Board of Supervisors:Rich Gardner, Joe Olszewski, Rich Hill
Seal Coating schedule
August 7, 2020
Seal Coating will TENTIVELY begin on Monday, August 17th, “weather permitting”, on the following roads and will take approximately 3 to 4 days.
North Washington Road, Hunt Valley Road, Hunt Valley Circle, Skylark Drive, Meadow Highlands Drive, Zubal Road, Donna Drive, Blueberry Drive, Beaver Run Rd (9504’ from Route 66), Marco Road, Silvis Road, Young Drive, Goodview Drive and Watt Road.
Short Delays can be expected. Emergency vehicles will always have access.
This will be followed by Fog Sealing which is tentatively scheduled for the beginning of September.
2020 Census - Constitution Day, September 17, 2020
August 5, 2020
It is important to make sure every township resident, young and old, is counted.
Our annual clean up day for residents with identification has been rescheduled for Saturday, September 12that the Road Department's Maintenance building at3788 Route 66,from7 am to 5:00 pm.
Two truck loads are permitted per household. The following items will NOT be accepted: Liquids, paints, chemicals/hazardous materials, any electronics (including TV's), any appliances containing Freon, batteries, tires, and household garbage.
If you already applied during the first application window, you will be notified of your status by August 10. You do not need to reapply in the second round. Qualified applications will be automatically rolled over into this next funding round for consideration.
On January 12, 2017, the Washington Township Board of Supervisors adopted a new Subdivision & Land Use Ordinance which restricts the use of banner and pennant signs in the road right-of-ways. Temporary political signs are permitted for no more than 60 days from the election and must be removed within 10 days following the election and temporary special event display signs are permitted for a period of not exceeding 30 days. All other yard signs are prohibited in the road right-of-ways and will be removed.
Violation of this Ordinance may result in a fine.
Washington Township/Bell Township Lion's Club
If interested in helping your local community, join the Lion's Club. Monthly meetings are held at the Township building every 1st and 3rd Monday of every month at 7:00 pm. For more information, contact John Doyle at 724/727-2518. Lions brooms are available at the Municipal building.
The Township Public Works Department will be tree and shrub trimming. Tree limbs or shrubs, which hang into the right-of-way or are in the area beyond the edges of the road and are less than 14 feet in height, become a hazard and cause damage to buses and trucks, and also interferes with proper snow removal. The Public Works Department would greatly appreciate if all residents would trim their trees in this area. They will also be trimming trees/shrubs that restrict vision at intersections. The workers will try and hand out letters to give advance notice if they will be in your area. They cannot be held responsible if there is any damage to your trees. If you are concerned with the health of your trees, please either trim them yourselves or hire a qualified tree arborist.
Please be aware that our township ordinance prohibits parking on streets. This is especially important during the winter months when our plows need to have access. This will be enforced.
Please contact Rick Huffman, our Public Works Director at the Township maintenance bldg at 724-727-9669 if you need further information or if you have any other road-related concerns. Information you may have is always appreciated.
Township Residents Needing Clean Fill
Please contact the Township if you would like to receive clean fill. The Township has various projects where we will have clean fill that we need to dispose of. If interested, call us at 724-727-3515 and we can make arrangements with you.
May 28, 2013
Please be aware that the Police Department is on Facebook and Nixle (Nixle.org). Residents are encouraged to visit these free sites. If you notice any suspicious activity in your neighborhood, do not hesitate to contact 911.
Drop-off boxes for unwanted prescription medications are up and running at the Washington Township Police Department (M-F, 8 am to 3 pm) and other police departments in our area. Residents can bring any outdated or unwanted prescription or over-the-counter pills, inhalers, ointments, creams, sprays and pet medicines. Medicines should be deposited in sealed bottles, bags or other containers; patient information can be removed or crossed out. Needles and injectable drugs will not be accepted.