Washington Township

Welcome To Washington Township

Calendar and Notices

Tar & Chip Road Work Dates

Annual seal coating, also referred to as tar & chipping, of about 13.65 miles of Washington Township Roads (see list below) is tentatively scheduled to begin on July 22nd.  Work can usually be completed in 3-4 days.  The bid is approximately $305,000 and will come from annual State liquid fuels tax allotment. 

Seal Coating is done systematically, clockwise fashion around the township, on a 5 year cycle.  This systematic process is very efficient and cost effective.

Little/Old Oliver

Rice Road

Beason Rd.

Water Street Ext


Old Plank

Kline Road

Perry Lane

Capp Rd.

Gibson Hill

Church Rd.

Arneman Rd.

Kinter Hill



Notice of upcoming Washington Township Council Vacancy
Councilman Steve Renick submitted his resignation from Council, Effective after the July 2nd Council meeting. After serving on Council for almost 5 years, Councilman Renick and his wife have sold their Washington Township home and are moving to the Pleasantville area in Venago County.
As a result, those interested in serving on Washington Township Council should submit a statement of interest to the Township, including full name, residential address, email address and phone number.


This survey is part of a joint municipal project between the Borough of Edinboro and Washington Township to develop a comprehensive parks and recreation plan for the Edinboro area. This brief survey asks you to provide your opinions on current parks and recreation amenities, sites, and facilities, while also asking you to indicate what parks and recreation improvements and investments you’d like to see implemented in the future. Washington Township highly encourages you to take this survey and to share it with anyone you know who has a vested interest in the Edinboro community, including anyone who lives in, works in, goes to school at, or visits the greater Edinboro area.

Link to the online survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/WashEdCRPOS

Link to the survey in PDF form to print out and fill in by hand: Questionaire.pdf

(paper copies can be turned in at our municipal office)

The C.E.C. Wildland Fire Crew training previously scheduled for Saturday April 13th has been postponed due to wet weather.  When rescheduled, Wildland fire training will occur in areas around Engine House 39, 1000 Washington Drive, about 100 yards west of Edinboro Road (Route 99).  If they are able to conduct brush/grass fire training, it will produce smoke & flames.  There will also be tree and limb cutting training and other training.




Eagle Scout Project

Ethan Snyder, currently a Life Ranked Boy Scout with McKean Troop 73, is completing work on his Eagle project in the northern end of Edinboro Lake.







Eagle Scout Project

Ryan Dedrick, currently a Life Ranked Boy Scout with McKean Troop 73, is working on his Eagle project near the entrance to Veterans Park, (the first of the three contiguous parks).   The Parks Information Center, shown here under construction, will have a map with trail markings and amenities shown.  There will be a spot to post flyers, the bottom tray is a lost and found bin.

Explore Our Great Parks

One of Washing Township’s greatest resources is its natural resources.  We have amazing parks around Edinboro Lake and the rural township for residents and visitors to explore.  Take a virtual tour of our parks below.

Wainer Park

Grand open space, 3 pavilions, basketball &  volleyball courts.  Home to youth soccer.  Two walking trails, one around the inside edge of the tree line, one just inside the wooded perimeter.

Inspiration Park

62 acres of scenic vistas.  Walking trails, picnic pavilions, sled riding, cross country skiing, sled dogs practicing.

Peninsula Park

Located at the northern end of Edinboro Lake.  Two picnic pavilions, playground, fishing, kayak launch, basketball hoop.

Veterans Park

Serene setting honoring all who have served in the armed forces.


A favorite for the whole family, launch from Peninsula Park


Throughout the year Washing Township boasts activities from summer fun on Edinboro Lake to winter trails for exploring.  Below are amazing family-friendly activities and events.

Kayaking Washington Township


Kayak Racks are now available to rent, $40 for Township residents, $50 non-residents for the entire season. 

Fat Tire Race Washington Township

Fat Tire Race

Join the fun at our Fat Tire races

Groomed Trails Washington Township

Groomed Trails at Wainer Park

The Edinboro area is known as the “land of the living snowflake” and in keeping with the spirit of wintertime activities Washington Township is proud to announce that it has some awesome cross country skiing to offer those that enjoy this activity.