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ROAD CONSTRUCTION NOTICE: Road paving construction will commence on McKees Rocks/Steubenville Pike Road in June 2016 from Clever Road to the Robinson Township Line. No detours during construction are needed; traffic will be maintained during all operations.
ORDINANCES 446 & 325 DESIGNATE CERTAIN STREETS THAT PARKING IS RESTRICTED ON THE FOLLOWING ROADS DURING PERIODS OF EMERGENCIES AND/OR SPECIAL CONDITIONS SUCH AS SNOW: Brandon Way, Connie Park Drive, Cortland Drive, N. Vireo Drive, Mallard
Drive, Tanager Drive, Barbara Drive, Firethorn Drive, Sundance Drive, Windriver Drive, Brentwood Drive, Brentwood Drive, Cabindale Drive, Midway Drive and McArthur Way. Failure to obey the ordinance will subject the offender to prosecution.
ORDINANCE NO. 489 – AN ORDINANCE FOR PUBLIC SAFETY RELATING TO THE REMOVAL OF SNOW AND ICE FROM PUBLIC SIDEWALKS. This Ordinance was enacted June 11, 2013. Requires all home owners and businesses to maintain clean sidewalks in front of their residence/establishment. For complete test of the ordinance, go to “Ordinances” on the home page.
VISIT THE NEWLY INSTALLED LIFE TRAIL FACILITY go to Parks & Recreation page.
Garbage Pick Up (Note: Recycle bin cost has increased from $8 to $9) Newspaper recycling depository bin is at the Church of Jesus Christ parking lot, 227 Herbst Road. Under the auspices of State Regulations, residents are required by Ordinance to participate in garbage & recycling collection by the Township contractor, Valley Waste Services, 724-843-9373. Using any other means of disposal, including burning, is prohibited and violators are subject to prosecution.
Visit the Penn State Public Events site for gardening and related subjects: http://extension.psu.edu/allegheny
PREMISE ALERT REGISTRATION FORMS: Kennedy Township Police Department in conjunction with Allegheny County District Attorney’s office, has available Premise Alert Registration Forms. Persons can register their children, parents or siblings with special needs for whom they are acting as caregivers. The forms are completed by the caregivers and given to their respective police department to be faxed to the 911 dispatch center. Information provided by the caregiver will appear before the dispatcher when an emergency call is made from the residence of the caregiver. The 911 dispatcher can then alert first responders as to any pertinent information concerning a special needs resident [whether the person is nonverbal, blind, deaf, where they tend to wander, etc.] Also in the packet given to residents are reflective stickers indicating the presence of a special needs person. These stickers can be placed on or near the front door of homes. The District Attorney’s office also has inexpensive locking devices and alarms, service dogs for autistic persons, as well as Project Lifesaver tracking devices. The more information on a special needs person we have, the better we are to serve and assist. For further information, contact Kennedy Township Police Department at 412-331-2408.