To all West Mifflin Residents and Businesses:
As the Borough of West Mifflin prepares to transition into the “Green Phase”, Borough Officials wanted to share what that means for our community. But before we share what that means and will look like, we would like to again thank all of the First Responders, Police, EMS, Fire Departments, Public Works, Borough Administration, and all others who helped, and continue to help, as we navigate through these unprecedented times. We would also like to take a moment to acknowledge how challenging the past few months have been to all of our residents and businesses and express our utmost gratitude and appreciation for all of your efforts during this time. Without your cooperation and understanding, this trying time would have been far more difficult.
While we are all hopeful that the worst is behind us, and as we begin to return to some level of partial normalcy with the “Green Phase” transition, it is important to understand what this means. According to the Governor’s Orders, this phase eases most restrictions by lifting the stay at home and business closure order to allow the economy to strategically reopen while continuing to prioritize public health. It will facilitate a return to a “new normal” for the time being.
Below is information from the State regarding the Green Phase:
|Work & Congregate Setting Restrictions|
With this change, the Borough will be opening up its facilities strategically as we finalize plans to open and operate in a safe environment.
Parks will begin to open once the Green Phase is official. New signage will display rules and guidelines for individuals and groups using the parks and facilities.
Information regarding pavilion rentals and field permits will be made available in the near future.
Again, we would like to thank you all for your support, cooperation, and understanding during these unprecedented times. While we encourage you to get out, start to enjoy the summer, visit our local businesses to help them get back on their feet, we do ask you to do this in a responsible safe manner while following all of the guidelines and recommendations from the State and County Health Agencies. If we all do our part we can still make this a great summer for all the wonderful residents and businesses in our Borough.
Thank you and stay safe!