We have been informed by Habitat For Humanity that this is an event that happens only "once"" a month. To find out more please go to their website at: habitatlvrestore.org. Thank you.
Whitehall Township is required to submit a Pollutant Reduction Plan (PRP) for a National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) stormwater discharge permit from its Small Municipal Separated Storm Sewer System (MS4). Whitehall Township is required to reduce its sediment discharges into local waters by 10% in the next 5 years beginning in 2018. A draft of the PRP will be available at the Whitehall Township Municipal Building and on the Township's website (whitehalltownship.org) for public comment from July 31st through August 30th. To read click HERE
Upcoming roadwork will be conducted within Evergreen Development.
These roads will be: Hemlock Drive**Elmwood Drive **Juniper Drive and Circle Pine Entry. The streets will be ground down 5” by Township forces and 3” of base blacktop replaced. At a later date a contractor will place the 2” final layer of blacktop.
During construction please keep these items in mind:
• Drive slowly because there will be rough road conditions during the work. Exposed utility caps will be marked with cones. Always be aware the cones or barricades could be moved by unauthorized others.
• Sections to be worked on will be closed with barricades and posted “No Parking” while under construction. Emergency response units will be aware of how to access the area.
• Effort will be made to allow you to use your driveway by placing a ramp of material when possible. If you can’t use the driveway park on an adjacent street.
• Garbage and recycling will continue normally during the work. The Township is always in contact with Waste Management to prevent interruptions of service.
• If you have any questions or concerns contact Public Works at 610-437-5524 ext. 139.
Check out some of our Summer Recreation Events HERE
Enjoy the outdoors? Whitehall Township is currently seeking a part-time operator at its Cameron Tract (yard waste drop-off site) to FILL IN AS NEEDED when current operators are unavailable. Applications are available at Whitehall Township Municipal Building or online under Forms. Perfect for a retiree! Residency in Whitehall or 10 miles from Township boundary required. WT is an EOE.
Whitehall Township (The Whitehall Township Zoning Hearing Board) has an obligation to affirmatively further fair housing and to review all land use (zoning) applications in accordance with federal civil right statutes. This includes taking meaningful actions that overcome patterns of segregation and foster inclusive communities free from barriers that restrict access to opportunity based on protected characteristics.
The Township (the Zoning Hearing Board), in its land use (zoning) decisions, does not discriminate against persons based on race, color, national origin, religion, sex, disability, or familial status and reviews all land use (zoning) applications in accordance with federal civil rights statutes. Public comments made on the basis of bias and stereotype concerning people within these protected classes will not be taken into consideration by the Township (the Zoning Hearing Board) in its deliberations.
To read the Conciliation Agreement and Voluntary Compliance Agreement between The United States Department of Housing and Urban Development, PathStone Housing Corporation of Pennsylvania, the Township of Whitehall, and the Whitehall Zoning Hearing Board, click HERE
You can now sign up for Emergency Alerts from the Whitehall Township Office of Emergency Management. This is a FREE service. Alerts will come via Text Messages and/or Email.
Burning of leaves and yard waste is not permitted at any time as per Whitehall Township. Persons found guilty of burning may face fines per each offense.
Welcome To Whitehall Township
Whitehall Township is located in the center of the Lehigh Valley. The Township is one hour north of Philadelphia and an hour and half from New York City. Settled in the early 1700's by Pennsylvania Germans "Dutch", it was founded and named by the British in 1752, incorporated in 1867, named a First Class Township in 1902 and a Home Rule Community in 1976. Today, Whitehall is home to 27,500 residents who reside in eight village neighborhoods who value our quality of life, municipal services, trail networks, parks, pools, events and outdoor recreational opportunities. The community is home to 22 houses of worship.
Whitehall's MacArthur Road is known as the main shopping district in the Lehigh Valley. MacArthur Road will celebrate its 75th Anniversary of being named in honor of General Douglas MacArthur, a World War II hero in 2017. Whitehall is home to the largest indoor shopping center and Lifestyle Center at the Lehigh Valley Mall and four major shopping centers located along the "Golden Strip" (MacArthur Road).
The Whitehall-Coplay School District is located on one central campus, with one high school, one middle school, one intermediate school, two elementary schools, two stadiums and our Community Library. The School District is known for its support of academics, the arts and athletics.
We invite you to visit Whitehall and see why so many call this place home.