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Posted on: January 12, 2021

Virtual session of Coffee with the Chief set for Fri. Feb. 12

laptop with polie patch image and coffee

South Fayette Township Police Chief John Phoennik invites the public to a virtual lunchtime session of Coffee with the Chief from noon to 1 p.m. Friday, February 12, 2021.

Via the online Zoom platform, you can meet Chief Phoennik, share comments and ask qu...

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Join Zoom Meeting at noon Feb. 12 Police Department
Posted on: January 5, 2021

Millers Run Road section closed through Jan. 23

Millers Run Detour Map Oct 2020

Millers Run Road in South Fayette Township is closed between Sygan Road and Presto-Sygan Road from Tues. Jan. 5 through Sat. Jan. 23 for railroad work.

The posted detour uses eastbound and westbound Route 50 (see map). No traffic is permitted to drive thro...

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Detour Map General Township News
Posted on: December 16, 2020

Township provides tips for successful snow removal

Plow truck being loaded with road salt 2020

Let's work together to ensure successful snow removal in South Fayette Township.
Here are some tips from South Fayette Township Public Works to help with efficient, safe snow removal. Please:
  • Do not park on roads or culs-de-sac.
  • Shovel your driveway...
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Public Works FAQs General Township News
Posted on: November 11, 2020

Traffic restrictions expected on Mayview and Boyce roads for gas line project

Map of Columbia Gas Project Area on Boyce and Mayview Roads 2020

Lane restrictions and minor delays will occur on Mayview Road and Boyce Road in South Fayette Township from November 2020 to spring 2021 for a natural gas line replacement project, Columbia Gas has announced.

  • Starting the week of Nov. 16 and continuing thr...
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Project Details Road Projects
Posted on: October 14, 2020

Police chief introduces use of body-worn cameras in blog message

Body Worn Camera on police uniform

South Fayette Township police officers are beginning to wear body cameras to record interactions and help protect citizens and officers. Learn more from Police Chief John Phoennik in his latest blog post.

Read Chief's Corner Blog Police Department