Coronavirus Information

Township of Shaler
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information

Frequently asked questions related to the federal response to COVID-19.

Beginning Friday, March 20 the Shaler Township Business Office will be restricting face-to-face visitors. We are still available to assist residents by phone or email, during our normal business hours of Monday through Friday from 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM. If you must meet with Township Staff, you can gain access to the building by using the doors facing Wetzel Road (follow the sidewalk in front of the Municipal Building). These doors will be unlocked from 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM.

Any property tax payments, or Hampton Shaler Water Authority payments can be placed in the white payment drop box located in the front vestibule of our office.

Our Public Works Department will be operational; however, they will operate on modified duty and take care to limit their exposure to the public.

The Shaler Township Police Department will also be taking care to limit their person-to-person contact and will attempt to handle any non-emergency calls by phone. If an officer does respond to your home, you may be asked to step outside.

We ask that you heed the advice of public health officials and exercise caution and good judgement when visiting public areas, paying particular attention to social distancing and keep washing your hands!

The details of the COVID-19 virus are changing rapidly, and we appreciate the patience of our residents during this time.

Stay safe, everyone!

As reported each day the Coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to be an emerging, rapidly evolving, global pandemic. The Township of Shaler Emergency Management is continuously staying in contact with County, State, and Federal agencies to monitor and disseminate the latest information regarding the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19). As a community we can all take part to help respond to this public health threat.

…it’s a small world. Together we can keep it clean!

Please take a moment to view these weblinks meant to keep you up to date with the FACTS of COVID-19.