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Find out about the history of the township.
OfferUp MeetUP Program
OfferUp MeetUP Spots Program The Middlesex Township Police Department has partnered with OfferUp to create a safe environment for strangers to exchange items they have purchased online. The OfferUp MeetUp Spots program will help eliminate the need for two strangers to exchange items at a home or residence. These MeetUp Spots will help deter criminal intent and activity. OfferUp is on a mission to build the simplest and most trustworthy local buying and selling experience. Individuals can download their free iOS and Android apps to help sell items allowing people to find and shop for great deals in and around their communities. The MeetUp Spot, which is located in the rear parking lot of the Middlesex Township Municipal building, is a designated, monitored area for individuals to complete a transaction. OfferUp's MeetUp Spots are an easy way for us to help keep our community safer.
New Resident's Page
On behalf of the Board of Supervisors for Middlesex Township, I would like to welcome you as a resident to the Township of Middlesex. A Township of the 2nd Class established in the late 1700s, Middlesex is characterized by its rural-residential atmosphere, conservatism and controlled growth patterns.
Parks & Recreation
There have been many additions and donations from various organizations and we thank you for your generosity. Come check out the park; it's sure to be a fun, relaxing time!
Public Notices & Announcements
The 2nd Class Township Code requires all municipalities to annually name a newspaper of local circulation to publish legal notices. Middlesex utilizes the Butler Eagle for this purpose.
Learn more about Mallory Muchnok, the Real Estate Tax Collector.
Local Earned Income Tax
Sometimes referred to as Wage Tax, the Earned Income Tax for Middlesex Township is a 1% tax levied on the earned income and net profits of Middlesex Township residents.
Act 13-The Unconventional Gas Well Impact Fee
Signed into law on February 14, 2012, Act 13 of 2012 amends Title 58 (Oil and Gas) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statues. The Act provides for the imposition of an unconventional gas well fee, often referred to as a drilling impact fee. The fees collected are disbursed to local and state entities for purposes that that been specifically outlined in the law. The Act also requires that each county and municipality that receives funds through the imposition of this impact fee file an annual report with the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission that sets forth the amount of the funds received and how they were used. That report is required to be published on the municipal website. This is the newest version of the Unconventional Gas Well Fund Usage Report
FAQs pertaining to fireworks
Act 44 Disclosure