Fawn Township

"One of Pennsylvania's Finest Communities"

Fawn Township
3054 Howes Run Road
Tarentum, PA 15084
Phone: 724-226-0666
Fax: 724-226-9466
Hours of Operation:
Mon - Fri
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
 

Attention: Residents of Fawn Township

9-1-1 = EMERGENCY OR URGENT
412-473-3056 = NON-EMERGENCY SERVICE REQUEST FOR POLICE, FIRE OR AMBULANCE.

ANY RESIDENCE OR BUSINESS WITH AN ALARM NEEDS TO CONTACT THEIR ALARM COMPANY AND HAVE THEIR COMPANY CALL 412-473-3370 TO HAVE THEIR INFORMATION SWITCHED OVER.

ADMINISTRATIVE PHONE LINES - These numbers are only for "administrative requests" in Fawn Township during regular or occasional special hours.

724-226-3307 Fawn Twp Police Office, 3054 Howes Run Rd Tarentum, PA 15085
724-226-0666 Fawn Township Municipal Office
724-226-0008 Fawn Township Zoning Office
724-224-4613 Fawn Township #1 Fire Company
724-224-8553 Fawn Township #2 Fire Company


2013 Tax Collection Hours

May -August
  Monday evenings 9-11am and 6:30-8:30pm
September-April
Monday 6:30 - 8:30 pm , Otherwise by appointment

Virginia Dailey
675 Route 908
Natrona Heights, PA 15064
Phone:  724-448-4006

September 1 - December 31: Tuesdays 9:00- 11:00 am

Board Vacancies
Board Vacancies
Residents are needed to volunteer their time on the Planning Commission,
Recreation Board, and Auditor Board.

If you are interested in a position on one of the Boards please contact the
Township by email or send a letter of interest to:
   Fawn Township
   3054 Howes Run Road
   Tarentum, PA  15084

 

 

Community News and Information

Effective May 1st

Fawn Township Tax Office Has Moved!

Virginia Dailey
Tax Collector
269 Route 908
Natrona Heights, PA 15065
(located at Graff Trucking)

PHONE: 724.448.4006
EMAIL: fawntwptaxcollector@gmail.com

Rothfus Invites Constituents to “Coffee with Keith” in Fawn Township
Constituents encouraged to suggest future locations via Facebook and Twitter

Ross Township, PA – Congressman Keith Rothfus [PA-12] today invited constituents to join him for “Coffee with Keith” in Fawn Township.

“On Wednesday, I will be hosting “Coffee with Keith” at the Fawn Township Municipal Building,” said Rothfus. “Constituents are encouraged to stop by to share their thoughts on legislation, to get help with federal agencies, or just to chat.”

Rothfus also encouraged constituents to suggest locations for future coffees on Facebook (www.Facebook.com/KeithRothfus) and Twitter (www.Twitter.com/KeithRothfus).

“What is your favorite local coffee or ice cream shop?” asked Rothfus. “Let me know on Facebook and Twitter.  You can tweet @KeithRothfus and be sure to include #CoffeeWithKeith.  Stay tuned… ‘Coffee with Keith’ could be coming to a community and coffee or ice cream shop near you!”

“Coffee with Keith” in Fawn Township

Where:
Fawn Township Municipal Building
3054 Howes Run Road
Tarentum, PA 15084

When:
Wednesday, July 3, 2013
3:00 – 4:30PM

These events are open to the public and press.  Please contact Edward Yap if you would like to schedule an interview with Congressman Rothfus.  For directions or more information, please call the Ross Township office at (412) 837-1361.

Allison Beresnyak
Deputy District Director
Representative Keith Rothfus, PA-12
6000 Babcock Blvd., Suite 104, Pittsburgh, PA  15237
Office: 412-837-1361 | Fax: 412- 593-2022
allison.beresnyak@mail.house.gov
Rothfus.house.gov

 

 

ALOM, Fitzgerald Designates Fawn Township as a 2013 Banner Community

PITTSBURGH – Allegheny League of Municipalities (ALOM) officials, along with Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald, today announced that 21 municipalities have been selected as 2013 Banner Communities, indicating that those municipalities implement best practices in all aspects of their operations and that govern in an inclusive, collaborative manner.

“Our communities and elected officials have some very impressive things going on in their municipalities,” said Pete Poninsky, Chairman of the Allegheny League of Municipalities. “The Banner Communities Program is intended to highlight those efforts and to set a standard we believe all of our municipalities
can meet. These 21 municipalities have a significant amount of intergovernmental cooperation efforts in place, as well as community activities, and mentoring and educational programs taking place too.”

The 2013 Banner Communities are Collier Township, Etna Borough, Fawn Township, Hampton Township, Indiana Township, Leetsdale Borough, Town of McCandless, Moon Township, Munhall Borough, North Fayette Township, Ohio Township, Reserve Township, Richland Township, Ross Township, Sewickley Borough, Tarentum Borough, Upper St. Clair Township, Whitehall Borough and Wilkins Township in Allegheny County and Butler Township and Cranberry Township in Butler County.

“The Allegheny League of Municipalities has a 40-year history of working with boroughs, townships, cities, home rule municipalities and municipal authorities in our region towards a coordinated approach relating to municipal legislation and services,” said County Executive Fitzgerald. “The Banner Communities Program takes the League’s efforts to improve communication, cooperation and coordination on issues that are of area-wide concern to a different level. These 21 municipalities really have set a standard of how local government should function, and should be commended for the work that they do for their residents.”

In order to be eligible for consideration for the Banner Communities Program, the municipality’s elected and appointed officials must:

   Participate in educational or training programs through ALOM, the Local Government Academy or the PA Department of Community & Economic Development or participate in a governing mentoring program
   Be active members in good standing with ALOM and the county municipal associations, and have a representative attending at least a minimum of 50% of county association meetings
   Be active members in good standing in a COG and attend COG meetings, participate in a COG
cooperative purchasing program and participate in at least one shared municipal service
   Conduct a Local Government Week activity by conducting a local activity promoting local government or communicating with the community about delivery of services
   Conduct an effective Citizen Communication Program by offering a municipal newsletter or web- based communication effort, and participate in a class discussion on local government or conducting a shadowing program for junior or senior high school students


“I’m excited about the good work that these municipalities are doing. They all meet the spirit and intent of the program in that they are delivering services to their communities effectively and in ways that enhance the quality of life for their residents,” said Richard Hadley, Executive Director of ALOM. “They are a diverse group of municipalities in size and demographics, but they all exhibit the characteristics of leadership and sound local government principals. ALOM is well represented by these 2013 Banner Communities.”

The Allegheny League of Municipalities is a 501(c)(6) non-profit, umbrella organization of municipalities in Western Pennsylvania. Founded in February 1963, the organization began in response to a request made in the 1960s by the Allegheny County Commissioners which resulted in the Allegheny Seminar.
While recognizing the tradition of statutory municipal independence and self-government, the League was
established to coordinate the needs of the area’s local government officials.

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101 Courthouse • 436 Grant Street • Pittsburgh, PA 15219