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Meeting times for the various boards, commissions, and committees of Lower Burrell are as follows:
Any exceptions to the above schedule are noted on the City Calendar found on our Homepage/
To view or download a printable version of the current schedule, visit the Boards and Commissions page.
9 am to 5 pm weekdays, except holidays. Secured mail drops are located in the Lobby of the Treasurer’s Office and Outside City Hall for after hours use.
Lower Burrell is located approximately 20 to 25 miles northeast of Pittsburgh.
To obtain online driving directions, access the City Hall page of our directory.
The Animal Control Officer of Lower Burrell is Hoffman Kennels, who can be reached by calling 724-468-5505.
Byers Taxi Service, Inc.Phone: 724-567-5664
The telephone number to "Call Before You Dig" is 800-242-1776.
Burrell Lake Park is located off of Delberta Road: follow Puckety Church Road past the middle school and high school, and follow the posted signs to reach the park. You may also visit the Burrell Lake Park page to obtain online driving directions and view a video tour of Fisher Hall.
A pavilion or Fisher Hall may be rented by using CivicRec through the new website.
K-9 Officer Derek Kotecki Memorial Park is located on Wildlife Lodge Road. There are 2 different directions to the park:
For online driving directions, you may also visit the K-9 Officer Derek Kotecki Memorial Park page.
After the City, county and school property taxes are paid, you can apply for a Property Tax Rebate from the state the following year.
Any resident 18 and over pays $15 as long as they still keep their residency in Lower Burrell.
You can apply for an exemption form from the Burrell Senior High School business office. The exemption is based on age (65 years or older) and income, which is under $10,000. A disability can also exempt to you, however, it is at the discretion of the Burrell School District upon request.
Yes, You will not be billed for any consumption, but must continue to pay the minimum base rate based on meter size.
Anyone who receives a form has to file, even if they do not work.
Any resident employed has to pay Earned Income regardless of age. The rate is 1%.
No, none of the items listed in this question are taxable.
The county Bureau of Elections can be reached by calling 724-830-3150.
We recommend using the PA Department of State Find Your Polling Place website to find out where you should go to cast your vote.
Voter registration and Absentee Ballot information is available on the Westmoreland County website Elections page.