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Posted on: September 13, 2019

Police chief addresses cultural diversity in latest blog post

In his latest blog post, South Fayette Township Police Chief John Phoennik discusses the importance of mutual understanding among people with various cultural backgrounds and experiences.

He says that police officers aim to increase their understanding of ...

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Read Chief's Corner Blog Police Department
Posted on: September 5, 2019

Coffee with the police chief set for Thurs. Sept. 19 at Hunting Ridge Meeting House

Coffee with the Chief

Meet South Fayette Township Police Chief John Phoennik to share comments and ask questions. Drop in between 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. Thurs. Sept. 19 at the Hunting Ridge Meeting House, 401 Meeting House Road, South Fayette 15017.

Police webpage Police Department
Posted on: August 29, 2019

Public feedback sought on draft park improvement plan

Soccer field and picnic table

South Fayette Township's draft Comprehensive Recreation Plan (also called Parks Master Plan) now is available for review and public input.

Please complete a brief survey online or in person at the township office, 515 Millers Run Road, by midnight Sat. Oct...

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Draft Plan and Feedback Form Parks & Recreation
Posted on: July 3, 2019

Waste Management leaving notes for customers with contaminated recycling

Waste Management Recycling Contamination Top of Sticky Note 2019

Waste Management is leaving warning notes for customers whose recycling bins are contaminated with non-recyclables or unaccepted items. Bins may not contain garbage, glass or items that are bagged, dirty or wet.

Employees of the waste hauler may leave a wa...

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Recycling information General Township News
Posted on: November 12, 2018

Dog blog highlights how canines help veterans and police officers

Face of Ellie the police bloodhound

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.

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