Welcome to Collier Township

Proud home of our nation’s Flag Day holiday, our community - the Township of Collier - was founded in June of 1875. Now, and in our second century, the Township of Collier prides itself in being one of the region’s best communities in which to live, work and raise a family. Located six miles southwest of Pittsburgh, in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Collier is readily accessible, having its own exit from Interstate 79. Close proximity to the City of Pittsburgh enhances Collier Township’s quality of life. Residents take advantage of the cultural, business and higher education opportunities of a larger city, while also enjoying our suburb’s excellent public safety, many convenient shopping districts, well-maintained recreational facilities and top-notch schools. If you live here, we hope you’ll visit this site often to keep up on what is happening in the community. If you live elsewhere, welcome to Collier Township . . . and come back again.


Swank Construction Company on behalf of the PA Department of Transportation will be closing the intersection of Noblestown Road and Scotts Run Road for reconstruction of the box culvert structure that crosses over Scotts Run Creek. The closure will commence on August 15th. The anticipated duration for this work is approximately two months. During this time a detour route will be in place utilizing McMichael Road and Ewing Road to navigate motorists around the closure.