Boards & Commissions

The Township Supervisors meet the 3rd Wednesday of every month at the Sewickley Township Municipal Building at 7:00.

Township Supervisors


Wanda Layman, Vice-Chairperson



 

The Planning Commission meets the 2nd Tuesday of every month at the Sewickley Township Municipal Building at 7:30.

Planning Commission (four year term)


  • Randy Walter, Chairman

  • John Cochran, Vice Chairman

  • Jack Pore, Secretary/Treasurer

  • Marianne Errett

  • Ann McWilliams

  • Brian Merdian

  • Chuck Wackenhuth

The Recreation Board meets the 1st Tuesday of every month at the Sewickley Township Recreation Center Building at 7:00.

Recreation Board (five year term)


  • Christie Royer, Chairperson

  • Rob Romano, Vice Chairman

  • Lynn Boettner

 

The Zoning Board meets the 4th Wednesday of every month at the Sewickley Township Municipal Building at 7:00.

Zoning Board (five year term)


  • Peter Cherellia, Chairman

  • Kathleen Kerber, Secretary

  • Robert Bateman

  • Ashley Lovelace

  • Michael Ulyan

  • Charles F. Wade, Attorney

 

The Cultural Commission meets the 1st Tuesday of every month at the Sewickley Township Municipal Building at 6:30.

Cultural Commission (four year term)


  • Janet R. Fawcett, Chairperson

  • Debra Costanzo

  • Belinda M. Derr

  • Amber Kline

  • Thomas R. Lash

  • Lisa Nickels

 

The Crime Watch meets the 3rd Thursday of every month.

Working together with the Pennsylvania State Police, The Westmoreland County Sheriff’s Department and the District Attorney’s office, the members of the Sewickley Township Crime Watch program have provided programs and services to the community.

These programs include:


  • Prevention Programs for schools and community organizations.

  • In-service training for teachers and emergency services.

  • Monthly Newsletters.

  • National Night-Out

  • The Citizen’s Police Academy. The Academy is open to township residents at least 21 years of age.

  • For more information, please contact the township at 724-446-7202.

 

The Lions meets on the 4th Wednesday of every month in the Sewickley Area Library.

***The Sewickley Area Lions Club was charted on April 22, 1948***

Lions Club Logo

Lions Club Logo


The Lions’ programs include:

  • The Lions Club is dedicated to the common cause of service to others.

  • Since it was formed, the Lions opened Crabapple Park in 1956 and then Crabapple Pool in 1961.

  • In 2008, a donation was made to the Sewickley Area Library Trust.

  • The Lions also support the youth in the area by promoting athletics and are responsible for sending students to the annual district youth seminar/talent show.

  • The Lions Club sells brooms and collects used eyeglasses at local businesses.

  • We are always looking for new members that are community oriented and looking to make a difference.

  • For more information about the Lions, please visit the website at: www.lionsclubs.org