Office Phone: 724-225-4828
NOTICE TO RESIDENTS
SURVEY: How do you feel about the Township providing Township-wide garbage and/or recycling service? Please CLICK HERE and tell us!
PLEASE NO PARKING ON ANY OF THE PARK TRAILS. THEY ARE FOR WALKING ONLY.
On Saturday, December 6th at 5:30pm, the Park Board will be holding their annual Christmas Tree Lighting as well as welcoming the arrival of Santa. We can't wait to see you there.
CLICK HERE for Winter Safety Tips
On October 25th, the South Franklin Township Park hosted the Appalachian Bicylce Racing Association's (ABRA) Cyclo-cross event. CLICK HERE for pictures of the event.
The South Franklin Volunteer Fire Department is looking for new volunteers. Please visit their website for more information by clicking HERE.
The new Joint Zoning Ordinance with Green Hills Borough and the updated Subdivision and Land Development Ordinance (SALDO) have been adopted and enacted by the Township. Zoning Map Here.
Free Water Quality Testing Program from Carnegie Mellon University. CLICK HERE for more information regarding the program.
CLICK HERE for Important New Rules for Recycling Electronics effective January 24, 2013. The Township is supplying a drop box for electronics and equipment listed in the attached flyer. Please call or stop by the Township for more information.
CLICK HERE to view the 2014 Autumn Edition of the Township Bulletin
Upcoming Earned Income Tax Changes - FOR YOUR INFORMATION
South Franklin Township is located in southern Washington County, Pennsylvania approximately 25 miles southwest of Pittsburgh. The Township is home to over 3,310 (Census 2010) residents and is 21.1 square miles in area. The predominance of development in the Township is residential in nature with nearly 50% of all land use classified as agricultural in character.
South Franklin Township is part of the McGuffey School District. Residents are provided with a variety of municipal services including fire, planning, code enforcement, and recreation. Township taxes are low and have not increased in ten years. The majority of the communitys population lives within close proximity to major transportation corridors (I-70, Route 18) that provide convenient access to the Pittsburgh metropolitan area in 30 minutes. The Township takes great pride in its heritage and character, and is dedicated to the continued delivery of quality services and the enhancement of the communitys overall quality of life. Thanks for visiting our website. Better yet, we hope you visit us in person. We look forward to meeting you. Need Directions Click here
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