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Berks County > Municipalities > Muhlenberg Township

210 George Street, Reading PA, 19605
Hours of Operation - 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday - Friday
Police - 610-929-5454
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Summer Discount Tickets are now available for area attractions.  Tickets can be purchased at the Customer Service Center at 210 George Street.   - We cannot offer refunds on any summer discount tickets.  Please be sure to plan your purchase accordingly.  Thank you for your understanding.  It is recommended that you contact the office in advance to insure availability of these tickets. For more information, contact the Customer Service Center at 610-929-4727.

 Board of Commissioners President Mike Malinowski presents Steve Landes with the pavilion dedication sign for his 40 years of service.
The Muhlenberg Township commissioners voted unanimously Monday April 20th to dedicate Pavilion 2 at Jim Dietrich Park to recently retired Township Manager Steven C. Landes.

Landes spent more than 40 years with Muhlenberg. He was hired in October 1974 as the parks and recreation director in his first job after graduating from Penn State and became township manager in 2006. 

The Township would like to thank Steve for his hard work and dedication over the last 4 decades and wish him the best of luck in his upcoming retirement.

The Township is proud to be recognized as #24 out of the 40 best commuter cities in the entire state! The Township continues to strive to be one of the best places to live, work and play in PA. Read the entire article below by following the link.

The Township recently enacted a Rental Property Inspection. Many residents have questions about this program. The Rental Inspection page will serve as a resource for landlords for forms as well as any questions they might have. Read More

ATTENTION RESIDENTS – All Muhlenberg Township Offices, including the Tax Collector and Police Department, have moved to 210 George Street, Hyde Park, Reading, 19605.  The new location includes a Customer Service Center on the main level with representatives ready to take care of the majority of your needs and answer your questions. Center representatives can also be reached by calling 610-929-4727.  The Township looks forward to providing with quality customer service at our new location.

Drop off your expired or unused, prescribed and over-the-counter medications in the lobby at the Muhlenberg Township Municipal Building. Community members can utilize this drop box to ensure that medications will not end up in the wrong hands but rather properly disposed of. Read More

Electronic Devices and Your Trash Service
Due to a Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) mandate, there will be changes to your trash pickup service. The Covered Device Recycling Act 108 (CORA) now prohibits the following electronic devices from disposal at DEP permitted solid waste landfills: desktop and laptop computers, computer monitors, computer peripherals, and televisions. As of 1/24/13 this ban will go into effect On bulk collection days in your community should any of these items be at curbside they will be tagged as non-collectible. Read More

5th Street Highway/Allentown Pike Corridor Revitalization Project
The Muhlenberg Township 5th Street Highway/Allentown Pike Corridor Revitalization Project includes a 3.9 mile stretch of US Business Route 222 between Highway 222 and the city of Reading boundary. The project's purpose is to develop a vibrant and realistic 10-15 year plan that provides vehicle access while creating a strong sense of place. Read More

 Municipal Meetings

Start Time
Parks & Recreation Board Meeting
5/27/2015 6:00 PM
Arts Board Meeting
6/1/2015 6:30 PM
Zoning Hearing Board
6/3/2015 7:00 PM
Muhlenberg Commissioners Meeting
6/15/2015 7:00 PM
Planning Commission
6/17/2015 7:00 PM

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