Covid19 Memorandum

McKeesport Drive Thru Testing Site Flyer

The information has been provided by our Emergency Coordinator Darryl Hunt. Updates will be posted when they become available.

PRPS Park and Rec Facility Reopening Guidelines 20200512


No Open Burning During Pandemic

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PA – 20200319-TWW-COVID-19-business-closure-order


3-23-2020 – 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.

Governor Wolfe’s Proclaimation

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The CDC has launched a new “self-checker” on its website that allows individuals to answer a few question, and then offers advice. Most importantly, the tool also provides information on how to care for yourself at home. Visit and click on the orange self-checker box in the lower right hand corner of the page.

Giant Eagle Senior Shopping Hours 3-20-2020

This is a message from Allegheny Alerts. American Dental Association Announcement

U.S. Census Bureau Update 3-18-2020

COVID-19 Stat Repprt 3-17-2020

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The COVID-19 pandemic and its corresponding response from the federal, state, and county governments has resulted in a number of operational changes impacting Allegheny County government. Read about the most recent changes regarding the county parks, jail, elections and law library at

OSHA3990_Preparing workplaces for COVID-19

Steel Valley School District Closure


The Munhall Borough Administration Offices are temporarily closed to members of the public, effective immediately.

The move is in response to Governor Wolf’s strong recommendations to all counties in the Commonwealth regarding the rapidly evolving Covid-19 Coronavirus situation.

For the time being, members of staff are continuing to work in the Borough’s administrative buildings and are available to help members of the public via phone (412-464-7310 x 9), fax (412-464-0462) and email (, 8:00am – 4:00pm, Monday through Friday. To reach the Tax Collector, please call 412-464-7315. To reach the Sewer Authority, please call 412-464-7373. If you call and receive our voice mail, rest assured we will be working to answer your calls, faxes or emails as quickly as possible.

Restricted access to Borough buildings is a pre-emptive move meant to help slow the spread of the virus, and to keep staff and essential personnel healthy and able to provide services to the public. Residents and visitors are asked to use phone, fax or email to contact Borough staff.

We will post regular updates as they are made available to us. Thank you for your patience during this time.

2019 Novel Coronavirus Information


COVID-19 for EMS

Health Department Update on COVID-19 Guidance and Recommendations – Update 3-12-2020

Coronavirus – Tips

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FEMA – Disaster Fact Sheet