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The McKees Rocks Bridge has been reduced to a single lane of traffic in each direction around-the-clock through early July 2023.

Motorists should expect delays during peak travel times.

The McKees Rocks Bridge preservation project extends between Route 51 (Island Avenue) and Route 65 (Ohio River Boulevard) and includes sidewalk repairs and replacement, full-depth concrete pavement reconstruction of the road and four ramps at Helen Street, ADA curb ramp installation, approach pavement work at intersections of Routes 65 and 51, barrier repair, deck overhang and spall repair, fencing installation, and other miscellaneous construction. As work occurs, traffic will be reduced to a single lane in each direction, with occasional truck and turning-lane detours occurring at the West End Bridge as needed. The overall project is anticipated to conclude in the fall of 2024.

Consider using alternative routes:

Interstate 79

Sewickley Bridge

West End Bridge.

Consider modifying your travel times so they are not during the morning and evening rush hours.

Thank you for your patience and consideration during this time. Stowe Twp Secretary, Police Dept. and Fire Dept.

New Sewage Provider

Dear Residents,

Effective January 1, 2022, Pennsylvania Municipal Service Company (PAMS) has been appointed the current and delinquent sewage fee collector for Stowe Township.

Sewage bills are sent monthly effective July, 2023. To avoid any late fees or penalties, please remit payment as indicated on your sewage bill BEFORE the due date. Online payments, requesting electronic notifications and/or statement notices can all be set up by going to:

Berkheimer and Associates will continue to collect the delinquent sewage fee balances for Stowe Township, if applicable.

Thank you for your attention to this matter. If you have any questions or require additional information, please do not hesitate to contact PAMS at 412-828-0101.

We’re Hiring: Part-time Deputy Ordinance/Code Enforcement Officer

The Deputy Ordinance / Code Enforcement Officer reports to the Ordinance Officer to ensure all Township residents follow Township ordinances with a specific focus on municipal trash and waste. Canvases Township areas daily for violations of Township ordinances, represent Township at all violators hearings, and attend all local magistrate and court hearings. Will assist in collecting delinquent garbage to include follow-up with magistrate if needed.

Job Title: Deputy Ordinance/Code Enforcement Officer
Schedule: 25 hours per week, Monday – Friday

For more information or to apply for the position please email Roberta Farls at [email protected]

Stowe Township to Put American Rescue Plan Funds to Good Use

McKees Rocks, PA – Stowe Township is planning to utilize a mix of funding from the American Rescue Plan and money set aside by the Board of Commissioners along with the expertise of its staff, committees, contractors, and public input to start several projects in 2022. Work includes the milling and paving of Penn and Derby alleys. Other items include purchasing two new vehicles for public works, one of which has already arrived, and equipment to enhance communication with the public.

Good fiscal stewardship from the Board over the last several years has allowed us to set aside money for important public works project such as paving Penn and Derby alleys,” said Robin Parrilla, President of the Stowe Township Board of Commissioners.

The Board is also starting a strategic planning process to determine how it can effectively utilize the rest of the ARPA funding. “Planning is an important part of how the township balances internal needs, public input, and budgetary constraints,” said Kelly Cropper-Hall, the Finance and Planning Committee Chair for the Board of Commissioners. Cropper-Hall went on to state that “we want to put these funds to the best use possible and are looking forward to doing that in such a manner that helps our community.” For more information, please contact Dwight Boddorf, Township Secretary, at 412-331-4050, ext. 9, and visit

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Temporary Sign Permit Application

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