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MUDDY CREEK TOWNSHIP OFFICE HOURS 

MONDAY:  8:30 - 4:00
TUESDAY: 8:30 - 4:00
WEDNESDAY:  8:30 - 4:00
THURSDAY: 8:30 - 4:00
FRIDAY:  Closed

OFFICE CLOSURE
As the COVID - 19 virus and it's impact continue to evolve and develop, the Muddy Creek Township Board of Supervisors remains committed to the health and safety of the employees and the community.
THE TOWNSHIP OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC UNTIL APRIL 15, 2020 but we will continue to provide services to the community by phone, fax, email and mail.
Please use the drop box, located near the entrance of the township building to drop off documents.

Due to the Governor Wolf's order of the clousre of al non life sustaining businesses in Pennsylvania, the Muddy Creek Township Planning Commission meeting scheduled for April 7, 2020 has been postponed and will be rescheduled as expeditiously as possible when circumstances permit.

Thank you for your support and understanding during this time.


CONTACT US:
ADDRESS:  420 Stanford Road, Prospect, Pa 16052

Phone:  724-368--3438
Fax:  724-368-3432

EMAIL:  muddycreektownship@zoominternet.net

Visit us on the web:
Muddycreektwp.com
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WANT TO EARN SOME EXTRA MONEY....THE US CENSUS BUREAU is are actively recruiting/hiring for the many field operations that must be completed prior to Census Day April 1, 2020.
https://www.census.gov/newsroom/press-releases/2018/recruiting-begins-2020.html
 
There are many field operations to complete prior to Census Day April 1, 2020. Apply now.
Apply here:  https://2020census.gov/jobs
 

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Every 10 years since 1790, the United States has undertaken the momentous task of counting all of its residents. This is your chance to play a role.
 
Apply here:  https://2020census.gov/jobs
 
Thank you,
  
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Cranberry Area Census Office
U.S. Census Bureau
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Portersville FOOD PANTRY

The food pantry is located at 228 East Portersville Road, Portersville, Pa  16051
"WINTER GIVE OUT"  is the first Tuesday following the first Monday of each month.  
If you have questions or need more information please contact Cindy Burns at 724-368-9532.

COVID - 19 VIRUS
Butler County Emergency Operations Center activated ESF #15 External Affairs/Public Inquiry Phone Number 724-431-0982 for information regarding COVID -19.
For Human Service needs, 
please contact 2-1-1

Governor Wolf  (Click here for the Order) and Department of Health Secretary Levine (Click here for the order) 
ordered the closure of all non-life-sustaining businesses in Pennsylvania. A list of business types that would be affected by this order is (Click Here).

As a result of these concerns, the Wolf Administration announced a waiver process for any company that believes they should be considered a life-sustaining-business. Business owners can apply for a waiver at this email address: RA-dcexemption@pa.gov. Business owners can address questions about whether they need to close by emailing ra-dcedcs@pa.gov.

Businesses and non-profits who have suffered economic losses during the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak can consider applying for low-interest loans through the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA). Additional information is available by contacting SBA’s disaster assistance customer service center by calling 1-800-659-2955 (TTY: 1-800-877-8339) or e-mailing disastercustomerservice@sba.gov.

Help for Businesses & Employees Affected by Governor’s Mandated Closures
Assistance Available for Employees Affected by COVID-19

Pennsylvanians who are unable to work because of the COVID-19 coronavirus may be eligible for Unemployment or Workers’ Compensation benefits.
Unemployment Compensation is available for employees whose employer temporarily closes, goes out of business due to COVID-19 or reduces hours due to COVID-19. Eligibility is also extended to employees who are told not to work, have been told to self-isolate or quarantine to prevent the spread of the virus.
UC call centers are experiencing extremely high call volumes, so claimants are encouraged to get help by email at uchelp@pa.gov, or via UC LiveChat.
Employees who have been exposed to COVID-19 in their workplace could also be eligible for Workers’ Compensation.
More details about benefits for affected employees are available here.

Emergency Food Assistance Available During Coronavirus Mitigation

Individuals who are out of work due to the coronavirus can seek emergency food assistance at local food banks. Many food banks, pantries, shelters and soup kitchens are offering special drive-through services to limit close personal contact.
A list of food banks and additional guidance from the Department of Agriculture is available here.

Many schools are continuing to offer meals for students. More information on how schools are adjusting to mitigation efforts is available here.

Guidance Offered to Help Older Pennsylvanians; PACE Requirements Relaxed; PTRR Deadline Extended

The Pennsylvania Department of Aging recently issued guidance to help older adult day centers, adult protective services, and senior centers continue to meet the needs of older adults while coronavirus mitigation measures remain in effect. These guidelines are available here.
The department is also relaxing restrictions in the PACE program that require a person to use 75 percent of their medication before seeking a refill. Enrollees who wish to receive that exception must have their pharmacy provider contact PACE at 1-800-835-8040.

All enrollees should be able to receive free home delivery of medications from their pharmacy. Enrollees who have difficulty obtaining their refills can call Cardholder Services at 1-800-225-7223.

In addition, the deadline for older Pennsylvanians and disabled state residents to apply for the Property Tax Rent Rebate Program has been extended from June 30 until December 31. The Online Customer Service Center remains open for applicants who have questions about the program.

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