Road Department

 

The Brighton Township Road Department keeps the township roads clear in all weather throughout the year. It also helps maintain and repair our roads for the ongoing safety of our motorists. The department consists of five full-time employees, including Road Foreman, Bruce Thorne.  Seasonal employees are also hired to assist with routine ground maintenance.  In addition to maintaining Township roads, the Road Department works at the Township parks, on both buildings and grounds, facility maintenance, vehicle maintenance and operation of the Township composting and yard waste site.

 

ROAD NETWORK

Brighton Township presently has 42.07 miles of public roads that it maintains. Road maintenance includes paving, oil and chip, road patching, street sweeping, roadside mowing, street sign maintenance, storm sewer maintenance projects, shoulder grading and winter maintenance. In addition to Township roads, the Township has entered into an agreement with the PA Department of Transportation to perform winter maintenance on 8.48 miles of state roads. These state roads are Dutch Ridge Road, Beaner Hollow Road and Brighton Road.

 

STATE ROADS

The following list is of state roads within Brighton Township. The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PA D.O.T.) performs all maintenance on these roads, with the exception of winter snow removal on those roads noted. Calls for maintenance, drainage, potholes or signs should be made to 1-800-FIX ROAD.

 

PA Route 60 (Beaver Valley Expressway)   

Wildwood Road

Brighton Road *  

Grange Road

Dutch Ridge Road *   

Park Road

Beaner Hollow Road *  

Brady’s Run Road

Tuscarawas Road     

Anchortown Road

Barclay Hill Road    

Doyle Drive

Lisbon Road   

 

Pine Grove Road (From Doyle Drive to Industry Only)

 

 

* Winter Maintenance by Brighton Township under Agreement with  PA D.O.T.

 

ROAD KILLS

The Brighton Township Road Department does not pick-up or remove road kill animals of any kind. The PA Game Commission will pick up deer. Please call the Game Warden at 724-238-5639.