New Recycling Unit at Township Building
Residents: our new recycling unit is being contaminated with unacceptable items for recycling. Each week the Township is being assessed a fee of over $500.00. Although most people recycle responsibly, even one item will incur this charge. This makes providing the service prohibitive. The most common item mistakenly placed in the bin is PLASTIC BAGS. These are no longer acceptable. Please remind frequent users of the unit of this circumstance. If you have any questions on acceptable items, or need assistance using the unit, please call our office at 724-926-8700.
The Township office will be closed on the following holidays: New Year’s Day, Good Friday, Primary Election Day (spring), Memorial Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day, General Election Day (fall), Thanksgiving Day, Day after Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, and Christmas Day.
Robinson Township of Washington County Pennsylvania
This is the official website for the Township of Robinson in Washington County, Pennsylvania. Our community welcomes you!
Our local government is comprised of a three-member Board and a Township Manager. Our meetings are held monthly, the second Monday of each month at 6 p.m. at the Township Building located at 8400 Noblestown Road, McDonald, PA.
If you are interested in learning more about development or relocation to Robinson Township please contact Crystal Brown, Township Manager, at 724-926-8700.
What’s New in Robinson
Our Township welcomes the opening of the Southern Beltway. Construction on section 55A2 has just begun, with Trumbull Corporation as contractors. Extensive work will be seen throughout 2019 and 2020 in the vicinity of Primrose / Johns Avenue / Noblestown Road as bridge structures are being built. The U.S. Rt. 22 to Interstate 79 Project has positioned Robinson Township for steady growth for years to come. The Beltway, coupled with our close proximity to the Pittsburgh International Airport and Downtown Pittsburgh has made Robinson Township an attractive place for businesses and new home builders.
Gas Well Industry
Robinson Township currently has 13 active Marcellus pads.
News and Announcements
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