Live Well South Fayette

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The Live Well South Fayette Township initiative is committed to promoting, encouraging and enhancing wellness and healthy living. In partnership with Allegheny County's Live Well Allegheny program, South Fayette Township works with business and community partners to develop programs that support community health and wellness.

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Live Well Partners

Community and business partners are essential to the success of this effort. Joining is free and easy!

Please submit a partner application on the Live Well Allegheny website to be officially recognized for your commitment to wellness.

South Fayette organizations will become a Live Well Allegheny and a Live Well South Fayette Township partner!

Wellness Activities


South Fayette Township shares wellness information and events in South Fayette Connect magazine and on social media under the hashtag #howdoyoulivewell.

Live Well Wednesdays

Live Well Wednesdays provides a weekly opportunity for South Fayette Township to promote community wellness, and for businesses and organizations to offer wellness incentives to the public. For example, a restaurant might offer a deal on salads; a gym could hold a special fitness class; and a massage therapist may offer a service discount. If you plan to offer a Live Well Wednesday deal, please contact Andrea Iglar by email or call 412-221-8700.

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)

South Fayette Township encourages local agriculture and fresh foods by promoting local farm markets and occasionally serving as a seasonal pickup point for CSA programs that provide fresh produce to subscribers.

Live Well at the Garden

In partnership with neighboring North Fayette, South Fayette Township held Live Well at the Garden events in 2015 and 2017 at the Pittsburgh Botanic Garden. The programs welcomed more than 300 residents, as well as township staff and elected representatives, garden board members and volunteers, Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald, and Allegheny County Health Department Director Dr. Karen Hacker.

Live Well Day at Pittsburgh Botanic Garden, Aug. 20, 2015

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