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Township Administrative Office CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC


Per Governor Wolf’s 3/19/20 Emergency Disaster Proclamation due to the Coronavirus Pandemic.

March 19, 2020, Governor Wolf ordered for all non-life sustaining businesses to close effective immediately.   To help our community be safe and slow the spread of the Coronavirus, the Board of Supervisors have closed the township administrative office to the public.  Township administrative staff is available by phone, fax, and email.

The Greenfield Township Police Department can be reached by several methods.

  • Emergency calls – Call 911
  • Non-emergency calls – Call 814/940-5910 request for an Officer to call you.
  • Voicemail message – Call 814/239-5313 Option 1 leave a message for an Officer.  Since Officers are not always in the department office, please only leave a message for a call that does not need to be returned right away.
  • Email Chief Ron Sharkey at
  • Email Officer Dan Eastep at

We all have received emails from multiple companies about COVID-19.  One I received, I thought the statement was excellent to use as the closing to this notice.

Please take good care of yourself and your loved ones.  Stay safe. Stay healthy.  Be patient and kind.  There is no better time to strengthen our bonds, to stand together (digitally), to help each other through this storm, and come out the other side stronger.

Burn Ban until at least April 7, 2020

Brush fireBurn Ban

Greenfield Township Board of Supervisors has issued an immediate burn ban until April 7, 2020.  At the April 7th meeting, the Supervisors will reevaluate the situation to maintain or remove the ban.  The Fire Chief of the Claysburg Volunteer Fire Company requested the burn ban due to the recent structure and brush fires in Blair County.  Due to the overall dry weather and windy conditions and lack of foliage, make ideal conditions for brush fires. Chief Eicher stated, “… until we get some growth and ground cover in the woods, we need to eliminate any issues.”

Accepting applications for SRO- School Resource Officer

Greenfield Township Board of Supervisors is seeking applications for a Part-Time Patrolman to be a School Resource Officer (SRO) at the Claysburg-Kimmel School District.  The SRO provides daily coverage at the elementary and high schools, as well as coverage at select athletic and school events.

A summary of the SRO responsibilities includes working with district and school faculty; participate in planning and presenting educational assemblings for safety, crime, drugs,  alcohol, vaping, etc.; safety drills; interact and build rapport with students; law enforcement; etc.

Starting hourly rate of $17 plus an attractive uniform allowance.  SROs follow the same schedule as the students.  Occasionally, an SRO may need to attend a teacher in-service function.

All applicants must be Act120 certified in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and have excellent communication and interpersonal skills.  All offers of employment are subject to successfully passing Act151, Act34, FBI Clearances, physical and psych evaluations, and a background check. EOE

The application deadline is Monday, April 6, 2020.

Police employment application

Accepting Police Officer Employment Applications

Accepting Police Officer Employment Applications

Greenfield Township Board of Supervisors is seeking applicants for Full-Time and Part-Time Patrolmen.   Patrolmen will work varies shifts in the municipality, back-up for the School Resource Officer, and security at select school events.  Starting hourly rate of $17 plus an attractive uniform allowance.

Shifts to back-up the School Resource Officer will be at the Claysburg-Kimmel High School and Elementary School.   School sporting events and other school events are at an overtime rate.  Aggressive Driver and Buckle-Up details will also be available at an overtime rate.

All applicants must be Act 120 certified in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and have excellent communication & interpersonal skills.  All offers of employment are subject to successfully passing Act 151, Act 34 and FBI clearances, as well as passing a physical, psych evaluation, and background check.

No application deadline; the Board of Supervisors are always open to reviewing employment applications from interested individuals.

Equal Opportunity Employer

Police Application

Full-Time, Uniform Employee Benefits

Recycling Bins CLOSED at the Township

Recycling Bins CLOSED at the Township

We know recycling is important to you. However, the recycling bins at the Township are full; therefore, we have them closed. The gentleman responsible for emptying the bins has had some unfortunate circumstances to prevent him from maintaining these bins. The Township has been in contact with IRC (formerly Blair County Waste Management). They have given permission for our residents to take their recycling to the Duncansville Recycling Center at 16906 Dunnings Hwy; south of Inlow’s Drive-In restaurant.

For additional information about the Duncansville Recycling location, here is their link:

The Duncansville Recycling Center is open Tuesdays from noon to 5 p.m.


The recycling center at the township is permanently closed.   We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause you.  In order to be approved for a recycling grant, the Township Supervisors would need to require residents recycle, have a trash hauler, and ban burning in the township.   The Supervisors understand these options are not possible for all the residents in Greenfield Township; therefore, they opted not to make these changes.