Electronics Recycling Event

Please take advantage of this event being held in Saxonburg if you have any electronics that you desire to get rid of!

See the flyer attached:  Electronic Recycling Event 2014



Look forward to seeing you there!


Yours in Service,



Adam Hartwig

Winfield Road Bridge Replacement

Photo Courtesy of Erica Dietz | Valley News Dispatch

Photo Courtesy of Erica Dietz | Valley News Dispatch










As many of the residents have already seen or heard about via mailings or news articles the state is planning to replace the Winfield Road Bridge.   According to David Layman,  PA Dept. of Transportation Design Project Manager;  ” The project is funded for construction starting in January 2017.  We are trying to finish the job 1 year early for construction in 2016 due to the condition of the bridge. If we obtain all approvals and clearances and receive additional/early funding there is a chance construction could start in 2016.”

The state plans to improve all sight lines in the area of the intersection of Gray Ave and Winfield Road as well as eliminating the bend in the road that currently exists.  Below, you will find the plans for the bridge plans as well as the bridge elevation.  The drawings will also be posted up at the Township Building and as always you may contact the Township Office with any questions at 724-352-3333.

Yours in Service,

Adam Hartwig

Winfield Bridge Presentation

Winfield Bridge 2

Township Park Receives Grant Money!

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Winfield Township was one of only ten municipalities in Butler County to be awarded money for renovation of our recreational facilities.
There was over $80,000 in grant money awarded through the 2014 Butler County Park Renovation Program.
This was the programs 20th year and it has awarded more than $900,000 to forty municipalities throughout the county.  

This grant was for $8,000.00.  $6,000.00 in grant money and $2,000.00 in Township contribution. This can be either cash match or in-kind work performed by the Township.

The Park Advisory Board and the Board of Supervisors plan to use this grant in conjunction with other funds to construct public restrooms as well as swing set.