News & Current Events

Change Your Clock, Change Your Battery

June 3, 2019

Don’t forget you “fall back” one hour for the fall time change on Sunday, November 3rd.  Remember to also replace the batteries in all your smoke alarms.

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Leaf Pick-Up Begins October 8

May 31, 2019

As a Butler Township resident, you will again this fall have your leaves picked up as part of the regular trash removal service. The program runs from October 8 through December 12. Simply leave your filled bags out for pickup on your regular trash-service day.

Note:  Please do not rake your leaves to the street or gutter. They will not be picked up from there.



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Who’s Responsible for the Roads?

May 28, 2019

Several major thoroughfares in the township are maintained by the Montgomery County Engineer’s Office and not Butler Township. These are typically the major roadways that cross jurisdictions. Plowing, salting, asphalt repair and pothole repair are the responsibility of the county on the following roadways:

  • Dog Leg Road
  • Frederick Pike
  • Healthcliff
  • Lightner Road
  • Little York Road
  • Martindale Road
  • North Dixie Drive
  • Old Springfield Road
  • Peters Pike

To Report a Pothole:  Potholes are bound to show with the freezing and thawing of pavements during the winter months. The Butler Township Service Department encourages you to report potholes on township roads to the township at 937-890-1218 ex. 1302. For county roadways, call the Montgomery County Engineer’s Office at 937-837-2528.

Roads Paved in 2019: Butler Township resurfaced three roads this summer, including Kinmont Road, Kershner Road and Coover Mill Court. The projects came in just under the budgeted amounted of $290,000.

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Brush Drop Off on Saturday, October 26th

Brush Drop Off on Saturday, October 26 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Butler Township Service Department, 3710 West National Road.

  • This service is available to residents only. No contractors or landscapers.
  • You will be asked to show a current valid ID as proof of residence in the township.
  • Do not chop brush and limbs too small. Remove nail, wire and root balls.
  • Items such as construction materials, concrete, hardscape materials, old firewood or lawn service debris will not be accepted.

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Township’s Business Base Growing

March 28, 2019

Commercial development and redevelopment remain strong in Butler Township, with a variety of businesses investing in the community.

Hotel Boom: Two new hotels are under construction, bringing the total number of hotels in the township to 16 and the total number of rooms of 1,580, many of which are at full capacity on weekends. Butler Township’s Miller Lane area is home to approximately 25 percent of Montgomery County’s total hotel base. In lodging tax alone, the township receives over $800,000 in revenue, annually.

“It’s unique for a township to have so many hotels” said Township Administrator Erika Vogel. “We’re fortunate to be able to bring so many visitors into our business district to lodge and dine.”

In addition…Minster Bank is nearing the construction phase of its new local branch on the vacant lot at the corner of North Dixie Drive and Reinwood Drive. The township was able to sell just under an acre of land to the bank for this project. And Skyline Chili has recently completed a remodeling and facelift at its location on Miller Lane.

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