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All Township offices will be closed on Monday, May 27, 2024 in observance of Memorial Day.   




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Identity Theft/Shredding Event

Representative Valerie Gaydos and Senator Devlin Robinson are having an Identity Theft/Shredding Event on Saturday, June 29, 2024, from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. at 1005 Beaver Grade Road Parking Lot in Moon Township, PA.

This event gives residents the opportunity to dispose of their unneeded, unwanted paper. Each vehicle is limited to the following: Two Grocery Bags or One small box. Items NOT accepted are phone books, newspapers, bound books or trash. This event is for individuals only, no businesses. For additional information, please call 412-262-3780.



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Hard to Recycle Collection Event

The Quaker Valley COG has partnered with the Pennsylvania Resources Council (PRC) for a Hard to Recycle Collection Event on Saturday, July 27, 2024, from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the Leetsdale Industrial Park, 380 Leetsdale Industrial Drive, Leetsdale, PA 15056.

A $5 Participant Fee includes unlimited recycling of cell and home phones, computer towers and peripheral equipment, expanded polystyrene packaging material, microwave ovens, stereo equipment, VCRs, DVD players, and cable boxes. Click here for a list of additional items and fees.

Advance registration required – Contact the PRC by phone 412-488-7490 or click here to register online.



Earth Day 2024 Cleanup Event 

Aleppo’s annual Earth Day Roadside Cleanup Event was held on Saturday, April 20, 2024.  Teams of volunteers collected 59 bags of trash as well as a lot of miscellaneous debris.

Thanks to all who turned out to help!








Do Not Feed the Deer

The Commissioners adopted an ordinance prohibiting the feeding of deer in Aleppo Township.  Click here to see the ordinance.

An article in the Sewickley Herald discussed deer culling programs in the surrounding areasClick here to see the article.

Suburban Whitetail Management of Wexford is an organization that conducts controlled culling programs. They work with individual property owners to determine if your land is suitable for the program. They can be reached at

The PA Game Commission has produced a pamphlet explaining why people should not feed deer. Please click here to read the information.



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Open Burning Regulations

Aleppo Township follows Allegheny County Health Department (ACHD) regulations regarding open burning.  Fires may be no larger than 3 feet wide by 3 feet long by 2 feet high – the size of a recreational fire pit.  Residential burn barrels are not allowed.

Click here to see the Open Burning Fact Sheet, and click here to see Allegheny County’s Open Burning brochure. The full legislation can be accessed here.

To file a complaint about a nuisance or smoky fire, visit and follow the prompts to File Complaint >> Health Department >> Air Quality.



Governor’s Award for Local Government Excellence

Aleppo Township was recently awarded the Governor’s Award for Local Government Excellence in the Information Technology category.  This honor was given to the Township for the Meeting Digest system.  The system was described as follows at the award ceremony:

“Aleppo Township has adopted new and modern technology that has allowed residents to be more active in their community.  By giving the resident the ability to stream meetings, receive emails breaking down topics discussed at meetings, watch videos of meetings, and search digests from the last six years through an indexed database on the Township’s website, Aleppo Township provided its residents with a refreshing form of communication. Residents no longer need to put their lives on hold to attend a meeting because, if they miss a meeting, Aleppo Township will still be able to provide updates on every topic and every outcome through videos and digests, serving as an example of transparency.”


Former Board President Matthew Doebler and Township Manager Gwen Patterson attended the award ceremony in Harrisburg. Thanks and congratulations to Matt for creating the Meeting Digest system! Click here for more about the award ceremony and to learn how other communities are serving their residents.