Road Closure Alert

Keasey Road will be closed to through traffic starting Monday October 13, 2014 and will remain closed for two weeks.  We are replacing the bridge in the 120 block of Keasey Road.


Please be patient while we improve our infrastructure.  Please follow the detours and plan your trips accordingly!


Remember: Is better to lose one minute in life… than to lose life in a minute. 




Hall Rentals

Need a Hall for a wedding reception, class reunion, party, or event?  The Winfield Township Fire Hall is able to be rented through the Township now!  You may contact the township Building at 724-352-3333 for more information and to reserve your date!  We are now booking up to a year in advance!  We look forward to hosting your event!



Yours in Service,



Adam Hartwig


Please see the attached notice from the Sportsmen’s Club regarding their upcoming match.  These notifications are in accordance with the agreement held between the Club and the Township for any shooting event held before 12:30 PM on a Sunday.



Alert: Closure

Residents should be aware that the bridge located on Center Avenue is closed and will remain closed for the time being.  Residents living on Railroad Avenue will only be able to access their street via Helmbold Avenue.

Winfield Township is a Certified Silver Community!











Winfield Township has been certified as a silver community by the Sustainable Pennsylvania Community Certification program. This program is a part of Sustainable Pittsburgh and recognizes local municipalities for their efforts in implementing sustainable policies and practices. Sustainable practices are those which improve our present community without sacrificing our future resources. Examples include waste management, recycling, blight mitigation, intergovernmental cooperation, stormwater management and community engagement. For more information on the program, or to view the certification criteria, please visit:

Things you can do as a citizen of Winfield Township to conserve our resources (and save some money in the process):
1. Buy locally grown food
2. Start a compost pile
3. Switch to energy efficient light bulbs
4. Weather strip windows
5. Install low-flow toilets and showerheads
6. Use rechargeable batteries
7. Use nontoxic cleaning products
8. Recycle
9. Fix leaky pipes
10. Turn off the lights when you leave a room
11. Collect rainwater to use in your garden

Electronics Recycling

Don’t forget about this event this coming Monday!  If you have any electronics that you desire to get rid of stop by the Electronics Recycling Event in Saxonburg!

See the flyer attached: Electronic Recycling Event 2014  



Look forward to seeing you there!


Yours in Service,



Adam Hartwig

Electronics Recycling!

I have received numerous phone calls from residents asking how they can get rid of their old electronics…. Here is your chance!

Securely recycle your old computers next Saturday, April 26th. Commonwealth Computer Recycling will be providing on-site hard drive destruction and recycling services next Saturday from 10am – 1pm at the Saint Ferdinand’s Church.
The following computer components will be recycled for FREE at this event:
• Desktop, laptops, tablets, servers, hard drives ***
• LCD monitors
• Cell phones, IPods, MP3 players
• Computer peripherals
• Networking, phones and telecommunications items
• In an effort to maximize our recycling efforts televisions will not be accepted at the event.
*** On-site hard drive destruction cost is $10/hard drive.
Saint Ferdinand’s Church is located at 2535 Rochester Road in Cranberry Township. CCR is Department of Environmental Protection permitted and an R2 certified Responsible Recycler.
Free-will donations will be accepted for the Saint Ferdinand’s Church.



Spring Newsletter!

With Spring fast approaching and the warm weather here to stay, the Spring newsletter is here for your reading pleasure! Please pay special attention to the Right column on the front and the Left column on the back. Consider cutting this out and hanging it on the fridge as it has a lot of helpful numbers and information that you may need throughout the year!
Also, get involved and sign up for alerts about road projects or emergencies happening in the Township by e-mailing

Road Clean Up Date

Every year, Winfield Township conducts a road clean up day. This provides the residents the chance to clean any trash that may have accumulated alongside the road over the past year. This year’s road clean up will be held on April 26, 2014, with a rain date of May 3, 2014. The week of the clean up, there will be gloves, vests, and bags available for pick up at the Township Building.
Help keep our Township Beautiful and contact the Township Office to let us know what road(s) you plan to help pick up!

Roads, Roads, Roads!

This winter has been particularly harsh on our roads. As all of you have probably already noticed, there are potholes appearing overnight and our Road Crew is working everyday that the weather permits to patch the potholes. Got a large pothole? Visit the CONTACT US section of our page and let us know.
We are also working to revamp our Road Maintenance program to better suit the current condition of the roads. This will aid in better budgeting for the future.

We also plan to ditch many of the roads to better usher the water off the sides of the road while staying within the Right-of-Way (this will hopefully decrease the ‘spider web cracks that you see along side the road).
Please understand that we are working very hard to better serve you, the residents of Winfield Township, and provide you with the best roads possible.

Please sign up for e-mail alerts at We will only send out alerts that could potentially affect your daily life; road closures, road projects, or emergencies within the Township. STAY INVOLVED, STAY CONNECTED!

Think Spring,