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SQUAW VALLEY PARK AND THE SURROUNDING TRAIL WERE SEVERELY DAMAGED DURING THE STORMS AND FLOODING IN EARLY JULY AND WILL REMAIN COMPLETELY CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.

PLEASE CLICK "TOWNSHIP OF O'HARA FACEBOOK" TO SEE PHOTOS OF SOME OF THE DAMAGE.

Welcome

Situated among the beautiful hills and valleys along the Allegheny River, the Township of O'Hara is located six miles northeast of Pittsburgh's Golden Triangle.

Our website offers you an opportunity to visit our community, to access information about our government, and to download applications and policies regarding Township services.

Information & News
Check here for important messages from your Township. Find out how to contact local schools and businesses.  Learn about local civic orginazations and opportunities to get involved. Read the Township newsletter, check out our Manager's latest message and view the most up-to-date important township documents.

Departments
Learn about Township departments and their functions and duties. Find out how to reserve a picnic shelter or ball field at one of the Township's great parks. Download applications for building and other permits. Check the progress of leaf collection and find out when to call for brush collection. See the Township's snow and refuse removal policies and more.

Government 
Meet Township officials and learn more about local government.

Calendar

Monday, August 20
7:00 Planning Commission Meeting

Tuesday, August 21
6:00 Fire Committee Meeting
Movie at Squaw Valley - "Justice League"

Wednesday, August 22
7:00 Parks and Recreation Commission Meeting

Thursday, August 23
9:00 -12:0 Jordan Tax Service - Collection of Taxes

More Calendar Events

Information on the O'Hara Township website is provided as a service to the community. Township rules and regulations are subject to change and the information on this web site should be considered as general guidance only. While the Township attempts to post current and useful information, not all information may be complete, accurate or up to date. In general, inquiries (including reference to official documents) can and should be made to the Township before proceeding with plans or programs.