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!
July 23, 2018
Bridge Closure Route 1059 (Sugar Run Road)
Nottingham Township, Washington County
PennDOT District 12 would like to advise motorists that a section of Route 1059 (Sugar Run Road) will be closed at the bridge over Mingo Creek in Nottingham Township, Washington County. The bridge is near Petticoat Lane. Work begins on July 30 with a tentative completion date of October 25.
The closure will be in place to replace the beams and bridge deck along with miscellaneous roadway work.
A marked detour will be in place utilizing 1059 (Sugar Run road), Meadowbrook Road, Route 1057 (Valley View road) back to Route 1059 (Sugar Run Road).
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Motorist are reminded to drive with caution and be alert when entering a work zone.
!!! Annual Bonfire!!!
Saturday, September 22, 2018
6:30 – 10 p.m.
Come listen to the band, Tres Lads!!
…Free Event … Live Band … Hot Dogs … Chips … Marshmallow Roasting…
Bring a chair or blanket.
Sponsored by the Nottingham Township Recreation Board
Maintaining Streams in Your Community
Important Information About the Recycling Center!
For people who recycle: Please read the following document regarding new rules about recycled material. In order to keep costs down and the center open, all people who recycle need to follow these rules.
The recycling center has never been profitable, or even a “break even” endeavor; it has always cost more to have the materials hauled to the recycling facility than what we received in rebates. That’s why we closed the center to only Nottingham residents in 2014 – because they were footing the bill with their tax dollars. After reaching an agreement with Washington County, where they agreed to pay up to $3,000 per year to cover our loses, the center was once again opened to all Washington County residents in 2016.
To give an example of what it costs the township to have the recycling center open, here are the costs for the latest haul which took place on March 22nd – It cost $260.25 to haul 4.5 tons of materials to the recycling facility. We will receive a rebate of $41.27 – a loss of $218.98. If we have to pay an additional $150 per ton for a “contaminated” haul, the loss will be an additional $675. As you can see, it would not take long before our costs exceed the $3,000 that the county has agreed to cover.
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.