Upper St. Clair Welcomes You!
E-Cycling has been moved to the Community & Recreation Center, document shredding will remain at the Township Building.
Mclaughlin Run Road
Work will begin on McLaughlin Run Road (SR 3004) on Tuesday, May 24, 2016. Upgrades will include base repairs to both the roadway and shoulders followed by milling and paving of those areas.
Painters Run Rd. Closure
Starting Monday, May 2, the section of Painters Run Road from McMillan Road to Kelso Road will reopen. On that date, the second phase of the project will begin, closing McMillan Road to Bower Hill Road. The detour route that has been in place for Phase 1 is now reversed.
A copy of Allegheny County's Press Release is available here.
Detour maps for both phases of the closure can be accessed here.
2015 - 2025 Comprehensive Plan
On November 2, 2015 by Resolution No. 1605 the Township completed the process of updating the community's comprehensive plan entitled Investing In Our Quality of Life. The plan reflects on the accomplishments of the past ten years and highlights the opportunities for advancement in the future. Additional information regarding the planning process and a copy of the plan may be found on the Township's Comprehensive Plan page.
Morrow Road Bridge Replacement Project
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT), through the P3 Rapid Bridge Replacement Project (RBRP), proposes to replace S.R. 3008, Section A01 (Morrow Road) bridge over McLaughlin Run on the existing alignment. The plan will include the replacement of the existing structure, guide rail updates, and drainage improvements. This project is scheduled to begin in the Summer of 2016 and will take approximately 8-weeks to complete. Please click on the below link to review the plans for the proposed bridge replacement project. A hard copy of the plans is also available in the lobby of the Township Administration building. Please call the Community Development Department at 412-831-9000 ext. 501 with any questions.
Interested in Volunteering?
The Township is seeking to replenish its Talent Bank Inventory. If you have been a resident one year or longer and are interested in volunteering your time as a Board or Commission member, please submit a Talent Bank Inventory form to the attention of the Township Manager. You may also visit the Township Receptionist for a copy.
Thursday, June 2, 2016
12:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Held in the C&RC's community rooms. You must be 16 years old (parent permission required) and older to donate blood.
Water Safety Day
Friday, May 27 & Saturday, May 28, 2016
Children age 3-13 years old and their parents are encouraged to join us to learn some essential information for keeping everyone safe in and around water. Program is held both in the classroom and in the water, so bring your suits!
FREE for everyone!
2016 Adult Summer Reading Raffle
Monday, June 13 - Wednesday, August 3, 2016
Click for details.
Download free music tracks each week, and the music is yours to keep!
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Upper St. Clair Intern Program
For over 30 years, Upper St. Clair’s Municipal Intern Program has helped inform and educate future local government leaders. Undergraduate and graduate students interested in local government spend 3 to 5 months familiarizing themselves with local government operations from the professional staff at Upper St. Clair Township.
Our interns work on everything from assisting in the preparation for contract negotiations to grant writing to answering phones. And not only does the Township receive valuable work from these interns, but it also exposes students to aspects and functions of local government that they may not learn in school. There are not necessarily classes on how much road salt to order or the process of bidding capital improvement projects, but it is exposure to those kinds of experiences that will help prepare our interns to become successful leaders in local government.
We are proud of the opportunities and experiences we are able to offer our interns, and many Upper St. Clair interns “graduate” to careers in local government. Many interns have gone on to successful local government management careers throughout Pennsylvania and beyond.
Matthew R. Serakowski