An independent community since 1836, West Deer Township is characterized by its self-reliant people and rural-residential atmosphere. We are a growing community with low crime rates and a diversified population, and offer easy access to everything the Pittsburgh area offers, yet we still retain a relaxed, “small town” atmosphere.
Some Quick Facts:
- West Deer has a population of 11,771 people.
- West Deer Township is the third largest municipality in Allegheny County at 28.874 square miles.
- Seven postal zones serve residents of the Township:
- Allison Park 15101
- Bairdford 15006
- Cheswick 15024
- Curtisville 15032
- Gibsonia 15044
- Russellton 15076
- Tarentum 15084
- The municipality share borders with seven other townships: Clinton, Fawn, Frazer, Hampton, Indiana, Middlesex, and Richland.
- There are 105 miles of roads in West Deer Township broken down as follows:
- Township 60.3 road miles
- State 38.37 road miles
- County 6.33 road miles