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    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...
  2. 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...
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    Police chief discusses body-worn cameras

    South Fayette Township Police Chief John Phoennik discusses the new body-worn camera program in his latest blog post. Read on...
  4. 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...
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    Waste Management not picking up yard waste, loose items or bulk/furniture

    To help slow the spread of COVID-19, Waste Management is not picking up any yard waste, furniture or excess trash. Regular trash and recycling pickup continue, but all trash must be bagged (no loose items) and all recycling must be inside the bin. Read on...
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    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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    Inspections suspended to help prevent virus spread

    To help prevent the spread of COVID-19, the township has suspended all residential and commercial inspection activities until further notice. This action complies with the order from Governor Tom Wolf that non-life-sustaining businesses close. Read on...
  8. Sorry Temporarily Closed sign

    South Fayette Township restricts building access and cancels programs

    The South Fayette Township Building, including the township offices, police station, senior center and library, is closed to the public until further notice to help slow the spread of COVID-19 and the coronavirus. Staff continue to provide services. Read on...
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    Thoms Run Road stoppages and closures expected March to October 2020

    Short traffic stoppages and temporary closures will occur on Thoms Run Road in Collier, just outside the South Fayette border, from March 16 until October due to road work. Read on...
  10. Coronavirus protection infographic

    Health department shares virus prevention strategies

    The Allegheny County Health Department recommends simple yet effective strategies to help slow the spread of COVID-19 and the coronavirus that causes it. Read on...
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