Family Promise of Southwestern Pennsylvania provides shelter, case management and supportive services 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to homeless children and their families. We mobilize over 800 volunteers through local faith congregations and the community who are opening their hearts to help families who are experiencing what […]Read More
“It is incredibly important that we give back to the men and women who sacrifice everything to provide us with the freedom that we nearly take for granted…” Madison Van Oss, Founder. Fleece Connection is a Pittsburgh-based non-profit organization providing weighted fleece blankets to Veterans recovering in VA hospitals throughout the […]Read More
For over 35 years Greater Washington County Food Bank, a non-profit organization, has been providing groceries and nutritional information/education to food insecure residents of Washington County. It is estimated that Washington County currently has over 25,000 people who are food insecure. While we don’t distribute food from our home office; […]Read More
In support of an informed citizenry, Peters Township Public Library provides printed and recorded materials, programs, equipment and staff services to meet the community’s educational, professional, and recreational needs. The library strives to enrich and empower every patron by fostering a love of learning. Opening books, doors and minds!Read More
The mission of the Peters Township Police Department is to enhance the quality of life in Peters Township by working in partnership with our community to enforce the law, preserve peace, reduce fear, and maintain order.
The Peters Township Volunteer Fire Department has been serving the township and surrounding communities for over 70 years. Founded by community residents in 1937. Peters Township provides residents with fire protection from two fire station locations. Station #1 is located on E. McMurray Road and Station #2 is located off of Bebout and Sugar Camp Roads.
Peters Township Ambulance Service provides quality emergency care to our area operating three fully equipped ambulances that have been licensed by the Pennsylvania Department of Health. We have approximately thirty paid and volunteer members of the ambulance service including Paramedics, Emergency Medical Technicians and office personnel. Emergency services are provided by trained and licensed Paramedics and Emergency Medical Technicians.