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Mt. Lebanon Emergency Management, in cooperation with St. Clair Hospital, Medical Rescue Team South and the Mt. Lebanon School District, is closely monitoring the COVID-19 situation and will advise the public of any recommended actions. Please bookmark this page as we will update it as necessary. To report an emergency, call 9-1-1. For general questions, call our switchboard at 412-343-3400 from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays. Visit the RESOURCES tab for a list of common reasons to visit municipal offices and what you can do instead.

Tuesday, January 26, 2021

Updated 12:15 p.m.

This is the COVID-19 Daily Update from the Allegheny County Health Department (ACHD) for January 26, 2021.

In the last 24 hours, 282 new cases were reported to the Health Department. Of these, 219 are confirmed cases from 1,103 new PCR tests. There are 63 probable cases. New cases range in age from 8 months to 95 years with a median age of 41 years. The dates of positive tests ranged from December 23 to January 25. One positive test is more than a week old.

There was one new death reported. The date of death was January 15. The person was in their 80s, and the death was associated with a long-term care facility.

For a current look at hospitalization data in Allegheny County (although not specific to Allegheny County residents), visit the state’s dashboard at Select the “Hospital Preparedness” tab from the bottom of the page and then choose Allegheny County from the dropdown.

The age groups of the newly-reported cases follow:

00-04 - 6
05-12 - 10
13-18 - 16
19-24 - 29
25-49 - 110
50-64 - 58
65+ - 53

The genders of the newly reported cases follow:

Female - 153
Male - 129

Since March 14, there have been 67,711 cases of COVID-19 in Allegheny County residents, 4,044 hospitalizations and 1,270 deaths.

Visit the county’s dashboard at for information on cases, testing and outcomes.

To see data on cases in Mt. Lebanon click here and then hover over Mt. Lebanon in the map. lebo cases

The County COVID-19 hotline, which answers 24/7: 1-888-856-2774.

Allegheny County is adding more raw data for the public to view, with specific information on tests, cases and deaths, including breakout information by municipality. It is updated daily at 1:30 p.m. :

Thursday, January 21, 2021

Updated 9:00 p.m.

The Mt. Lebanon Public Library will resume in-person services on Monday, January 25. For hours and other detailed information, visit:

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Tuesday, January 19, 2021

Updated 10:30 a.m.

Vaccine information from the Allegheny County Health Department:

The Allegheny County Health Department continues to follow the phases set forth at the federal and state level to complete as many of Phase 1 vaccinations as quickly as possible. Our region has a higher than average number of people who fall into Phase 1A just because we are home to so many health systems and related practices. The department has been managing requests from those entities since late December. As of this morning, there are still 2,269 organizations representing approximately 57,500 employees which are in Phase 1A awaiting vaccination.

The allocation of vaccines from the Federal government are fluctuating each week, and the County has been unable to receive larger allocations to this point, which is also increasing the time it is taking to get through Phase 1A.

The County is asking for your patience. Talk with your healthcare provider about whether you are a candidate for vaccine. Continue wearing a mask, washing your hands, and physical distancing. And, please, avoid social gatherings, even small gatherings, which can spread COVID-19.

As more information and vaccine becomes available to the County, they will make announcements of each phase and provide detail on how you can receive your vaccination once your phase is reached.

Saturday, January 2, 2021

Updated 2:45 p.m.

Governor Wolf has indicated he will lift the temporary mitigation order effective Monday, January 4. See the details of this action here.

Do you have questions about the State's updated masking order? Bet they are answered here.

Wednesday, December 23, 2020

Updated 4:35 p.m.

The Allegheny County Health Department has compiled a large amount of vaccine information. Read it here.

Wednesday, December 16, 2020

Updated 4:08 p.m.

For a clearinghouse of information on the COVID vaccine, including frequently asked questions and safety information, go to:

Friday, December 4, 2020

Updated 1:20 p.m.

St. Clair Hospital has again instituted restricted visitation. For details:

Wednesday, November 25, 2020

Updated 10:15 a.m.

All Commission meetings after November 24 will be held remotely until further notice. But you have plenty of ways to participate.

If you would like to participate in the meeting live, as it happens, you can join via the Zoom platform either on your computer or on your phone. To be admitted, go to and go to "trending now" where you will see an item called "commission meeting remote participation info." Alternately, you can go to There you will find a link to register for both the discussion meeting, which starts at 6:30 and the regular meeting, which starts at 8. Register for EACH meeting you wish to attend. You may also check the box in the registration form to indicate whether you want to speak in citizens comments FOR THE REGULAR MEETING ONLY or in any public hearings. You must first state your name and address and you will have a maximum of five minutes to speak. Please make sure you have the most recent version of Zoom installed to be able to speak.

If you are not able to attend and you have a comment, you may send your comment via email to Julie Garrubba at and your comments will be read into the record of the meeting. Again, you will need to give your name and address along with your comments, which need to be able to be read in the five minute time allowance.

Finally, you may drop off written comments to be read into the record. Make sure your comments include your name and address and take them to the customer service center in the Municipal Building, 710 Washington Road and mark them COMMISSION MEETING COMMENTS, ATTN: JULIE GARRUBBA.

All comments and registrations must be completed by NOON the day of the meeting to be included.

Monday, November 23, 2020

Updated 4:23 p.m. 

Pennsylvania American Water has extended its suspension of water service shutoffs and late fees until after March 31, 2021 for all customers, both residential and non-residential. The company urges customers who are facing financial hardship to seek financial assistance immediately by contacting Pennsylvania American Water or calling 1-800-565-7292. Please do not wait until a shut-off is looming to contact them. To learn more about the company’s customer assistance program, you may want to check out their new educational video.

Wednesday, July 8, 2020

Updated 9:10 a.m.

The Municipal Building, 710 Washington Road, is open to the public Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. for tasks that cannot be handled online. Most questions you have or paperwork you need to file can be done online at We ask that you check there first before coming in. Tax bills and other payments can be made in the boxes on the outside of the building.

If you do need to come inside, masks are required (unless you have a health condition that prohibits it) and will be provided to you if you do not have one. Physical distancing of at least six feet between other building guests and staff is also required. The lobby is open with an information kiosk and phone list so you can complete your tasks with the least amount of contact with others, to protect the safety of our visitors and staff.  Please observe all posted signs and warnings. We do reserve the right to re-close facilities if we find public behavior to be detrimental to health and safety. We appreciate all your contributions to keeping Mt. Lebanon safe.

Thursday, July 2, 2020

Updated 3:21 p.m.

Please note that masks are required in all municipal facilities and you must observe physical distancing of at least six feet. Please cover all sneezes and coughs with your elbow and properly wash hands or use sanitizer.

The municipality will continue to carefully monitor the public behavior and COVID-19 cases. If the public is not in compliance or if cases continue to rise, we may close facilities once again. We are in this together! Thank you!

Monday, April 13, 2020

Updated -9:20 a.m.

Mt. Lebanon and Dormont residents in need of help as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic can get assistance from Neighborhood Aid, a newly organized group of municipal and borough staff and volunteers. 

A call to 412-253-4104, weekdays from 9 to 5, or a visit to will connect residents with a customer service representative versed in the vast array of available services, including help with obtaining food and medication, financial assistance, business resources and general information. Volunteers also are available for errands for those who cannot or should not leave their homes to get urgently needed supplies. 

The service is free, although residents are expected to pay for any purchases requested. The service will continue as long as the need exists.

Friday, April 3, 2020

Updated - 3:25 p.m.

In a meeting with Mt. Lebanon emergency medical services professionals today, we learned that medics are seeing patients who are waiting too long to call an ambulance for critical medical issues because they are concerned with catching COVID-19 at the hospital. Kaitlin Shotsberger, St. Clair Hospital’s executive director of quality care and management, says patients should absolutely call 9-1-1 if they are having a medical emergency and that the hospital is taking steps to ensure COVID-19 patients are separated from others having medical issues.

She also noted the hospital’s triage line, 412-942-2600, is available weekdays, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., to help and direct patients who feel they might have the disease. People who suspect they have COVID-19 should not report to the hospital without calling their personal physician, hospital triage or 9-1-1 first.

Monday, March 16, 2020

Updated - 1:45 p.m.

The Mt. Lebanon police and fire departments shared detailed information about current practice and some changes to usual procedures during the COVID-19 outbreak. In order to keep the community and our first responders safe, please follow these directions until further notice:

1. For emergency calls, where a person’s personal safety or property are immediately endangered, call 9-1-1 right away. Officers will continue to promptly respond to the scene in a manner appropriate to the emergency. Always call 9-1-1 to report emergency situations.

2. For reports of previous crimes, suspicious behavior (not currently occurring), information requests, general complaints and similar needs, please call 9-1-1. The dispatcher will provide the details to an officer who will screen the call to determine the appropriate response. For circumstances that may not require a face-to-face interaction, an officer will call the complainant by phone to see if the request for police assistance or information can be handled by phone.

3. We strongly discourage walk-in complaints at the Public Safety Center. As a precaution, the Public Safety Center has been locked down to exclude visitors and other non-essential personnel. If it is necessary to visit the Public Safety Center to meet with a police officer or firefighter, please follow the instructions posted at the rear entrance to the facility.

4. To request a copy of a police report, please call our records department at 412-343-4143, Monday through Friday between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m.

5. To request a copy of a Pennsylvania State Reportable Crash Report, please visit: All reports for Mt. Lebanon reportable crashes, which involve an injury or vehicle that requires a tow, are available for download at this website.

6. Fingerprinting services, child safety seat installations and public safety center tours are suspended indefinitely. If you need to be fingerprinted, find an authorized "IdentoGO" location at

7. For drivers who were previously issued a warning notice by an MLPD officer and need to show proof that the item was corrected, please respond to the rear parking lot of the Public Safety Center and call 9-1-1. Remain in the parking lot, in your car and an officer will respond to assist you.

8. If you need to speak with a firefighter for a non-emergency reason, call 412-343-3402.