Ms. Secreet is very busy but always returns phone calls, so please leave a message.
Please note that she does not handle complaints about cats.
|Fire Chief||Jay Turner||Appointed|
Visit the Mt. Pleasant Township Volunteer Fire Department website.
For street light outages or issues please contact:
|Waste Management||1-800-866-4460||Thursdays or Fridays depending on your area, check with Waste Management upon your enrollment.|
Chapter 168 of the Mount Pleasant Township’s Codification of Ordinances requires all residents to dispose of their waste with the municipalities contracted hauler.
Pertinent Information: A 10% senior citizen discount will be provided for residents age 62 and older with required proof of age. Please contact Waste Management upon receipt of your bill to make discount arrangements.
Reminders: Waste Management handles all of the billing and collection services and is available by phone to handle all questions and/or concerns.
Mount Pleasant Township now has a recycling dumpster located at the entrance of the Municipal Building off of McCarrell Road.
Acceptable items to recycle are aluminum food and beverage containers with food removed, labels do not need to be removed. Glass food and beverage containers with lids and food debris removed: clear, brown, green. Labels do not have to be removed. Natural and pigmented plastic narrow-neck containers with symbols 1,2,3,4,5,6,7 (milk bottles, water bottles, detergent bottles, shampoo bottles, bleach bottles, etc.). Lids and food removed. Labels do not have to be removed. Ferrous (iron, steel, tin) cans with food removed. Newsprint – black and white or pigmented. Not bound or placed in bags. Construction paper, kraft paper, cereal boxes, shoe boxes or similar. Printer paper, computer paper, copy paper. junk mail, magazines & catalogs. Corrugated cardboard must be flattened and cut.
|Working Foreman||Michael Maga||Hired|
The Mount Pleasant Township Department of Public Works is responsible for the management and supervision of all activities relating to Township owned street maintenance, sign maintenance, storm sewers, parks and facility maintenance, building and grounds maintenance and snow removal.
Income Tax & Local Services Tax Collector
The county wide earned income tax and local services tax collector for the township is:
Keystone Collections Group
546 Wendel Road
Irwin, PA 15642
1-866-539-1100 (Residents and taxpayers)
Employers who have questions regarding registration of their business, please call the Employer Help Line at 1-888-328-0558.
For questions regarding Pennsylvania Act 32, please go to the Washington County Tax Collection District website at www.wctcd.org
Keystone’s Taxpayer Helpline dedicated exclusively for taxpayer inquiries 1-888-328-0565
Mount Pleasant Township Real Estate Tax Collector
|Tax Collector||Jamie L. Torboli||2017|
|Zoning Officer||William Clarkin||Hired|
|Building Code Official||K2 Engineering||Appointed|
|Building Code Inspector||Frank Monack||Appointed|
In 2004 the township adopted the Universal Construction Code for all new construction. A building permit and inspections are required for all new construction, including renovations, remodeling, and additions. Certain renovations and remodeling are exempt, but it is best to contact the Mount Pleasant Township Zoning Officer before beginning any construction project.
Before demolition of any building is started, a demolition permit must be issued. Upon issuance of a demolition permit, the county is notified and at some point the county will remove the building from the tax roles thereby reducing the taxes on the property. Note that burning of construction debris is prohibited by DEP regulations and by township ordinance.
Mobile Home Removal Permit
A permit is needed to remove a mobile home. The County will be notified so that the tax roles can be adjusted.
Zoning Permits and Building Permits are commonly confused. Zoning Permits are generally issued for construction of unattached garages, gazebos, storage sheds, agricultural buildings and the like. These most often do not require inspections, but the dimensional set back distances must be checked to assure that the structure is properly placed from property lines.
Certain types of signs are prohibited and others are permitted. Some signs are exempt, such as political signs, and certain types of real-estate signs. Before erecting any sign, check with the Zoning Officer. Check Chapter 200-39 of the township zoning ordinance which can found under “forms and ordinances” and click on view e-code.
Mount Pleasant Township is a member of the Washington County Sewage Council. All on-lot septic issues are handled by the WCSC according to DEP regulations.
Contact the WCSC concerning all on-lot sewage system new installation or repairs of a malfunctioning system. A sewage permit must be obtained prior to the issuance of a building permit.
The WCSC must issue a “site suitable” letter for all lots of any newly created subdivisions and can assist in the preparation of the Sewage Planning Module required by the DEP.
Washington County Sewage Council – Located in Room 2 of the South Strabane Township Municipal Building.
Thomas F. Wright, Chairman
550 Washington Road, Washington, PA 15301
724-223-0504 | wcsewagecouncil.com