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The Administration Office is open Monday through Friday from 7:30 A.M. until 4:00 P.M.
The Administration Office has recycling bins for residents and get can be picked during hours of operation.
You can call the Administration Office during hours of operation to report a pothole or road condition. A work order will be generated to the Public Works Department.
You can take unwanted or expired medications to the North Huntingdon Police Department. All medications must be emptied from the bottle and placed in a ziplock bag (provided at the police station). No liquid or syringes are accepted.
To set up garbage service, you will contact Waste Management at 1-800-458-4090.
Trick or Treat for North Huntingdon Township is on October 31, 2017 from 6:00 PM until 8:00PM.
Typically, it is the homeowner's responsibility
Generally, it is the homeowner association's or private property owner's responsibility to maintain drainage ditches unless specifically designated as a public or municipal drainage easement
The owner of the road maintains pipes/culverts underneath roadways. PennDOT maintains State roads and the Township maintains Township roads. Note: Developer's maintain roads that have not yet been accepted by the Township
Typically the adjacent homeowner would be responsible. In some cases the Township may conduct maintenance if public safety is a concern or the problem prevents the public drainage system to function properly.
The owner of the road maintains the catch basin. PennDOT maintains State roads and the Township maintains Township roads.
The Township maintains the operational aspect assuring that they function properly. The Township does not provide landscaping or beautification activities. Commercial facilities are privately maintained.
Generally, Public Works but in certain cases Engineering
Because your definition of “playable” may never be the same as ours, you are expected to respect the decision of the parks department. Most fields are often faced with very short periods of time to get all fields in playing condition. Our decision is based on safety first.
The Department of Parks and Recreation will determine the field of play throughout the day. Rain Outs are decided by 3 p.m. The Department of Parks and Recreation will determine if games are rained out. A rain out applies to all games throughout the evening. In an effort to give all fields proper care and maintenance, you may call the administrative office at 724-863-3806 after 3 p.m., thus allowing us preparation time for you to play.
Only with authorized permission from the Department of Parks and Recreation, will light maintenance be permitted. We do not come to your job and perform your work; please allow us to do ours. With education, training, product information and the proper equipment we will continue to improve the facilities. Do not broom, sweep, or dig any field without checking with us first.
Fields are used on a first-come, first-serve basis. If you want to reserve a field for play, it is recommended that you secure a permit. You may phone the Department of Parks and Recreation at 724-863-3806 for available fields, times and pricing throughout the season.
Yes, a carport requires a residential permit and you must follow the garage/accessory structure guidelines.
Corner lots fall under different guidelines for front and side property lines. For more information, refer to the
Fencing cannot exceed 4 feet in height in the front yard(s) and cannot obstruct any vehicular vision. Fencing cannot exceed 6 feet 6 inches in height in the side and rear yard. Decorative fencing can face either side; property owner’s preference. While fencing can be located directly on the property line, the Township strongly recommends the fence be placed inside the property line to allow enough room for maintenance on both sides without infringing on the neighboring property. Corner lots are considered to have 2 front yards. For more information on corner lots, please refer to the Corner Lot Diagram (PDF). Any fence installed within the right-of-way or over an easement is at your own risk.