USC Government

Annual Township Budget

Home Rule Charter

Request to View Records Form

Polling Places

Additionally, our list of Local Elected Officials includes the number of the State or Federal District representing Upper St. Clair.

Ward District Polling Place
1 1 Township Building, Library Multi-purpose Room
Ground Floor - McLaughlin Run Road
1 2 Baker Elementary School, Gymnasium - Morton Road
1 3 Fort Couch Middle School, Gymnasium
Miranda Drive Entrance
1 4 Fort Couch Middle School, Gymnasium
Miranda Drive Entrance
2 1 Fort Couch Middle School, Gymnasium
Miranda Drive Entrance
2 2 Westminster Presbyterian Church - Washington Road
2 3 Fort Couch Middle School, Gymnasium
Miranda Drive Entrance
2 4 Fort Couch Middle School, Gymnasium
Miranda Drive Entrance
3 1 Recreation Center - McLaughlin Run Road
3 2 St. Louise de Marillac School - McMurray Road
3 3 Recreation Center - McLaughlin Run Road
4 1 Baker Elementary School, Gymnasium - Morton Road
4 2 Boyce Middle School, Gymnasium - Boyce Road
4 3 Boyce Middle School, Gymnasium - Boyce Road
4 4 Boyce Middle School, Gymnasium - Boyce Road
5 1 Wesley Spectrum Services, Gymnasium - Johnston Road
5 2 Wesley Spectrum Services, Gymnasium - Johnston Road
5 3 Boyce Middle School, Gymnasium - Boyce Road

Contact

Information

Department of Administration

Monday - Friday
8 a.m. – 4 p.m.

P. 412-831-9000

F. 412-831-9882

1820 McLaughlin Run Road  Upper St. Clair, PA 15241

Elected Officials

House of Representatives (District 18)
Tim Murphy (R)
412.344.5583 | murphy@mail.house.gov

State Senator (District 37)
Guy Reschenthaler (R)
412.831.0250 / go to: www.senatorreschenthaler.com

State Representative (District 40) 
John Maher (R)
412.831.8080 | jmaher@pahousegop.com

County Council (District 5)
Sue Means (R)
412.350.6545 | sue.means@alleghenycounty.us

District Judge (District Court 05-2-20)
Ronald A. Arnoni
412.835.1661

Appointed Boards
& Commissions

In addition to the elected Board of Commissioners, the Township has seven appointed Boards or Commissions, comprised of Upper St. Clair residents, which specialize in selected areas of municipal government and serve as advisors. Over 150 meetings and hearings are held annually by the various Boards and Commissions in accordance with their assigned duties and responsibilities.

 Except for the Parks and Recreation Board which meets in the Boyce Mayview Community & Recreation Center Community Room, and the Youth Steering Committee which also meets at the C&RC, all Board meetings are held in the Board of Commissioners Meeting Room, unless otherwise noted.

To serve on a board or commission, complete a Talent Bank Form which is available from the Township Manager's Office. In the event of a vacancy on a board or commission, the talent bank forms identify residents who are interested in volunteering their time and expertise.