Leet Township Website

Emergency Numbers – 911
24 Hour Non-Emergency – (724) 266-6142
Non-Emergency Fire – (724) 266-6133

History
Leet Township grew out of the original Sewickley Township. Leet became its own entity in 1869 and would later see Edgeworth, part of Sewickley Heights and Leetsdale formed out of its boundaries. Leet is perhaps most famous for being the site of D.T. Watson Rehabilitation Hospital, where Dr. Jonas Salk first used his revolutionary polio vaccine.

Address and Contact Information
198 Ambridge Ave., Fair Oaks, PA 15003
(724) 266-2280

Government

Leet Township Commissioners
Gary L. Bradel,President
John Stephansky, Vice President
Susan Barness
Jim Janaszek
Jeff Besong

Leet Township Board of Commissioner’s Meetings are held on the second Monday each month at 7 p.m. at Leet Township Municipal Complex, 198 Ambridge Ave., Fair Oaks, PA 15003. All meetings are open to the public.

Municipal Building: Wayne Hyjek-Manager: 724-266-2280 ext.1
whyjekleet@verizon.net

Betsy Rengers- Assistant Manager:
724-266-2280 ext.2
betsyrengers@verizon.net

Police Department: (non emergency):
Chief Wanto: 724-266-6141

Fair Oaks Fire Department
(non emergency) Chief Mark Brooks:
724-266-6133

Public Works Department: Rick Watach-Foreman: 724-266-8072
rwatach@verizon.net

Township and School Tax Collection-Cindy Wanto-Real Estate Tax Collector-
724-266-2280 ext 3
*Please click on Tax Collection at the top of the page for hours.

Leet Township Municipal Authority (Sewer)-Elaine Macurak- Assistant Secretary-
724-266-8516

GARBAGE/RECYCLING
Every Thursday morning

PARKS AND RECREATION
Walker Park, Little Sewickley Creek Road
Plum Street Park, Ambridge Avenue

POINTS OF INTEREST 
D.T. Watson Rehabilitation Hospital (now HealthSouth and the home of the Watson Institute)

Read more about Leet on Wikipedia

Updated 7/6/16