The Officer David M. Petzold Memorial Foundation is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to honoring the memory of fallen Officer David Petzold.
To visit their website & find out much more, visit: http://officerdavid.org
PPL Vegetation Management
Recently, PPL has embarked on a vegetation management project along high-voltage transmission lines in the area. They have reached out to local municipalities in an effort to provide information to residents regarding the project. Below are some of PPL's reasons for doing this work:
- It is critical that we maintain the reliability of our electric transmission system.
- PPL Electric Utilities is required to meet federal reliability standards on certain high-voltage lines.
- Transmission vegetation management work is required so we can keep the lights on for homes and businesses throughout the region.
- We understand this work can cause concern for some individual landowners, and we are sensitive to that. Our first priority has to be reliable electric service for millions of people in this region. We are always willing to meet with property owners to hear their concerns and discuss the work we need to do to keep our lines safe and reliable.
- Our increased vegetation management activity is already paying dividends for customers in terms of maintaining a reliable electric system.
- We take very seriously our obligation to keep our part of the nation's power grid reliable.
For more information on this project, you may view this document, or visit PPL's website.
Upper Saucon Farm Guide
Looking for farm-fresh fruits and vegetables? The Upper Saucon Township Environmental Advisory Council is pleased to release a Local Farm Guide. In this guide, we give some information on local farms and farmers markets that sell directly to the public. If there are some farms that you think should be included in the list, please let us know.
Earned Income Tax (EIT) and Local Services Tax (LST) collector
The Southern Lehigh School District, along with the Borough of Coopersburg, Lower Milford Township, and Upper Saucon Township has appointed Berkheimer Associates as the Earned Income Tax (EIT) and Local Services Tax (LST) collector, effective January 1, 2011. The Southern Lehigh EIT Office will not process nor collect the 2010 Earned Income Tax returns. Instead, residents will file their 2010 Earned Income Tax return with Berkheimer Associates. The Southern Lehigh Tax Office will remain open after January 1, 2011 only to process claims and to collect delinquent taxes. Berkheimer Associates will mail 2010 tax returns to residents, and can be contacted for tax forms and other information at:
50 N. 7th St.
Bangor, PA 18013
Upper Saucon Township Recycles!
Rechargeable Batteries, Cell Phone, and CFL Bulb Recycling
Upper Saucon Township has partnered with PPL Electric Utilities and Call2Recycle to collect and discard your used CFL light bulbs, and rechargeable batteries and old cell phones. Just stop by the Township office during regular business hours and drop off your recyclable materials at the front desk. This service is free to Township residents. If possible, please put the used bulb in a small cardboard container/box or sealed plastic bag. To learn more about compact fluorescent light bulbs, please click here.
Upper Saucon Township continues to work with Abitibi-Bowater on the fundraising paper recycling program known as “PAPER RETRIEVER.” This free service is offered to the community to collect and recycle your paper products and turn them into newsprint paper in a matter of weeks.
Bring your recyclable paper materials to the green and yellow Paper Retriever bins in the parking lot at the Township Municipal Building on Camp Meeting Road or at the Southern Lehigh Public Library on Preston Lane. Materials may be deposited 24 hours a day at both locations.
The following items CAN be placed in the bins: Newspapers; Magazines; Copy, fax or colored paper; Junk mail; Envelopes; File folders; Shopping catalogs; Shredded paper in bags. Plastic, glass, metal, trash, or other unspecified paper products are not accepted.
Upper Saucon Township Tree Removal Guide
Planning to do tree removal on your property? Updates to the Township Zoning Ordinance may affect you.
Click here for more information.
Upper Saucon Township Grading Plan Guide
Thinking about a home improvement project that involves any grading, paving, construction or placement of a structure on your property? If your project will involve earth disturbance of more than 500 square feet, you may need to obtain a Grading Permit, in addition to a Zoning or Building Permit.
Click here for more information.
ANIMAL LOST & FOUND
As of January 2012, Upper Saucon Township has partnered with the Lehigh County Humane Society to provide service for lost animals. If your pet has run away & you cannot find him/her you may locate them by contacting:
Lehigh County Humane Society
640 Dixon Street
Allentown, PA 18103
If you have a feral cat issue, you can contact No Nonsense Neutering of the Lehigh Valley. Their services include a trap-neuter-return program.
No Nonsense Neutering of the Lehigh Valley
1044 N. Quebec St.
Allentown, PA 18109
Phone: 1-866-820-2510, ext #2
PLEASE think about adopting an animal in need-you may find your new best friend(s) there.
Positions Are Now Available on a Number of Township Boards & Commissions.
Please click here for an application.
|2013 Meeting Schedule
Click here to view 2013 Meeting Schedules for Upper Saucon Township
|2013 Tax Collector Hours
Click here for 2013 Tax Collector hours and locations
|Utility Payment Drop Box
Attention Water & Sewer Utility Customers: Due to the ongoing addition of many new customers, we highly recommend the use of our payment drop-off box. It is located in the Township Building vestibule on the right side of the second set of doors.
Please remember you can make your payment at your convenience, as you have access to the drop-off box 24 hours every day.
Upper Saucon Township Police Department's
Identity Theft Victim's Packet
This packet should be completed once you have contacted Upper Saucon Township Police Department and obtained a police report number related to your identity theft case.
Click here to download (PDF)
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