December 1st Parks & Recreation Board Trip to Lamaze in Pittsburgh — SORRY. THIS TRIP IS NOW SOLD OUT!
The Brighton Township Parks & Recreation Board is planning a holiday light trip to Lamaze in Pittsburgh. Bus leaves the Social Hall on Dutch Ridge Road at 3 p.m. and departs Lamaze at 7 p.m. The cost is $10 per person and includes bus transportation, admission to Lamaze and $10 in glow bucks good towards dinner.
No children under 2 due to bus restrictions. Children who are 3 years old need a harness.
Click here to register and pay. Space is limited to 75 people, so don’t delay!!!!!
Curbside Collection of Leaves Set for Three Dates — Only one date remaining — November 20th!
Brighton Township will conduct the last curbside collection of leaves on Wednesday, November 20th. Leaves must be at the curb by 7:30 a.m. and be placed within biodegradable paper bags purchased at the Municipal Building. Shrub clippings and cut brush may also be placed within the bags. Bags are available for purchase at $2.00 per bag. The use of bags from other sources will not be collected. Residents are encouraged to continue to use the yard waste drop-off site located at 1250 Brighton Road to dispose of their leaves and other yard waste.
Grand Re-Opening of Brady’s Run Recycling Center – October 21
The Recycling Center will reopen October 21 with NEW operating hours: Monday & Tuesday 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m; Wednesday noon to 5 p.m.; Thursday 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.; closed Friday; every third Saturday 8:30 a.m. to noon. Recyclable items include: corrugated cardboard, tin cans, polystyrene, used motor oil, e-waste, mixed paper, scrap metal, yard waste, glass bottles and jar, plastic bottles, textile/fibers.
Brighton Township Adopts Stormwater Management Fee
Brighton Township has adopted a Stormwater Management Fee to funds its compliance obligations with PA DEP stormwater permitting requirements. The fee is effective for 2019 and was billed in February through Berkheimer Associates. For more information read the Township’s December newsletter article “Township Adopts Stormwater Management Fee” by clicking here.
Bradys Run Slope Stability Project (SR 4012, B10)
Penn D.O.T. is planning a landslide repair on Bradys Run Road in Brighton Township, Beaver County, which includes reconstruction of the lane and shoulder on the embankment side of the road with milling and resurfacing of the lane and shoulder on the cut slope side. The reconstruction length is approximately 500 feet.
Construction for this project is slated to begin in the spring of 2019. For more information, click here.
2018 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report Released by the Brighton Township Municipal Authority
The Brighton Township Municipal Authority has issued their 2018 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report on water testing performed in 2017. The Authority is pleased to report that their drinking water meets all Federal and State requirements. The report can be read or downloaded here.
Rental Registration Reminder
Brighton Township code requires each owner of rental property located within the Township to register the rental property and tenants age 18 and over. The registration is to be renewed on or before February 1st and August 1st of each year advising the Township of any changes in occupancy. Registration forms are available at the Township Office or under the Applications and Forms Page in the Residents Center on this web site. Once registered, if you have had no tenant changes you may report the information by calling 724-774-4800.
New FEMA Flood Maps Posted
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), which administers the National Flood Insurance Program, has released updated studies and mapping for floodplains. The Township has posted all related information on the Planning & Zoning Page.
WELCOME TO BRIGHTON TOWNSHIP!
Brighton Township is one of the Western Pennsylvania region’s most affluent, beautiful and serene communities that is within minutes of the Borough of Beaver, a Pittsburgh Magazine “top 10 stable great neighborhood” and the Beaver Area School District, a Pittsburgh Business Times “top 10 percent regional district.” The township features immediate access to local recreation and medical center, Pittsburgh attractions, interstate highways, an international airport and excellent shopping. With significantly lower property taxes, the township has grown steadily during the past five years as a safe, vibrant bedroom community in which to raise a family. Our Web Site provides a continuing flow of meaningful information to our residents and encourages increased communication between the Township and the public that we serve.
Founded in 1816, Brighton Township is a residential community blending a rural setting with a progressive attitude. A Township of the Second Class, it is governed by a board of three elected supervisors, each serving a six year term.
The Board of Supervisors appoints a Township Manager who is charged with the day to day operations and fiscal management of the Township. The Board meets the second Monday of each month at 7:00 p.m. in the Municipal Building at 1300 Brighton Road. Any necessary change in this schedule is advertised in the local legal ads, and special meetings are advertised as well. All meetings of the Board are open to the public with an opportunity at each meeting for public comment. Further, any individual is encouraged to contact the Township offices with concerns or comments. Residents are encouraged to present their views on Township matters on any of the means that are available, including letters, e-mail, telephone and in person.
This website is updated regularly, so please return again soon to be as up to date as possible with Township departments and happenings. We want and need your input for topics you would like to see added to our site. Please share your ideas.