Dunbar Township
Established 1798

128 Township Drive
Dunbar, PA  15431
724-628-1440
Fax - 724-628-3982 
Office Hours - Monday - Friday 6 am - 2 pm
Email Address:  [email protected] 

Board of Supervisors

Ronald Keller, Chairman
John Tabaj, Vice-Chairman
Keith Fordyce, Treasurer 
​Luanne Dye, Secretary
      Township Officials

    Code Enforcement Officer
    Jay Stutler
    Solicitor 
    Watson Mundorff Brooks &        
    Sepic 
    Engineer
    Tomaro-Pounds
    Building Permits/Sewage officer
    K-2 Engineering - 724-439-3440
    Emergency Management    
    Coordinator
    Clyde (Doug) Grimm, Jr. 

Auditors
Aaron Shoemaker
Joshua B. Burd
Keith Corvin

Tax Collector
Marigrace Butela
724-626-0804 

Animal Control
Hoffman Kennels
724-468-5505

Current Millage Rate

Total Road Miles

Total Population

.578
69.19
7,126
                                                     INFORMATION BOARD

​The regular monthly meetings of the Dunbar Township Board of Supervisors are held on the first Thursday of every month at 7:00 pm at the Township Building beginning in February.  If a holiday falls on a Thursday, the meeting will be moved to Wednesday for that month.  

Burning days are every day but Sunday from morning till dusk.

​Open Records Officer - Luanne Dye - 724-628-1440 - Right to know requests can also be faxed to 724-628-3982 or emailed to [email protected] Copies requested are .25 each.  






Youghiogheny River Trail 

The Yough River Trail is a non-motorized multi-use rail trail that stretches 71 miles between McKeesport and Confluence, Pennsylvania.  It is part of the Great Allegheny Passage that allows cyclists to bike from Pittsburgh to Washington, D.C.  The north section of the trail runs 43 miles between McKeesport and Connellsville, Pennsylvania, and the south section runs 28 miles between Connellsville and Confluence.  It is named after and runs along the Youghiogheny River. 
For more information go to www.youghrivertrail.com   

Sheepskin Trail 

The Sheepskin is a rail-trail project that will cut through the heart of central Fayette County.  It is a missing link to a nationally significant trail system. Upon its completion it will link with the Great Allegheny Passage (a Pittsburgh-to-Washington DC Rail-trail network), the Potomac Heritage National Scenic Trail, and the West Virginia Rail-Trail System.  As a recreational greenway, the Sheepskin will link the Youghiogheny, Monongahela, and Cheat River watersheds - making it a significant greenway.  
For more information go to www.sheepskintrail.com and www.gaptrail.org