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.
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 outlining 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
To help supplement the Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) program, many Townships have already implemented a “Stormwater Fee” for all residents, businesses, churches, social clubs, etc. in their municipality. New Sewickley is currently studying and considering implementing such a fee to help fund the expenses that will be incurred by MS4. The Board of Supervisors will hold a Public Meeting held at the Big Knob Grange on Monday March 23rd at 6:30 p.m. to further explain and discuss the process.