The Washington Township Fire Department will be holding an Easter Egg Hunt on April 8th at 10AM. This event will be held at the Washington Township Recreation Complex and all are welcome! We hope to see you with friends and family to enjoy the holiday weekend!
SEALED PROPOSALS FOR BITUMINOUS PAVING were be accepted electronically via the PennBid Program by the Washington Township Board of Supervisors on March 6, 2023.
Bids were Awarded to Livengood Excavators.
2023 Bituminous Paving and Base Repair (Road Bid)
Road to be paved with a 90 lbs./SY of 9.5 mm Scratch Course and a 180 lbs./SY 9.5 mm Wearing Course using Superpave Asphalt Mixture Design, PG 64S-22, 0.3 to 3 million ESAL’s, 9.5 mm Mix SRL-H/equivalent Blend. Lengths and widths are approximate and may vary due to filed conditions.
13,318’x21.75’ AVG or 32,179SY.
Superpave 9.5mm, PG 64S-22, Scratch Course = 1,448 tons
Superpave 9.5mm, PG 64S-22, WMA wearing Course = 2,896 tons
4” Double Yellow Center Line = 13,318 LF
4” White edge line = 26,636 LF
All materials and workmanship must meet the requirements and standards of PennDOT Publication 408 – Specifications, and bidders must be PennDOT prequalified.
Proposals must be on forms provided by the Township. Proposals should be marked “Road Paving Bid Proposal for 2023 Paving Road Program”. Proposal forms, specifications and bid information may be obtained: at the above address, or by calling 610-588-1524, or E-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org, Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM.
All bids must be accompanied by a certified check or bid bond in the amount of ten (10%) percent of the bid made payable to Washington Township.
The successful bidder will be required to provide Performance and Payment Bonds in the amount of 100% of the contract price within 20 days of the award of the contract.
All work must be completed by August 18, 2023; liquidated damages will apply at the rate of $975.00 per day for each day beyond these dates that the work remains incomplete.
The Washington Township Board of Supervisors reserves the right to accept or reject any and/or all proposals or portions thereof, and to delete projects and/or portions of the project depending on budgetary constraints and to waive any technicalities deemed to be in the best interest of the Township.
PA Prevailing Wages apply.
By Order of the Washington Township Board of Supervisors
1021 Washington Blvd., Bangor, PA 18013.
Street Sweeping will be completed throughout the entire Township during the week of April 10th 2023.
Researchers at Temple University are looking for families who drink water from a private well for a paid study. They are interested in keeping children safe from illnesses that can be spread by drinking water from private wells. Families will receive a free whole-home UV water treatment system (value of device + installation = $1,000). Families can participate from home. To be part of this NIH-funded study, families must have a child three years old or younger and live in select Pennsylvania counties.
For more information, visit their website at www.wettrial.org, call them at (215)204-5124, or email them at email@example.com
Washington Township Police Department is hiring Part-Time Police Officers. Availability for Days, Nights, and Weekends. Must be Act 120 Certified.
Send Resume by mail: Chief Krome - Washington Twp Police, 1021 Washington Blvd. Bangor, PA 18013
By Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Board of Supervisors is Seeking Candidates to Fill the Following Vacancies
RECREATION COMMITTEE MEMBER AND ALTERNATES
The goal of the Washington Township Recreation Committee is to enhance the recreational resources available to residents. This Committee meets the 4th Tuesday of each month at 7:00 pm.
Washington Township residents interested in filling any of these vacancies are asked to submit a letter of interest to:
Washington Township Board of Supervisors
1021 Washington Blvd.
Bangor, PA 18013
Small Business Administration has declared a Disaster Declaration (which encompasses Northampton County) due to the excessive heat and drought conditions the county’s agricultural partners experienced throughout July and August 2022. Please see attached informational documents if you need assistance with your small business needs.
SBA Washington DC Correspondence
Master Site Plan for UPPER MOUNT BETHEL PRESERVE
A master plan is being completed at the Upper Mount Bethel Preserve. Please attend upcoming public meeting to share information and your ideas!
The Master Plan is being conducted by Upper Mt. Bethel Township and Simone Collins Landscape Architecture, planning consultants to the township. For more information, please contact Sarah Leeper, RLA at 610-239-7601 or email@example.com.
Attend in person at: Upper Mount Bethel Township Building 387 Ye Olde Highway, Mount Bethel, PA 18343 or attend virtually at the meeting links below:
Public Meeting #2 – Initial Concepts Wednesday, December 7th, 2022 – 7pm
Public Meeting #3 – Draft Plan Wednesday, March 1st, 2023 – 7pm
Public Meeting #4 – Final Plan Wednesday, May 31st, 2023 – 7pm
We do not pick up concrete or construction materials, such as roofing and other home remodeling debris. Special arrangements can be made with J.P.Mascaro & Sons or another waste hauler to remove this debris. Please review the list provided, the following companies may be able to assist. However it is recommended you call the companies to confirm there acceptance of certain materials.
ABE Materials Easton
5137 Lower Mud Run Rd., Easton
American Containers & Disposal
1438 Willowbrook Rd., Northampton
2335 Applebutter Rd., Bethlehem
Chrin Bros. Sanitary Landfill*
400 S Greenwood Ave., Easton
1965 Silvex Rd., Bethlehem
East Penn Sanitation
4687 Hanoverville Rd., Bethlehem
Einfalt Recycling & Salvage, Inc. located at 221 Bushkill St. Stockertown, PA is accepting these items. The phone number is (610) 759-7998, Operating Hours:
For more information from the Pennsylvania Game Commission on road-kill deer, please click HERE