Leaf Collection Program
Beginning in the month of Oct. and ending in November, the Township will offer a free leaf pickup program. During this time, homeowners may dispose of leaves in biodegradable paper yard waste bags. No plastic bags will be collected. There is a 60 pound maximum per bag. (Don’t forget that wet leaves add to the weight of the bag.) Bagged leaves should be put at the edge of the right of way.
Residents are encouraged to use other environmentally friendly ways of disposing of leaves. Place leaves in and around plant beds and under trees and shrubs to provide nutrients for the soil and insulation for rose bushes and other fickle plants, or use a mulching lawn mower to return those nutrients back to your lawn.
Residents may also dispose of leaves by taking them to the Mountain Top Council of Government (COG) yard waste facility in the industrial park. The COG is open Wednesday 10am-2pm and Sat. 10am-4pm. There is a $10 annual permit fee to dispose of leaves and yard waste at this facility. Permits may be purchased at the facility or in the township office.
A reminder that the burning of leaves is not permitted within Township limits.
Leaf collection dates are subject to change because of inclement weather, equipment, or high leaf volume. Residents should plan ahead and put leaves out early to help ensure collection.
Please look out for an announcement in the Spring, depending on equipment, the leaf collection in the Spring may either be bag pickup or curbside pick up.
Voting District Changes
Wright Township polling place locations have changed since the May 15th General Primary and will be effective for the November 6th General Election. Wright Township is now separated into 4 wards. Wright Township’s districts 1 and 2 will both vote at the Wright Township Fire/EMT, 477 S. Main Road, Mountain Top. Wright Township’s districts 3 and 4 will both vote at the Mountain Top Family Church, 209 S. Mountain Boulevard, Mountain Top. Click on the link to find your polling place.
PennDOT wants your feedback.
Click on the link below to complete the PennDot survey where you can list concerns, compliments, complaints and suggestions for improvements. Expires on Oct. 22.
Beat the Heat!
Wright Township’s Splash Pad is up and running from 9am until 8pm, 7 days a week.
Press red button gently to restart. May be a slight delay between pressing button and the water flowing through pipes to splash pad. No need to touch timing equipment.