Calendar

Jul
28
Wed
STREET SWEEPING: EVERY WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1 – NOVEMBER 30, 2021
Jul 28 @ 8:00 am – 3:00 pm

The Township’s Street Sweeping Program will resume on Wednesday, April 7, 2021 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 receive 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.

Jul
29
Thu
Planning Commission Monthly Meeting – Please review the COVID-19 Public Meeting Safety Protocols
Jul 29 @ 7:00 pm

COVID-19 PUBLIC MEETING SAFETY PROTOCOLS
“What you can expect and how you can help maintain a safe environment for vulnerable citizens and essential workers.”

    • MASKS WILL BE REQUIRED IN ACCORDANCE WITH CURRENT COMMONWEALTH OF PA REQUIREMENTS AND CDC GUIDELINES. 
    •  All persons entering the building are requested to wash or sanitize their hands and again after using the restroom sneezing or coughing.
    •  If you are ill, have been exposed to someone who is ill and/or have any underlying health condition that makes you especially vulnerable, please stay home – we will work hard to accommodate your needs remotely.
    •  The public Meeting Room will be limited in capacity in accordance with current Commonwealth of PA requirements.
    •  If the room reaches capacity, you will be asked to wait outside of the building. Persons wishing to provide public comment will be admitted as persons exit and space becomes available.
    •  We strongly encourage sick and healthy persons to stay home and to take advantage of other alternatives to participate in public meetings and to provide public comments and questions.   Please call 412-264-1977 to discuss your needs.
    • No handshakes and other physical conduct should be limited.
    •  No food or beverages will be permitted.
    •  Please keep personal items to a minimum and disinfect your phone or other items brought into the building.

LEGAL NOTICE – 2021 MEETING SCHEDULE

The Neville Township Planning Commission will hold meetings upon applicant request on the last Thursday of each month except for the months October, November and December.  Meetings for the final three months of 2021 will be held on the third Thursday.

All meetings are open to the public and will convene at 7:00 PM. Meetings will be held in the Neville Township Municipal Building, 5050 Grand Ave. Neville Island, PA  15225.

Changes to the above 2021 meeting schedule will be advertised and posted at the Municipal Building.

Aug
4
Wed
STREET SWEEPING: EVERY WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1 – NOVEMBER 30, 2021
Aug 4 @ 8:00 am – 3:00 pm

The Township’s Street Sweeping Program will resume on Wednesday, April 7, 2021 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 receive 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.

Aug
5
Thu
Board of Commissioners’ Monthly Caucus Meeting – PLEASE REVIEW COVID-19 MEETING OPTIONS
Aug 5 @ 7:00 pm

MEETING AGENDAS WILL BE POSTED 24-HOURS PRIOR TO ALL MEETINGS

VIEW OR PRINT A COPY OF THE DRAFT MEETING AGENDA FOR THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 20221: 6.3.2021 Caucus Meeting Agenda (Posted 6/1/2021 – 10:40 AM)  NOTE THE BOARD DOES NOT HOLD A CAUCUS MEETING DURING THE MONTH OF JULY.

COVID-19 PUBLIC MEETING SAFETY PROTOCOLS: 
“What you can expect and how you can help maintain a safe environment for vulnerable citizens.”

    • MASKS REQUIREMENTS SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH CURRENT COMMONWEALTH OF PA REQUIREMENTS AND CDC GUIDELINES.
    • MEETING ROOM CAPACITY AND SOCIAL DISTANCING SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE CURRENT COMMONWEALTH OF PA REQUIREMENTS AND CDC GUIDELINEs.
    • The Township will offer both in-person and by-phone options to participate in public meetings.
    • Unvaccinated and high-risk individuals are encouraged to attend by phone.
    • If you are ill, have been exposed to someone who is ill and/or have any underlying health condition that makes you especially vulnerable, please stay home – we will work hard to accommodate your needs remotely.
    • All persons entering the building are requested to wash or sanitize their hands and again after using the restroom sneezing or coughing. 
    • Handshakes and other physical conduct should be limited.
    •  No food or beverages will be permitted.
    •  Please keep personal items to a minimum and disinfect your phone or other items brought into the building.

NOTICE OF LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT FOR PUBLIC MEETINGS

 For all publicly advertised meeting beginning January 2021 and until further notice, the Neville Township Board of Commissioners will conduct their public meetings both in-person and via phone to help prevent the spread of the COVID-19.

