North Sewickley Township
"Families growing together for the future"
This website has been designed to incorporate all aspects of the Township and keep you informed every step of the way. In this one website you will find everything you need to know about the community you live in. Communication is a key to success and your voice matters. Please take time to attend Township and Authority meetings. If we work together, our future is bright!
Clean Up Day - July 18, 2020
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Due to the current situation with the Corona Virus (COVID-19), the North Sewickley Township Offices now have a payment window installed in order to assist our customers in the safest way possible. We recommend social distancing of 6 feet between customers and also wearing a mask upon entering the building. Thank you for your cooperation
Should you need a building permit, please email the request to or visit the payment window to receive your application. Completed building permits can be mailed or scanned and submitted via email as well to the email address above. Delays are expected during this process we cannot provide a time frame for processing applications at this time.
COVID-19 Info Regarding Tax Collector:
Karen Trozzo, Tax Collector of North Sewickley Township, announces that the 2020 township real estate tax bills have been mailed. Until further notice, her home office will be closed to the public.
Taxpayers can make payments by mail, online, or place payment in an enclosed envelope at the drop box located at the front entrance of the North Sewickley Township Municipal Building. DO NOT PLACE PAYMENTS AT THE HOME OFFICE LOCATION. As stated on the tax bill, enclose a self addressed stamped envelope for return paid receipts.
Telephone messages can be placed by calling 724-847-3359
Thank you ~ North Sewickley Township Board of Supervisors
North Sewickley was formed in 1801 when the former Sewickley Township was divided into New Sewickley and North Sewickley. In 1845, North Sewickley's geographic size was reduced by the creation of three new townships Marion, Wayne, and Perry from it's territory. The township lost more land in 1892 when Eastvale Borough was incorporated and in 1918 when the Borough annexed South Ellwood.
Population: approximately 5,488
Square Miles: 21.12
Road System: 38.52
State Roads: 29.65
School District: Riverside Beaver County