AK Valley News - Springdale Township Police Chief and K9 Officer Andor present at the Springdale Free Library - See full article here.
Township of Springdale will be flushing fire hydrants, primarily April 27-30, 2015. The process is aimed at ensuring customers receive the highest quality and dependable water service. Flushing will be conducted between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday to minimize disruptions of customer water service.
Temporary service disruptions may include discolored water. There is no health hazard associated with the discolored water. Allow a few hours for discoloration to dissipate. To verify water is clear, run the cold-water tap for a few minutes.
Many residents have called, asking about Wage Tax Filing... you can file online or call Keystone Collections Group for more information:
Phone (724) 978-0300
B-I-N-G-O - Every Monday night at the Allegheny Valley Volunteer Fire Company. Doors open at 5:30 PM. Early bird is at 7:00 PM.
Regular Township Meetings are held the third Thursday of each month at 7:00 PM in the Municipal Building.
Springdale Township is made up of two close-knit communities, Harwick and Orrville, located just 15 miles northeast of Pittsburgh, PA, in Allegheny County. Proudly a part of Allegheny Valley, Springdale Township is bordered by Cheswick Borough, Harmar Township, Frazer Township, and Springdale Borough and served by the Allegheny Valley School District.
New and lifelong residents alike say that Springdale Township is a great place to call home. The township is less than one mile from the Pittsburgh Mills Mall, adjacent to Exit 12, Cheswick, on Route 28 and two miles from the Exit 48, Allegheny Valley, on the Pennsylvania Turnpike.
Our elected officials, police department and staff work hard to ensure that Springdale Township continues to be a safe, welcoming community.
100 Plate Drive
PO Box 177
Harwick, PA 15049
Monday - Friday
8 AM to 1 PM
1:30 PM - 4 PM
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