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.
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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, Prospect, Pa 16052

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

EMAIL:  muddycreektownship@zoominternet.net

Visit us on the web:
Muddycreektwp.com
Portersville EMS

Hall Rental:  Portersville EMS has a charming rustic setting for hall rentals that is excellent for small parties, celebrations, meetings and other events.   Call  724-368-8813 to inquire.

PENNDOT MORAINE STATE PARK ACCESS CONSTRUCTION WORK

Penndot construction project Moraine State Park Access on Route 422 work will be starting on April 19, 2018.  Work will consist of construction in the shoulder area of SR 422 eastbound and westbound.  The work will last approximately ten days.  On April 30th, the contractor (Gulisek) will begin starting Phase 2A of the project.  Phase 2A requires a single land restriction on Route 422 westbound to allow for the new tie-in section.  This location will become the new on and off ramp that connects Route 422 westbound to the North Shore Drive.  Phase 2A will be completed on May 17th. 

Phase 2A, 2B and Phase 3 will be completed during the 2018 construction season with the project completion date of September 24, 2018.


MUDDY CREEK TOWNSHIP ORDINANCE 73 (An ordinance requiring a floodplain permit for any construction or developmnet and settinf forth certain minimum requirements for new construction and development within areas of the township which are subject to flodding; providing for administration and enforcement of floodplain requirements; and establishing variance and appeal procedures, and remedies and penalties for violations) is effective beginning on August 2, 2018.

Congress established the National Flood Insruace Program (NFIP) due to escalating costs to taxpayers for flood disaster relief.  The NFIP is based on an agreement that if a community practices sound floodplain management, teh Federal Government will make flood insurance available to residence in tha community.  FEMA maps include the Special Flodd Hazard Area, which is the area that has 1% or greater chance of flooding in any given year.  Development may take place within the Special Flood Hazard Area provided that it complies with local floodplain ordinances that meet NFIP criteria.

The Flood Insurance Rate Map for Butler County update has been adopted and effective August 2, 2018.  Copies of the map can be viewed at the township office during normal business hours or by appointment.  Additionallly, the maps can be viewed by visiting http://msc.fema.gov.  You will be able to enter your address to determine if you are in the flood zone.

To view the updated Floodplain Ordinance 73 click here.