Monroeville area polling places, hours, information listed
Here's the list of local polling places for Tuesday's general election.
Polls will open at 7 a.m. and close at 8 p.m.
The Allegheny County Division of Elections can be reached at 412-350-4500.
To file an election-related complaint on Election Day, see www.pavoterservices.state.pa.us/Pages/ReportElectionComplaints.aspx.
Monroeville, 1st Ward
District 1: Monroeville Volunteer Fire Co. No. 3, 2601 Third St.
District 2: New Covenant Presbyterian Church, 2225 Grandview Ave.
Districts 3 and 4: Moss Side Elementary School (first floor), 5000 Gateway Campus Blvd.
Monroeville, 2nd Ward
Districts 1 and 2: Crossroads Church Fellowship Hall, 2310 Haymaker Road.
District 3: North American Martyrs School, 2526 Haymaker Road.
Monroeville, 3rd Ward
District 1: Gateway Middle School, Haymaker Road and Old William Penn Highway.
Districts 2 and 3: Resurrection Church, 455 Center Road.
District 4: University Park Elementary School, 320 Noel Drive.
Monroeville, 4th Ward
Districts 1 and 2: Grace Baptist Church, 4518 Northern Pike.
District 3: University Park Elementary School, 320 Noel Drive.
Monroeville, 5th Ward
Districts 1, 2 and 4: Monroeville Volunteer Fire Co. No. 1, 122 Elmwood St.
District 3: Moss Side Elementary School (first floor), 5000 Gateway Campus Blvd.
Monroeville, 6th Ward
Districts 1 and 2: Hillcrest Presbyterian Church, 1622 James St.
Districts 3 and 4: Monroeville Municipal Building, 2700 Monroeville Blvd.
Monroeville, 7th Ward
Districts 1 and 2: Monroeville Volunteer Fire Co. No. 6, 600 Garden City Drive.
District 3: Evergreen School, 3831 Evergreen Drive.
District 1: Pitcairn Assembly of God Church, 520 Wall Ave.
District 2: Pitcairn Hose Co. No. 1 first floor, 100 Center Ave.
District 3: Pitcairn Borough Building, 582 Sixth St.
District 1: First floor of Wilmerding Borough Building, 310 Station St.
District 2: Second floor of Wilmerding Borough Building, 310 Station St.
District 1: Wall Borough Municipal Building and fire station, 413 Wall Ave.
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