Rostraver Township Road Department
Rostraver Township consists of approximately 90 miles of Township roads. The Road Supervisor, Thomas Godzak, oversees one mechanic, Thomas A. Budd, Jr. and eleven road crew workers. All of the road crew workers are required to have a CDL license. The road crew is responsible for maintaining our Township roads and right-of-ways, mowing the right-of-ways, patching and repairing roads, winter maintenance, cleanout out catch basins, pull ditches, sign rehabilitation, and cutting down over hanging trees. The road crew workers are available during all storms. The road crew consist of Bruce E. Buck, Larry Callaway, Jr., Dan DeLeonibus, Jeffrey W. Indof, Gerald K. Manown, John W. Munshower, Brady Mutich, Edward C. Pearce, Mark S. Stofcik, William A. Stimmell, and Brian Zimmaro.
The Rostraver Township Road Department building contains 12 trucks, two pick-ups, one boom mower, one side mower, one paver, one backhoe, one hi-lift, two rollers, a Ford Tractor with a broom, one wood chipper, one leaf machine, one grader, one tar buggy, and one bucket truck. The bucket truck is used for trimming leaves and changing lights. The leaf machine is used to pick up leaves for our residents in the fall once all leaves are off the trees. The chipper is used for trimming trees in the fall and winter. It is also used to clean up fallen trees and branches due to a storm. The Department is equipped with a hoist used to maintain all Township vehicles.
The salt shed on Recreation Drive can hold 800 tons of material for cleaning snow covered Township roads. A storage building on Concord Lane is used to store seasonal equipment. Rat bait is available from the Rostraver Township Road Department during their hours of operation. The Road Department's hours of operation are 7:00 A.M. to 3:30 P.M. Monday through Friday. The Road Department can be reached at 724-929-7224 for any Township road matters. All state road matters, please call Penn DOT at 724-832-5387.
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