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Hours: Monday thru Thursday - 7:30am-4:30pm (Closed Fridays)
Bonniebrook Road will be closed for construction from Route 422 to S.R. 356 / 6 a.m. – 6 p.m. / Monday through Friday / starting May 18, 2020 through July 3, 2020
The Pennsylvania Department of Human Services has created the Access to Food survey. This survey will give better understanding to the Department and sister-agencies to address the needs of residents across the commonwealth. Please do your part in taking the survey.
The Township is endeavoring at public meetings to limit attendance to protect Township residence and the possible spreading of the virus. Please read the latest on how the township will be handling this.
There are many 2020 Census jobs available (totaling 400,000 nationwide). Training is provided and compensation starts at $20 per hour. Information on open positions is available at census.gov.
The Butler County Complete Count Committee is a diverse group of volunteers from all over the County operating under the leadership of the County of Butler Economic Development and Planning Commission. There is room for you at this table! If you are interested in joining the Committee, or helping in any other capacity, please reach out to Sherry Sholes at SSholes@co.butler.pa.us or call 724-284-5300 for more information.
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.
At Pennsylvania American Water we work hard every day to deliver clean, safe, reliable, and affordable water services because our customers deserve nothing less. We wanted to inform you of measures we are taking to assist our customers and employees during the COVID-19 crisis.
Effective immediately, the company's ten electric utilities have taken action to maintain reliable service to customers by discontinuing power shutoffs for customers who are past due on their electric bills. This action will also help limit in-person interactions between company employees and the public. FirstEnergy will continue to monitor the coronavirus response situation and adjust the shutoff policy in the future as circumstances develop.
Community Partnership and Penn State University Extension Master Gardeners are partnering to bring Seed to Supper to Butler, in order to support more food secure communities; increasing access to garden produce to provide healthier food choices. The curriculum focuses on low budget home gardening strategies and provides a facilitator for making connections among community program partners (host agencies) and between program participants. The beginning gardening course gives novice gardeners the tools they need to connect with others in the community, grow in confidence and successfully grow a portion of their own food on a limited budget. This program is open to individuals and families whose household income falls at or below 125% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines.
Please feel free to contact Sandy at (724)431-3623 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org for any questions or to apply to the class.
We love our community, so feel free to visit during normal business hours.