Any member of the public may attend the meeting by calling 1-888-788-0099 and must contact the Township prior to 4:00 PM on the date of the meeting to obtain a meeting ID number and access code. Participation does not require computer or internet access.

Members of the public should announce they have joined the meeting and then place their telephone on mute.  Phones will remain muted throughout the meeting.  To facilitate an organized meeting, public comments may be sent via email to jcreese@nevilletownship.us no later than 6:00 PM on the date of the meeting.  Comments must include the sender’s name and home address and will be read during the meeting with the email address excluded.

Residents may attend meetings in-person subject the Township’s COVID-19 Public Meeting Guidelines.  Total participants are limited to 10 due to room size. Attendees must socially distance, wear a mask and have no COVID symptoms or exposure.

Meeting agendas will be posted to the Township website 24-hours prior to the start of all meetings. Agendas may be subject to change during the meeting.

Visit the Neville Township website at www.nevilletownship.us or to call 412-264-1977 for updates and information. 

LEGAL NOTICE – 2021 MEETING SCHEDULE

Notice is hereby given that the Neville Township Board of Commissioners has established their public meeting schedule for the calendar year 2021.

Board of Commissioners Monthly Caucus Meetings will be held on the first Thursday of each month, except for July, beginning in January 2021. Caucus Meeting dates are January 7, February 4, March 4, April 1, May 6, June 3, August 5, September 2, October 7, November 4, and December 2.

Board of Commissioners Regular Meetings will be held on the second Thursday of each month. Regular Meeting dates are January 14, February 11, March 11, April 8, May 13, June 10, July 8, August 12, September 9, October 14, November 11, and December 9.

All meetings are open to the public and will convene at 7:00 PM. Meetings will be held in the Neville Township Municipal Building, 5050 Grand Ave. Neville Island, PA  15225.

Changes to the above 2021 meeting schedule will be advertised and posted at the Municipal Building.

 

Aug
11
Wed
STREET SWEEPING: EVERY WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1 – NOVEMBER 30, 2021
Aug 11 @ 8:00 am – 3:00 pm

The Township’s Street Sweeping Program will resume on Wednesday, April 7, 2021 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 receive 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.

Aug
12
Thu
Board of Commissioners’ Regular Monthly Business Meeting – PLEASE REVIEW COVID-19 MEETING OPTIONS
Aug 12 @ 7:00 pm

MEETING AGENDAS WILL BE POSTED 24-HOURS PRIOR TO ALL MEETINGS

VIEW OR PRINT A COPY OF THE DRAFT MEETING AGENDA FOR THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 2021: 7.8.2021 Regular Meeting Agenda  (Posted 7/7/2021 – 8:45 am)

COVID-19 PUBLIC MEETING SAFETY PROTOCOLS: 
“What you can expect and how you can help maintain a safe environment for vulnerable citizens.”

        • MASKS REQUIREMENTS SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH CURRENT COMMONWEALTH OF PA REQUIREMENTS AND CDC GUIDELINES.
        • MEETING ROOM CAPACITY AND SOCIAL DISTANCING SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE CURRENT COMMONWEALTH OF PA REQUIREMENTS AND CDC GUIDELINEs.
        • The Township will offer both in-person and by-phone options to participate in public meetings.
        • Unvaccinated and high-risk individuals are encouraged to attend by phone.
        • If you are ill, have been exposed to someone who is ill and/or have any underlying health condition that makes you especially vulnerable, please stay home – we will work hard to accommodate your needs remotely.
        • All persons entering the building are requested to wash or sanitize their hands and again after using the restroom sneezing or coughing. 
        • Handshakes and other physical conduct should be limited.
        •  No food or beverages will be permitted.
        •  Please keep personal items to a minimum and disinfect your phone or other items brought into the building.

NOTICE OF LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT FOR PUBLIC MEETINGS

 For all publicly advertised meeting beginning January 2021 and until further notice, the Neville Township Board of Commissioners will conduct their public meetings both in-person and via phone to help prevent the spread of the COVID-19.

Any member of the public may attend the meeting by calling 1-888-788-0099 and must contact the Township prior to 4:00 PM on the date of the meeting to obtain a meeting ID number and access code. Participation does not require computer or internet access.

