Kiskiminetas Township
Armstrong County, Pennsylvania
1222A Old State Road
Apollo, PA  15613
Phone:  724-478-2737
Fax: 724-478-5677
[email protected]
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Kiskiminetas Township
Municipal Building

Phone Numbers
Administration/Secretary:  724-478-2737
Fax:  724-478-5677
Email:  [email protected]

Emergency - Dial:  911
Police Department:  724-478-3357
Fire Department:  724-478-4210
Maintenance Shed:  724-478-2747

Road Department and Maintenance Shed are located at  930 Brownstown Road
Our Offices Are Closed to the Public
Due to concerns about the 2019-novel coronavirus (COVID-19), our offices will be closed to the public until further notice.  The staff will be in the office. If you have any questions please call the office number 724-478-2737.

Friday, May 8 – 7AM TO 6PM
Saturday, May 9 - 7AM TO Noon

Restrictions Apply.

Hard to Recycle Items
Galleria Mall
Saturday, May 9
from 9am to 1pm
Our Spring Cleanup will not be accepting hard to recycle items.
Our Offices Are Closed to the Public.  The staff will be in the office.  If you have any questions, call the office at 724-478-2737.
1222A Old State Road
Apollo, PA  15613

Office Hours: Monday-Thursday 8:00-4:00
                                Fridays by appointment

Board of Supervisor Meetings:
Agenda Meeting First Wednesdays @ 6:00
Regular Meeting Second Wednesdays @ 6:00
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Located at the southern tip of Armstrong County, Kiskiminetas Township borders Westmoreland and Indiana Counties in Southwest Pennsylvania.
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School District
All K-12 classrooms are located on one campus in the Spring Church area of our township.
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The Kiskiminetas River forms of our southern border.  Thanks to the decades of hard work by the Roaring Run Water Shed Association, there are many miles of scenic trails for walking, hiking, running, biking, and mountain biking.  A boat ramp provides access to the river for canoeing, kayaking, row boating, and fishing.