Perry Township is located in Southeastern Lawrence County, Pennsylvania approximately 40 miles north of Pittsburgh. The township consists of 18.5 square miles of rural and urban settings with the majority of the township being scenic rolling hills that exhibit a diverse community of residential properties co-mingled with farmland. Perry Township borders scenic Slippery Rock Creek, which is the location of historic McConnell’s Mills State Park.
Home to 1,938 residents, Perry Township was established in 1796, which was one of the original 13 Townships of Lawrence County. The Township is home to one church, the Mountville Presbyterian. There are two active cemeteries located in the Township, Pleasant Hill Cemetery and the Mountville Cemetery. A third cemetery is the Camp Run Reformed Presbyterian Cemetery which is a non-active cemetery dating back to the early 1800’s. A fourth cemetery is located on the former “Pyle” property, which is a non-active, private family cemetery.
Residents enjoy the convenience of being 10 minutes from Interstate 79, which provides a quick access to Cranberry Township, Grove City Outlets, and Pittsburgh. Locally, residents have the benefit of activities for those interested in fishing, kayaking, and visiting McConnell’s Mills and Moraine State Parks.
Address: Perry Township, 284 Reno Road, Portersville, PA 16051
Office Phone: 724-368-8230
Office Fax: 724-368-0111
Township Email: email@example.com
Board of Supervisors:
John Zias, Chairman
Timothy Boots, Vice-Chairman
Monday through Thursday 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Meeting Schedule: The Board of Supervisors meets the Second Thursday of each month at 4:00 p.m. at the Municipal Building