In recognizing the seriousness of the coronavirus outbreak, the South Union Township Board of Supervisors is developing programming that will be aired on California University TV for both Atlantic Broadbrand customers on Channel 17, and Armstong Cable customers on Channel 61.  Working with our medical community and key local officials, we are attempting to keep the public informed with pertinent informaion on how to respond to the coronavirus.

Acknowledging the magnitude of the coronavirus pandemic, California University has graciously decided to air our exclusive coronavirus programming on a continuous twenty four hour feed on their CalU TV Cable Network.  A special thanks is extended to Gary Smith, Director of CalU TV for his assitance.

On demand viewing of all Covid-19 program published by South Union Township can be found at:

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Program List:

      Dr. Fraser Stokes                                                                     -Questions on the Coronavirus

      Josh Krysak and Dr. Surabhi Gauer                                     -Uniontown Hospital preparations

      Senator Pat Stefano                                                                 -Role of State Government

      Dr. Deborah Molchan                                                              -Psychologist - Dealing with Stress and the Virus

      Dr. Jeffrey James                                                                      -Infectious Disease - In depth discussion on the Virus

      Attorney James T. Davis                                                          -How to apply for various forms of financial assistance

      Roy Shipley, Director                                                               -Fayette Co Emergency Managment - County Preperation


Hard to Recycle

A hard to recycle event is being held April 25, 2020, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Please see the attached flyer for more information.hardtorecycle



Township Newsletter

Our township newsletter should be in your mailbox this week. 

The Supervisors are working to make our township even better!  

Right To Know


Contact information for Agency Open Records Officer and Office of Open Records:  South Union Township, 151 Township Dr, Uniontown, PA  15401  Phone 724-438-5480 Fax 724-438-5598  Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Requests shall be made in writing to the Township Open Records Officer on the appropriate form.  Paper copies shall be 25 cents per page per side.  The Open Records Officer shall review all written requests for access to public records.  The Open Records Officer shall respond to such requests in writing as soon as possible but no later that five (5) business days after receiving the written request to access public records.


Notice to Residents of Heritage Hills, Ridgecrest, and Hunters Ridge

Goodwill of Southwestern PA has moved your recycling pick-up day from the fourth Monday of each month to the third Thursday of each month from this month forward.  Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.  We appreciate your efforts in participating in the recycling program.

Holiday Schedules for Recycling and Garbage

Whenever your recycling pick-up day falls on a holiday, your recyclables will be picked up on the Friday following the holiday. Whenever your garbage pick-up day falls on a holiday, your garbage will be picked up on the next day.

$1.00 per month Recycling Fee

Starting in February, 2017, a $1.00 per month recycling charge will be assessed each household and business within South Union Township.  This charge will be incorporated into residents’ monthly sewage bills.  The charge will cover the operating deficit experienced by Goodwill Industries (the collector of recyclables) along with a portion of this fee that will be used to purchase needed recycling equipment and address other recycling related costs such as new recycling equipment and conducting an educational program.  This fee is necessary due to the ever-increasing operational costs incurred by Goodwill Industries over the past five years.  Goodwill has experienced a budget deficit that is unsustainable and they cannot continue to offer recycle services while losing money. One issue that has led to the financial deficit experienced by Goodwill is because of the lack of participation by residents in the recycling program.  Less recyclable materials are collected, thereby resulting in less income that is generated from the sale of these processed recyclable materials.  A public education program will be instituted in the upcoming months with the specific goal of encouraging all residents to recycle.

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