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ABOUT BUFFALO TOWNSHIP

The Leaf Drop-off site at Lernerville Speedway is now ``Open``.

**Reminder:  DEP mandates that all households and businesses in Buffalo Township participate in the recycling program**

**Girl Scouts have a Recycling Location at the Township Building for glass, aluminum and metal items only.  

**If you are in need of a “Recycling Bin”, please stop by the Township Office and pick one up.


Leaf Drop-Off at Lernerville Speedway is “ONLY OPEN” when signs are posted!!!

Drop off location:
Northern end of the Lernerville Speedway Parking Lot
Follow the Signs to the back side of the property.
Hours:  8:00 am – Dusk
Please note:  Leaves Only!!!
  • No twigs, branches, or garden debris
Leaves should be loose or in Biodegradable Bags
  • No plastic bags
  • Biodegradable bags can be purchased at Walmart, Home Depot, Lowes, Sarver True Value or any hardware store

**THE SITE IS BEING MONITORED – ALL VIOLATORS WILL BE PROSECUTED**

 

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Local Government services

In case of emergency, call 911!

The police depatment is located inside the Municipal Building.

For non emergencies please call 724-295-9500.

Volunteer Fire Departments
The Buffalo Township Supervisors have designated Buffalo Township Volunteer Fire Company and Sarver Volunteer Fire Company as the Fire Departments that provide emergency service for Buffalo Township. Both departments work together to provide emergency service for residents of Buffalo Township through Butler County 911.
These fire departments operate through a volunteer force and are always in need of new individuals willing to serve their community. If interested please contact the stations. Ask yourself: if not you, then who?

Dial 911 for Emergency Service; do not call the Departments directly.

Buffalo Township Volunteer Fire Company
BVFC is located in the northeastern part of the township just off Route 356 along Sarver road. It is next to the Sarver Trail Head on the Butler-Freeport trail.

Sarver Volunteer Fire Company
SVFC is located in the southwestern part of the township just off Ekastown Road on Elliot Road.

Freeport Volunteer Fire Department
FVFD supports the residents of Buffalo Township by assisting Buffalo Township VFC and Sarver VFC as requested. Organized in 1916, Freeport VFD remains committed to serving the residents of Freeport and surrounding communities.

Saxonburg Volunteer Fire Company
SVFC supports the residents of Buffalo Township by assisting Buffalo Township VFC and Sarver VFC as requested.

Herman Volunteer Fire Company
HVFC supports the residents of Buffalo Township by assisting Buffalo Township VFC and Sarver VFC as requested.

South Buffalo Township Volunteer Fire Department
SBVFC supports the residents of Buffalo Township by assisting Buffalo Township VFC and Sarver VFC as requested.

Fawn Township Volunteer Fire Department
FTVFC supports the residents of Buffalo Township by assisting Buffalo Township VFC and Sarver VFC as requested.

EMS
Emergency Medical Services (EMS) 

The Buffalo Township Supervisors have designated Freeport EMS and Saxonburg EMS as the Emergency Medical Service providers for Buffalo Township. Both services work together to provide emergency service for residents of Buffalo Township through Butler County 911.

Dial 911 for Emergency Service; do not call the Departments directly.

Freeport EMS
Freeport EMS is licensed by the Pennsylvania Department of Health as an Advanced Life Support Ambulance and has two ALS ambulances available to serve the residents of Buffalo Township. Organized in 1941, Freeport EMS continues to innovate with the latest technology to assure that Paramedics are available to serve the residents of Freeport and surrounding communities.

Saxonburg EMS
Saxonburg’s Ambulance responds to approximately 2500 emergency medical calls annually. They cover approximately 75 square miles in Jefferson Township, Clinton Township, Winfield Township, Buffalo Township, and Saxonburg Borough. They operate three, fully-equipped Advanced Life Support ambulances and offer mutual aid assistance to the areas of Northern Allegheny County and southern Butler

The Municipal Authority provides public water and sewage for the township.

Ordinances

Recycling

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Zoning

Act 13 PA Public Utility Commission,

Unconventional Gas Well Fund Usage Allocation for 2015: $84,737.66.