As a proactive measure due to the Covid-19 (Coronavirus) crisis, the Forest Hills Borough office will close indefinitely to the public and non-essential personnel. The borough does this reluctantly but feels it is necessary to contribute to the self-distancing effort stressed by the CDC and state and local health department officials. The borough’s recreation lodges are also closed.
Staff will continue to work as long as they remain in good health and the borough encourages the public to continue to contact the office during business hours at 412-351-7330 with issues or questions that may arise. The borough continues to provide its usual full services including public safety services and the public works crew will continue its normal duties.
Permits and inspections have been curtailed in compliance with the Governor’s order. Residents may call the Borough Office to get information however, with limited staff we will do our best to fulfill requests but implore your understanding that it may take time to to answer those requests. Citizens may continue to contact the police department for both emergency and non-emergency matters by calling 911. At this time the borough council meeting remains scheduled for 7 PM on March 25th.
A drop box is located at the main entrance to the borough building for payments by check or money order and the borough encourages citizens to continue to use it. Other documents for the borough may be placed there as well. An online payment option is also available through the website.
Forest Hills appreciates your understanding during this difficult time and reminds all to safely check on neighbors and friends.