Hampton Magazine is a non-profit publication that has been jointly published by the
Township of Hampton and the Hampton Township School District since 1997.
The mission of Hampton Magazine is to keep residents informed about their
community through a focus on people, events, activities and organizations.


Publication Schedule and Contents 

Hampton Magazine is published six times per year: February, April, June, August, October and December. The magazine is generally mailed to residents during the week prior to the month of publication. Each issue of Hampton Magazine contains valuable and timely information for Hampton residents:

  • Community News and Events
  • Upcoming events, announcements and news.
  • District Dispatch
  • The official newsletter of the Hampton Township School District, with information about students, faculty, and the district.
  • Hampton Highlights - The official program brochure of the Township of Hampton Department of Community Services, with dates and registration information about recreational programs. 
  • Updates Information of interest on local organizations, such as the Police department, the Hampton Alliance for Educational Excellence and Hampton Community Library.
  • Feature Articles on topics of interest about life in Hampton, things to do, local people, special interests and other matters.



Hampton Magazine is mailed directly to more than 7,000 residences and businesses in the Township of Hampton. In addition, approximately 700 copies are distributed within the township. This gives the magazine a reach of nearly 18,000 residents. Hampton is a family-oriented community with 78% of the households including children under 18 years of age. The median household income in Hampton is more than $60,000 per year, with 48% of residents engaged in management or professional occupations.


The Community 


Hampton Township, located north of Pittsburgh, is a flourishing professional community of nearly 18,000 residents. Easily accessible from the Pennsylvania Turnpike and Pennsylvania Route 8, the Township’s 16-square miles include portions of North Park, Hartwood Acres, Community Park Nature Trail, the Depreciation Lands Museum and an expanding business district. Unique among neighboring communities, Hampton Township's boundaries coincide with those of the Hampton Township School District, leading to cooperative ventures such as a before and after school child care (Latchkey) program.


The Township of Hampton (Municipal Government)

The Township of Hampton has a simple yet comprehensive Mission Statement that it operates all facets of it's government under: The Township of Hampton is and wishes to remain a financially responsible residential community that promotes citizen and business involvement for the betterment of quality family living.


The Hampton Township School District 


The Mission of the Hampton Township Schools is to educate individual students by creating partnerships among staff, parents, students and community and by providing a positive atmosphere in which students become lifelong learners and people of character who can achieve high expectations. One school district... one community... one vision to perpetuate our tradition of educational excellence. A Tradition of Excellence, the District slogan, characterizes the positive, progressive, caring attitude focused on benefiting students academically as well as personally. Accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, Hampton boasts an overall faculty/student ratio of 1:25 five schools – three elementary, a middle school (grades 6 through 8) and a high school.

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