit the Pennsylvania State Police website to submit an electronic request for criminal history. Requests for a Pennsylvania Child Abuse History Clearance can be found at the Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare’s website.
Yes. Businesses and residential property owners are permitted two courtesy false alarm activation responses per calendar quarter. Third and subsequent responses to false alarms during that period are referred to as nuisance alarms. The business or property owner will be charged a $35 fee for a response to a nuisance alarm. The Murrysville Police Department values the importance of alarm systems, and as such, we are committed to responding to activations to ensure your safety and protect your property. However, repeated responses to false activations at the same address take officers off patrol where they otherwise may have been needed. If your alarm activation is cancelled prior to police arrival, you will not be billed. An officer will still respond just to ensure that the cancellation was not the result of duress or coercion caused by an intruder.
The Murrysville Police Department encourages you to report any activity you observe that may seem suspicious or strange. Often, many crimes go unreported to the police because witnesses are reluctant to call, either because they feel it isn’t important, or because they think they are wasting the police department’s time and it won’t be taken seriously anyway. We would like to assure you that no call received will be brushed aside or not given the attention that it deserves. Concerned and observant citizens provide us with some of our most useful information for solving cases. Your vigilance allows us to do our jobs more effectively, and with greater success. Calling the police immediately will allow officers to respond to an area quickly, giving them the opportunity to possibly stop a crime in progress and/or catch those who are responsible for committing it before they have left the area.
The Municipality has a contract out for deer removal only on Municipal Roads. Please call the Murrysville Police station at 724-327-2100 ext 200 and speak with the administrative assistant or leave a message with address name and location of deer. For state roads Penn Dot has their own contractor for this service. To see which roads in Murrysville are state roads click here.
No, According to Ordinance NO. 921-14, no person or contractor shall deposit snow onto our roads.
The Municipality’s policy repairs only mailboxes if hit by the plow and not the snow coming off of the plow. (add link to snow and ice removal policy)
You can find a list of State or County Roads on our website, any road ending in Lane is Private and not maintained by the Municipality. ( also add link to list of state and county roads.)
Public Works will remove all trees downed on our roads, if a tree falls from a residents front yard, we will remove the tree from the road, but it is the residents responsibility to clean up there tree. If a tree is in any wires, we do not touch that tree, we wait for the utility company to remove the tree from the wires then we will remove the tree from the road.
Public Works is a very busy Department, you can find phone numbers and email addresses on the web, if you need quicker access, call 724-327-2100 X104, they will call us by radio.
The opening is 6” x 30”, it is located at the Municipal Building on the Police side.
Absolutely not, PW is not trained or equipped to do animal control! You could call the Game Commission.
No, the pool is still open to the public when you reserve a party.
Yes you may but please also bring trash bags and clean the room after your party because it will be used for school the next day.
Yes, there is a limit of 20 children when renting the pool and cafeteria because of the pool size and general usage by recreational and lap swimmers.
Small toys and individual flotation devices are fine but large rafts, etc. are not permitted
No, the building opens at 6:00 p.m. and you will not be permitted in any earlier.
There is currently a waiting list to participate. If interested after reading the requirements please email your name, address, phone number to: Amy Wengrzyn at firstname.lastname@example.org to be placed on the waiting list.