Butler County Emergency Relief Fund was established in 2005 with United Way and is supported by donors, businesses in the community along with church congregational appeals.
If you need assistance with utilities, rent assistance, an elderly parent, food pantries, temporary financial assistance, DAIL 2-1-1 to speak with a navigator who can connect you to local resources in the area.
It is that time of year for the increase of deer movement. If a deer has been struck and along a State road, please report it to (724)284-8800. If the deer is along a township road, call the PA. Game Commission at (814)432-3187 to report it..
Constructing a garage or shed. Installing a swimming pool for summer time fun. Improving your driveway. These are some of the most common projects that require a permit. Click "permit information" below for additional information. .
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.
Butler County's Environmental Mission is to establish a sustainable community for the health and safety of its residents,and through the Municipal Solid Waste Management Plan, demonstrate governmental leadership and responsibility by promoting waste minimization, resource conservation and pollution prevention practices. Click on the image above to visit the Butler County-wide recycling website for more info.
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502 Bonniebrook Road, Butler, Pennsylvania 16002, United States
Monday thru Friday 9:00am - 4:00pm
Summit Township Municipal Building
502 Bonniebrook Road
Butler, PA 16002
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