Washington Township, Erie County, Pensylvania

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Speeding in Washington Township?
Posted on Monday, April 27, 2015 at 9:54 AM

Be forewarned - Washington Township is monitoring your speed on various Township roads, and working with the PA State Police in ticketing those violators. 

Are you on camera? Take a look.

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Storm Siren Installed at Twp. Water Tower
Posted on Wednesday, October 1, 2014 at 1:57 PM
Siren installation

Washington Township Council has purchased two used storm sirens in an effort to give warning to the area of impending danger. Rural Electric was kind enough to install two poles at no cost to the Township for mounting of the siren. The first installation is located behind the Walmart on Route 6N near the Township's water tower. The second site is yet to be determined and is scheduled for installation in the Spring, somewhere on the mid-eastern side of the Township. At this time we do not know just how much of the Township will be covered by the two sirens but the areas targeted are typically those that have experienced storm damage in the past. This is a great example of Council's commitment towards the health, safety, and welfare of the citizens of out community. Once completely installed, the system will be activated by Erie County. Be alert for those warning tests and be prepared for an emergency situation when the sirens are warning of impending danger.

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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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Veterans Park to dedicate flag poles
Posted on Friday, May 3, 2013 at 7:27 AM

Invitation from the Washington Township Memorial Park Committee for the Flag Installation for the Flag Installation Dedication Ceremony

Please join us at two o'clock in the afternoon on Flag Day, June 14, 2013 to dedicate the new Flag Installation at the Washington Township Veterans Memorial Park to acknowledge Eagle Scout Blake Schweigert, who created and completed the Flag Installation.

The Park is located on Edinboro Road, adjacent to the Washington Township Administration Building. The Dedication Ceremony is open to the public.

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