We are a somewhat small community, but our residents have big hearts and high hopes for this place. Here you'll find information for our residents and visitors about who we are, what we do, Township events, and other important information.
FULL TIME POLICE OFFICER POSITION
The Civil Service Commission of Baldwin Township invites qualified applicants to take competitive examinations leading to eligibility for appointment as a Full-Time Patrolman for the Baldwin Township Police Department. Click here for application requirements.
HOLIDAY TRASH COLLECTION
Trash collection will be affected by the following holidays:
- New Year’s Day
- Memorial Day
- Independence Day
- Labor Day
- Christmas Day
If one of these holidays falls on a weekday, trash collection will be delayed ONE day. That is, trash will be collected on Saturday that week. If one of these holidays falls on a Saturday or Sunday, the collection schedule will NOT be affected, and trash will collected on Friday, the normal collection day.
2015 MRTSA SUBSCRIPTIONS
2015 rates are now available for the Medical Rescue Team South Authority. Click here to renew your subscription or subscribe for the first time.
HUNTING OR DISCHARGING WEAPONS IN THE TOWNSHIP
Hunting and discharging any type of weapon within 500 feet of a residence and in any public space is prohibited. This includes all types of bow and arrow weapons. Several deer have been spotted in and around the township with visible wounds from arrows. Hunting and target practice presents an enormous public safety hazard and violators will be vigorously pursued. Anyone witnessing a person in the process of hunting or discharging a weapon is encouraged to dial 911 immediately and report this activity to the police.
DO NOT FEED THE DEER OR OTHER ANIMALS
It is unlawful under Baldwin Township Ordinance No. 461 (enacted 11-26-12) to feed or provide water to any stray or feral cat or dog, or any other stray animal, or to allow any other persons to engage in such activities on your property.
COVERED DEVICE RECYCLING ACT
Under Pennsylvania's new Covered Device Recycling Act, Waste Haulers in the Commonwealth are now unable to pick up old televisions, computers, and peripheral devices for disposal. For information on nearby recycling facilities, see the Recycling Section of the Allegheny County Health Department.
Please call 412-341-5937 to request overnight parking permission and for other non-emergency inquiries. THIS NUMBER IS NOT FOR EMERGENCIES. DIAL 911 FOR EMERGENCY RESPONSE.
Please help keep the Township safe and attractive.
Here are some reminders of the zoning and property regulations.