Scott Township resident Jorden Cavey had an idea.. and it was a great one. Mr. Cavey needed a project to ascend to Eagle Scout with the Boy Scouts of America. He came up with a memorial that would be dedicated to the men and women who have dedicated their lived to public safety. Jorden approached
Once again Scott Township was selected as a “Banner Community” by the Allegheny League of Municipalities. To accomplish this achievement, the Township had to meet a list of requirements/accomplishments. They are as follows:
Be a member in good standing with ALOM & your County Association.
On Thursday, March 14th, at 6:30 pm, residents gathered to meet with Commander Jason Deichler, a Scott Township resident who has been captain of the Los-Angeles Class Attack Submarine the U.S.S. Pittsburgh, which has seen 35 years of service to our nation. Commander Deichler presented a great educational
On Febryary 22nd, 2019, Representative Dan Miller hosted an economic round table at the Scott Township Municipal Building. There, regional leaders and managers from all of the communities in the 42nd District could go over their main development projects. Rep. Miller brought DCED, PennDOT, the County,
The Scott Township Easter Egg Hunt will take place at Scott Park on April 14th, 2019 at 2:00 pm. Please click HERE for more details and a look at the Easter Egg Hunt flyer!
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Many have had questions or been upset that recycling glass is no longer an option in our regular recycling. In response to that change, a Pittsburgh company has started a pilot program accepting glass for recycling purposes at their two locations. Michael Brothers Hauling and Recycling has launched
The new schedule from Waste Management is available! Click HERE! to view it.
The Pennsylvania Resources Council (PRC), a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit environmental organization, will host some glass recycling “pop up” events to collect glass for recycling. To visit their website and learn about these events, click HERE!