West Penn Power Planned Interruption – 2/13/17

On February 13, 2017 there will be a planned power outage to upgrade facilities. The outage will affect customers in the vicinity of Fayette St and W Chestnut St in Washington, PA. from approximately 8:00 am to 8:30 am. In the event of inclement weather, the planned outage will be rescheduled for February 15, 2017. The 19 locations that will be affected by this outage are listed below: Service Address 675 W CHESTNUT ST WASHINGTON PA 549 W CHESTNUT ST WASHINGTON PA 548 FAYETTE ST WASHINGTON PA 555 1/2 W CHESTNUT ST WASHINGTON PA 50 CANTON AVE WASHINGTON PA 553 W CHESTNUT ST WASHINGTON PA 520 1/2 FAYETTE ST WASHINGTON PA 565 W CHESTNUT ST WASHINGTON PA 45 CANTON AVE WASHINGTON PA 680 1/2 FAYETTE ST WASHINGTON PA 55 CANTON AVE WASHINGTON PA 616 1/2 FAYETTE ST WASHINGTON ... More Information

Freedom Transit Open House – February 13th, 2007

Freedom Transit Open House will provide interested members of the community with information about the proposed changes, and to receive public feedback on the proposed changes. ... More Information

City of Washington Combined Pension Fund-Request for Proposal

The City of Washington Combined Pension Fund Request for Proposal for Professional Services Middle-Market Private Debt Fund Management Responses due by 2 pm ET, Thursday, October 27, 2016 The City of Washington is soliciting proposals from qualified investment companies to manage approximately $2.5 million in a middle-market private debt fund (awarded to 1 manager). The City is not seeking credit hedge funds, fund of funds, infrastructure funds, real assets funds, or Act ’40 mutual funds. In conjunction with this RFP, the City has engaged the investment consulting services of Morrison Fiduciary Advisors, Inc. to assist in the evaluation process. Morrison is a fee-only, institutional investment consulting firm with no affiliation with any money manager or broker dealer, ... More Information

Downtown Washington Clean Up

The City of Washington used the first week of spring to remove blight and clean up streets. In January the city contracted with ARC Human Services to supplement city efforts to clean up abandoned property and eliminate blight. Yesterday, workers from ARC worked on Shaeffer Avenue in downtown Washington clearing sidewalks of weeds and debris. City officials have vowed to work more diligently to clear blight which has been a problem in the city for quite a few years. ... More Information

Street Cleaning Schedule

Street Cleaning will occur between the months of March and December. No Street Sweeping shall be done while Winter maintenance operations are in progress. Street Sweeping is to be done by ward on a once-a-month basis and on an even/odd schedule. Exception being the Washington Business District which shall be both sides of the street (even and odd). Even Months Shall Be: (Even-numbered side of street) March May July September November Odd Months Shall Be: (Odd-numbered side of street) April June August October December Washington Business District = 1st and 3rd Monday of each month 3rd and 5th Wards = 2nd Wednesday of each month Schedule By Ward Is As Follows: 6th Ward = 2nd Monday of each month 7th Ward = 2nd Tuesday of each ... More Information

ARMs Club makes donation to City of Washington Fire Department

City of Washington Councilwoman Tracie Graham accepts a $500.00 donation to the Washington City Fire Department on behalf of the ARMs Club. Accepting the $500.00 Award Check for the City of Washington Fire Department is Councilwoman Tracie Graham-- (from Left to Right) are: Fire Fighter Dustin Danley, Fire Chief Linn Brookman, Councilwoman Tracie Graham, ARMs Club President Rich Cleveland, ARMs Club Vice President Frank Bockstoce, and ARMs Club Director Debbie Wagers. ... More Information

ARMs Club makes donation to Washington City Police Department

City of Washington Mayor Brenda Davis accepts a $500.00 donation to the Washington City Police Department on behalf of the ARMs Club. Pictured from left to right is:  Police Chief Chris Luppino, Mayor Brenda Davis, ARMs Club President Rich Cleveland, ARMs Club Vice President Frank Bockstoce, and ARMs Club Director Debbie Wagers. ... More Information

CommUNITY Newsletter January 2015

Here is the January 2015 Newsletter for CommUNITY. January 2015 Newsletter CommUNITY in WashPA is a forum for the greater Washington Community. It’s roots are with a group of concerned citizens and civic leaders who gathered to organize the first March Against Violence in the fall of 2012. This group continues to plan events in order to promote a more peaceful and unified Washington. Monthly meetings are typically held on the first Tuesday of each month at 9 am in the Student Gov’t Chambers on W&J’s Campus, and are open to anyone. Regular contributors to the group include representatives from: W&J, the DA’s Office for Crime Victims, Domestic Violence Services of SWPA, SPHS, STTARRS program, Washington Drug & Alcohol Commission, Highland Ridge CDC, Washington Church ... More Information

New Parklette in City of Washington

The Wash Arts will transform a vacant lot behind the George Washington Hotel in a Parklette.  The project was enabled through a grant from the Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation.  Check out the details from Mike Jones, staff writer, at the Observer Reporter. Vacant Lot transformed into a Parklette.   ... More Information

Wash Arts receives grant from Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation

The Washington Community Arts and Cultural Center, known as Wash Arts, has just received a grant in the amount of $175,000 to partner with the Office of the Mayor of Washington, PA for an initiative to restore and beautify public spaces throughout the city.  The project will include the development of a Parklete in downtown Washington that is slated for completion in July 2015.  It will include metal sculptures, public seating, and other enhancements for our residents, families, friends and colleagues. Read More of the Details in the Wash Arts Grant Press Release     ... More Information