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Public Notices

COVID-19 Township Municipal Building Access Policy

As we begin the GREEN phase of reopening Washington County during COVID-19 pandemic in this National State of Emergency and following the advice of Health officials, the Township continues to take prudent and proactive steps to protect the general public, as well as our employees, by limiting public personal contact as much as possible.  Be assured the Township will continue to provide all services, as we have throughout this state of emergency as normal with little or no interruption.  These steps help ensure that we can continue to keep your Township services functioning, so that we can continue to serve our residents in a safe manner, especially for emergency situations. The following policies are being implemented for the GREEN phase, but will be evaluated on a regular basis as information changes.

  • Residents are strongly encouraged to mail in checks for real estate taxes and sewer payments, to utilize the drop off box outside the Township office or to use their bank’s bill-pay system. We will mail you a receipt.  Beginning in July, we will be offering credit card and on-line payment options.  We will provide more information regarding this option later in the month when things are finalized.
  • The Municipal building will operate during normal business hours, but with limited access. The lobby is open, but the administrative offices are closed to foot traffic.  Most staff offices are too small to maintain a social distance.

    • Again payments can be placed in the outside drop box, which is checked several times throughout the day.
    • We have bins for touchless payment and documents submission in the lobby.  They are retrieved immediately upon deposit.    We do have payment station in the lobby where we can serve you via a plastic shield to limit personal contact for everyone’s safety for those that require immediate response.
    • Residents are asked to limit walk-in visits to municipal offices to those that require an in-person meeting.
    • If you need to meet with a staff member, we have a meeting area set up to accommodate social distancing.  Please call first to arrange the meeting if possible.
    • We are asking anyone entering the building to please wear a mask as recommended by the CDC and State Health Department.
    • We are always available to answer questions via phone (724-745-3415) or email. An email directory for our staff can be found on our website or via our E-Gov Citizen Request System on the website.
  • Township meetings will be conducted in person. 

    • We are asking the public to limit attendance to those with business before the Boards or Commissions and are asked to wear a mask and maintain a social distance of 6’ from others in the building. 
    • Occupancy capacity of the meeting room is limited to 40 based on CDC guidance, so access may be limited.
    • We are encouraging residents to submit any comments in writing as an alternative. 
    • Also, anyone who wishes to attend the meeting virtually, should contact the Township Manager for the Zoom call in information.

 

 

Township Budgets

The 2020 Final Budget was approved at the December17, 2019 meeting of the Chartiers Township Board of Supervisors. For background and assistance in understanding the 2020 Budget, please review the 2020 Manager's Budget Message.

The 2019 Final Budget was approved on December 18, 2018.  For assistance in reviewing and understanding the 2019 Budget, please review the Manager's Budget Message.

The 2018 Final Budget was approved at the December 12, 2017 Board of Supervisors Meeting. 

The 2017 Chartiers Township Final Budget was approved at the December 13, 2016 Board of Supervisors Meeting. 

The 2016 Chartiers Township Final Budget was adopted on Tuesday, December 15, 2015.  For help in understanding this year's budget, see the Manager's Budget Message.

The 2015 Chartiers Township Final Budget was approved on December 9, 2014.  The final budget was adopted at a Special Meeting on December 30, 2014.

The 2014 Chartiers Township Budget was approved December 17, 2014.  The Manager's Budget Message may help you to understand the Township's 2014 financial plan.

 

Act 13 Reporting

As required by PA Act 13 of 2012, Chartiers Township has submitted its Unconventional Gas Well Fund Usage Report for 2012 to the Pennsylvania Public Utility  Commission and a copy of that report is available by here.

As required by PA Act 13 of 2012, Chartiers Township has submitted its Unconventional Gas Well Fund Usage Report for 2013 to the Pennsylvania Public Utility  Commission and a copy of that report is available by here.

As required by PA Act 13 of 2012, Chartiers Township has submitted its Unconventional Gas Well Fund Usage Report for 2014 to the Pennsylvania Public Utility  Commission and a copy of that report is available by here.

As required by PA Act 13 of 2012, Chartiers Township has submitted its Unconventional Gas Well Fund Usage Report for 2015 to the Pennsylvania Public Utility  Commission and a copy of that report is available by clicking the link.

As required by PA Act 13 of 2012, Chartiers Township has submitted its Unconventional Gas Well Fund Usage Report for 2016 to the Pennsylvania Public Utility  Commission and a copy of that report is available by clicking the link.

As required by PA Act 13 of 2012, Chartiers Township has submitted its Unconventional Gas Well Fund Usage Report for 2017 to the Pennsylvania Public Utility  Commission and a copy of that report is available by clicking the link.

As required by PA Act 13 of 2012, Chartiers Township has submitted its Unconventional Gas Well Fund Usage Report for 2018 to the Pennsylvania Public Utility  Commission and a copy of that report is available by clicking the link.