Welcome to the official website of Nottingham Township. We boast an amazing place to live, work, and play!
First off, Nottingham Township is located in beautiful Washington County, Pennsylvania. Scenic woodlands make up our beautiful township.
Secondly, while rural, Nottingham Township is located within an easy drive to all that Western Pennsylvania has to offer. Washington, PA, is just minutes west. In addition, we are a short thirty minute drive from downtown Pittsburgh and everything the city has to offer.
Our staff welcomes you to our site and to our Township!
Please read this important announcement regarding Garbage Pickup during the Covid-19 Pandemic
Nottingham Township Municipal Complex to close on Monday morning, March 23, 2020
With the announcement of Governor Tom Wolf on Thursday, March 19th, and with the closing of neighboring municipalities, the decision was made to close down the Municipal Complex. We would like to insure the safety of our employees. However, if you are in need of anything from the Township, please call any of the following people:
724-941-6993 – Todd Flynn – Chairman, Board of Supervisors
724-350-0942 – Doug King – Supervisor/Public Works Director
412-951-0112 – Dave Resanovich – Supervisor
724-255-9238 – Emilie Gadd – Secretary
412-334-2013 – Sherry Hreha – Treasurer
Please know that will continue to serve the residents of Nottingham Township in any way that we can.
This is a time we need to work together. Check on your neighbors, especially senior citizens.
Remember, we are just a phone call away. Thank you.
Todd E. Flynn, Chairman, Nottingham Board of Supervisors.
COVID-19 in Washington County
Click below for the latest update from: Jeffrey A. Yates, Director
Washington County Department of Pubic Safety
Anyone who is experiencing flulike signs or symptoms should contact their primary care physician (PCP). If you do not have a primary care physician (PCP), please call the Pennsylvania Department of Health (PADOH) at 877-PA HEALTH (1-877-724-3258). Please do not go to the hospital without contacting your PCP or PADOH first, unless you are in severe respiratory distress. If that is the case, please contact your hospital first before going there.
We encourage all residents and businesses to follow the guidance being encouraged by the Department of Health and CDC to frequently wash your hands, limit social contact, and postpone large events. County government is taking measures to reduce person-to-person contact while maintaining the necessary functions of the county.
The Court has published guidance in response to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic. This guidance is published at www.washingtoncourts.us.
Where do we find accurate and up-to-date information for our community?
- Be in contact with your county emergency coordinator and your regional health department for specific recommendations for your community.
- The Pennsylvania Department of Health is charged with the Commonwealth’s response and is updating the situation status daily: https:/
/ www.health.pa.gov/ topics/ disease/ Pages/ Coronavirus.aspx
- The Centers for Disease Control: https:/
/ www.cdc.gov/ coronavirus/ 2019-nCoV/ index.html
- National Institutes of Health: https:/
/ www.nih.gov/ health-information/ coronavirus
Wolf Administration Directs Families to Emergency Food Assistance During COVID-19 Mitigation
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The Census produced a video that does a pretty good job promoting and explaining the upcoming 2020 Census. It is only 2 minute 17 seconds long and explains the how, when and why of the census.
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Find Your Legislator
Someone from the office of
State Representative, Michael J. Puskaric,
will be at the Nottingham Township Municipal Office every
third Monday (unless it is a Federal Holiday)
from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
HOME REHABILITATION PROGRAM
This program assists income eligible homeowners to make repairs and improvements to their homes. The loan may be used to correct present, or soon to be present, housing problems and for energy conservation improvements. Most repairs are eligible except for unnecessary cosmetic improvements. Qualified applicants may receive a maximum loan of $24,500 at 0% interest forgiven over a 10 year period.
For more information, call 724-228-6875 x 221, or visit www.racw.net
Redevelopment Authority of the County of Washington
The Township offers a pavilion on the lower end of Sherwood Park. Located in the beautiful, wooded surroundings of Nottingham Township, the large pavilion can accommodate 100 people and is handicapped accessible. The pavilion has water and electric service available. Be sure to book your date early by calling the Township Office at: 724.348.5622. Rental fee: $75. Download a permit application under “Forms and Fees” tab above.