Many municipal offices in Washington and Greene counties have either closed or are altering operations as a result of the coronavirus outbreak. If your municipal office is not listed, call before visiting to ensure the office is open.
The Buffalo Township Municipal office is closed to the public until further notice. Residents can call or e-mail questions or concerns and visit buffalotwp.com for more information. The Township meeting scheduled for April 1 will be closed to the public with the agenda and minutes available online.
Canonsburg is closing its borough building to the public, but employees are still reporting to work. The magistrate’s office located within the building will remain open. Borough residents who need to contact officials are encouraged to call or send an email message.
Canton Township’s municipal building is closed. If residents need to contact an official or employee, they are encouraged to send an email message or call on the phone.
Carmichaels Borough office is closed. Employees are working remotely so phone calls, emails and mail are being monitored daily.
Cecil Township Municipal Building is closed to the public until further notice. Additionally, the township has canceled all parks and recreation events such as the Easter Egg hunt on April 4 and fishing derby on April 18. All events scheduled in Generations have been canceled. Anyone with reservations for a Generations event in March should call 724-745-2227 with any questions. All regularly scheduled board and commission meetings have also been canceled until further notice. The township board of supervisors will determine when normal operations will resume. Visit the township website for additional updates at www.ceciltownship-pa.gov.
Centerville Borough and sewage office located in the municipal building at 100 East End Road will be closed to the public through March 31. Both offices will remain open for mail, phone calls and emails, but residents are asked not to visit in person.
Donegal Township has closed its offices at 34 N, Liberty Street, West Alexander, to the public until further notice. The office is open for workers to answer mail, phone calls and email, but residents are asked to refrain from visiting in person. The postponed monthly township meeting will be held as a Zoom virtual meeting at 7 p.m. March 30.
Franklin Township Sewer Authority office, 570 Rolling Meadows Road, Waynesburg, will be closed to the public effective March 17 until further notice. The office will remain active Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., to process mail, phone calls and emails but asks customers not to come in person.
Houston Borough office and tax office will be closed indefinitely. Tax payments can be made by mail or dropped in the mail slot on the borough office door. Receipts will be mailed. For any business, call 724-745-1112.
Lower Ten Mile Joint Sewer Authority business office, 144 Chartiers Road, Jefferson, will be closed to the public until further notice. The office will remain active Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. to handle mail, phone calls and online payments but asks customers not to come in person. In addition, the authority is canceling its monthly board meeting, which was scheduled for March 18.
The McDonald Borough building including the Public Works building is closed to the public. The borough office can be reached by calling 724-926-8711. The nonemergency police department number is 724-926-2105.
Midway Borough office and Public Works Department will remain closed until further notice, but officials can be reached by calling 724-796-8700 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Payments can be placed in our drop-off box located outside the front door.
Monessen City Hall and all city property, including the police station, are closed to the public until April 1. Mayor Matt Shorraw has declared a public health state of emergency in the city.
Monongahela has closed its offices to the public. Employees can be reached by phone, email or by standard mail.
The North Franklin Township offices will be closed to the public until further notice. Office staff will remain active from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday to handle mail and phone calls, but residents are asked not to come to the offices in person. Tax payments may be placed in the drop box located inside the main door, but residents are encouraged to pay them by mail. A self-addressed, stamped envelope will be needed for the return receipt. Burning permits can be requested by calling 724-228-3330. For more information, visit www.northfranklin.org.
North Strabane Township is closing its park starting Monday through March 27. The public will be able to access supervisors meetings remotely by calling 206-307-0274. The conference code is 169077. Public comment can be emailed to email@example.com. Residents who visit the township building will not be greeted with a handshake. In addition, the glass divider will be closed, but township personnel can speak through it.
Peters Creek Sanitary Authority office at 3502 Lincoln Avenue, Finleyville, is open and employees are working normtheal business hours. However, the office is not open to the public. Payments are being accepted via the drop box located next to the front door as well as normal mail delivery. Residents are encouraged to call for any other issues during normal business hours.
Peters Township’s municipal building remains open. If residents have an issue, they are encouraged to call rather than arrive in person.
The Robinson Township office at 8400 Noblestown Road, McDonald, is closed to the public. Employees are still reporting to work at this time. A lobby is open for tax payments. Inquiries can still be made by calling the office during regular business hours at 724-926-8700 and information can be obtained at www.robinsonpa.gov.
The Somerset Township office is closed to the public. Residents can reach the township by calling 724-222-0630 or emailing Somerset@bentcom.net
South Fayette Township Municipal Building is closed to the public effective immediately. The restriction is scheduled to remain in effect until April 1 or until further notice. Restricted building facilities include the township offices, meeting rooms, police station and senior center. In addition, the township has canceled all events, including parks and recreation programs, athletic association organized sports and activities of the South Fayette Area Senior Citizens Association. The township’s library is also closed.
South Strabane Township is canceling its meetings for the rest of the month, and its municipal offices, police station and public works buildings will be closed to the public.
Southwestern Pennsylvania Water Authority’s facilities located at 1442 Jefferson Road, Jefferson, will be closed to the public until further notice. The office will remain active from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday to process mail, phone calls and emails, but officials are asking customers to avoid visiting in person. For after-hour emergencies, contact the water plant at 724-592-7792.
Washington City Hall is closed to the public, but employees are still reporting to work. All transactions and other matters will be handled over the phone. The Washington Police Department will also be closed to the public, and residents are asked to make reports for non-emergencies over the phone. Fingerprinting services are also suspended until further notice. The Treasurer’s cffice and City Clerk’s office are still accepting payments via mail. There is also a drop box/mail slot off of the side entrance of City Hall. The City Clerk and Tax Clerk will be working Mondays and Fridays from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m.
Washington Township, Greene County, offices are closed to public access. Employees will continue to take phone calls and respond to emails, however, personal visits to the office are limited to those who have called first to discuss their need with township officials. TO speak with a township employee, call 724-627-6471 from are 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Washington-East Washington Joint Authority is closed to walk-in customers. The office is anticipating a reopening of the office on April 1, providing circumstances permit. The business office is still operating with its normal business hours to process payments, answer questions and provide service. Payments can be dropped in the drop slot to the right of the entrance door, and payments will be accepted over the phone via credit or debit card. Please feel free to call 724-225-1010.
Waynesburg’s Borough building remains open. If residents have an issue, they are encouraged to call rather than arrive in person.
West Beth Township office is closed to the public but employees are still reporting to work. All transactions and matters will be handled over the phone. A drop box will be available for payments (checks only or correspondence). Then office phone number is 724-267-4665, and the hours are 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Friday.