Good morning Castle Shannon. Please weigh in if you have power restored. Please let us know if your power is still out. We will be reaching out to the utility companies again today for updates. Specific issues needing attention may be posted by street on Facebook or twitter @shannonpolice or by giving your specific address to or 412.885.9300 x111.


No injuries. Please avoid the area.

Good morning Castle Shannon.
Some residents who have endured the power outage have been restored over the past 24 hours. The Borough continues to advocate for residents who are impacted by the Sunday wind storm. If you are still without power, please let us know here, email, or call the police admin line 412.885.9300 x111.

Residents who continue to suffer power outages should be reporting same to Duquesne Light,, that they may update their records and triage as manpower and call volume permit.

While we have been providing information to the Allegheny County Emergency services, apparently there are still Castle Shannon residents without power. 

There is a transformer and lines down behind Cooke Dr in the 800 BL, Willow Ave in 4200BL, Elm St, Myrtle Ave and McRoberts Rd.


Dear Keystone Oaks Families:

Early this morning, the Mt. Lebanon Police Department made the Keystone Oaks School District aware of a potentially threatening online post; at the same time, the District also received a report through the Safe2Say Something system.  As a result, school was cancelled for the District today, Tuesday, February 19, 2019.


From KOSD-

Good Morning,

The Keystone Oaks School District will be closed today, Tuesday, February 19, 2019 due to a threat that was reported to the District. The District is working closely with the Mt. Lebanon Police Department, which is handling the investigation. We will provide an update with more details as they are available.

Thank you.

Sarah Welch
Coordinator of Communications & Public Relations
Keystone Oaks School District


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Unknown substance discovered by garbage collectors causing ill effects. Allegheny County Hazmat on scene to investigate cause.


Temperatures over next 48 hours will be dangerously low. If you or someone you know is without heat contact us by dialing 911, we will have a temporary facility in place for anyone in need of shelter.