Information on the Muddy Creek Township web site is provided as a service to the community.  While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information contained herein, official documentation is available at the Township office.

Mailing Address:
Post Office Box 239
Portersville, PA  16051
Physical Address:
911 Perry Highway
Harmony, PA  16037
Office Hours
Mon. 9 - 4
Tues. By Appt.
Wed. 9-4
Thurs. 9-4
Fri. By Appt.
*Evening Hours are available by appointment.
 Welcome to
Muddy Creek Township 
Butler County, Pennsylvania
Administrative Office Hours:

Mondays:       8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Tuesdays:      8:30  AM- 4:00 PM
Wednesdays: CLOSED
Thursdays:     8:30 AM -4:00 PM
Fridays:          CLOSED

Contact the township office for appointments during non business hours

Board of Supervisors Meetings are held on the third Wednesday of the Month at 7:00 PM and are held at 911 Perry Highway, Harmony, Pa  16037

Administrative Office 
(Physical Address):
911 Perry Highway
Harmony, Pa. 16037

(Mailing Address)
PO Box 239
Portersville, Pa.  16051

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

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It has been brought to our attention that a taxpayer has posted a photo of their 2014 Local Earned Income Tax Reminder Notice on social media claiming that the notice is a scam. This photo has been shared via social media and has gone viral. As a result other taxpayers may also believe this to be true and will disregarded the reminder notice and fail to file their Local Earned Income Taxe
We have placed the following statement on our website:

"If you received a 2014 Local Earned Income Tax Reminder Notice, our records show that no return was received from you. If have already submitted the tax return to our office, please return the Reminder Notice with a copy of your entire return (the tax form & all supporting documentation) to PO Box 25108, Lehigh Valley PA 18002-5108. Act 32 of 2008 requires taxpayers to file a return of an income tax and/or to pay an income tax. Act 192 of 2004 permits the taxing district and tax collector to impose the costs of collecting any delinquent taxes directly upon the taxpayer’s account. To avoid unnecessary costs and charges, you should promptly file and pay your earned income taxes accordingly.” 
As Pennsylvania’s most experienced tax collector we know how important it is to maintain good relations with our clients and their taxpayers. Having Berkheimer as your appointed collector promises a partnership that will preserve the local interests of your community, and maintain the excellent reputations you work so hard to establish. 
Please feel free to direct any taxpayer question or concerns you may receive to Berkheimer at 610-599-3136 or 1-866-701-7203.

If you have any questions or concerns regarding this matter please contact our 
Client Services Department