LST Tax Increase to $52.00 on 1-1-2019

Posted on December 26, 2018

The Local Services Tax (LST Tax) of $10.00 will increase to $52.00 for each employee working at a business located in West Mead Township, effective January 1, 2019.  In previous years, this tax was known as the Occupational Tax and the entire amount of $10.00 was normally withheld from each employees paycheck at one time,...

Leaf Collection Season Is Over for 2018!

Posted on December 20, 2018

Leaf Collection Season is over for 2018. The Vacuum Truck is done collecting leaves for the year.  You can still bag your leaves for pickup by the Road Department. Please call the Township building at 814-336-1271 or email at to let us know you have bagged leaves to be picked up.  

Tamarack Lake Update

Posted on November 12, 2018

Updates on the Tamarack Lake Dam Reconstruction Project will be available here whenever there is news to report from the PA Fish and Boat Commission. Update as of November 12, 2018 on Tamarack Lake is that the PA Fish and Boat Commission received the permits for construction from the DEP Division of Dam Safety on...

Lock Your Doors and Cars

Posted on November 5, 2018

Reminder from the West Mead Township Police Department to lock your doors and cars as there have been recent reports of thefts in the area.  If you see anything suspicious or have any tips, please contact 911 County Control by calling 9-1-1 to provide this information to the Police.

Traffic Advisory

Posted on August 31, 2018

Traffic Advisory: EAST COAST PAVING HAS MILLED LAMONT HILL located between Liberty Street and Williamson Road.  After the Labor Day holiday, they will be paving the same portion of roadway. Please use alternate routes of travel during times of road construction as this road will be closed during some of the time.  There will be...

PennDOT US 6 Arterial Bypass Study 2018

Posted on July 16, 2018

PennDOT has held a few public meetings for the Route 6 Asset Management & Corridor Improvement Study covering the French Creek Parkway, located within the City of Meadville and West Mead Township.  They obtained feedback from residents, commuters, local business owners and others regarding the future of the four lane divided highway.  The final report...

Recycling Bins Have Been Removed

Posted on February 13, 2018

The Crawford County Solid Waste Authority has removed of all Recycling Bins located at the West Mead Township Building as well as all other sites located in Crawford County.  As of December 27, 2017, there are no more recycling bins for county residents to use at no cost.  Garbage companies including Tri-County Industries, Braun's Refuse,...

Route 322 Cochranton Road Property For Sale Updated 2017

Posted on August 11, 2017

The West Mead Township Board of Supervisors at the July 12, 2016 meeting and again at their August  8, 2017 meeting, authorized the sale of vacant property currently owned by the Township located along the east side of Route 322-Cochranton Road and behind Green Mountain Park and Liberty Street and may be sold to the...

Open Seats on Boards or Commissions

Posted on May 1, 2017

We currently do not have any openings on our numerous Boards and Commissions.  We do maintain a listing of interested persons so when an opening does occur, we may attempt to fill the vacancy as soon as possible.  If interested, please send a letter of interest or resume to West Mead Township, 1150 Morgan Village...

Burning Ordinance Updated 9-13-2016

Posted on September 14, 2016

The updated Burning Ordinance document can be seen here.  The original Burning Ordinance has been in place since 2001 and was updated to include some restrictions on leaf burning earlier in 2016.  The Board of Supervisors considered adoption of the updated Burning Ordinance on Tuesday, September 13, 2016 during the Supervisors Regular Monthly Meeting and...

Oakwood Park Blog

Posted on July 8, 2016

Check out the historical background of Oakwood Park (now called Oakgrove Park) that was recently posted here on the Crawford County PA History Blogspot.  You can also locate this and many other fascinating blogs from Ron Mattocks on facebook or on their website at the Crawford County Historical Society.        
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