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

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

Fall/Winter/Spring
Office Hours
Mon. 9 - 4
Tues. By Appt.
Wed. 9-4
Thurs. 9-4
Fri. By Appt.

*Evening Hours are available by appointment.
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Muddy Creek Township
Butler County, Pennsylvania
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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


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

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

EMAIL:  muddycreektownship@zoominternet.net

Visit us on the web:
Muddycreektwp.com
WE HAVE MOVED TO OUR NEW BUILDING.....

Our phone number and fax numbers are operational...
Phone 724-368-3438
Fax 724-368-3432

420 Stanford Road
Prospect, Pa  16052

Please be advised that Penn Power plans to start performing Spring Routine Patrols on the transmission lines beginning the week of March 20, 2017 weather permitting. The helicopters that will likely be used for these patrols are a black Bell Jet Ranger with tail registration N321AW, a black Robinson R44 with tail registration N7193Y, and a black and green, Hughes MD500 with tail registration N4QX.

A routine patrol is conducted at speeds of 25-30 MPH in which, the crew onboard the helicopter is getting an overall look at the structures of the transmission line and associated hardware. The helicopter may at times hover at certain locations during these patrols. An infrared (UV/IR) patrol is similar to a routine patrol in terms of speed but special equipment mounted on the bottom of the aircraft is used to get a detailed look of the conductor, shield wire, and their associated hardware. 

It should be noted that the contractor has been authorized to patrol the transmission circuits in their entirety (i.e. "breaker-to-breaker"), so patrols on certain lines may therefore extend into the neighboring regions. The flight crew provides information on their daily location to both Transmission Lines Maintenance and the FCC, and the pilot will be in communication with any local airports when in their airspace.