The 2024 Budget is balanced at $765,670.00.

The Board of Supervisors resolved to set the tax millage at 2.340 mills, with all mills dedicated for General Fund purposes.

The road projects for 2024 will focus on maintenance. General road maintenance involving ditching, grading, and adding material. A decision on seal coating will not be made until the spring of 2024. Areas discussed in the budget process were a section of Wildman Road, Rich Hill Road, and Tarr Road. Tarr Road will be brought back to its tar & chipped surface, as installed by PennDOT with the construction of Interstate 86. The third year of the Dirt & Gravel Roads Program grant for Dougan Road will involve the placing of  Driving Surface Aggregate.

At the Greenfield Community Park, the installation of a Multi-Use Court will take place in late summer. This was made possible with grants from the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources and the Orris C. Hirtzel and Beatrice Dewey Hirtzel Foundation.  An application has also been filed with Erie County Gaming Revenue Authority.

Financial assistance will be provided to the Hornby School Museum in the form of lawn maintenance. This Historical Museum is operated by volunteers from Greenfield Township and surrounding areas.

Loan payments will be made for the purchase of the 2017 John Deere 650 Grader.

Wages will be based on performance evaluations and reviewed at the January 2, 2024 Board of Supervisors meeting.