Help the Marine Toys for Tots Program bring the joy of Christmas to less fortunate children. Your new, unwrapped toys can be dropped off at the Municipal Building, 620 Franklin Farms Road, Monday-Friday, between 8am and 4pm from now until December 11. If you would like to donate, but do not want to shop or deliver toys in person, visit for other ways to donate without leaving home!

Fall Leaf Pick-up

October 19-November 30

The Township Road Department will be offering free leaf bag pick-up again this year.  Leaf bags are available at the Municipal Building, 620 Franklin Farms Road.  Each residence is allotted 3 free leaf bags, with additional bags for sale 3 for $1.00.

Residents should leave their bagged leaves at the front of their property, near the street for pick-up.  The Road Department will pick them up Monday-Friday, throughout the day.  If your leaves have been out for a few days and the Road Department has not noticed them, please give us a call at 724-228-3330.


North Franklin Township Receives DCNR Grant

The grant award is part of the Community Conservation Partnerships Program administered by the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR) and will help to fund a Master Site Development Plan for the park property that was purchased by the North Franklin Recreation and Business Improvement Authority in 2016.  We would like to thank Cindy Adams Dunn, the Secretary of the DCNR and Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf for selecting our proposal.  We look forward to working with the DCNR to implement this project which will contribute to the quality of life for our residents!

More information available here.

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PPE Donation Received

DIY Faceshields provided to North Franklin Volunteer Fire Company

North Franklin Township would like to recognize PPE Connect PGH and East Washington Mayor Mike Gomber for their efforts to provide necessary PPE to the North Franklin VFC and other area first responders!  As we go through these difficult times, it is encouraging to see people go out of their way to help others and we want to thank them for their efforts!


Lincoln Hill Community Playground Receives $1000 Donation


During the February, 2020 meeting, the North Franklin Township Supervisors approved the donation of $1,000 to the Lincoln Hill Community Playground.  The Supervisors would like to commend James E. Ward, President and all the members of the Lincoln Heights Community Action Committee for the years of service they have provided to the community.  We thank them for the time and effort that they put into making a difference in the quality of life for the children in North Franklin Township!

James Ward, President and
Mike Quinn, Supervisor








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