Water & Sewer
Garbage & Recycling
Code Enforcement & Building Permits
On behalf of the Board of Commissioners, welcome to the Neville Township website.
Neville Township is a Township of the first class, and a political subdivision of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The Township’s mission is to provide for the health, safety and welfare of its citizens, property owners, business community and visitors.
The Township is located on a island in the Ohio River, in close proximity to the City of Pittsburgh. Our topography is unique for Western Pennsylvania – flat with riverfront access. The eastern portion of the Island is home to heavy industry and a business community that takes advantage of our ideal access to the Ohio River, Interstate 79 and other road and rail transportation.
The western side of Neville Island is home to a proud residential community with homes overlooking the Ohio River and a small business community. The Island also hosts Robert Morris University Island Sports Center, Paradise Island Bowling Lanes, Neville Island Roller Staking Rink and three public parks.
ON-LINE UTILITY BILL PAYMENT SERVICE: To pay your utility bills online, visit the link below. Search using your account number. Click the appropriate entry to add the item to your cart and checkout.Online Bill Pay
ATTENTION: SENIORS AND PERSONS WITH SPECIAL MEDICAL NEEDS – HELP FIRST RESPONDERS HELP YOU DURING A TOWNSHIP EMERGENCY
Neville Township offers a SPECIAL NEEDS REGISTRY to help our first responders know who might require extra assistance or extra notice during a Township emergency. Please review the attached flyer if you may need to take extra precautions during severe weather, evacuations, shelter-in-place orders, power outages or boil water advisories.
ALLEGHENY COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT AND USDA RACCOON RABIES VACCINE BAIT PROGRAM
Attention Dog Owners!!! August 5th – August 21st the Allegheny County Health Department and USDA Wildlife Services will distribute raccoon rabies vaccine baits across the County. Please keep your dogs on a leashes so that the raccoons eat the bait instead of dogs. For more info. please see the following program announcements:
ALLEGHENY COUNTY VACANT PROPERTY RECOVERY PROGRAM – 2019 SIDE YARD & BLIGHTED STRUCTURE PROGRAM!
FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY, ALLEGHENY COUNTY WILL BE ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS TO ACQUIRE VACANT PROPERTIES AT A REDUCED COST TO THE APPLICANT. The Allegheny County Vacant Property Recovery Program (AVPRP) acquires blighted, tax delinquent properties and resells them to applicants for a reuse outlined in their application and approved by the Township.
For program guidelines and application information, please click on the link to the Program Fact Sheet: 2019 Side Yard and Blighted Structure FACT SHEET
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS ADOPT STRICT REGULATIONS FOR GARBAGE STORAGE AT MULTI-UNIT APARTMENTS
In response to a large number of complaints regarding the open storage of household trash and rodents near multi-unit apartment buildings, the Board of Commissioners adopted new regulations for the storage and collection of trash at locations with four or more apartments. A summary of the new regulations are as follows:
1. Each dwelling unit must have one garbage can per unit and the can must be labeled with the unit number.
2. Cans must be a minimum of 65 to a maximum of 96 gallons.
3. All cans must have a permanently attached lid.
4. Trash cannot be stored in any box or bag placed outside of, or on top of a lidded can.
5. All cans must be placed at ground level on an asphalt, concrete or hard surface.
6. All existing wooden platforms, wooden bases and/or wooden frames must be removed.
7. Cans must be placed curbside for weekly garbage collection and returned following collection.
8. Bulky items may not be placed curbside without prior contact to Waste Management to schedule a collection date.
To read a full copy of Ordinance 855, click here: Neville Township Ordinance 855.Garbage.Multi Unit Buildings
REMINDER: STREET SWEEPING RESUMES Wednesday, April 3, 2019 and continues through the End of November
The Township’s Street Sweeping Program will resume on April 3RD and continue through the end of November. The Township is divided into three zones, each with two (2) hour parking restrictions every Wednesday.
Zone 1: First Ward (First Street to Pershing Way) – 8 AM to 10 AM.
Zone 2: Second Ward (Hubert Street to Gibson Lane) – 10 AM to 12 Noon.
Zone 3: Third Ward (Cottage Avenue to Von Stein Lane) – 1 PM to 3 PM.
Residents are expected to move their vehicle EVERY WEDNESDAY. Please do not call the Township to ask if the street sweeper is operating. Last minute cancellations may occur due to equipment failures or other emergencies. The office may not have the latest information and you will not be excused from moving your vehicle or parking citations.
If you received a parking citation you may pay by mail, in person or via the Township’s 24-hour drop box. Failure to pay within 30 days will result in a police traffic citation that includes a larger fine and court costs.
The Township’s Street Sweeping Program is an essential service. Not only does it keep our community looking its best, but it prevents litter and debris from reaching our storm sewers and ultimately the river. Street Sweeping keeps water quality high and prevents flooding.
YOUR RIGHT TO KNOW WHAT IS IN YOUR DRINKING WATER: Neville Township values our customers and makes every effort to communicate our water quality. Each year we publish an Annual Drinking Water Quality Report. A copy of the 2018 report will be mailed to all customers with our June 30, 2019 utility bills and newsletters. The report is also posted at the Municipal Building. Any resident or business can request a FREE copy of the report by calling 412-264-1977.
If you wish to view the report on-line, please visit https://goh2onet.NTWD/ccr or click the following link: