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4th Quarter Garbage Payments Due

A Friendly reminder, the 4th quarter garbage payment is due by July 30th 2020.  You can pay online on this site under Garbage Payments, call in payment (there is a transaction fee associated with credit card payment), or send a check or money order to 1515 Poplar St, Greensburg PA 15601.  Thank you.

Public Meetings

South Greensburg Borough will be resuming in-person meetings beginning with the Agenda Session Meeting Scheduled for 6:30 Pm on Monday, June 1st, 2020 in Hirst Hall.  The following are the rules for attendance at the Public Meetings, through the duration of the COVID-19 Disaster Declaration.

Policies for Public Attendance and Participation:

  • Remain six (6) feet away from all persons not in your household.
  • All persons who are medically able must wear face masks.
  • Face masks must cover the entire mouth and nose.
  • All persons who feel ill are prohibited from entry.
  • The chairs are spaced six (6) feet apart.  Please do not move them.
  • If there are no chairs vacant in Hirst Hall you must observe the meeting from the hallway.
  • During public comment, we will come to the hallway to see if anyone would like to comment.
  • Please do not touch any surfaces unless necessary.
  • Restrooms will be closed to the public.

May Agenda and Council Meetings

The South Greensburg Agenda Meeting scheduled for Monday May 4th, 2020 has been CANCELLED due to COVID-19 and restrictions put in place by Governor Wolf.

The Regular Council Meeting scheduled for Monday May 11th, 2020 will be a Virtual Meeting.  To participate in the Virtual Council meeting electronically or by phone, please see the instruction links below.


Instructions for Zoom

May 11th Zoom Instruction link

Virtual Public Council Meeting

April 13th Council Meeting:

To participate in the meeting please click on the link or phone in:

Topic: South Greensburg’s Council Zoom Meeting
Time: Apr 13, 2020 06:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 959 570 5291

+1-646-558-8656,,9595705291# US
Meeting ID: 959 570 5291

Copy of Video Conference link:  Copy and paste URL into browser:

Mayor Fajt’s Statement

As a matter of public safety in conjunction with the Governor’s orders on March 19th, 2020, I encourage the residents and businesses of South Greensburg to join in the fight against COVID-19.  In doing so, I would ask that you follow the Governors orders with regards to non-life sustaining business and travel.

We are all in this fight together and need everyone’s cooperation to stop the spread of COVID-19.  These are trying times for America, Pennsylvania, Westmoreland County and the Borough of South Greensburg.

Police and fire will continue to be available for emergency related calls and activities.  Non-emergency situations will be handled by telephone, if possible.  The Borough Office will operate on a limited basis and all borough properties and recreational facilities will continue to be closed to the public.  I encourage residents to handle business by phone at (724) 837-8858 or email at


Thank you,

Mayor Kevin Fajt


Declaration of Disaster Emergency COVID-19


 WHEREAS, a novel coronavirus (now known as “COVID-19”) emerged in Wuhan, China, began infecting humans in December 2019, and has since spread to numerous countries, including the United States; and

WHEREAS, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (“CDC”) have declared COVID-19 a “public health emergency of international concern,” and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (“HHS”) Secretary has declared that COVID-19 creates a public health emergency; and

WHERE AS, the World Health Organization has declared COVID-19 a “global pandemic”

WHEREAS, the Governor of Pennsylvania has declared COVID-19 a disaster emergency throughout the Commonwealth;

WHERE AS, the President of the United States has declared COVID-19 a National Emergency

WHEREAS, the spread of the virus creates a public health emergency; and threatens to cause injury, damage, and suffering to the persons and property of South Greensburg Borough;

WHEREAS, the Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic has endangered the health, safety, and welfare of a substantial number of persons residing in South Greensburg Borough, and threatens to create problems greater in scope than South Greensburg Borough may be able to resolve; and

WHEREAS, emergency management measures are required to reduce the severity of this disaster and to protect the health, safety, and welfare of affected residents in South Greensburg Borough.

NOW, THEREFORE, I, the undersigned Mayor of South Greensburg Borough, pursuant to the provisions of Section 7501 of the Pennsylvania Emergency Management Services Code, (35 PA C.S., Section 7501), as amended, does hereby declare the existence of a disaster emergency in South Greensburg Borough caused by COVID-19;

FURTHER, we direct the South Greensburg Emergency Management Coordinator to coordinate the activities of the emergency response, to take all appropriate action needed to alleviate the effects of this disaster, to aid in the restoration of essential public services, and to take any other emergency response action deemed necessary to respond to this emergency.

STILL FURTHER, we authorize officials of South Greens burg Borough to act as necessary to meet the current demands of this emergency, namely; by the employment of temporary workers, by the rental of equipment, by the purchase of supplies and mate rials, and by entering into such contracts and agreements for the performance of public work as may be required to meet the emergency, all without regard to those time consuming procedures and formalities normally prescribed by law, mandatory constitutional requirements excepted

This Declaration shall take effect immediately.


Kevin Fajt-Mayor



Jaime Peticca, Secretary


Effective Immediately COVID-19

Effective immediately:

All borough buildings are closed to the public.  This includes the Borough Office, Fire Department, Public Works Building, Tax Office, and all Recreational Facilities including playgrounds, ballfields, parks and recreational activities.  Municipal operations will still continue until further notice and will be reevaluated by the Mayor, Council, and Emergency Services on March 31st, 2020.  Please follow all updates on, Savvy Citizen, Facebook @South Greensburg.

South Greensburg Borough recommends following the CDC guidelines and protecting yourself and others by following proper hand hygiene, social distancing, and severely limiting or eliminating the day to day operations for schools, businesses, or gatherings in an attempt to reduce introduction of the virus COVID-19 into the community.

Borough Office-  Residents can still contact staff via phone (724) 837-8858 and email- for regular borough business.   Garbage payments, permits or any other paperwork can be left in the mailbox in the rear of the building at 1515 Poplar St.  Garbage payments can also be made online at or phoned in and completed over the phone.  All permits and ordinances are still available on our website. 

Tax Collection- Pay by mail and send to Tax Collector or drop off in mail slot at

1644 Broad St. South Greensburg.

 For emergencies contact 911.  Please note that special precautions will be taken to protect our fireman and police during medical calls to all residents that are displaying symptoms of COVID-19.  Symptoms include: fever, cough, difficulty breathing and shortness of breath.

 For non-emergency police related calls (724) 834-2915.

Thank you,

South Greensburg Borough





Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Residents of South Greensburg Borough,

As we are all aware, there is currently an outbreak of Coronavirus throughout the world. South Greensburg takes the health and safety of all it’s citizens very seriously. As a reminder we would like to share communications and tips from the CDC and PEMA which may aid in preventing the spread of the virus.

The best way to prevent infection is to avoid being exposed to this virus. CDC always recommends everyday preventive actions to help prevent the spread of respiratory viruses, including:
* Washing your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after going to the bathroom; before eating; and after blowing your nose, coughing or sneezing.

* If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol. Always was hands with soap and water if hands are visibly dirty.

* Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth

* Avoid close contact with people who are sick

* Avoid contact with people when YOU are sick

* Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then discard the tissue into the trash

* Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces using a regular household cleaning wipe or spray.

* Get checked by a physician if you begin to feel symptoms of the virus
Symptoms can include:
Shortness of breath
For more information and more tips to protect your family, friends, and community please visit:

Thank you
South Greensburg Borough