A global crisis has descended upon all of us. Things continue to progress daily with restrictions and updates concerning COVID-19 Pandemic. In this time of anxiety and confusion communication has never been more important.

The Borough of Canonsburg is taking preventive measures to help protect the health and safety of our community due to the concerns about the coronavirus. Currently, the Borough is following procedures set forth by the Pennsylvania Department of Health and the Centers for Disease Control. 

For more information please visit the PA Dept. of Health’s resources HERE.

Because of this, Borough Offices will be CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC until further notice.  Only authorized personnel will be allowed in the building.  

The Borough will continue essential daily functions; however, on-site staff will be reduced.  Staff will be checking emails and voice mail messages daily.  Please email, mail or call the Borough with your business needs. Business hours are Monday – Friday 8 am – 4 pm.   Please check our website for contact names, email addresses, forms and other information you may need. 

The Borough will not be issuing any building permits and will not be accepting any variance, subdivision, land development or zoning use applications to the Planning Commission or Zoning Hearing Board. 

The Public Works Department is on call only. They will come out for emergencies.

The Police Department will continue to be fully staffed.  Officers will continue to respond when a person’s safety or property are in immediate danger.  Non-emergency calls will be handled by phone as much as possible. If you encounter an emergency, please dial 911.

Parking Enforcement will be suspended until further notice. This move was taken to reduce interactions with the public and for everyone’s safety.  

Town Park equipment, facilities and pavilions will be temporarily closed until further notice. Town Park (open air spaces) will be open.

On behalf of Council, and the employees of the Borough of Canonsburg, thank you for your understanding and patience as we adapt to these rapidly changing circumstances.

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