Upper St. Clair Welcomes You!
Aug. 27 – West Penn Power will be interrupting service to approximately 16 customers in the Candlewood Drive area. Affected customers will be notified by phone.
Tri-Community South EMS Earns Accreditation
E-Cycling will be every 2nd Saturday of every month thereafter from 10AM to 2PM. *Please be advised residents are only allowed to recycle one TV per car. In accordance with Chapter 68 of th..Read More
Leaves and Debris drop off
Leaves and yard Debris drop off will occur every second Saturday of the month from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Drop off your leaves and debris at Boyce Mayview park recycle site...Read More
Youth Steering Committee
The Youth Steering Committee (/government/youth-steering) will be meeting at the Community and Recreation Center. 1551 Mayview Road Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania 15241. ..Read More
Community Blood Drive
Thursday, September 3, 2015 12 p.m to 6 p.m. Community & Recreation Center at Boyce Mayview Park Community Rooms 1551 Mayview Road, Pittsburgh, PA 15241 Contact 412-221-1099 ext 6..Read More
NFL Punt, Pass, & Kick (PPK)
Sunday, October 4, 2015
For boys and girls ages 6-15 years old. Will be held at Boyce Mayview Park Multi-purpose field. Pre-register online at www.nflppk.com.
Thursday, September 3, 2015
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.
Summer Library Hours
The library is closed summer Sundays through Labor Day; the library is closed Monday, September 7 (Labor Day).
Book Discussion Groups
Day and evening discussion groups meet throughout the year. Cozy Up With Books is our ladies morning discussion group and WOW! Women of Words meets in the evening. New participants are always welcome! Stop in or call the library for details.
Go to the Library section.
Get Outside – It’s Summer!
Did you know that almost one-third of Upper St. Clair is parkland? Many Township residents are aware of the 475+ acre Boyce Mayview Park that is home to the Community & Recreation Center, playing fields, the Miracle League Field and Playground, The Outdoor Classroom, and miles of trails. But, additionally, in this 10 square mile community, there are over 20 recreational sites.
Enjoy all that the Township offers. In the last few years, Municipal Park on McLaughlin Run Road (next to the Library) has seen new play structures. The renovations at Wiltshire Park have resulted in great excitement for park users and Clair Park is experiencing upgrades this season. Additionally, The Clubhouse, an all-accessible playground located within Boyce Mayview Park, was dedicated in May of this year.
So get outside – run, walk, hike, swing, climb, swim, golf,
play tennis, and more – it’s all in your community!
Matthew R. Serakowski