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Learn about valuable resources related to being more sustainably minded right here in our community. 

What You Need to Know


​Energy Conservation

  • EPA Energy Star Program

    • Contains tips and projects for improving energy efficiency and choosing energy efficient appliances

Renewable Energy Options

  • Solar Power

    • Pennsylvania Solar Center​

      • Non-Profit providing an online resource hub for Pennsylvania residents and businesses looking to go solar​

    • Solar United Neighbors

      • Non-profit consumer advocate group helping to make going solar easier and more affordable

    • Project Sunroof

      • Estimate the solar savings for your home using Google Earth images


 Regional Energy Providers

  • Duquesne Light-Watt Choices Program

    • Contains information on rebates, energy audits, appliance recycling, product marketplace, free energy efficiency kits, and more

  • West Penn Power

    • Contains information on available rebates, energy audits, free energy conservation kits and more

  • Columbia Gas-WarmWise Program

    • Contains information on rebates, energy audits, energy saving tips, and a customer assistance program

  • People's Natural Gas

    • Contains details on their customer assistance program​​​​​​​​


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  • CommuteInfo

    • Contains resources for commuting via carpool, cycling, and public transit

  • Port Authority

  • Pittsburgh Transit App

    • Provides all Pittsburgh transit options (T, bus, Healthy Ride, etc in one app)

  • BikePGH

    • Non-profit organization that supports bike & pedestrian initiatives in and around the city

    • Publishes a map featuring all Pittsburgh bike infrastructure 

    • Offers educational guides and classes for more confident urban cycling

    • South Hills Safe Streets is the bike/ped group specific to our area


    • Rentable bikes (Both electric and standard) with stations located throughout the city of Pittsburgh

    • Easy to use: Once you have an account through the PBSC app, scan a bike and enter the code to unlock ​

    • Affordable: $3.50 for 30 minutes of riding or upgrade to an electric bike for $5 for 30 minutes

    • Flex passes and annual plans also available.

  • Safe Routes to School

    • As a walking school district, safe walking routes are provided for each school. 

  • Sidewalk Expansion Policy

    • Financial support is available for sidewalk expansion in Mt. Lebanon

  • SPIN Scooters

    • Rentable scooters available throughout the city

  • DEP Alternative Fuel Vehicle Rebates​

    • Rebates for new or pre-owned plug-in hybrids, battery electric, hydrogen fuel cell, natural gas or propane vehicles​


  • Open Burn Regulations

  • Smell Pittsburgh App

    • Report foul odors to the Allegheny Health Department

  • Plume PGH

    • Visualization of air quality issues across Allegheny County


    • Aims to reduce the impact of exterior environmental pollution in southwestern Pennsylvania to improve healthy and energy efficient indoor environments where we live, work, and learn

    • Monitor the air you breathe using Purple Air MonitorsFind out more about the monitors recently installed by Mt. Lebanon. 


  • Farmers Markets

    • Uptown Market (Saturday morning) - Located in the Uptown Business District, typically runs from May to October

    • Lions Club Farmers Market (Wednesday evening) - Located at the Mt. Lebanon United Lutheran church on Washington Road, typically runs from June to October

    • Brookline Farmers Market (Sunday Morning/Afternoon) - Located at Cannon Memorial Park, runs from May to October

    • Upper St. Clair Rotary Farmers Market (Thursday evening) - Located at Westminster Church off of Washington Road, this market runs from May to September. 

    • Carnegie Market - (Sunday morning/afternoon) - Located in the Carnegie East Main parking lot and runs from July to September. 

    • Farm to Table - Western PA - Provides a comprehensive list of farmers markets and other local food opportunities in the Greater Pittsburgh area

  • Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)​

    • CSAs ensure you have local, in-season fruits and vegetables from late spring to early fall. You pay an upfront cost in late winter, when the farms are preparing for the upcoming year's planting. Capital is provided when it's needed most. In return, produce is delivered weekly to a nearby drop-off point for pickup. Sometimes additional items, such as eggs or jams, can be included in your order. ​

    • 2021 Guide to CSA programs near Pittsburgh from Good Food Pittsburgh​

    • Local Harvest - Provides details and reviews on available CSAs



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