The Board of Commissioners made the difficult decision to cancel the summer recreation program for the 2024 Season due to a large number of complaints about the program over the course of the last two seasons. These complaints included issues with the effectiveness and levels of staffing, the variety
The following guidelines have been written by the Township Manager and Board of Commissioners on how the Town Hall Meeting will proceed so there is order and a fair opportunity for residents to speak in a respectful, constructive environment. Please refer to your Commissioner with any questions.
There will be a town hall meeting at the Scott Township Community Room above the pool in Scott Park on March 4th, 2024 at 7:00 PM. The Board of Commissioners will be there as well as the Township Manager to answer questions residents may have about all of the recent news and events in Scott Township.
Please join us for Brunch with the Bunny! This special event for children will be held at the Scott Park Community Room on March 23rd, 2024, and is by reservation only. To reserve your time with the Bunny, please visit our Community Pass site linked below. Once you’re in your account, look
From the desk of public services director Tom Kelley: Peoples Natural Gas will abandon a 12” high pressure gas line behind the homes along Rockfield Rd from 304 Emma to Brookfield, approximately 2,200 linear feet. A new line will be installed in the street in front of the homes. Work is scheduled
Here you have it folks… the final Waste Management schedule flyer for the year…
The Scott Township Board of Commissioners is looking to help residents this winter with snow removal issues. Every year some elderly residents struggle with snow removal and reliable, affordable assistance is very difficult to come by. The Township is looking for volunteers to help these residents
There is a vacancy for the 1st Alternate position on the Zoning Hearing Board. Interested parties please apply at the municipal offices.
Scott Township is looking to fill vacancies on our Environmental Advisory Council. The Council assists the Board of Commissioners in matters involving land development, open spaces, and recreation areas. Any interested parties please contact the Township at 412-276-5300. Thank you!
From the desk of Tom Kelley, Director of Public Services:
Through a contract with the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (PA DEP) Yost Drilling of Mt. Morris PA is preparing to cap four abandoned natural gas sites along Scrubgrass Rd in Scott Township. The wells have been leaking