North Braddock Borough has a lot to be proud of, a formidable football town, a town of small businesses (some gone), home of the Andrew Carnegie steel industry (US Steel) and a town that has become a perfect venue for the film industry.
North Braddock has a lot to offer. Its historic past provides the basis for its evolving revitalization. Join us, enjoy and share in our pride as a strong, independent town that survived 1980s de-industrialization of the Pittsburgh region.
North Braddock is a town of tough strong people who know how to flourish in the face of adversity.
North Braddock is a great place to live and raise a family due to its close proximity to the City of Pittsburgh, public access transit and affordable housing. The Borough is located 10 miles south east of Pittsburgh, and comprises approximately 1.64 sq. miles.
- Grandview Golf Course – eighteen superbly designed golf holes that test a golfers shot-making shills
- Braddock’s Battlefield History Center located in the Borough where the Battle of Monongahela occurred includes over 250 artifacts and 50 works of art.
- Schwab Mansion – Built in 1893 for Charles M. Schwab when he was superintendent of the Carnegie Edgar Thomson Works
Council meets the third Tuesday of each month for Agenda and Legislative sessions. Meeting minutes are posted to the Borough website.