Sugarcreek Township 

Armstrong County Pennsylvania

Sugarcreek Township

1807 State Route 268

East Brady, PA 16028


Phone: 724-526-3261

Fax: 724-232-0261


Secretary's Email: [email protected]

Supervisors' Email: [email protected]

Things happening at the township!

All Township supervisor regular monthly meetings for 2021 will be held on the first Monday of every month at 6:00 pm. Except for September 2021; due to labor day, the meeting will be on September 7th, 2021.

We are accepting applications for Secretary/treasure and On-Call CDL drivers. Resumes can be mailed to 

Sugarcreek Township 

1807 State Route 268

East Brady PA 16028 

We are looking for residents wanting to be on the Zoning Hearing Board.  The position is an appointed 3 three- year term. For more details on the position, please contact Heather Mellish at 724-526-3261

We are currently working on updating our EOP(Emergency Operating Plan) for 2021. We are asking anyone in the township requiring medical assistance for health reasons in case of a disaster to contact Heather Mellish at 724-526-3261 so that this information can be documented in the EOP and backup assistance can be planned. Thanks for your cooperation

Township Contact Info.
Phone: 724-526-3261
Fax: 724-232-0261
Email: [email protected]
Google: Sugarcreek Township, Armstrong County

Due to the recent State of Emergency issued in regards to the COViD-19 pandemic at both the State and Federal levels, Sugarcreek Township, Armstrong County will require a mask and social distancing when entering the township building. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation in this matter. Please be aware of the following information:

1. Regular processing of zoning permits will continue. 

2. Taxes must be paid via mail to the address listed on the tax bill. Please contact Chris Double (724)526-3497 if you have any questions in regards to taxes. Please check the Township website/Facebook page or contact the Township for updates on any scheduled tax collection hours closer to its scheduled time.

3. The Township will still be fulfilling essential roles. If there is an emergency with the roads, such as trees down, flooding, etc., please call the Township during regular business hours or 911 after business hours.

4.There may be times when the Township phones are not answered. Please make sure to leave a message with your name and number to return your call.

5. Amusement Tax Permit Applications will be permitted based on the restriction given by the CDC Guidelines

6. As this is a changing situation, the park rentals are still being planned for at this time. In the future, the supervisors will determine if the hall and pavilions need to remain closed from the winter season, etc. and someone will be in touch with the contact person on the reservation if we need to change anything.

7. As Per C.D.C. recommendations please practice social distancing and utilizing everyday preventative protocol: Wash your hands frequently, avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth, stay home when you are sick, cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash, Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces and follow Health Department Guidelines for seeking medical attention for COViD-19 symptoms.

The brush will be trimmed that is hanging over the township roads.  If you do not want it removed by the township mower, contact the township office at 724-526-3261, or please remove it yourself.  Also, as a friendly reminder, the maintenance and cleaning of driveway culverts is the responsibility of residents.

Fees there will be a $50.00 fee on all returned checks

$0.25 for copies 
$15.00 for No Lien Letter

If anyone would like to volunteer to assist with the pickup of the monthly food bank order, please contact the Township Secretary

If there are any old or recent pictures from within the Township that any of the residents would be willing to share, please forward them to the Township Secretary.  Thank You!

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The Board of Supervisors would like to remind all Township Residents that for safety reasons, parking is not permitted in the right-of-way of the Township along the roads.  It makes it difficult and increasingly dangerous for plows, maintenance equipment, and emergency vehicles to pass with oncoming traffic.  The Board of Supervisors' utmost concern is the safety of the Township residents and motorists.  The Township appreciates the cooperation in advance on this matter. 

As a friendly reminder, for safety reasons, residents are not permitted to plow snow from their driveways or properties onto Township roadways.  Doing so causes an obstruction to traffic using the roadways.  The Township appreciates the residents' cooperation in this matter.