Summit Township
Butler County, Pennsylvania

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Welcome to Summit Township

 

 

Senior Citizen Snow Removal

Many senior citizens can no longer shovel snow.  If you would be interested in shoveling snow for a senior citizen, please call the township office at 724-285-1168 to submit your contact information.  Thank you for your willingness to help with this need.

 

Winter Reminders

Here are a couple of quick reminders for winter maintenance.

 

Snow Removal

To prevent a hazard, do not push snow back onto the road.

 

Parking

It is unlawful to park on township roads during the months of October through March.  Cars must be eight feet from the road in order for the road department to remove snow to the edge of the pavement.  Violators may be cited.

 

Mailboxes

The township is not responsible for damage to mailboxes that are in the township's right-of-way. Mailbox post must be behind the ditch line and the minimum of two fee off the road.  To avoid problems, please place the mailbox as far off the road as possible yet still permitting access for the mail carrier.

 


Home Improvement Funds Available

 

The Redevelopment Authority of the County of Butler has received a residential housing rehabilitation grant.  If you are in need of home improvements such as a furnace, roof and new windows but cannot afford these items. This grant may enable you to get these much needed repairs. 

 

For further information and income requirements, please contact Kathy Miller at 724-287-6797.

 


Township Information

Driveway Requirements

All alterations to existing driveways and all new driveways require a $75.00 permit.  An initial inspection by the Township Roadmaster must be completed before any work can begin and a final inspection when the project is complete.  For the driveway diagram, please proceed to the "Permit" tab at the top of the page.

 

If a permit is not purchased, the fee will be doubled.

Recycling
Green plastic recycling bins are available from the township. The bins are available to township residents at no cost. Residents can get up to two bins. The bins are available for pickup at the township building Monday-Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Each resident is responsible to contact their waste hauler for pickup of your recycle items. Summit Township does not make arrangements for pickup of your recyclables.

Deer Removal
If there is a dead deer along a State Highway, please call PennDOT at (724)284-8800 to report the location of the deer. If the dead deer is on a township road, call the PA. Game Commission at (814)432-3187 to report the location.
 

Quick Contacts

POLICE DEPARTMENT - CALL 911
FIRE DEPARTMENT - CALL 911
ROAD DEPARTMENT - (724) 285-1168
PERMIT ENFORCEMENT - (724) 285-1168

 

 

Quick Links

BUTLER AREA MULTI-MUNICIPAL PLAN

BUTLER CITY FARM MARKET
BUTLER FREEPORT COMMUNITY TRAIL
BUTLER LIBRARY SYSTEM
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
CITY OF BUTLER

DOWNTOWN BUTLER

 

Township Facts

Summit Township is a township in Butler County, Pennsylvania, United States. The population was 4,884 at the 2010 census. According to the United States Census Bureau, the township has a total area of 22.3 square miles (57.9 km), of which, 22.3 square miles (57.7 km) of it is land and 0.04 square miles (0.1 km) of it (0.18%) is water.

The unemployment rate in Summit township (Butler county) is 7.30 percent (US avg. is 10.20%). Recent job growth is Negative. Summit township (Butler county) jobs have Decreased by 4.28 percent.
 

Summit Township (Butler County) public schools spend $5,187 per student. The average school expenditure in the U.S. is $5,678. There are about 16.4 students per teacher in Summit Township (Butler County).
 

 

 

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