Welcome to Buffalo Township!

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

 

*IMPORTANT NOTICE*

“Tentative” Butler-Freeport Trail “RESURFACING” Schedule

(per Brad Jeannerat with JC Lee Construction/Ken Howard with Bankson Engineers as of 6/23/17)

 *The Butler-Freeport Trail will be “OPEN” Friday, 6/23/17 through Monday, 6/26/17*

  JC Lee Construction will be working in the area of the Derailleur Bike Shop on Tuesday, 6/27/17 to finish up rolling/fine tuning and reinstalling the gates down to the Marwood Road Trailhead.  If all goes well (no breakdowns or rainstorms) they will complete that section of the trail on Tuesday, 6/27/17.

 The “TRAIL CLOSED” signs will be posted at Sheetz Drive, Great Belt Road, Jones Road, Keasey Road and Marwood Road until completion of Section 3.

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JC Lee Construction will be working Wednesday, 6/28/17 in section 1, which is the Laneville area in Freeport.  At that time, the Butler-Freeport Trail will be COMPLETELY CLOSED TO ALL PEDESTRIAN/BIKE TRAFFIC” from Laneville in Freeport to Monroe Road (MABT Treatment Plant).  JC Lee Construction will be “Resurfacing and Installing Drainage Pipes” in that area of the Trail.

The “TRAIL CLOSED” signs will be posted at Laneville in Freeport and Monroe Road (MABT Treatment Plant) until completion of Section 1

**THIS SECTION OF THE BUTLER-FREEPORT TRAIL WILL BE COMPLETELY CLOSED TO ALL PEDESTRIAN/BIKE TRAFFIC**

***FOR YOUR SAFETY PLEASE DO NOT BIKE OR WALK” ON THE TRAIL DURING THE TRAIL RESURFACING PROJECT***

  **Please keep checking the website for additional information/updates**

To view the Butler Freeport Trail Repaving Schedule Please Click Here.

The Leaf Drop-off site at Lernerville Speedway is now open.
Drop-off Location
  • Lernerville Speedway, northern end of the parking lot. Follow signs to back of the property.
  • Open from 8am til dusk
  • Site monitored by cameras
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 Home Depot, Lowes or any hardware store.

 

Act 13 PA Public Utility Commission, Unconventional Gas Well Fund Usage Allocation for 2015: $84,737.66.




Order your Reflective Address Marker Now

Contact Sarver Fire Rescue at 724-353-2338

6" x 18" Only $15

Buffalo Township Ordinance requires that you use a reflective address marker on all houses and businesses in the township. This allows emergency responders to provide adequate response time in case of emergency. You can purchase the preferred reflective sign that is endorsed by the Fire Chiefs, Emergency Medical Services, Sheriff's Department, and County Commissioners from the Sarver Volunteer Fire Department. This might save your life!