McKean Township Erie County Pennsylvania
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THE 2020 CENSUS IS HERE! Have you participated yet?

By now everyone should have received an invitation in the mail to participate in the 2020 Census. It is critical that everyone in McKean Township is counted. The count..............

  • Determines how federal and state money will be distributed.
  • Influences Pennsylvania's Political Power in Washington.
  • The Census Bureau is bound by law to keep information collected in the census confidential!

Visit or to learn more about the census and how the U.S. Census Bureau protects your information.

McKean Township Supervisors Brian Cooper and Ron Bole are offering to assist McKean residents who are shut-in and have no one to get their groceries or medications due to the recent shut down of many services. If you are in need of grocery pickup, medication pickup, or assistance with other needs, please feel free to contact either McKean Township between the hours of 8:00 am and 3:00 pm at 814-476-7414, Brian Cooper 814-476-1919, or Ron Bole at 814-434-2734, and they will try to accommodate your needs.


Effective March 17, 2020, McKean Township Offices will be closed to the public until further notice, in an effort to follow the recommendations by the CDC and the Pennsylvania State Association of Township Officials regarding COVID 19.

No services will change other than counter service.  Payments can be mailed to P.O. Box 62, McKean, PA 16426, they can also be placed in the drop slot at the right of the entrance to the vestibule or paid online on our website

We will be answering phone calls, emails, and will handle road concerns if needed.  If you have a road issue or other concerns, please call the office at 814-476-7414, Brian Cooper at 814-476-1919, Jan Dennis 814-440-4771, or Ron Bole at 814- 434-2734.

Dog licenses can be purchased online at from the Erie County Courthouse.

Thank you for your patience and understanding during this time.


How can we protect ourselves?

  • Practice social distancing, such as no longer shaking hands, limiting meetings, and staying six feet apart. Consider rescheduling non-essential community events. Limit visitors by providing services online and on the phone, allow bills to be paid at a drop box or behind a window, or provide other means to do business with the township.
  • Practice good hygiene by covering coughs and sneezes, washing hands thoroughly, and requiring employees to stay home if they are sick.
  • Encourage residents to have basic supplies on hand in case they become sick or need to be quarantined, such as a two-week supply of food and medicines.
  • Clean frequently touched surfaces daily, ensure that bathrooms have adequate soap and drying materials, and make hand sanitizer available throughout your facilities.

Where do we find accurate and up-to-date information for our community?

Township officials should be aware that the Pennsylvania Secretary of Health and the Governor continue to carefully monitor this situation and issue frequent updates as the situation develops. Different steps may be needed in communities based on the level of outbreak, and you should remain in contact with your local and county emergency management coordinators.
The General Assembly will return to session next week but will do so while limiting physical access to elected officials, staff, and the media and continuing to livestream its sessions and meetings.
Here are a few links to additional resources for you:

As always, PSATS will continue to provide uninterrupted services and offer alternatives to face-to-face services, such as webinars and virtual meetings. We look forward to continuing to work with you and be your source for reliable and accurate information.

Dave Sanko
Executive Director

Pavilion Rentals


McKean Township is now taking the reservations for the McKean Community Park Picnic Pavilions.  Please call during normal business hours, 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m., Monday through Friday to reserve your pavilion today. 814-476-7414  



Do you have your blue reflective house number sign?  Offered free at the McKean Township Municipal Building....we are open Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.  This helps the local EMS and firefighters find your house in the event of an emergency....stop in and pick yours up TODAY

We  Accept Sewer Payments ONLINE!


McKean Township is now collecting sewer payments online.  Pay anytime day or night.  Click on the button below and follow the directions on the secure site.


This is for McKean Township customers only.  Please make sure that you are not a McKean Borough Customer.  McKean Borough bills COME FROM Middleboro Authority.


Business  Hours

Monday thru Friday

8:00 AM to 3:00 PM


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