1. Summer Recreation Activities

    Free at-home and virtual recreation activities offered

    Free at-home and virtual activities are being offered by South Fayette Township Parks and Recreation, in partnership with sponsor Herbert, Rowland & Grubic Inc. Read on...
  2. Route 50 Moving Closures July

    Route 50 closures planned July 27 to July 31

    Lane closures will occur on Route 50 in South Fayette between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. from Mon. July 27 to Fri. July 31 for work on the Southern Beltway. Read on...
  3. police holding thank you sign

    Police department thanks community for donations

    The South Fayette Township Police Department thanks the citizens and businesses who have donated food, hand sanitizer and masks during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read on...
  4. Children who received camp in a box

    Camp-in-a-Box orders accepted through July 24

    South Fayette Township Parks and Recreation is selling Camp-in-a-Box kits containing activity supplies, ideas, snacks and swag to help kids enjoy the summer at home. Order by Fri. July 24. Cost is $25 (large) or $15 (mini). Read on...
  5. Youngblood sample letter to residents 2020

    Road paving program starts June 17

    A $2 million summer road paving program starts June 17 in South Fayette. Read on...
  6. fireworks postponed

    Fireworks, Community Day and Touch-a-Truck postponed

    Large community events in South Fayette are postponed until next year due to COVID-19 crowd restrictions, but the township is considering the possibility of holding a fireworks event in the fall. Read on...
  7. fireworks postponed

    Fireworks, Community Day and Touch-a-Truck postponed

    Large community events in South Fayette are postponed until next year due to COVID-19 crowd restrictions, but the township is considering the possibility of holding a fireworks event in the fall. Read on...
  8. Stay home if sick, avoid crowds, take waste, stay six feet apart, wash hands

    South Fayette park facilities reopen June 15 with safety guidelines

    Openings include playgrounds, courts, fields, restrooms and rental pavilions in Fairview, Morgan, Boys Home, Preservation and Sturgeon parks, and the township’s portion of the Panhandle Trail. Read on...
  9. Stay home if sick, avoid crowds, take waste, stay six feet apart, wash hands

    South Fayette park facilities reopen June 15 with safety guidelines

    Openings include playgrounds, courts, fields, restrooms and rental pavilions in Fairview, Morgan, Boys Home, Preservation and Sturgeon parks, and the township’s portion of the Panhandle Trail. Read on...
  10. List of restrictions in reopening phases

    South Fayette moves Fri. June 5 to green phase of COVID-19 reopening process

    Allegheny County, including South Fayette Township, moves Fri. June 5 to the green phase of the COVID-19 reopening process. More businesses and facilities may begin to reopen with safety guidelines in place. Read on...
  11. helicopter

    West Penn Power helicopter in area June 8 to August 15

    West Penn Power Transmission Vegetation Management is conducting aerial herbicide applications in the South Fayette area from June 8 to Aug. 15, weather permitting. Read on...
  12. bridgeville bus

    South Fayette park and ride lot permanently closes July 4

    The Port Authority of Allegheny County discontinues its park and ride service at the former Star City site in South Fayette Township on Sat. July 4. Read on...
  13. John Phoennik

    South Fayette police chief addresses police transparency and accountability

    South Fayette Township Police Chief John R. Phoennik discusses the importance of transparency, training and respect for all citizens in his latest blog post. Read on...
  14. property tax relief sf

    South Fayette Township extends property tax discount period, waives penalties

    To help taxpayers during the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2% discount period for paying 2020 township real estate taxes is extended from May 31 to Aug. 31. From Sept. 1 through Dec. 31, taxes may be paid at face value, with no fees or penalties charged. Read on...
  15. WM Logo

    Waste Management resumes pickup of yard waste and bulk items

    Starting with the Thurs. May 7 and Fri. May 8 trash collections in South Fayette, Waste Management will resume regular curbside collection of yard waste (grass clippings, brush, tree limbs) and bulk items (furniture, carpet, mattresses). Read on...
  16. road work sign

    Thoms Run Road work includes closures and detours

    Some closures, detours and short traffic stops are occurring on Thoms Run Road in Collier, just outside South Fayette. Read on...
  17. Neon sign restaurants takeout delivery

    South Fayette restaurants offer takeout and delivery

    Many restaurants in South Fayette Township are open for takeout and delivery during COVID-19 restrictions. Read on...
  18. nusiance fire complaint line

    Residents asked to limit recreational fires

    Allegheny County and South Fayette Township residents are being asked to limit open burning to help people with respiratory or heart illnesses during the COVID-19 crisis. Read on...
  19. woman wearing cloth mask in grocery store

    Homemade masks required for store customers and employees

    The Pennsylvania Department of Health has ordered that both customers and employees wear homemade cloth masks in grocery stores, pharmacies, hardware stores and other life-sustaining businesses that remain open during the coronavirus pandemic. Read on...
  20. only flush me message with picture of a roll of toilet paper

    Residents reminded to please flush toilet paper only

    Toilet paper is the only paper product that should be flushed down toilets--even if you are suffering a coronavirus-related TP shortage. Disinfectant wipes, wet wipes, paper towels, napkins and facial tissues should be disposed of in the trash. Read on...
  21. Mask Guidelines for the Coronavirus

    Residents asked to wear homemade masks

    Pennsylvania and South Fayette residents are asked to wear non-medical-grade masks across the nose and mouth to help protect each other from coronavirus in public. Read on...
  22. Social distancing in parks infographic

    South Fayette closes playgrounds and pavilions; green spaces still open in parks

    Open spaces and trails in township parks remain open, but the township is closing all playgrounds and pavilions until further notice due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Indoor restrooms remain closed, but portable restrooms are available. Read on...
  23. Red help button with cursor

    Township seeks information to help residents needing special assistance

    South Fayette Township wants to know if any South Fayette residents need special assistance as a result of COVID-19, or coronavirus, restrictions. If you are experiencing a hardship, please let us know so we can try to connect you with resources to help. Read on...
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