Sen. Robinson’s District Office in Robinson Township Now Open; Ready to Serve Constituents

(PITTSBURGH) – State Senator Devlin Robinson (R-37) today announced his second district office is open and ready to assist constituents.

The office is located at 200 Cedar Ridge Drive, Suite 206, Pittsburgh, PA 15205. That location will be open Monday-Thursday from 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. and Fridays by appointment only. To schedule, constituents can call 412-643-3020 or stop in during regular office hours.

“My goal is to offer the best constituent service possible and ensure our local concerns are addressed in Harrisburg,” Senator Robinson said. “We’re excited to welcome the faces of the 37th District.”

Senator Robinson’s district offices in Bethel Park and Robinson Township are available for services such as processing PennDOT forms, acquiring Port Authority Senior Connect Cards, assisting with property tax and rent rebate forms, legislative questions and concerns and much more. For a complete list, please visit Senator Robinson’s website at The website also includes information about topics of interest to local communities, as well as updates on what is happening in Harrisburg. Constituents can also share their questions and opinions with Senator Robinson on the contact page on the website. 

“I encourage constituents to give us a call, so they can learn more about how my district offices can assist them and their community,” Senator Robinson said. “I’m looking forward to meeting and serving more residents of my district.”

Senator Robinson also reminded constituents they can follow what’s happening on social media. His Facebook page (@SenRobinsonPA) and Instagram (@senatordevlinrobinson) provide legislative updates and pictures of local constituents he meets, and information on other events happening in local neighborhoods and communities. Senator Robinson can also be found at the Twitter handle @SenRobinsonPA. On Twitter, the Senator provides more news updates of legislative action in Harrisburg and the district.

The 37th Senate District is made up of portions of Allegheny and Washington counties.

CONTACT: Elizabeth Weitzel

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