SEPTEMBER RECYCLING EVENTS Mt. Lebanon is hosting several events for residents to dispose of unwanted items. From 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, September 2, bring your yard waste to the Mt. Lebanon Golf Course maintenance facility on Pine Avenue. Leaves, garden residue, twigs, shrub and branches under 3 feet in length. No grass clippings, stones, soil, stumps large limbs or plastic bags.
On Saturday, September 9, public works crews will collect woody waste—shrubs, trees and branches—at curbside. Residents must register for the pickup by 4:30 p.m. on Thursday, September 7, by calling 412-343-3403 or visiting myLebo.
From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturday, September 16, bring your electronic equipment to the public works yard on Lindendale Drive. One free TV per vehicle. Appliances with refrigerant cost $25. Mt. Lebanon residents only.
From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturday, September 23, bring your sensitive documents and other papers to the public works yard for shredding. Cost is $8 per banker’s box. Cash or check only.
FEEDING THE METER Drivers have a new option to pay for parking in Mt. Lebanon. Meter Feeder, an app that allows drivers to pay from their car without interacting with a meter, joins ParkMobile and Passport.
“Adding options doesn’t hurt, doesn’t take anything away,” said Andrew McCreery, Mt. Lebanon’s director of finance. McCreery said the municipality looked at Meter Feeder in 2017, but at that time the app, which was developed in Pittsburgh, was not able to handle the enforcement, “but now they have that capability.”
Meter Feeder has a geolocation feature that pinpoints where a vehicle is parking, and allows the driver to pay with a stored credit card—stored on the driver’s phone, not on the app’s servers.
Meter Feeder users don’t have to create an account, and the app has an option to automatically add more money to the meter as needed.
ART UPTOWN The Mt. Lebanon Partnership presents its annual Artists’ Market, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday, September 30 and Sunday, October 1, in the Academy lot behind The Saloon and across from Rollier’s Hardware. The juried arts festival will feature up to 80 booths of professional artists and crafters in a variety of media, including two-dimensional work, jewelry, wood, sculpture, glass, ceramics, fiber, wearables, mixed media, leather, and metal. Also on tap is a variety of food and entertainment.
CORRECTION Michael Vitanovich’s name was misspelled in High-end insurance (July/August 2023).