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Code Enforcement Officer – Dave Morgan

The Code Enforcement Officer is responsible for handling complaints relating to property maintenance and violations.

Building Inspector / Zoning Officer – Dan Felton

The Building Inspector / Zoning Officer is responsible for reviewing plans, issuing permits and conducting inspections in accordance with the Borough Ordinances. Dan is an employee of Building Inspection Underwriters. He is in the Borough Office on Monday mornings, and can be reached otherwise by leaving a message at 412-766-2565.

Public Works Department – Steve Palmer (Supervisor)

The Public Works Department consists of three (3) full time employees. The crew is responsible for the maintenance of the Borough roads, sewers, street signs, leaf collection, winter snow and ice removal, parks and Borough property.

Real Estate Tax Office – Lorraine Rehtorik (Real Estate Tax Collector)

The Real Estate Tax Collector is responsible for the collection of Borough property tax and Montour School District taxes. Earned Income Tax is collected by Jordan Tax Service.

Administrative Offices – Deborah Stecko (Borough Secretary-Treasurer)

The Administrative Offices include the Borough Secretary-Treasurer and a part-time Administrative Assistant. The Secretary-Treasurer is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Borough.

Police DepartmentJack Doherty (Chief)

The Police Department is responsible for serving and protecting the community and its citizen. The Department strives to provide the Borough with a professional and first-class team. The staff consists of the Chief, three (3) full-time and four (4) part-time Officers whose duty is to enforce the laws.

Volunteer Fire Department

The borough contracts with the city of Pittsburgh to provide fire protection services. This landmark agreement, which took effect in April of 2016, significantly increased the number of highly trained firemen responding to fires in Ingram Borough. This agreement resulted in increased public safety and operational cost savings for the taxpayer. In addition to providing emergency response, the firefighters also provide many related non-emergency functions.

There are three city of Pittsburgh fire stations located close to Ingram Borough. These stations are staffed by firefighters 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

Ambulance DepartmentKaren Dixon

The Ingram Community Emergency Service Inc. is staffed by volunteer E.M.T.s and paramedics. The Ambulance service offers complete emergency services through advanced life support 24 hours a day.