Potter Township is a second-class township located in central Beaver County, Pennsylvania. The Ohio River forms Potter Township’s northern boundary and Raccoon Creek flows through Potter Township to its confluence with the Ohio River.
Potter Township is a dynamic community that is experiencing growth from new housing developments and the anticipated Shell Cracker Plant, along with its potential economic benefits. While Potter Township is growing and changing, it retains a homey atmosphere and a close-knit community.
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Potter Township Tank Farm / Rocky Bottom Park
Master Site Development Planning Project
Press Release #1 – October 10, 2017
Public Workshop Notice
Potter Township, PA is designing a master plan for its 63-acre “Tank Farm” and adjoining 25-acre Independence Conservancy lands in the Raccoon Creek Greenway. The site of the proposed park is the former Monaca Air Force Petroleum Oil and Lubricant Retail Distribution Facility (MAFPOL), built by the Department of Defense during World War II. Potter Township acquired the “Tank Farm” for public recreation in 2007. The future park could highlight nature-centered activities like paddling, floating, fishing, walking trails, pavilions, and nature/history-based play areas.
The public is encouraged to share ideas for the park master plan. The first opportunity will be Wednesday, October 25th, 2017 from 6:00PM to 8:00 PM at the Potter Township Municipal Building located at 206 East Mowry Road, Monaca, PA 15061.
People of all ages are welcome to attend this community meeting. Activities will include:
- Reviewing findings about existing site conditions as well as preliminary ideas for the types of recreational uses that may be appropriate in the Raccoon Creek Greenway; and
- Giving people of all ages the chance to contribute their ideas, vision, and direction for the park’s development.
The park master plan should be finished by the summer of 2018. It will serve as a roadmap for building the features of the new park. The project was partially funded by a Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources Community Conservation grant with matching funds from Potter Township.
Residents can also stay updated on the project by contacting Potter Township at 724-495-6220 or Independence Conservancy at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Potter Township Planning Commission will not meet in October.
Tuesday, October 31st 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Please drive slowly and watch out for the kids trick or treating!
Trick or Treaters:
Fasten reflective tape to costumes & bags to help drivers see you!
Always WALK and don’t run from house to house!
Look both ways before crossing the street!
The Potter Township Recreation Board will host its annual
Golden Fifties Dinner on Saturday, November 4th
at the Potter Township Municipal Building!
It’s a ‘SOCK HOP’… hope to see lots of poodle skirts, bobby socks, saddle shoes, blue jeans, leather jackets, penny loafers, pony tails, greased back hair, cat’s eye glasses
– – – Doors open at 4:30 pm and dinner to be served at 5:00 pm – – –
All residents 50 and over are invited!
Mark your calendars and make plans to have a fun dinner with all your neighbors.
Please make a change to your Potter Township Rec Board events flyer…
POTTER TOWNSHIP CHRISTMAS BINGO
has been changed to Friday, December 1st!
NEW GARBAGE SERVICE
Beginning in 2017, Potter Township will be using Valley Waste Service, a local family-owned company, as the garbage service.
PLEASE NOTE – GARBAGE PICKUP WILL BE ON FRIDAY MORNINGS
Please call the Township Office (724-495-6220) or Valley Waste Service (724-843-9373) if you have any questions.