Department of Public Works

Public Works provides infrastructure services including road maintenance and maintenance of sanitary sewers.

Department Leadership & Staff

The Department of Public Works is led by the Director, Public Works.  The Director is assisted by a dedicated and knowledgeable staff consisting of laborers, fleet mechanics, and an administrative assistant.

Public and Private Improvements Code (PPIC)

Frequently Asked Questions

1.If a street light is out in my neighborhood, who do I call?
Contact the power company that services your area of the township.

2.If there is a dead animal in my yard, how do I get rid of it?
Contact the Pennsylvania Game Commission at 724-238-9523.
3.If there is a large dead animal (deer) in the road, who do I call?
Dial 911 and they will contact the appropriate department - either county, state, or the Township Public Works.
4.If there is a live animal on my property that I believe is sick, who do I contact?
Dial 911.
5.Who is responsible for shoveling snow on the sidewalk that runs alongside the street in front of my house?
Each individual property owner is responsible for sidewalk maintenance in front of their house. Snow must be removed 24 hours after the conclusion of a snow event.