Welcome to New Sewickley Township
New Sewickley Township is a part of depreciation lands that were set aside by Act of Assembly on March 12, 1783 to be awarded to those men who served in the Revolutionary War. Today, New Sewickley Township is a rural community consisting of 33.94 square miles with a population of approximately 7,360.
Text Notification System
The Township’s Text Notification System has been up and running. This system will let us keep residents informed of important information such as road closures, public hearings and emergency situations, along with informing residents of community events going on in the Township. There is still time to sign up. Join the 400 or more residents who have signed up. Simply, send us your email address or phone number. This information is strictly voluntary and will be for Township use only.
In Search of Historical Information
A group of citizens in New Sewickley Township have an interest in the history of the Township. Bill Smith and Ron Goehring are leading the way on a project compiling information on the history of New Sewickley Township. They are asking for your help with any information on past businesses, pictures, and organizations within the Township.Their goal is to put a book together outling the history of the Township from its beginning to present day.
If you would have any information, please contact:
Bill Smith, Cell:724-494-0677, email; firstname.lastname@example.org
Ron Goehring, Cell :724-506-0425, email; email@example.com
Trick or Treat Trail
On October 26, 2019 New Sewickley Township will hold it’s annual Trick or Treat Trail at Green Valley Park starting at 6:00 p.m. Parents and members of our community are needed to sit along the trail to hand out candy as the children trick or treat. Please plan to arrive by 5:30 p.m. to allow time to set up.
Weather permitting, the Recreation Board will be showing Halloween flicks on their big screen from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Crime Watch Officer, Jim Kopaz, will be presenting awards for the best three costumes in ages groups 1 though 2, 3 through 6, 7 through 11 and 12 through 17. Officer Kopaz will also be presenting awards to the best three displays along the trail.