Bullskin Township

General Character

Bullskin Township is located in the northeastern portion of Fayette County, approximately 14 miles north of Uniontown. The Township has a predominantly rural character. The Route 119 corridor contains the largest amount of developed area, comprised of residential, highway commercial and light industrial uses. The Township also has a variety of recreational uses, the most important being Jacobs Creek Park.


Unincorporated Settlements
There are six significant unincorporated settlements in the municipality: 

  • Breakneck
  • Hammondville
  • Pennsville
  • Pleasant Valley
  • Prittstown
  • Wooddale

Key Attributes

  • Jacobs Creek Park
  • Mount Vernon Park
  • Mt. Pleasant and Scottdale Airport
  • Township Fairgrounds

Existing Built Area

  • 14% of Township land area
  • The Existing Built areas are located along the Route 119 corridor and in the northern most portion of the Township

Future Growth Areas

  • 4.5% of Township land area
  • Due to the influence of the State Enterprise Zones, Future Growth areas are likely to mushroom on lands adjacent to the Route 119 corridor

Rural Villages

  • 1.5% of Township land area
  • Hammondville
  • Wooddale

Recreation/Cultural Resource Conservation

  • 3% of Township land area
  • There are four areas designated in the Township including Pleasant Valley Golf Course and Jacobs Creek Park

Commercial Conservation

  • 10% of Township land area
  • Four areas located in the eastern portion of the Township

Agricultural Conservation

  • 11% of Township land area
  • Located throughout the eastern portion of the Township

Resource Preservation

  • 32% of Township land area

Land Reclamation

  • 4% of Township land area
  • Seventeen sites throughout the Township

Rural Conservation

  • 20% of Township land area