Due to the early snow storm, leave collection was temporarily suspended. Final Leaf collection
will take place December 3rd to December 7th. All leaves should have been placed out at the curb
by last weeks deadline. Once a neighborhood has been collected, no further collections will be done. If
leaves have been cleared from your neighborhood, do not place any new piles out this week.
CLOSED all Sundays and Holidays
CLOSED November 22, 23, 24, and 25 - Thanksgiving Holiday
CLOSED December 22, 23, 24, and 25 - Christmas Holiday
CLOSED Tuesday, January 1 - New Year's Day
The Board of Supervisors are seeking residents who are interested in serving on the Planning Commission and the Zoning Hearing Boards.
Interested persons should send a letter of interest outlining your qualifications. The letters should be sent to the Board of Supervisors, Attn. Brenda Norder, Township Secretary
North Whitehall Township is seeking a part time office employee. The position requires the ability to function in variety of office tasks including computer skills, customer service, accounting tasks and general office procedures. Please see the complete job description under the employment section
of the Website.
We now have an OVERNIGHT BOX outside the front door main entrance labeled TERRI BLAZOFSKY, TAX COLLECTOR for all your tax payments. The overnight box is on the right side of the entrance door.
The following roads will receive road surfacing treatments starting on Thursday July 12.
Boxwood, Coplay Creek Road & Court, Green Hill, Valley Green, Lenape, Patoka, Spring and Peach Bottom.
The following roads will be treated beginning on Friday July 13
Overlook, Clearview, Oakland, Donovan, Laurel, Crestview, Michael, Hanna and Wilbur.
These start dates are weather dependent. Please observe notices regarding no parking on these streets. All vehicles, campers, trailers etc. must be removed from these streets. Do not attempt to drive around barricades or flagmen directing traffic. Driving on roads that have nor been opened may result in damage to tires and vehicles. The Township and contractors will not be responsible for any damage that occurs if the road has not been re-opened for traffic.
The Pa State Construction Code requires a building permit for any above-ground swimming pool 24 inches or higher. The pool permit process also includes the installation of a 48 inch high fence to secure the pool. A pool that is 48 inches or higher and has a locking ladder may not be required to install a fence. That decision is up to the building inspector. All in-ground pools require pool permits, fences and in some cases alarms on house doors that allow direct access to the pool.
There is no such thing as a temporary pool. If it is installed even for a short period time and is 24 inches or over, it requires a permit. Pool retailers are giving you false information if they tell you no permit is required. This includes pools with blow up or water filled side walls.
No pool, even with a proper permit, is allowed to be placed in the front yard of a home. Failure to immediately remove an illegal pool may result in civil penalties including up to $1,000. fine per day. If you need assistance regarding a pool permit, please contact the Permit Office.
Our Soldier Campaign for sending care packages needs your support! Our country still has deployed troops overseas and we need to communicate encouragement and express gratitude to the brave men and women serving our nation. We have 4 men deployed overseas from the area.
Ideas include tuna in pouches, hot chocolate, popcorn, instant oatmeal and soups, small boxes of cereal, snack bars, cookies, granola bars, energy bars, Tastykakes or Little Debbie's, wrapped hard candy, chewing gum, lip balm, dental floss, foot/boot powder, wet ones, DVD movies, zip-lock bags for their personal items and anything you can think of that our soldiers would enjoy over the upcoming holidays.
Reminder to residents that if you know of someone or have a soldier in your family and would like care packages mailed to them, please let us know. Remember, the Holidays are coming and our Soldiers need some "goodies" from home.
On Monday April 4, 2016, the North Whitehall Township Board of Supervisors Appointed Ms. Terri Blazofsky as the new Township Tax Collector. Ms. Blazofsky will begin her role immediately and will be collecting Township Real Estate Taxes at the Municipal Building located at 3256 Levans Road. Township Tax bills have been recently sent out and the 2% discount period runs through May 31. Parkland School District Real Estate taxes are not sent out until July 1st. More information about taxes, office hours etc. will be listed shortly in the Finances and Taxes Department section of the Web Site.
Ms. Terri Blazofsky can be reached at
Burning of leaves and yard waste is not permitted at any time as per North Whitehall Township Ordinance 2008-02. Persons found guilty of burning may face fines of up to $1000.00 per offense. Please use the Township yard waste facility or place your leaves out for Township pickup.