Public Works

Street Sweeping

Public Works sweep Township streets every Wednesday from April 1st through November 30th.

Parking restrictions are in effect and all motor vehicles and trailers must be removed from Township streets according to the following schedule:

  • 1st Ward:  First Street to Pershing Way – No Parking 8:00 AM until 10:00 AM
  • 2nd Ward:  Hubert Street to Gibson Lane – No Parking 10:00 AM until 12:00 PM
  • 3rd Ward:  Cottage Avenue to Von Stein Lane – No Parking 1:00 PM until 3:00 PM

Parking Ticket violations are issued by the Police Department and payable at the Neville Township Municipal Building, 5050 Grand Avenue.  

Tickets may be paid 24-hours at day using the drop box located on the front of the Municipal Building.

Tickets must be paid within Five (5) days of receipt.  Unpaid parking tickets will be issued a Pennsylvania Motor Vehicle Citation that includes a fine and court costs. 

Who owns the road or sidewalk?

 Public roadways have owners and property deeds, just like your home. The owner of the roadway is responsible for pothole repairs, signage, winter maintenance and improvements.

In Neville Township, many of our roadways are not owned or maintained by your local government and we do not use local tax money for repairs nor are we permitted to perform routine maintenance. 

Grand Avenue and Neville Road are owned by Allegheny County.  The approach ramps to I-79 are owned by PENNDOT. 

Sidewalks are included in the property deed of each owner and both businesses and homeowners are responsible to keep sidewalks safe. 

The Township accepts and forwards concerns about State and County roadways and we also encourage residents to report problems directly to the respo9nsible agency.  

Report a Road Concern to PennDot at 1-800-FIX-ROADS or online at https://customercare.penndot.gov/

Report a concern to the Allegheny County Department of Public Works: at  412-350-INFO (4636) (Option 2)  or submit online by visiting the Support Center and then choosing “Request a Service” and “Public Works.” You also can submit your concern via the Allegheny County mobile app, which can be downloaded in the App Store or Google Play Store.