South Beaver Township was established on March 12, 1800. By 1816 it was split into six separate municipalities – Beaver, Little Beaver, Big Beaver, Chippewa, Ohio and Brighton Township. South Beaver Township is a rural community located in Beaver County right on the Pennsylvania - Ohio border.
South Beaver Township is a Second Class Township and is governed by three elected Supervisors to six year term each. The supervisors meet on the second Wednesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. at the municipal building located at 805 Blackhawk Road. All meetings are open to the public with an opportunity for public comment.
Township Students attend Blackhawk School District. Beaver County Airport is in neighboring Chippewa Township.
Easy access to Interstate 376, Pittsburgh International Airport is 21 miles and the City of Pittsburgh is only 43 miles.
Chippewa Farmers Market - May 3 to November 22
South Beaver Recreation Board Events - No Event Planned
Monthly Paper Shred Event At Bradys Run - April Thru September
Active Shooter Symposium for
Churches, Businesses and Offices
Polling Place - Municipal Office - 805 Blackhawk Rd