Board of Commissioners

Monthly Meetings

About the Board of Commissioners

The Board of Commissioners is the 5-person elected legislative body of South Fayette Township. Individuals seeking office must be residents and registered voters of South Fayette. Commissioners serve 4-year terms and are at-large, meaning they represent the entire township. This structure is guided by Pennsylvania's First Class Township Code.

In each even-numbered year on the first Monday of January (or in case of a holiday, on the following day), the board holds a reorganization meeting to select the president and vice president and to make other appointments and designations.

Commissioners establish policy, enact ordinances and resolutions, adopt budgets and set township taxation rates.

The Township Manager and the manager's staff are responsible for carrying out board actions and for day-to-day operational duties.

Special Appointments

South Hills Area Council of Governments (SHACOG)

  • Gwen Rodi (Representative)
  • Rebecca Sray  (Alternate)

Act 32 (Earned Income Tax Collection)

  • Finance Director (Representative) 
  • Township Manager (Alternate)

Allegheny League of Municipalities

  • Gwen Rodi (Delegate)
  • Rebecca Sray (Alternate)

Vacancy Board Chairperson

William C. Price

Legal Committee

  • Joseph Horowitz
  • Lisa Malosh

Solicitor

Goldberg Kamin and Garvin LLP

Official Publication for Legal Ads

Observer-Reporter

Liaison Appointments

Public Safety - Joseph Horowitz

  • Police/Fire and Ambulance
  • Civil Service Commission

Public Infrastructure and Service - Rebecca Sray

  • Streets and Refuse
  • Planning Commission

Finance and Administration - Lisa Malosh

  • Pension and Personnel
  • Finance Committee

Governmental Relations - Gwen Rodi

  • Municipal Authority
  • Zoning Hearing Board
  • School District
  • Governmental Representative

Parks & Recreation - Keith Dernosek

  • Library
  • Athletic Associations 
  • Parks & Recreation Board

Support Organizations

Education, training and support services are offered to elected public officials through organizations such as: