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21 Locust Street / Macungie, Pa 18062 / 610-966-2503 / Fax: 610-966-2788
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Macungie News
A drive-thru Snowcone Bubblewalk fundrasier for the Macungie Pool will be held on Thursday July 9th and 16th from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the pool, 50 N. Poplar Street, Macungie. Donations will be accepted for the snowcones instead of paying a set price. Stop by and see Miss Alice and the pool staff.

For more information, contact Macungie Memorial Park at (610) 966-4289 or visit the pool's Facebook page.



The Borough of Macungie Police Department is accepting applications for the position of a part-time Police Officer. Applicants must be 21+ years old, have a High School diploma, valid PA Driver’s License, Act 120 certification and police experience.The Borough of Macungie is an equal opportunity employer.

Resumes, Employment Application and Background Check Release/Waiver should be sent to the Officer in Charge, Sgt. Travis Kocher, Macungie Police Deparment, Macungie Borough Hall, 21 Locust Street, Macungie, PA, 18062. Applications and Background Check Release/Waiver may also be obtained at Borough Hall (same address as the Police Department).

Questions should be directed to the Macungie Police Department at (610) 966-2222.



Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the following events have officially been cancelled:
- Cruise Night on 7/18
- Das Awkscht Fescht for 7/31 & 8/1 & 8/2
- Lions Club Fall Flea Market, scheduled for 8/22
- Wheels of Time for 8/28-29-30
- Lehigh Valley Fiber Festival on 9/19-20

Also, the swimming pool will not be open this year.

For more information, contact Macungie Memorial Park at (610) 966-4289 or visit their website.



Dear Community Members,

As directed by the Governor of Pennsylvania, the State (including Lehigh County and Borough of Macungie) are now in the "Green" phase of reopening, which was shut down due to the recent Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. This action was taken to protect the health and safety of our community and all of its citizens. It is extremely important that everyone continues to follow the guidelines outlined by government officials concerning the Coronavirus.

Each one of us can do our part to reduce the spread of COVID-19 by taking proper precautionary measures to keep our community safe by following the rules of social distancing at all times; maintaining six feet distance from others; continuing to wear a mask when in public places, avoiding discretionary travel; not meeting in groups larger than twenty-five people; quarantine yourself at home if you or a family member is ill; practice good hygiene by washing hands frequently and using hand sanitizer; and disinfect frequently used surfaces and items as much as possible.

Please stay informed by listening to daily news updates on television as they arise and visiting Governor Wolf's website at www.governor.pa.gov/ for detailed information.

Please stay healthy and do your part to keep others healthy as well.

Thank you for your assistance and attention with this matter,
Macungie Borough Council

****************************************************************************************************************************************************** Declaration of Disaster Emergency - in response to the COVID-19 pandemic emergency, the Borough of Macungie Mayor, Ronald Conrad, made this declaration, which authorizes officials of Macungie Borough to act as necessary to meet the current demands of this emergency, namely: by the employment of temporary workers, by the rental of equipment, by the purchase of supplies and materials, and by entering into such contracts and agreements for the performance of public work as may be required to meet the emergency, all without regard to those time-consuming procedures and formalities normally prescribed by law, mandatory constitutional requirements excepted. To view the full Declaration, click here.



As a precautionary measure in response to the COVID-19 outbreak, effective Tuesday March 17, 2020, in an effort to help protect the public and Borough officials and staff from the spread of the novel Coronavirus, the Borough offices will be closed to the public until further notice. Business will be conducted as follows:

If you need to submit anything to the Borough Office, please use the Drop Box located on the Church Street side of Borough Hall.

If you have items that need to be returned to you, they will be sent via email or U.S. Mail.

If you are paying a bill using cash and do not have the correct change, any overage will be applied to your account as a credit.

The office staff will continue to work with residents remotely by email and phone (610-966-2503).

