ARE SOLICITORS KNOCKING AT YOUR DOOR?
All individuals who solicit in Brighton Township are required to obtain a soliciting permit from the Chief of Police and are advised that when they solicit, they are required to exhibit a copy of the permit upon contact with the resident. If they cannot produce a permit, they are soliciting illegally.
Soliciting is prohibited on Sundays and holidays, before 9:30 a.m., or after sunset or 6:00 p.m., which occurs first.
If you come in contact with an individual who is soliciting illegally, please call the Brighton Township Police Department at 724-728-1134 or Non-Emergency County Dispatch at 724-774-1789.
EARNED INCOME TAX
The EIT Collector for all of Beaver County, including Brighton Township and Beaver Area School District, is Berkheimer. Forms can be obtained from the Berkheimer web site at www.hab-inc.com. They can also be reached at 1-866-701-7206. The PSD Code for Brighton Township and Beaver Area School District is — 040303.
If you are self employed, work out of state or are a federal employee, local earned income tax is not deducted from your pay by your employer, so you are required to pay the tax quarterly or be subject to additional penalty, interest and costs.
The Brighton Township Municipal Authority has approved a Service Connection Fee Analysis prepared by their Consulting Engineer, Lennon, Smith, Souleret Engineering, Inc. The analysis was prepared in accordance with the provisions of PA Act No. 2003-57 and includes the Connection Fee, Customer’s Facility Fee and Tapping Fee components. View PDF
To comply with PA DEP Public Notification Rules the Municipal Authority has implemented the services of Swiftreach Networks, Inc. as its emergency notification provider. More
The Township has posted the Two Mile Run Park Extension, located below the Public Works Site on Brighton Road, as a No Hunting Zone. This action was taken to avoid conflicts with people who use the walking trail within the park. Other Township properties remain open to hunting conducted in compliance with the Pennsylvania Game Laws. More
Following are special bonus articles of special interest to you as a Township resident. These articles are
designed to inform you about issues that affect our community. More
The Board of Supervisors has initiated an Adopt-A-Roadway Program in an effort to clean-up litter and improve
the overall appearance of roadways. There are now thirteen individuals or families who have volunteered their time and energy for our community. They have been at work and are making a difference. It is not too late for you and your family to become involved. More
Tenants of Residential Rental Properties to be Registered with Township – Brighton Township Ordinance No. 122
requires the owners of residential rental properties to register the names and addresses of their tenants, with such registration to be renewed on or before February 1st and August 1st of each succeeding year. More