As you prepare for a long weekend of parades, gardening, swimming and grilling with friends, here is a list of what's closed across the area this Memorial Day weekend and the events to honor and remember this country's heroes. Upload your own photos from Monday's events and parads.
- All , , and municipal offices will be closed Monday
- There will be no school for students
- Bridgeville, Scott and South Fayette libraries will be closed for the holiday
- The U.S. Post Office will not be delivering or collecting mail
- The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation's drivers license and photo center in Chartiers Valley Shopping Center will be closed Saturday and Monday in observance of Memorial Day
- Some Port Authority bus routes will be detoured over the holiday weekend due to parades and other community events. Riders with questions should go to www.portauthority.org or call customer service at 412-442-2000
Memorial Day Events and Parades
: The will meet at the American Legion Post 54 for line-up beginning at 9:30 a.m. The parade will begin at 10 a.m. with a flag-raising ceremony at the Bridgeville War Memorial next to Beinhauer-Fryer Funeral Home. The parade will move down Route 50 and onto Washington Pike in South Fayette. There will be a ceremony at at the end of the parade.
: There will be a ceremony at the municipal complex’s war memorial to pay tribute to any family members of Collier Township residents who were killed during their military service. If you have any such family members, please bring a photo of them to display on the "Honor Board" for ouron May 28 at the Collier Township Municipal Building. For more info, call Barb Riedl at 412-279-8747.
: Come out and participate in . Following the 10 a.m. ceremony at Heidelberg Park’s Military Monuments, light refreshments will be served in the pavilion.
SCOTT: The township’s Memorial Day parade will begin at 11 a.m. at Our Lady of Victory Church on Lindsay Road and weave to Scott Park.
Mt. Lebanon’s new Veterans Memorial near the township park on Morgan Drive will be dedicated Sunday night. The ceremony will begain at 7:30 p.m. as the Mt. Lebanon Veterans' Memorial Flag will be raised. Former Steeler Rocky Bleier will be on hand for the dedication.