We appreciate your understanding and we apologize for any inconvenience.
Macungie Borough Council

Office Phone # 610-966-2503
Police Phone # 610-966-2222

UPDATE: Lower Macungie Township compost site passes are now available at the Borough of Macungie for a cost of $30.00 each ($25.00 per pass, plus a $5.00 sticker fee= $30.00 total). Macungie Borough residents MUST submit an application, along with the $30.00 payment, to the Borough of Macungie, 21 Locust Street, Macungie, PA 18062 (DO NOT send it to Lower Macungie Township).

The Borough of Emmaus Compost Site is open with a reduction in hours of operation. As per their website, on April 02, 2020, the Compost Site will be open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. The site will not be open in the evening or on weekends and the Public Works Department will not be available to load vehicles. For hours of operation or questions, please contact Emmaus Borough at (610) 965-9292 or visit their website at www.borough.emmaus.pa.us/.

Permits for the Borough of Emmaus Municipal Compost Facility are available at the Borough of Macungie, Town Hall, at a cost of $20.00 each. For more information click here.

No refunds will be given, if you purchase a Borough of Emmaus yard waste pass, then decide later you would prefer to go to Lower Macungie Township instead. You would have to pay for a Lower Macungie Township pass separately.



In our country everyone counts—no matter who you are, your economic status, how you worship or your immigration status. The 2020 Census is how this great American promise is kept. When you respond to the 2020 Census you help ensure your community receives the healthcare, infrastructure and education funding that it deserves for the next 10 years.

There are several activities the Census Bureau will conduct for an accurate list of addresses, including online, U.S. Mail and door-to-door Canvassers. Please respond today online at 2020Census.gov.

U.S. Census Bureau Address Canvassers will also be in your neighborhoods to speak with residents that have not responded online. Census employees will have badges, along with black and white bags with a Census logo. They will knock on doors, introduce themselves as a Census Bureau employee, show their official government ID, explain the purpose of their visit and ask a few simple questions to verify the address and any additional living quarters on the property for inclusion on the 2020 Census. Residents may ask for a picture ID from another source to confirm their identity.

More information about the 2020 Census and/or Address Canvassers can be found in their article or brochure.

If you have any questions about the Address Canvassers, please contact the Philadelphia Region at (267) 780-2600 or Philadelphia.rcc.partnership@2020census.gov.

The Presentation "Singing is Out of This World" will be held at the Lower Macungie Middle School on:

October 30 & November 06, 2020 @ 8:00pm; and
October 31 & November 07, 2020 @ 2:00pm & 8:00pm

For more information or to obtain tickets visit their website at www.macungie-minstrelaires.org/ or call (610) 966-3145.

A portion of the proceeds will go to The Community Music School of the Lehigh Valley.

The Friends of the Macungie Institute presents “Holiday Tea” on Saturday, November 21, 2020. The FIRST seating is 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. and the SECOND seating is 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Macungie Institute, 510 E. Main Street, Macungie. Tickets are $25.00 per person and go on sale July 15, 2020.

For more information, contact Jane Leeser at (610) 966-2775 or view the event flyer.

Macungie Volunteer Fire Department is looking for volunteers to be part of their team.

Click HERE to view pamphlet for more information and how to volunteer in the Fire 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 HERE to sign up. Don't forget to sign up for the Borough Notification System (SWIFT911).

To view the monthly police report, click HERE

Welcome To Macungie Borough

Macungie is a Lenape Indian phrase signifying "The feeding place of the Bears" or, as it was translated by the early Pennsylvania German immigrants, "Baere Schwamm" (fertile meadow of the bears). The Macungie region was first settled by Pennsylvania German immigrants around the year 1735. The village of Millerstown, now the Borough of Macungie, was established in 1776 by Peter Miller of Upper Hanover Township, Montgomery County, when he purchased 150 acres of land along a King's Highway in what was then a portion of Northampton County.

On November 15, 1857, the village of Millerstown was incorporated as a borough. In 1875, the borough was renamed Macungie. Macungie (pronounced ma-CUN-gee) is the second oldest borough in Lehigh County, Pennsylvania. The Borough has a total area of 1.0 square mile.

Please feel free to contact us with your inquiries.

Macungie Circa 1893
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