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The Township purchased 80.5 acres from Mr. Rolland Richardson in 1965 for construction of Green Valley Park.  In 1982 Mr. Blake Walker donated an additional 8.7 acres.  The Park now consists of athletic fields for baseball, softball and soccer.  There is a play area for children; picnic shelters that be reserved and a walking trail with exercise stations.  Information on reserving a shelter may be obtained by contacting Mandy Larrick at 724-622-4336.

Park Address: 184 Snyder Drive, Rochester, PA  15074

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The NST Recreation Board is happy to announce the opening of our amphitheater.  The amphitheater will be used for many functions such as concerts, movies in the park, Scouting events, Community Day and more. 

The Board is pleased to offer the use of the amphitheater to our community churches.  The amphitheater is handicap accessible and has electric available.  If you would like to schedule use of the amphitheater for an outdoor service, a choir performance, youth group event, the Bible school class would like to perform a play or anything else you can think of please contact Lisa Bauman at 724-630-4117.

Mark your calendars for June 19th from 7:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m. when the Eldorado Band will be performing.  A big thank you to Novak’s Auto Parks Inc. for sponsoring this event for our enjoyment.


Movies in the Park

The warm weather also brings back Movies in Park.  The movie dates this year are June 11, June 25, July 9 and July 23.  We look forward to seeing you there!


Park Employee

The Township Park Employee serves as the caretaker of Green Valley Park. Robie has worked for the Township since the Spring of 2020.  He takes pride in keeping the Park clean and well maintained for the Residents. His duties include mowing grass, weed trimming, cleaning shelters & bathrooms, emptying trash cans and any other maintenance within the park.







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