157 Great Belt Road, Butler, PA 16002
Phone: 724-352-2324

Fax: 724-352-8850    Maintenance Garage: 724-352-4740

Hours: Monday thru Thursday - 7:30am-4:30pm (Closed Fridays)

General Announcements

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Thanksgiving Holiday

The Township Office will be closed on Wed 11/27, Thurs 11/28 and Fri 11/29.  We will be back in the office on Mon 12/2. Happy Thanksgiving!

CENSUS TAKERS NEEDED

 Apply on-line at www.gsa.gov/fedrelay OR Call 1-855-JOB-2020  (1-855-562-2020); 2020 Census jobs provide:  Great Pay, Flexible Hours, Weekly Pay, Paid Training.

Utility Scam Awareness Week - Nov 12-23

The attached news release contains valuable information and tips for businesses and residents regarding scams. Take a moment to view the award-winning video "Hang Up, Don't Pay Up: When a Scammer Calls" (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WO1Hwnig31Q)
Share this email with businesses or residents that may benefit from knowing this information.

FirstEnergy maintains a SCAM information page on the website: https://www.firstenergycorp.com/…/scam-info/known-scams.html

Never dial the phone number the scammer provides - West Penn Power & Penn Power phone numbers are printed on your bill.

West Penn Power
24 Hours a Day - 1-888-544-4877
Customer Service - 1-800-686-0021
Payment Options - 1-800-736-3404

Penn Power
24 Hours a Day - 1-888-544-4877
Customer Service - 1-800-720-3600
Payment Options - 1-800-774-1674

Know these important tips:
• Customers who are behind on their accounts receive written notices of a possible disconnection and how to prevent it. FirstEnergy representatives will not call or email demanding immediate payment to avoid a same-day shutoff.
• While FirstEnergy representatives often make courtesy calls to customers to remind them about an outstanding balance, they would explain how a payment can be made using the established payment options. They would never require a customer to purchase a pre-paid money card as the only acceptable means of payment.
• FirstEnergy employees do not contact customers to request sensitive information such as social security numbers or bank account information.
• Scammers often use Caller ID spoofing software to misrepresent the source of a phone call to further mislead and confuse their targets. Call-back numbers provided by these criminals often use greetings and hold messages that mimic legitimate businesses.
• If customers have any doubts about the status of their electric service, they should call their utility company using the customer service phone number listed on the FirstEnergy website or printed on their invoice. Never dial the phone number the scammer provides.
• Customers who suspect a scam should hang up the phone or close the door and call the local police then FirstEnergy.

Realizing scammers feed off people’s fear of losing heat in the cold weather, FirstEnergy and dozens of other electric and gas companies are banding together for Utility Scam Awareness Week, held Nov. 17-23, to prevent customers from falling victim to scams this season. The annual awareness week is organized by Utilities United Against Scams – a group consisting of more than 100 utilities and related organizations – to educate the public about the ever-growing list of scams targeting utility customers.

WIC (Women Infants and Children) benefits in Butler County

Here is a link detailing how some residents may qualify for WIC (Women Infants and Children) benefits in Butler County. Please go to their website for more details. 

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