- Community Profile
- Scott Township – Home Page
- Scott Township – Police
- Scott Township – Fire
- School District – Chartiers Valley
- The Patch. News from Chartiers Valley
- The Scott Conservancy
- Old St. Luke’s
- Scott Township: 2011 – Celebrated 150 years!
- The Woodville Plantation House (Neville House)
- Whiskey Rebellion – Friendship Hill National Historical Site
- Whiskey Rebellion – Historic Documents
- Whiskey Rebellion – History
Scott Township was 150 years in 2011. It is located in the Chartiers Valley School District within Allegheny County, PA. The Township covers approximately 3.86 miles of hills and valleys in Southwestern PA.
The Chartiers Creek meanders through the Township. From many of the different neighborhoods there are great vistas of Chartiers Valley, which are especially fabulous when the fall leaves are showing off their colors.
The 2010 US Census lists the Township with a population of 17,028.
Scott Township is surrounded by Green Tree Borough, Upper St. Clair Township, Mt. Lebanon Township, Bridgeville Borough, Collier Township, Carnegie Boro, Heidelberg Boro, and the City of Pittsburgh.
Click here for the .pdf of the 2011 Scott Township & Library Quiz.Township & Library Quiz. This was distributed during the Library’s 10th Anniversary Celebration on March 26, 2011.
In 2011 the Scott Township Public Library began collecting historical information about the township. If you would like to share your collection please contact the library. We are looking for Stories ~ Pictures ~ Maps ~ School Information Community Celebrations ~ Scott Conservancy ~ People …any and all information about Scott Township.
Deliver a copy (if original is provided it will not be returned) to:
The Director, Scott Township Public Library, 301 Lindsay Rd., Scott Township, PA 15106
Pleasae include your contact information with any items you share!