Upper St. Clair Township

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Latest Closures Due to NextGen Municipal Building Renovation Project

Improvements are coming to the Upper St. Clair Library! The NextGen Municipal Building Renovation Project construction will cause some temporary closures: 

-The kids library's playroom closed on May 23, 2022.

-The adult fiction part of the Upper St. Clair Library, including the DVDs and CDs area, closed on May 10, 2022. The closure is expected to last for about two months, until mid-July 2022. 

If you can't find the book you're looking for, or if the book you would like is in an inaccessible area, library staff can order a copy of the book for you from another Allegheny County library. You may also reserve the book online by clicking Search Catalog on the Library website. Also keep in mind, our eBooks, streaming entertainment sites and more are available 24/7 for free with your library card. 

NextGen Municipal Building Renovation Project
Planning for the NextGen Municipal Building Renovation Project began in September 2019 when the Upper St. Clair School District moved out of their wing of the Municipal Building. Construction began in the former school district wing in November 2021 and the overall project is expected to be complete by the end of 2022 or early 2023. 

The children's library will move from the third floor to the same floor as the adult library. A large connector is being built to connect the existing adult library and new children's library. In addition, crews are adding bathrooms to children's library area.  

On top of the library connector, residents will be able to enjoy a new rooftop deck. 
Renovation illustration
Also included in the NextGen Project, the Upper St. Clair Police Department will receive a much-needed expansion and the Department of Community Development and Planning will move from the lower level of the building to the main, front lobby. After the project, residents will be able to access the Township Administration, Community Development and Planning, Police and Indentogo from the main front doors. 

Township staff thanks residents for their patience and understanding during the project. We hope you feel the temporary inconvenience will be worth it in the end.