Welcome to Clinton Township
The atmosphere of Clinton Township is rural/agricultural yet within the Township there are many home occupations, several industrial sites and many comfortable residences. This township was organized in 1854, out of parts of the original Middlesex and Buffalo townships. It is situated on the Allegheny county line, just west of Buffalo, the southeastern township of Butler county. In the central and southern parts it is watered by the tributaries of Bull creek, which cut it up into valleys, and gives its surface a broken and rolling appearance. It is not so rugged and picturesque as many of the other townships in the county, its scenic beauty being of a quieter but no less pleasing character. Its soils, varying from heavy clay to sandy loam, are fertile and productive, and the township is one of the best cultivated portions of the county. Its coal deposits have never been fully developed, although coal for local consumption has been mined for many years. The population was 2,864 at the 2010 census. For generations it was home to a U.S. Steel plant.
Please note: The December 13th Meeting of the Board of Supervisors has been moved from 7:00pm to 5:00pm.
December 2016 Meetings
The Planning Commission will not be meeting on Monday, December 5.
The Supervisors will hold the Monthly Agenda Setting Meeting on Monday, December 12, 2016 at 3:30PM and their Monthly Regular Meeting on Tuesday, December 13, 2016 at 5:00PM.
All meetings will take place at the Clinton Township Municipal Building at 711 Saxonburg Boulevard, Saxonburg PA 16056 and are open to the public.