CONCERNS ABOUT THE CORONAVIRUS? The Allegheny County Health Department is the best local source for trustworthy, factual information on the Coronavirus. For information regarding COVID-19, including ongoing updates, visit www.alleghenycounty.us/coronavirus, or call ACHD at 412-687-2243 to speak to a department representative.
NEVILLE TOWNSHIP COVID-19 PREVENTION MEASURES. In order to reduce the transmission of the COVID-19 Virus, protect our vulnerable populations and deliver essential public safety services, Neville Township is implementing the following actions:
- Utility payments may be placed in the Township Drop Box. The Drop Box is a BLACK MAIL BOX mounted on the front of the Municipal Building at the 5050 Grand Ave. Entrance. The box is secured by a lock and video camera. The box is checked each business day.
- If paying by cash and requesting a receipt, please indicate this with your payment and a receipt can be mailed. Your cancelled check will serve as receipt of payment.
- Utility payments can be made on-line. To pay on-line, please have your bill present and note the correct account number format using the example on the website.
- The Township will waive late fees and penalties for the invoice dated June 1, 2020.
- Customers are still responsible for payment. Payment plans are available.
- Utility customers will not experience service shut-off during this emergency – UTILITY SHUT-OFFS WILL RESUME ON AUGUST 31, 2020.
- View Neville Township Board of Commissioners COVID-19 Utility Policy here: Neville Township Resolution 772 – COVID-19 Utility Payments
- Until further notice, Public Meetings will be modified to comply with Commonwealth regulations requiring social distancing of six (6) feet and 50% room capacity.
- Please check the meeting calendar for information by date to determine if a meeting is to be held remotely or for any change in meeting location. All changes will also be publicly advertised in accordance with legal requirements.
- All Meetings will be conducted in accordance with the following COVID-19 Public Meeting Safety Protocols
- ALL PERSONS WILL BE REQUIRED TO WEAR A MASK WHILE PARTICIPATING IN PUBLIC MEETINGS. If you do not have access to a mask one will be provided for your use.
- SOCIAL DISTANCING BE REQUIRED – ALL PERSONS SHOULD MAINTAIN A DISTANCE OF SIX (6) FEET OR MORE.
- All persons entering the building will be required to wash or sanitize their hands and again after using the restroom sneezing or coughing.
- If you are ill, have been exposed to someone who is ill within the last 14 days, and/or have any underlying health condition that makes you especially vulnerable, please stay home.
- The public Meeting Room will be limited to 50% capacity and by the number of persons who can safely enter while maintaining social distancing.
- If the room reaches capacity, you will be asked to wait outside of the building. Persons wishing to provide public comment will be admitted as persons exit and space becomes available.
- We strongly encourage sick and healthy persons to stay home and to take advantage of other alternatives to participate in public meetings and to provide public comments and questions. Please call 412-264-1977 to discuss your needs.
- No handshakes and other physical conduct should be limited.
- No food or beverages will be permitted.
- Please keep personal items to a minimum and disinfect your phone or other items brought into the building.
- The Township reserves the right to refuse admittance to anyone not wearing a mask or exhibiting signs of illness.
- For the status of community events, please check the Township website calendar for cancellations, date changes, modified event procedures updates and other new information.
- STREET SWEEPING ENFORCEMENT RESUMED ON WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 2020.
- All vehicles and trailers must be moved during the two-hour window posted on the street or see the website Street Sweeping Tab for complete program information.
- Parks are open; however, families are encouraged to practice safe social distancing recommendations and use hand sanitizer when visiting any public place, including our parks.
- The Township WILL NOT be routinely sanitizing playground equipment and other park surfaces. Residents are encouraged to avoid surfaces and / or to self-clean prior to use.
- Restroom facilities will remain closed.
- Park rentals are available.