Washington Township, Erie County, Pensylvania

From the Desk of the Manager

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Great things are always happening in Washington Township
Posted on Tuesday, October 22, 2019 at 9:21 AM
The old V Plow still ready for action if needed!!!!!!!!!!

Washington Township is offering a new feature to its website. A blog directly from the desk of the Manager. As always we encourage you to feel free to stop in to discuss anything you'd like relating to Washington Township, but the blog will be informative and useful to keep you abreast of current events at the Township.  

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Now Open: Engine House 39
Posted on Monday, April 23, 2018 at 3:28 PM
Engine House 39 Entrance

Washington Township is very proud to announce that the Edinboro Volunteer Fire Department has now opened the "Engine House 39 Social Club". This brand new state of the art facility is located adjacent to the Municipal Complex on Rt 99 across from the General McLane High School.

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Washington Township expands Peninsula Park
Posted on Monday, May 22, 2017 at 4:35 AM

Now that the weather is warming up, it's time to get outdoors. Washington Township just acquired 25 acres adjacent to Peninsula Park that the community will be able to utilize. Read the full article from the Edinboro News-Journal.

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Burning of Leaves
Posted on Wednesday, August 27, 2014 at 9:12 AM

With Fall approaching quickly, remember that burning leaves in the Lakeside area is prohibitied except for Tuesdays. 

Please be cognizant of your neighbors that may suffer from respiratory ailments.

Review the map to ensure you are in compliance with the Washington Township Code prior to burning.

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Eventually, Every Township Gets the Flu
Posted on Tuesday, August 13, 2013 at 10:10 AM

Years of active involvement in local government has shown that even the healthiest of municipalities can come down with an affliction. Now we’re not talking about an illness that requires a trip to the emergency room or even a visit to the local doctor’s office. This type of ailment requires a vastly different type of disease control than the medical profession can handle. Hopefully, none of these viruses will turn into a pandemic and cause mass hysteria, but you may be flabbergasted at the sometimes medieval response that outsiders may take towards those that display the symptoms. Don’t be surprised if a crowd of people gather outside the Township building with torches and pitchforks, demanding that someone be put through a myriad of gruesome tests to determine if they are a witch or sorcerer.

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