Washington Township Police Department have a Toys for Tots box in the Municipal Building Foyer. You can come and drop off a new, unwrapped toy into the box. Let's help the kids out this holiday season!'
We are collecting non-perishable items for our local food banks for this holiday season. You can drop off them off at our Municipal Building. We have a basket located right inside the front doors.
Washington Township has been nominated for a PetSafe® Unleashed New Park Package, but we need your votes to win! You can vote once a day, every day through November 30. Go to petsafeunleashed.petsafe.com to vote today!
Please follow the link, to find out more about dead deer, and who to call.
Many people are aware that when you apply for Social
Security, your age when you start benefits is a major
factor in how much you receive. Generally, the older you
are, the higher both your benefit percentage and benefit
amount will be. Check out the link, for additional information.
For more information, please click HERE
Service Electric Cable TV & Communications wants to notify you to contact them directly for all billing and service inquires. Washington Township is not listed on the billing for your accounts. Please contact Service Electric toll free 800-232-9100.
Washington Township would like to encourage the community to enjoy our recently paved walking trails at the Recreation Complex. We would also like to remind everyone per State and Township requirements ALL Pets must always be leashed.
As a reminder the Township has waste receptacles throughout the park for the disposal of garbage and dog waste.
Thank you for your understating and cooperation to keep the complex safe and sanitary.
Household Hazardous Waste:
An event is tentatively scheduled for fall 2023.
A date will be announced once the event is confirmed & approved.
Online pre-registration is required to participate in this event.
Please check back for more information.
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Registration User Instructions
Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) is waste produced in our households that is hazardous in nature, but not regulated as hazardous waste under federal and state laws. HHW is that portion of a household product that is no longer usable, is left-over or unwanted, and must be disposed of. The labels on hazardous products typically use words like CAUTION, DANGER, WARNING, COMBUSTIBLE, CORROSIVE, EXPLOSIVE, TOXIC, POISON, or FLAMMABLE.
• Be sure to read product labels for disposal directions to reduce the risk of products exploding, igniting, leaking, mixing with other chemicals, or posing other hazards.
There is no dedicated drop off facility in Northampton County that accepts household hazardous waste. HHW Collection Events provide County residents with access to proper HHW disposal. If you reside within the County, you can take HHW products to an annual collection event free of charge. Acceptable waste must be generated in a home, and not affiliated with any commercial business, contractor, nonprofit, organization, institution, or out-of-county residence. Staff have the right to deny and refuse unauthorized material. Proof of residency is required.
• If you cannot attend a county collection event, please consider asking a friend or neighbor to take the items to the event for proper disposal.
As a Last Resort
If you are unable to wait for a county program offering, you can consider contacting a hazardous waste company to inquire about disposal of HHW materials from your home (fees will apply), or you may legally dispose of them in your household trash provided that:
□ You have looked at the label for any disposal instructions and complied with them.
□ Liquids have been allowed to evaporate or have been absorbed by a material such as vermiculite, cat litter, sawdust, etc.
□ The material has been carefully packaged (i.e., double bagged) to prevent leakage.
□ Large quantities are intermingled with your other household trash in small batches over several collection days.
Our dog wardens work hard every day to serve as the eyes and ears for the dogs of Pennsylvania. They work to find shelter for strays or return them to their families, investigate dog bites and provide justice for victims of dangerous dogs, and connect dogs in kennels with humane justice. In Northampton County if you have concerns regarding a dog please contact Dog Warden: Kathy Andrews Phone Number: 610-909-5720.
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: