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COVID-19 – East Deer Township Municipal Access Impacts
PUBLIC NOTICE March 17, 2020: As everyone is aware, the Coronavirus matter is a rapidly evolving situation, Therefore, out of an abundance of caution, East Deer Township will be taking steps to limit the exposure or possible spread of Coronavirus within our municipal operations. We have no greater responsibility than to protect the health, safety and welfare of our community. By limiting public interaction and exposure, we hope to minimize the potential for employee’s illness and maintain proper staffing levels in all departments.
The Township Building, which shares the Police Department, Municipal Offices will remain on restricted access until further notice. Police operations will not be impacted by this policy. Municipal office staff will still be available by phone and email. Payments for the Township Water & Refuse bills will be accepted through mail and via drop box on Bellview Street near the rear entrance.
For all Township Water & Refuse bill payments. Check payments are preferred. If you pay by cash, please pay the exact amount listed on the bill. Any over payment will be applied as a credit to your account. If you are paying with cash, Please put into an envelope. On the front of the envelope indicate how much is in the envelope and your name and address. If you have questions about your payment amount, please contact the office at the information listed below. Thank you for your patience during this process.
From the Code Office. All Building and Code inspections by our third party company BIU are only done for Emergency at this point in time.
Thank you for your patience
East Deer Township Office #: 724-224-3434 ext. 4 | Email: email@example.com
East Deer Police Department Office #: 724-224-3434 ext. 2 | Non-emergency #: 412-473-3056 | EMERGENCY: 911
Declaration of Disaster – Related to COVID-19
March 17, 2020:
East Deer has enacted a Declaration of Disaster – Related to COVID-19. This action was not taken as a result of it being present in our community. There are no known cases of the virus in East Deer Township. This was done at the request of the County Emergency Management Department. The reason for their request is that in the event that we must take action and possibly incur costs associated with the virus that we can move quickly and will possibly be able to be reimbursed as a result of a Federal and State Declaration of Disaster.
The Coronavirus matter is a rapidly evolving situation. Therefore, East Deer Township will be taking steps to limit the exposure or possible spread of the Coronavirus within our Municipal operation. We have no greater responsibility than to protect the health, safety and welfare of our Community.
– Anthony Taliani Jr., President of East Deer Township Commissioners
The East Deer Township Tax Collector’s Office is closed until further notice. Real Estate and Per Capita Taxes will not be taken at the East Deer Municipal Building. All Taxes must be paid by mail only. Call 724-274-5748 if you have any questions. Thank you!
Bernadette Paulovich, East Deer Township Tax Collector 124 Yost Drive Tarentum PA 15084 724-274-5748
MARCH 23, 2020 – Message from Governor Wolf
This afternoon, Governor Wolf issued a Stay-at-Home order for a number of counties, including Allegheny County. There is no curfew in place, but the order goes into place at 8 PM this evening and is in effect for two weeks. This order emphasizes that individuals in the county, to the extent possible, should stay at home and distance themselves from others. There is no change to the life-sustaining businesses and waivers that have previously been in place, or to the requirements for restaurants to limit their operations to take-out and delivery.
Starting Monday, March 30, Deer Lakes will offer free grab-&-go meals twice per week to district families in need of food during this incredibly difficult time. The meals, which can be picked up on Mondays or Wednesdays from 9-11 a.m., are completely free regardless of your financial circumstance or whether or not you have children in our schools.
Also, please remain in your car while picking up food for your loved ones. Our trained and protected staff members will happily bring the food out to you.
In the meantime, please remember that #WeGotThis, so please whenever you can, Stay Calm. Stay Home. Stay Safe.
A food distribution map has been developed to identify available food resources around the county. The map is searchable by a variety of fields, and includes descriptions, eligibility and contact information for many of the sites. It includes school “grab & go” sites, food pantries and other options and is regularly updated. The map can be found at https://tinyurl.com/pghfoodmap. It is also available at bit.ly/ACHDcovid-19 under Help for Residents.
Board of Commissioners Agenda/Monthly Meeting -April 9th 2020 @ 7:30 pm @ Town Hall
Board of Commissioners Agenda/Monthly Meeting – May 14th 2020 @7:30 @ Town Hall
Refuse pick up is on Wednesdays. Only one big item may be put out on the first Wednesday of the month. PLEASE DO NOT PUT REFUSE OUT UNTIL TUESDAY EVENING’S AFTER DUSK. PLEASE MAKE SURE THAT ALL REFUSE IS IN A TRASH CAN.
HOLIDAYS: We close in observance of the following holidays:
New Year’s Day Memorial Day Independence Day Labor Day Thanksgiving Day Christmas Day
If your scheduled collection day falls on or after a weekday holiday, your collection will be 1 day later that week.
If your scheduled collection day falls before a weekday holiday, there will be no change in your collection day.
There is NO CHANGE to collection days during the following weeks:
Martin Luther King Jr. Presidents’ Day Good Friday Easter Columbus Day Veterans Day
HOLIDAY TREES: Will be picked up in the months of December and January. You must remove decorations. Cut tree so the branch spread is no more than 6 ft. across and tree length is no more than 6 ft., and not weighing more than 30 lbs. Only may be put out on the first Wednesday of the month.
*** Please, When walking your dogs keep them on a leash and clean up after them ***
East Deer Township Veteran Banner Program
Honor your Hero!
East Deer Township Veteran Banner Program, honor family or friends with banner with their photo hung for everyone to see. Banners will be 24 x 30 Double sided Tall banners 18 oz single ply with a 3 to 5 year life span. Banner cost is $135.00 plus tax. Banners will be printed by Gray Signs. Print out the information below or call the Chrystal @ the East Deer Township Office for all the information. You will take photo, completed form and payment to Gray Signs.
East Deer Township has been awarded the designation of a
2020 Banner Community
As a result of your outstanding commitment to professional development, prudent fiscal management, transparency, accountability and proactive communications to engage community stakeholders.
2018 Annual Water Departments Consumer Confidence Report
Any questions, please call the office from 9:00 am – 3:00 pm Monday – Friday @ 724-224-3434
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