City of Butler Neighborhood Pride Award and Commercial Pride Award

The City of Butler’s Neighborhood Pride Awards and Commercial Pride Awards are nominated by the community.  The City’s Neighborhood Pride Committee selects the recipients.  The awards are presented during the council meeting for that month.

For more information email: or phone 724-285-4124

Forms for the Neighborhood/Commercial Pride Award:

To nominate a property, please complete the application below and mail to: The City of Butler, 140 W. North Street  Butler, PA 16001 Attn: Neighborhood Pride Award Committee.

                                              2017 Award Recipients

  • May 2017 – Commercial Pride Award
    • Market House on Main – 371 N. Main Street

                                               2016 Award Recipients

  • November 2016 – Neighborhood Pride Award
    • Mr. & Mrs. Herrit – N. McKean Street
    • neighborhood-pride                Butler Eagle Newspaper Photo
  • October 2016 – Neighborhood Pride Award
    • Mr. & Mrs. Babinsack – W. Pearl Street
    • babinsack-before                            Before Renovation
    • babinsack-after-2                            After Renovation
  • August 2016 – Commercial Pride Award
    • Butler Historical Society – Walldogs Project
      • (a few of the paintings below)
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  • January 2016 – Neighborhood Pride Award
    • Mr. & Mrs. Peter Donaldson – N. McKean Street


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