We are a somewhat small community, but our residents have big hearts and high hopes for this place. Here you'll find information for our residents and visitors about who we are, what we do, Township events, and other important information.
It is unlawful under Baldwin Township Ordinance No. 461 (enacted 11-26-12) to feed or provide water to any stray or feral cat or dog, or any other stray animal, or to allow any other persons to engage in such activities on your property.
Public Speaker on Drug Policy in the US
Dr. Beau Kilmer, Co-Director of RAND’s Drug Policy Research Center, will speak at Mt. Lebanon Public Library at 3:00 pm on Thursday, June 13. His talk is titled, "Clearing the Smoke on Drug Policy in America."
While marijuana seems to dominate the media focus on drug policy, it is hardly the only newsworthy story. The misuse of prescription drugs is now killing more people than traffic accidents, and there is anecdotal evidence that opiate painkillers serve as a gateway to heroin use for some individuals. We are also experiencing a large reduction in cocaine consumption, which has important implications for both the United States and Mexico.
Dr. Kilmer will present on what RAND is doing to improve decision making in what is often an emotional and fractious policy arena. An open discussion will follow his talk.
Real Estate Tax Collection
Marilyn Wagner will be collecting Real Estate Taxes at the Township Community Building from 2:00 till 4:00 in the afternoon, and from 7:00 to 8:00 in the evening, each Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday from July 1st thru July 10th. If you need to see her at a different time, please call her for an appointment at 412-884-8867 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Castle Shannon Carnival
The annual Castle Shannon Carnival will be held from July 29, 2013 thru August 3, 2013. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact the Castle Shannon Fire Department or check out their web site for more information.
Covered Device Recycling Act
Under Pennsylvania's new Covered Device Recycling Act, Waste Haulers in the Commonwealth are now unable to pick up old televisions, computers, and peripheral devices for disposal. For information on nearby recycling facilities, see the Recycling Section of the Allegheny County Health Department.
Non-Emergency Phone Number
The non-emergency phone number for overnight parking is 412-341-5937 (after working hours).
Please help keep the Township safe and attractive.
Here are some reminders of the zoning and property regulations.