When an existing home is sold to a new owner, the closing company, real estate agent, lending institution or private party acquires two items from South Fayette Township: (1) a Residential Occupancy Registration listing the new buyer’s information and (2) a Municipal No-Lien Letter. In addition, the local sewer authority must issue a No-Lien Letter and Dye Test/Lateral Inspection, and the local Real Estate Tax collector must issue a tax certification. Visit our occupancy registration webpage for details.
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The sewage authority handles dye tests and sanitary sewer inspections. Contact the Municipal Authority of the Township of South Fayette at 412-257-5100.
Call the Building Inspection & Code Enforcement office at 412-221-8700 to schedule an inspection.
Waste Management, the township's waste hauler, has set guidelines for the materials accepted in curbside residential recycling carts.
The following items are ACCEPTED:
These items are NOT accepted:
Report a missed trash or recycling pickup online anytime through our Citizen Request Tracker, and your message will be automatically sent to both the township and hauler Waste Management. Or call the township office weekdays from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at 412-221-8700. Visit our trash and recycling webpage for more information about waste collection.
Register online, visit the township office at 515 Millers Run Road, South Fayette 15064, or call 412-221-8700 x217.
The Real Estate (Property) Tax Collector is elected to collect taxes for both South Fayette Township and the South Fayette School District.
Twelve polling places are located in South Fayette Township. All voting matters are handled by the Allegheny County Elections Division.