SEWAGE TAP-IN FEES
SUPPORT LETTERS NEEDED
Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)
funding enabled Summit Township with the Moran Road project and Carbon
Center Road project. This grant can also be used to help low
income residents with sewage tap-in fees. However, it is a
federally funded program and under consideration to be eliminated.
Please take a moment to send a letter
explaining to Representative Mike Kelly the importance of CDBG funding
for low income residents' sewage tap-in fees and that you would like him
to advocate for this grant. Send your letter to:
101 E. Diamond Street,
Butler, PA 16001
On August 18, 2017 the Township will be attending
a meeting regarding CDBG funding. If you would like the Township
representative to submit your letter personally at the meeting, please
send it to the the township building at 502 Bonniebrook Road, Butler, PA
16002 or just stop in the office or email it to
email@example.com If you have any questions, please call the
township at 724-285-1168.
Your assistance with support letters for CDBG is greatly appreciated.
2017 Reuse, Recycling and Waste Resource Guide can be accessed by
clicking on the Butler County icon.
Summit Township offers at no charge
one recycle bin per household. The bins are available at the
municipal building at 502 Bonniebrook Road. Office hours are 9:00
a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. If you have any
questions, please call 724-285-1168.
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
If a permit is not purchased, the fee
will be doubled.
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.
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
POLICE DEPARTMENT - CALL 911
FIRE DEPARTMENT - CALL 911
ROAD DEPARTMENT - (724) 285-1610
PERMIT ENFORCEMENT - (724) 285-1168