SUPERVISORS: Bill Monahan, Chairman Michael Rudolph, Sr., Vice Chairman Louis Kovach, III, Supervisor
TAX COLLECTOR: Rita King 120 Old Dairy Road Rd, Dilliner, PA 15327 724-943-4092
SECRETARY-TREASURER: Nancy McIntire
SOLICITOR: Kevin O'Malley
RIGHT-TO-KNOW-OFFICER: Kevin O'Malley | Office: 412-788-1200 | Fax: 412-788-2008
AUDITORS: Kandy Gashie, Andrea Rumble, & Tonya Halbert
SEWAGE OFFICER: Tim Neil 724-966-9295
ENGINEER / BUILDING PERMITS: K2 Engineering 724-439-3440
Scheduled Public Meeting Dates: 9:00 a.m. on the first Monday of each month, at Township Building; if a holiday, the supervisours will meet the following day at 9:00 a.m.
Board Meeting Minutes: Please contact the township office for a copy of their meeting notes.
Permits and Ordiances: Please contact the township office at 724-943-3935.
Township Municipal Building: for the Board of Supervisors is used for conducting business from the combined township building and maintenance equipment storage facility is located at 128 Maple Ridge Road in the Mapletown community. The building is a metal structure that is well maintained and reported to have no maintenance issues. Township officials have identified the need for a new salt shed at the facility.
More about Monongahela Township:
Children living in Monongahela Township attend schools within the Southeast Greene School District that include:
Bobtown Elementary School (724-839-7241)
Mapletown High (724-943-3401)
Mapletown Middle & High School (724-943-3401)
Voting Precincts for Monongahela Township residents:
Monongahela 1: residents vote at the Monongahela Township Building located at 128 Maple Ridge Road, Greensboro, PA 15338 (Building Phone: 724-943-3935)
Monongahela 2: residents vote at Mon View Park Roller Rink & Community Center located at 377 Stoney Hill Road, Greensboro, PA 15338
For more information, contact the Greene County Elections Office at 724-852-5304.
Monongahela Township Geography: according to the United States Census Bureau, has a total area of 46.2 km˛ (17.8 mi˛), 44.7 km˛ (17.3 mi˛) of it is land and 1.5 km˛ (0.6 mi˛) of it (3.14%) is water.
Monongahela Township Coordinance:
Deed Transfers: A deed is the document that transfers ownership of real estate. It contains the names of the old and new owners and a legal description of the property, and is signed by the person transferring the property. Property Deeds for Greene County are recorded in our Office of Register and Recorder, located in the Greene County Courthouse, Room 100, 10 East High Street, Waynesburg, PA 15370 (Phone: 724-852-5283). For more information, go to: Recorder of Deeds.
Click here for deed transfers recorded within Monongahela Township of Greene County, Pennsylvania.
Comprehensive Plan with Township Demographics: Almost two years after beginning the process, eight municipalities in southeastern Greene County held a final public meeting Monday, October 27, 2008 on a draft of their multi-municipal comprehensive plan. Municipalities participating in the effort included Carmichaels and Greensboro Boroughs and Cumberland, Dunkard, Greene, Monongahela, Perry and Wayne Townships. The November 3, 2008 final draft plan was ready for the 45-day comment period (to end on December 19, 2008); click here to view the Southeastern Greene County Cooperative Communities Comprehensive Plan.
For more information, read the News Release (10/28/2008). Also see the Greene County Comprehensive Plan prepared by the Department of Economic Development.
Notable Mentioned within Monongahela Township:
John Minor Crawford House known as Building 301, and built in 1878 (National Registered Listed Property, 7/27/95), located on State Route 2014.
Warrior Trail (the trail crosses Greene County in a generally east-west direction, 6 miles north of the Mason-Dixon line. For 45 miles, it follows a stream divide separating the drainages of Whiteley and Dunkard Creeks).
Mon View Park and Pool
Mon View Roller Rink and Community Center
Glassworks Boat Ramps, offering boat ramps into the Mon River, multi-space parking lot for boat trailers, and floating docks.
Community Facilities and Services:
Greensboro/Monongahela Volunteer Fire Dept provides fire suppression and ambulance services to a 19-square mile area in Greensboro Borough and Monongahela Township.
The fire department operates with a total of 20 active volunteers and typically responds to 325 calls annually, of which 250 are classified as medical in nature and 30 as fire related.
Greensboro-Monongahela Joint Sewer Authority provides services to 270 customers in the Greensboro Borough and communities of Glassworks, Hillman, Dora Village and Seventh Pool in Mon Township.
Organizations & landmarks:
Streams, rivers, and creeks: Monongahela River, Whiteley Creek, Little Whiteley Creek, Dunkard Creek
Land Use Analysis: In terms of both total acreage and number of properties, Mon Township has the largest collection of industrial land uses in the Southeastern Greene County Planning Area.
These sites are generally dedicated to coal extraction and are mostly concentrated at two locations:
One concentration of industrial properties is the mines in the Alicia community.
Another is in the Poland Mines community on Dunkard Creek and the Shannonpin Mines site on the Mon River.
Agricultural uses and Clean and Green properties make up the majority of land uses in Monongahela Township. A majority of Clean and Green designated land can be found surrounding Greensboro Borough and the Glassworks Community. The preservation of large tracts of land around these settlements gives a clear demarcation between developable areas and countryside, creating greater opportunity for denser, more pedestrian friendly mixed-use areas.
(Source of Land Use Analysis: Coop Community Comprehensive Plan, Section 4, Pg 4-7, 11/3/08 draft.)
Pennsylvania Local Government:
(Information Source: wikipedia.org (Wikipedia, the Free Online Encyclopedia))
Local Government in Pennsylvania is a mosaic of 5,334 individual units. All were established by the State or provincial government and operate under laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Each unit is distinct and independent of other local units, although they may overlap geographically and may act together to serve the public. Monongahela Township is located within Greene County, Pennsylvania, United States. The population was 1,714 at the 2000 census.
Watersheds: Ohio Basin, Monongahela Subbasin (Source: www.dep.state.pa.us).
A watershed is an area of land that drains into a lake or river. As rainwater and melting snow run downhill, they carry sediment and other materials into our streams, lakes, wetlands and groundwater (Source www.dep.pa.gov)
USEPA FIPS Code for Pennsylvania = 42, Greene County = 059 (42059).
Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS) Codes for states, counties, and named populated places; are a standardized set of numeric or alphabetic codes issued by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) to ensure uniform identification of geographic entities through all federal government agencies. The entities covered include: states and statistically equivalent entities, counties and statistically equivalent entities, named populated and related location entities (such as, places and county subdivisions), and American Indian and Alaska Native areas.
To search for cemeteries, villages and other features within Greene County, visit the USGS Geographical Names Information System (GNIS) to determine what 7.5' topographic map(s) depict specific geographic features.