If you have a garbage payment, please drop it in the mail box in the rear of the building.
The January 9th, 2019 Park Commission Meeting has been cancelled due to lack of quorum. The next meeting will be held on February 13th, 2019.
Knowledge of Quick Books, Microsoft Office, & Microsoft Excel
Knowledge of audit process and procedures
10-15 hours per week
Email resume by Jan 15th, 2019: email@example.com or mail to:
South Greensburg Borough Office
1515 Poplar St
Greensburg, PA 15601
The borough office will be closing early Christmas eve and will reopen on Wednesday December 26th to normal hours. Have a happy holiday season!
Pet owners are reminded to renew their dog’s license for 2019. All dogs three months of age or older must be licensed in Pennsylvania, either on an annual basis or with a lifetime license. Annual licenses are $8.50, while lifetime licenses are $51.50. Dogs who are spayed or neutered can be licensed for $6.50 for the year, or $31.50 for a lifetime license. Discounts are available for senior citizens and those owners with disabilities. Applications for license renewals can be found at this link to the county.
Please click on the link to see where you may drop-off your Christmas tree locally in Westmoreland County to be recycled.
Borough of South Greensburg received a Community Conservation Partnerships Program Grant Award from the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources
The Borough of South Greensburg, thanks to a grant from the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR) and the support from the Community Foundation of Westmoreland County in conjunction with the Richard King Mellon Foundation started preparations for a $200,000 playground build that will take place in the spring at the site of the current Sheridan Avenue Playground. The playground will serve more people as an inclusive playground, thanks to the incorporation of ADA accessibility, composite recycled materials, a segmented tot and pre-teen area as well as a zip line.
“The new playground equipment will provide a safe place for our kids to get outside and play. I’m so glad that we are able to give the community the playground they deserve,” stated Kevin Fajt, Mayor. “Projects such as this playground would not take place if it was not for the outstanding support of our local businesses, Council, Recreation Board and our continued community support.”
DCNR is the primary source of state support for Pennsylvania recreation, parks, and conservation initiatives. Grant funding from DCNR assists hundreds of communities and organizations across Pennsylvania to plan, acquire, and develop recreation and park facilities, create trails, and conserve open space.
“Pennsylvania’s local parks, trails, and natural areas create many opportunities to be active outdoors. They define our communities and make them places where people want to live, work and play,” said Lauren Imgrund, director of DCNR’s Bureau of Recreation and Conservation. “Our grants help our local partners meet the vision they have for their communities and regions.”
Funding for the grants comes from the Keystone Recreation, Park and Conservation Fund (Key 93), the Environmental Stewardship Fund (Growing Greener 1), and federal funding sources.
CONTACT: Jennifer Detore
The borough office opens at noon the first two Monday’s of every month. Please plan accordingly.
South Greensburg Borough Council tentatively adopted the 2019 Budget on November 12th, 2018. The budget will be available for review by all interested parties from 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m at the Borough Office 1515 Poplar St.