The Northern Regional Police Department will be co-hosting “Drive Without Distractions…Live Without Regrets”.  This will be an hour long question and answer session with Founder, Michelle Johnson and staff from the Northern Regional Police Department.  Please see Facebook link provided to see Locations near you.


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Please take note of the Marshall Township Code of Ordinances in reference to winter weather and snow conditions.

Section 168-14 states: Every person in charge or control of any building or lot of land fronting or abutting on a paved sidewalk, whether as owner, tenant, occupant, lessee or otherwise, shall remove and clear away or cause to be removed or cleared away snow and/or ice from so much of said sidewalk as is in front of or abuts on said building or lot of land. Such work shall be completed within a reasonable time but not later than 12 hours after the cessation of any fall of snow, sleet or freezing rain.

Section 168-16 states: Depositing snow and ice restricted. No Person shall deposit or cause to be deposited any snow or ice on or immediately next to a fire hydrant or on any sidewalk, roadway, or loading and unloading areas of a public transportation system, except that snow and ice may be mounded by the Township on public cartways incident to the cleaning thereof.

Also, please note that parking is prohibited upon any Township road or street between the hours of 2:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. However, if the weather forecast calls for a winter weather event, please refrain from parking vehicles along roadways during the allowable hours to facilitate snow removal by Township Public Works.

Your cooperation in these matters is greatly appreciated.


For any questions regarding your Marshall Township 2017 Property/School Taxes, please contact Tax Collector Charles Carey at 724-772-2470 or by email at:

Keystone Collections Group Taxpayer Helpline


At its November 20 public meeting, the Marshall Township Board of Supervisors voiced its support for future trails and sidewalks when it adopted the Pedestrian Network Master Plan and the Commodore Perry Regional Trail Plan.  The purpose of the Master Plan is to provide a comprehensive pedestrian network that will link Marshall Township’s parks, natural areas, neighborhoods, business districts, schools, and adjacent municipalities.

The  Commodore Perry Regional Trail is a collaborative plan between Bradford Woods Borough, Adams, Cranberry, Jackson, Marshall, and Pine Townships that involves creating new segments to link portions of existing trails including the North Country Trail and the Rachel Carson Trail.  The goal is to eventually form a bicycle and pedestrian network traversing multiple jurisdictions and linking recreational amenities.

The hope is to supplement future Marshall Twp. trail and sidewalk construction with grant funding.

Please click here for the Official Pedestrian Master Plan

Please click here for the Commodore Perry Regional Trail


MTMSA Manhole Maintenance

*Please do not cover or obstruct access to MTMSA manholes.  Property owners are responsible for all costs associated with uncovering manholes.*

For additional information, click here