The City of Greensburg is modifying its operations while continuing to provide essential municipal services to residents while also protecting City employees and residents.
Some services will be limited or suspended to protect employee and citizen health to promote social distancing starting Wednesday, March 18. The City is working with Federal and State Agencies, the Westmoreland County Department of Public Safety and many public and private organizations to help mitigate the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Effective Wednesday, March 18, and until further notice, all City of Greensburg buildings will be closed to the public to limit interactions that could lead to the transmission of COVID-19. City personnel will continue to work on the day to day operations, including Public Works services, processing payment for municipal services, accepting and reviewing permit applications and plans, and providing law enforcement and emergency management services.
City Hall, Mt. Odin Golf Course and Driving Range, Kirk S. Nevin Arena, Thomas Lynch Field Complex, and all parks and recreation facilities will be closed to the public.
Any person who needs to drop off any materials to City Hall, such as a payment or Planning Department application may do so dropping them at the City’s drop box in an envelope, located at the Police Dispatch window on the Police Department side of City Hall. Materials can also be mail to the City at 416 South Main Street, Greensburg, PA 15601.
In general, and especially when preparing any materials for delivery to the City, please observe appropriate hand washing hygiene, coughing and sneezing practices.
In the case of an emergency, please call 911.
Questions concerning City services as a result of this temporary operation change, please contact the City at email@example.com or 724-838-4324. (email communication is preferred at this time)