Members of the public should announce they have joined the meeting and then place their telephone on mute.  Phones will remain muted throughout the meeting.  To facilitate an organized meeting, public comments may be sent via email to jcreese@nevilletownship.us no later than 6:00 PM on the date of the meeting.  Comments must include the sender’s name and home address and will be read during the meeting with the email address excluded.

Residents may attend meetings in-person subject the Township’s COVID-19 Public Meeting Guidelines.  Total participants are limited to 10 due to room size. Attendees must socially distance, wear a mask and have no COVID symptoms or exposure.

Meeting agendas will be posted to the Township website 24-hours prior to the start of all meetings. Agendas may be subject to change during the meeting.

Visit the Neville Township website at www.nevilletownship.us or to call 412-264-1977 for updates and information. 

LEGAL NOTICE – 2021 MEETING SCHEDULE

Notice is hereby given that the Neville Township Board of Commissioners has established their public meeting schedule for the calendar year 2021.

Board of Commissioners Monthly Caucus Meetings will be held on the first Thursday of each month, except for July, beginning in January 2021. Caucus Meeting dates are January 7, February 4, March 4, April 1, May 6, June 3, August 5, September 2, October 7, November 4, and December 2.

Board of Commissioners Regular Meetings will be held on the second Thursday of each month. Regular Meeting dates are January 14, February 11, March 11, April 8, May 13, June 10, July 8, August 12, September 9, October 14, November 11, and December 9.

All meetings are open to the public and will convene at 7:00 PM. Meetings will be held in the Neville Township Municipal Building, 5050 Grand Ave. Neville Island, PA  15225.

Changes to the above 2021 meeting schedule will be advertised and posted at the Municipal Building.

 

Aug
18
Wed
STREET SWEEPING: EVERY WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1 – NOVEMBER 30, 2021
Aug 18 @ 8:00 am – 3:00 pm

The Township’s Street Sweeping Program will resume on Wednesday, April 7, 2021 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 receive 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.

Aug
25
Wed
STREET SWEEPING: EVERY WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1 – NOVEMBER 30, 2021
Aug 25 @ 8:00 am – 3:00 pm

The Township’s Street Sweeping Program will resume on Wednesday, April 7, 2021 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 receive 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.

Aug
26
Thu
Planning Commission Monthly Meeting – Please review the COVID-19 Public Meeting Safety Protocols
Aug 26 @ 7:00 pm

COVID-19 PUBLIC MEETING SAFETY PROTOCOLS
“What you can expect and how you can help maintain a safe environment for vulnerable citizens and essential workers.”

    • MASKS WILL BE REQUIRED IN ACCORDANCE WITH CURRENT COMMONWEALTH OF PA REQUIREMENTS AND CDC GUIDELINES. 
    •  All persons entering the building are requested to wash or sanitize their hands and again after using the restroom sneezing or coughing.
    •  If you are ill, have been exposed to someone who is ill and/or have any underlying health condition that makes you especially vulnerable, please stay home – we will work hard to accommodate your needs remotely.
    •  The public Meeting Room will be limited in capacity in accordance with current Commonwealth of PA requirements.
    •  If the room reaches capacity, you will be asked to wait outside of the building. Persons wishing to provide public comment will be admitted as persons exit and space becomes available.
    •  We strongly encourage sick and healthy persons to stay home and to take advantage of other alternatives to participate in public meetings and to provide public comments and questions.   Please call 412-264-1977 to discuss your needs.
    • No handshakes and other physical conduct should be limited.
    •  No food or beverages will be permitted.
    •  Please keep personal items to a minimum and disinfect your phone or other items brought into the building.

LEGAL NOTICE – 2021 MEETING SCHEDULE

The Neville Township Planning Commission will hold meetings upon applicant request on the last Thursday of each month except for the months October, November and December.  Meetings for the final three months of 2021 will be held on the third Thursday.

All meetings are open to the public and will convene at 7:00 PM. Meetings will be held in the Neville Township Municipal Building, 5050 Grand Ave. Neville Island, PA  15225.

Changes to the above 2021 meeting schedule will be advertised and posted at the Municipal Building.

Sep
1
Wed
STREET SWEEPING: EVERY WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1 – NOVEMBER 30, 2021
Sep 1 @ 8:00 am – 3:00 pm

The Township’s Street Sweeping Program will resume on Wednesday, April 7, 2021 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 receive 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.