OFFICIAL COMPLAINT INFORMATION
ZONING/CODE COMPLAINT FORM
CALENDAR of EVENTS
CODIFICATION OF ORDINANCES
PARKS AND RECREATION
SW LEHIGH COMPREHENSIVE PLAN
MASTER TRAIL PLAN
RECREATION & OPEN SPACE PLAN
DOWNTOWN MASTER PLAN
SwiftReach Networks, Inc.
The Hillcrest Water Tank has undergone rehabilitation that is in it's
final stages. Residents in high elevations may
experience low water pressure. Thank you to the residents of the
Borough for your patience during the project.
MACUNGIE POLICE DEPARTMENT IS
ACCEPTING APPLICATION FOR A FULL TIME POSITION. Applicants must be at least 21 years of age, have a high school
diploma or equivalent, valid Pennsylvania driver's license and Act
SALARY & BENEFIT INFO
YOU HAVE BEEN INVADED BY THE SPOTTED LANTERNFLY and you
want to know what to do to control them, view
information from PA Dept of Agriculture
about insecticides and other ways to control the bug.
What to do if you find one!
HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE COLLECTION EVENT - Lehigh County is
holding an event on October 28th. If you have any hazardous
materials to dispose of, you must register for the event.
You must pre-register through the Lehigh County website,
INPUT IS IMPORTANT!
Macungie Borough is partnering with the Boroughs of Alburtis and
Emmaus and the Townships of
Lower Macungie, Upper Milford and Lower Milford to update the
Southwestern Lehigh County Comprehensive Plan.
Public meeting is scheduled for September 25th at 7:00 pm at Lower
Macungie Township Community Center. Information will be on
display at 6:30 pm for viewing before the meeting.
Click on the PLAN SWL Logo for more information about the
Volunteer Fire Department is looking for volunteers to be part of
their team. View
pamphlet for more information and how to volunteer in the Fire
NIXLE ALERT by Macungie Police Department. Nixle is a
notification system to keep you up to date with relevant
information about the Borough, such as when snow emergencies are
called. Click on Nixle Alert to see how to sign up.
Don't forget to sign up for the Borough Notification System
(SWIFT911). Link on the left.
MONTHLY POLICE REPORT -
Donít fall for scammers (by PPL)
Phone callers who impersonate PPL Electric Utilities give
themselves away by doing two things the utility doesnít -
They claim theyíll cut off power immediately if they donít get
They pressure you to pay them by buying prepaid cards. (In
real life, PPL gives plenty of notice when thereís a possible
risk of shutoff, and they donít pressure anyone to use
specific payment methods.)
You can always check your account status by logging on at
pplelectric.com or calling PPL at 1-800-DIAL-PPL. If you get a
suspicious or threatening call that claims to come from another
company Ė like a utility or a bank Ė do the same thing: Hang up
and contact the company directly using a trusted method, like the
phone number on your monthly statement.
At PPL, service termination always is a last resort. When it does
occur, it is preceded by a formal notification process that
involves a letter and phone call as well as a posting at the
address in question. PPL Electric Utilities attempts to work with
all customers to help ensure uninterrupted service.
MACUNGIE BOROUGH HALL
21 Locust Street
Macungie, PA, 18062
Offices Hours: Monday through Friday
8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Town Hall and Macungie
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Borough of Macungie
21 Locust St.
Macungie, PA 18062
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