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Leet Township
198 Ambridge Ave, Ambridge, PA 15003
Leet Township is a small community of about 1,568 residents, according to the 2000 U.S. Census. The township is run by aMore five-member board of commissioners and Leet Manager Anna Lee Oswald. The commissioners meets publicly at 7pm on the second Monday of every month to conduct township business.
Leet Township Police Department
198 Ambridge Ave, Ambridge, PA 15003
The Leet Township Police Department consists of four full-time officers, including Police Chief Bill Wanto and fourMore part-time officers.  The department provides mutual aid to other departments in the Quaker Valley area. Leet takes a personal approach in assisting citizens.
Fair Oaks Fire Department
190 Ambridge Ave, Fair Oaks, PA 15003
The Fair Oaks Volunteer Fire Department Station #46 has 20 active volunteer members and 10 inactive. The department isMore supervised by Fire Chief Mark Brooks and Assistant Fire Chief Wes James. The department is subsidized partly by Leet Township, small grants and by various fundraisers. The department organizes such events as the annual Turkey Bingo event.
District Magistrate Office, District Judge Robert L. Ford
190 Ohio River Blvd, Leetsdale, PA 15056
The Magisterial District Court, under the direction of Judge Robert Ford, handles thousands of case filings each year,More including criminal cases, traffic and other citations, civil matters, and arrest and search warrants. The district court also handles emergency protection for abuse petitions. Marriage ceremonies are conducted here, as well. The facility serves Aleppo Township, Leetsdale, Leet Township, Bell Acres, Sewickley, Osborne, Glenfield, Edgeworth, Sewickley Heights, Sewickley Hills and Haysville.