1. Township Commissioners pose with ceremonial check

    Township receives grants to help build community center

    South Fayette Township has been awarded $500,000 in grants toward construction of a community center. Project details still must be finalized, so the public will have opportunities to be involved in the process in 2020. Read on...
  2. Toy Drive

    Toy drive being held for food bank

    Donations of NEW, unwrapped toys for children ages 14 and under are being accepted until 4:00 PM Weds. Nov. 27 in the South Fayette Township building lobby. Read on...
  3. Two volunteers at the Holiday Celebration

    Volunteers needed for Holiday Celebration on Fri. Dec. 6

    Are you an adult or student looking for a fun volunteer opportunity? Sign up to volunteer at the Holiday Celebration in South Fayette on Fri. Dec. 6. Read on...
  4. Officer Mike Kuchta wears a Santa hat with a Presents from Police sign

    Toy drive being held at police station

    Donate new, unwrapped toys to Presents from Police from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. weekdays through Weds. Dec. 18 in the police station lobby, 515 Millers Run Road. Toys benefit kids at UPMC Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh. Read on...
  5. School Bus Safety

    Residents encouraged to call 911 for school bus safety issues

    South Fayette Township Police Chief John Phoennik encourages residents to call 911 for school bus safety issues in his latest blog post. Read Chief's Corner Blog
  6. Police Chief John Phoennik holds AAA plaque for traffic safety award

    Police earn traffic safety award

    The South Fayette Township Police Department has earned a 2019 Community Traffic Safety Gold Award from AAA East Central. Read on...
  7. South Fayette Police Officers

    Join South Fayette Police to Fight Cancer

    Join the South Fayette Township Police Department during No-Shave November to help fight cancer! Grow a beard, wear an #SFAgainstCancer bracelet and/or wear lavender (the color representing all cancers) throughout November. Read on...
  8. Face of Ellie the police bloodhound

    Dog blog highlights how canines help veterans and police officers

    Learn how canines, including our own bloodhound Ellie Faye, help veterans and police officers in a "dog blog" from South Fayette Township Police Chief John Phoennik. Read police chief's dog blog
View All News