Welcome to Darlington Township's Web site. Darlington Township is a
Second Class Township, with a population of 1,962 (2010 Census). We
are in the Blackhawk School District and located in the northwestern
corner of Beaver County. Darlington Township has an area of 22.1 square
miles and has 30.5 miles of Township roads. Darlington Township is
minutes from Interstate 376 and approximately 45 minutes from Pittsburgh
and 25 minutes from Pittsburgh International Airport.
Our township building has a banquet facility that is available to Darlington Township
residents only. It’s great now that our walking trail, playground and picnic area are completed. The room comfortably accommodates 50 to 60 people. There is also a full-service kitchen for your convenience. For more information click Nature Park & Rentals.
This website is provided for the convenience of our residents and visitors and intended to provide basic information about our township.
FOR ALL DARLINGTON BOROUGH CHURCHES, PROPERTY, BUSINESS OWNERS & TOWNSHIP PROPERTY OWNERS ALONG WALLACE RUN ROAD, OLD DARLINGTON ROAD, & DARLINGTON ROAD (AND SIDE STREETS) TO CANNELTON
When: Tuesday, October 27th
Time: 6 p.m.
Where: Darlington Township Municipal Office on the Fire Dept. side, at 3590 Darlington Road, Darlington Twp.
Why: Darlington Township is proposing to bring water from the Beaver Falls Water Authority to the Industrial Park in Cannelton.
The proposal states the water lines will run from 37th St. Ext. Ball Fields, past Marathon Gas Station (formerly Jack’s), down Old Darlington Road into Darlington Borough, down Darlington Road to Cannelton. This plan would include making it “mandatory” for ALL Darlington Borough property owners, Churches & businesses to tap in, including Township property owners along the line to Cannelton. Beaver Falls Water Authority would waive the tap-in fee, but the lateral connection would have to be paid for by each property owner.
Please plan to attend this important meeting to learn the facts, ask questions, check out the plans and the cost.
Attending will be the Beaver Falls Water Authority, Engineers for the project, the Borough Engineer, the Borough Solicitor, Borough Council, Township Supervisors & Manager, also information on help for connection fees for low income from Beaver County Community Development, USDA loans & grants, etc.
This project would involve every property owner in Darlington Borough. This is your time to ask questions to the planners of this project. Darlington Borough Council is in need of feedback from the Churches, property owners & businesses.
Please plan to attend!!!!
Tues. Oct. 27th at 6 p.m.
at Darlington Township Fire Dept.
The Chippewa market will be held in the parking lot of the Chippewa United Methodist Church at the corner of Darlington Road and Shenango Road. The market will open on Tuesdays from 3:30 to 6:30 PM beginning May 1st, 2018 and end on November 13th, 2018
Hello My name is Mark Krovisky and I am a recruiter for the 2020 Census Bureau. with the current situation we are unable to go out and recruit for census taker positions. I was wondering if you would be willing to put something on your website letting the community know that the 2020 Census Bureau is currently hiring temporary positions for census takers with a pay rate of $18.50/Hr. starting in mid May. Please apply online at www.2020census.gov/jobs
Water Available To Contractors:
Darlington Township owns and operates a non-potable water system in the A.I.D. Industrial Park located on Cannelton Rd. While the primary use of this system is for fire suppression at the businesses in the park, the Township does sell water to contractors for use on projects around the area. The cost of the water is $6.00 per 1000 gallons of water. Contractors are asked to supply their own water meter, which must be checked before and after water is used, by the Road master. For more information contact the Township Office or the Road Department.
BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION NOTES:
Just a friendly reminder, the Uniform Construction Code applies to the construction, alternation, repair, movement, equipment removal, demolition, location, maintenance, occupancy or change of every building or structure . Building applications can be obtained at the township municipal office. The township building inspector is Clyde Volk with the Middle Department Agency. He can be reached between the hours of 8:00 A.M and 9:00 A.M. Monday through Friday @ 800-662-6342.
Sewage Permits are needed for any new construction, repair or malfunctioning system or for a system that has been out of service for more than one year. Applications can be obtained at the township office.