FOR SAFETY

Protecting the Borough’s Residents and Property

Whitehall takes the health and safety of our residents very seriously. In fact, that is one reason why the Borough exists—our founders felt underserved by the Baldwin Township authorities. 

With our own police and fire departments, and agreements with other emergency response entities in the area, today we live comfortably with the knowledge that our residents have easy access to highly trained, responsive emergency services.

Pets and Animal Control

Pets are part of the family, too! They’re also subject to a number of programs and regulations, which you can learn more about on the Pets and Animal Control page linked below. 

Whitehall is part of a multi-community collective administered out of  Mt. Lebanon Police Department. These officers deal with both domesticated stray animals and wildlife issues

EMS Department – MRTSA

Medical Rescue Team South Authority (MRTSA) provides health care to patients and transportation to and from providers of medical services.

Emergency Management

Pennsylvania’s Emergency Management Services Code (35 Pa. C.S. §§ 7101 et seq.) requires each political subdivision to have an emergency management program to prepare for, respond to, and recover from large-scale emergencies and disasters.

Whitehall Fire Department

Our fire department is an exclusively volunteer department with 49 dedicated individuals who protect the homes, properties and lives of Whitehall residents.

Whitehall Police Department

Whitehall Borough leadership and our Police Department are ever mindful of the safety of our residents. Residents and newcomers alike say that our reputation as a safe community is a major factor in drawing people into our community and keeping them here.

Questions? Concerns?

Emergencies
9-1-1 or  
412.884.1100

Non-Emergencies
412.884.1100

Animal Control
412.884.1100

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Questions? Concerns?

Emergencies
9-1-1 or  
412.884.1100

Non-Emergencies
412.884.1100

Animal Control
412.884.1100