Attention ALL Leet Township Residents: Please be sure to name Fair Oaks Fire Department on your Homeowners Insurance even if you have a 15143 zip code. Thanks!

Leet Township Police Department  Launches Reverse 911 System 

This system will enable the Police Department, Township, and Emergency Management Coordinator to notify residents either by phone, text, or email, or all three, of emergencies, road closings, weather events, etc…The system is also neighborhood specific; let’s say that certain neighborhoods are experiencing car break-ins, the system will allow us to notify residents in those areas to be aware of the issues. The Township also can notify residents of important events, situations, or information and emergency management responses. So please, help us out and take part by giving your information to the Police Officers. If you don’t want to give your information to the Officers, there are several other options you may use: you may call Betsy at the Township Office, 724-266-2280 option 2, and give her your numbers; you can go to and click on the Swift911 option under “Township Services”  to sign up; and/or if you have a smart phone, you may download the Swift911 APP and sign up there. This system has already been very beneficial to the residents and the Police Department and makes our job easier. Thanks in advance for your cooperation. Sincerely, Chief Wanto


Quaker Valley High School Update

On Tuesday, May 30, 2017, the Quaker Valley School Board voted to enter into a sales agreement with Three Rivers Trust to purchase a parcel of land located in Leet Township and Edgeworth and Leetsdale Boroughs, at a price not to exceed $7.5 million.

A final price for the land will be determined based on the net acreage of buildable land and following a period of due diligence by the District.

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