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The Township of Hampton Department of Community Services (D.C.S) offers 3 miles of hiking trails within Hampton Community Park that provides hikers with a wide variety of scenery and terrain. Hikers of all abilities can find a trail suitable to their skill level for no charge. Always use the trails with courtesy and safety in mind. The township publishes a listing of all hiking trails and is available in the D.C.S office. To receive a copy, or for more information, stop by the department, between 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, or call us at 412-486-0400, extension 1370.
Anyone caught hunting will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.
Ball fields, soccer fields and tennis courts in Hampton Community Park managed by the Township of Hampton Department of Community Services are available for public recreational use or for tournaments and organized league games. The department maintains several soccer fields, baseball and softball fields, and tennis courts, in the Hampton Community Park. They are available at no cost on a first come, first served basis; or they can be reserved in advance.
Fees will vary by intended use. It is recommended to apply for a league or tournament permit as far ahead of time as possible due to the overall demand for these facilities. To reserve a field or court or for more information, contact us between 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, at 412-487-7870, extension 1370.
The Township of Hampton Department of Community Services tries to keep its park and facilities in excellent condition, but occasionally vandalism, misuse, neglect, or wear can leave a fixture in need of repair. If you witness damage to a park facility, please call us at 412-486-0400, extension 1370, to report the problem. For situations that warrant police assistance you should call 911. The Township of Hampton thanks you for your concern and assistance in these matters.
Volunteers are always welcome at the Township of Hampton Department of Community Services. We seek warm and enthusiastic people of all ages to volunteer a few hours or a few days a week to help out the department and their fellow citizens in the process. While need for certain positions varies from year to year and season to season, volunteers work throughout the department filling such roles as activities leader, office worker, and athletic coach. Volunteers are unpaid citizens donating their time; people interested in employment should apply for jobs through the DCS office. If you are interested in volunteering or for more information, contact us between 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday at 412-486-0400, extension 1329.
The pavilion reservation / rental process for Hampton Community Park is now in place. As of March 1, 2004, park pavilion reservations for township residents will be accepted on a year-round basis, up to one year in advance. Nonresidents reservations will be accepted beginning April 1st of each year. Pavilion reservations are accepted year-round at the Department of Community Services (DCS) office, during normal office hours. Should you have any questions or desire additional information please call the DCS office at 412-487-7870, extension 1370.
Please be aware of the following regulations for park use:
Your observance of these rules will help to make the park a safe and enjoyable experience for all who visit. For more information about the Hampton Community Park and its use, contact the Department of Community Services between 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, at 412-486-0400, extension 1370.
The Township of Hampton Department of Community Services (D.C.S.) maintains 6 tennis courts in the community park. These courts are not lighted and are open for free public use everyday except during department tennis lessons and school district tennis matches. Tennis courts may not be reserved. Participants provide their own racquets and balls; additional rules are posted by the courts. The D.C.S. offers youth and adult tennis lessons during the summer. Sign ups are announced in department program brochure. For more information about tennis programs contact us between 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, at 412-486-0400, extension 1370.
Online registration for Residents begins on April 24, 2017 and for Non-Residents on May 8 for Non-Residents. If a Non-Resident has already purchased a Community Pool Pass, they may register beginning April 24. All registrations must be done Online. www.hampton-pa.org
The Township of Hampton Department of Community Services is always looking for volunteers to keep Township of Hampton roadways clean. Our volunteer litter control program is the Adopt An HT Roadway, which is responsible for monthly litter pick-up along township owned roadways. Volunteers pick up litter monthly along a roadway designated specifically for them. The department is always happy to find individuals and organizations who would like to participate in this program by donating their time to this program which really does make a difference in Hampton Township. In appreciation of the service you provide, work gloves,and trash bags are provided at no cost by the township. Also a sign noting the name of your group will be posted at both ends of the roadway, publicizing the group responsible for the volunteer litter control. For more information about this program call the Township, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, at 412-486-0400, extension 1370.
The Township of Hampton Department of Community Services makes every effort to respond immediately to all repair and maintenance concerns on township roads, but they can always use your help. If you notice township roadways with dangerous cracks or holes, roadways with debris or accumulated snow, rights-of-way that are encroached by bushes, trees, or other obstructions, or damaged or missing traffic signs and street signs, contact the department to report the problem. When you call, be prepared with the location and type of maintenance problem as well as your name and phone number so that the department can contact you for additional information. Leave these details in a message if a person is unable to answer the phone when you call. For more information, or to report a maintenance or repair need, contact the Township of Hampton between 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, at 412-486-0400, extension 1303.
To better serve the citizens of the Township of Hampton, the Department of Community Services performs ongoing improvements to township roads, curbs and gutters as well as constructing new ones as the need arises. All township roads are on a master schedule to be repaved, resurfaced, or receive other special maintenance every 12 to 15 years. Roads that experience large amounts of wear may be refinished even sooner. The department also monitors traffic flow to determine which roads, if any, need widening, additional lanes, new traffic patterns, or other major improvements. These improvements are scheduled on an annual basis according to need and available resources. In addition, the township works with developers to build new roads as required for new constructions or developments, or as a response to citizen needs for better and safer access and transport. If you notice an area of a township road that is in need of improvement, please report it to the township When calling, be prepared with the location and nature of the problem, and with your name and number in case further information is needed. For more information about public works construction and improvements, contact the township from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, at 412-486-0400, extension 1303.
In addition to the maintenance and construction performed by the Township of Hampton, the state and county perform similar work on their roads, routes,interstates, and right-of-ways that run through the Township of Hampton. These state and county roads and projects, while within the Township of Hampton limits, are not controlled, designed or maintained by the Township of Hampton Department of Public Works. State routes and interstates in the township of Hampton include:
To report a maintenance or repair concern on a State-owned roadway, you may contact the State at 1-800-349-7623 or by email at the following link: PennDOT Fix Road
County Roads are Middle Road and Duncan Avenue. To find out about construction occurring on these roads, or to report a maintenance or repair concern, you may contact the County at 412-350-4906.