Covid-19 Information & Updates

COVID-19 PUBLIC MEETING SAFETY PROTOCOLS:  “What you can expect and how you can help maintain a safe environment for vulnerable citizens.”

As of 2/28/2022, the Neville Township Board of Commissioners will no longer require face masks for visitors to the Neville Township Municipal Building.  This policy is based on current CDC and Allegheny County Health Department guideance.

    • Persons who feel more comfortable wearing a mask are welcomed and high risk citizens are encouraged to wear masks.
    • Anyone who has a known COVID-19 exposure or is experiencing COVID-19 symptoms is asked to please wear a mask
    • NEED A MASK?  – JUST ASK! – We provide free masks as needed.
    • If you are ill, have been exposed to someone who is ill and/or have any underlying health condition that makes you especially vulnerable, we will continue to accommodate your needs remotely.  Call us at 412-264-1977 for assistance.
    • Please continue to practice good hygine!  Wash or sanitize your hends often and especially after using the restroom, sneezing or coughing. 

RENT AND UTILITY RELIEF PROGRAMS:  Beginning March 15, 2021, Allegheny County residents who are renting will be able to apply for rent and utility assistance from the Emergency Rental Assistance Program on at http://covidrentrelief.alleghenycounty.usNeville Township is approved for Low Income Household Water Assistance Program.  For inforamation on Utilty Relief Programs, please call the Township or your gas or electric provider.

CORNELL SCHOOL DISTRICT – Free Community Wireless Internet Access:  Cornell School District is pleased to announce the following locations for free community wireless internet access: Cottage Park on Neville Island, Memorial Park on Neville Island, and the Cornell Football Field. Students are also welcome to use Wi-Fi at the picnic tables by the student entrance and pavilion at the school. This was made possible thanks to ITDRC, Pittsburgh MetaMesh, Carnegie Mellon University, and the Township of Neville.  For more information, please contact, Cornell School District, 1099 Maple St. Ext. , Coraopolis, PA 15108, 412-264-5010

STAY UP-TO-DATE ON COVID-19 AND VACCINE INFO: 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, or call ACHD at 412-687-2243 to speak to a department representative. You can sign up for text, email or voicemail alerts at AlleghenyCounty.US/Alerts.  FACEBOOK:  AlleghenyCountyHealth.  TWITTER:  HealthAllegheny.  

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 taking the following actions (Updated 2/28/2022):: 


  • 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..


  • As of 2/28/2022 there are no public meeting restrictions. 
  • Indiviuals who require meeting accomidations should contact the Township at 412-264-1977 no later than 4:00 PM on the date of the meeting.
  • Changes to meetings are posted on the website meeting calendar by date.
  • All changes are publicly advertised in accordance with legal requirements.


  • For the status of community events, please check the Township website calendar for cancellations, date changes, modified event procedures updates and other new information.


  • Parks are open.
  • Park rentals are available.
  • Families are encouraged to practice COVID-19 safety recommendations and to use hand sanitizer when visiting any public place, including Township Parks.