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UPDATE 2020 Spring Soccer, Baseball and Softball Season

Greater Greensburg Athletics has made the difficult decision to cancel the spring baseball, softball and soccer seasons for 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

While it has been evident that we would have to wait until at least the Green Phase of Reopening Pennsylvania until we would have to wait until we could even begin to start planning our seasons, new guidelines have indicated that even into the Green Phase, social distancing and limiting the number of people participating in and viewing practices and games will still be necessary.  Due to these restrictions, we feel it would be best to cancel at this time, to ensure the health and safety of our players, coaches, and families.  We hope to offer fall baseball and soccer, should it be feasible.

We will be refunding all registration fees in FULL for all three sports.  For those who have paid with cash or check, please be on th lookout for your refund check in the mail shortly.  For those who have paid online, your refund will be processed through our payment system.  For those who have paid via credit card, please call the City of Greensburg Rec. Dept. office at (724) 834-4880 between 10AM and 2PM for us to process your refund over-the -phone with the provided credit card number.


Primary Elections

The primary elections will be held on June 2nd, 2020 in Hirst Hall.  Please follow all CDC recommend guidelines.


Community Yard Sale 2020

Due to COVID- 19 the Community Yard sale has been postponed.  If regulations and changes occur with Governor Wolf’s restrictions, there will be discussions about holding it at a later time and date if possible.


Did you complete the 2020 Census?

Please remember to complete the 2020 Census.  Local government, businesses, educators and many others in our community rely on census information to make important decisions about local policies, funding, business, and much more.  The participation of EVERY resident in South Greensburg Borough will help to make sure our borough and region receives the federal funding that it needs to serve everyone equitably.  To find out more please visit www.pa.gov/census


2020 Census

Please remember to complete the 2020 Census.  Local government, businesses, educators and many others in our community relay on census information to make important decisions about local policies, funding, business, and much more.  The participation of EVERY resident in the census will help to make sure our borough and region receives the federal funding that it needs to serve everyone equitably.  To find out more please visit www.pa.gov/census


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.

NOTICE OF MAY 11TH 2020 VIRTUAL MEETING OF SOUTH GREENSBURG BOROUGH

Instructions for Zoom

May 11th Zoom Instruction link


Garbage Payment Due

Just a friendly reminder that 2020 Quarter 2 garbage payments are due April 30th.  You can mail in payment or pay on our website at www.southgreensburg.org

 


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
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/9595705291

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:  https://www.dropbox.com/s/frpfiy8etkgfuft/zoom_1.mp4?dl=0



Thank you Walmart

On behalf of the South Greensburg elected officials we would like to formally extend our most sincere thank you to Greensburg Walmart for their generous contributions to the South Greensburg Police and Fire Departments.  Your support and generosity during the Covid-19 outbreak will help the departments continue to serve and protect the community.