Noble Environmental Announces $100,000 in Green Gifts to Celebrate Earth Day – Town Park to Receive Funds

APRIL 5, 2021, BELLE VERNON — In celebration of Earth Day, Noble Environmental is proud to announce it has awarded $100,000 in Green Gifts to several organizations in Western Pa who are taking steps to achieve sustainability in one of the following categories: human, social, economic and environmental. Noble Environmental is an environmental services company providing innovative technologies and practices to solid waste management, transforming waste to renewable gas that powers vehicles in partnership with Westmoreland Sanitary Landfill and County Hauling.

“We thought it was extremely important to support projects in our community that are focused on sustainability and led by organizations who value innovation the same way we do,” said Alex Sulkowski, co-founder of Noble Environmental.

“At Noble, we want to be an example of excellent corporate citizenship. Congratulations to all the winners, we can’t wait to see the outcomes of your projects,” said Rich Walton, co-founder of Noble Environmental.

Canonsburg Municipal Swimming Pool Dive Stand Replacement: This safety upgrade will address the continued need of providing recreational options to the community. To continue providing this amenity, the dive structures must be replaced in their entirety. $10,800

To read the article in it’s entirety and see the other winning organizations, please CLICK HERE.

2021 Town Park Pavilion Reservations

We have begun to take reservations for the Canonsburg Town Park Pavilions.
Please call 724-745-1800, ext. 0 or 7 or email to check availability.

This year, not only do we have our original two pavilions (Main and Yoney) to rent, we also have the brand
new V.F.W 191 Pavilion that is located near the Woodland Road park entrance.

The price of the pavilions are $150, we do require a $75 deposit with each reservation,
this $75 check will be mailed back to you as long as there is no damage to the pavilion.

Canonsburg Police Online Complaint Form

The Canonsburg Police Department introduces its new on-line complaint system for non-emergency police concerns. By clicking on the link you can now file a report that will be reviewed and if appropriate, assigned to an officer for investigation within 48 hours. This is not intended to replace 911. All emergencies should be directed to 911 for an immediate police dispatch.

Please click here for online complaint form

Home Rehabilitation Loans

Home Rehabilitation Program

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development has made Community Development Block Grant and HOME Investment Partnership Program assistance available to Washington County for projects and activities which principally benefit low and moderate income persons. In addition, the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED) has made funds available to Washington County for projects that provide affordable housing.

Consistent with the objectives of the Federal Community Development Block Grant Program and HOME Investment Partnership Program, the County Commissioners have established a program of housing rehabilitation loans designed to assist low and moderate income homeowners in making needed repairs and improvements to their properties.

The home rehabilitation loan may be used to correct present, or soon to be present, housing problems, and for energy conservation improvements. In general, most repairs are eligible except for unnecessary luxuries or strictly cosmetic repairs. All properties funded will, at a minimum, meet International Property Maintenance Code (ICC) Standards upon completion. The loan may not be used to refinance existing debt.

Contact RACW’s Home Improvement Department at 724-228-6875.

Basic Eligibility Requirements:

Low and moderate income homeowners who own and occupy a residence in Washington County are eligible to receive assistance under this Program when funding is available and the following criteria are met:

Income eligibility – annual income must not exceed 80% of the Median Family income for the Pittsburgh MSA as determined by HUD and adjusted based on household size.

Note: *Income limits may change periodically.

Family of 1 – $44,750

Family of 2 – $51,150

Family of 3 – $57,550

Family of 4 – $63,900

Family of 5 – $69,050

Family of 6 – $74,150

*Property taxes are current
*No municipal, state, or federal liens
*Home has a value, after rehabilitation, that does not exceed $152,000
*Not in foreclosure or bankruptcy
*Other eligibility criteria must be met for participation. This includes requirements not listed above but included in the Guidelines.

What to expect:

Once we receive your pre-application, we will send you a letter stating that we have received your pre-application and that it has been placed on a waiting list. When funding becomes available, we will contact you to begin processing your application.

Home Rehabilitation Program Documents

Home Rehabilitation Program Pre-Application (PDF)

Home Rehabilitation Program Guidelines (PDF)

Canonsburg Solicitation Policy

To All Canonsburg Residents:

It has come to our attention that there have been groups going door to door in Canonsburg either passing out information or attempting to sell goods or services.
If someone come to your door, PLEASE ask to see their Canonsburg Solicitation Permit, those who have gone through the permitting process will have a signed permit that they can provide to you. When these groups come to Canonsburg, we have them complete a background check and we take a copy of their driver’s license to make it as safe as possible for our residents, if they do not have that permit, they did not go through the proper steps.

If someone comes to your door and cannot provide a valid permit, call 9-1-1 and PLEASE never let anyone you do not know into your home – whether they have a Canonsburg solicitation permit or not.