2013 Muhlenberg Citizen Survey - Muhlenberg Township has started the process of gathering information from residents and businesses alike to help shape a vision of what the Township should strive to become in the next 5 to 10 years.
This survey was developed for you to describe how you see the Township today including the community’s strengths and weaknesses and also what the Township should look and feel like in the future. Click here to take the survey.
Community Workshops - What is Your Vision for the Township? Attend These Community Workshops starting at 6 PM. All Workshops have the same agenda so choose the one that best fits your schedule! This is YOUR opportunity to provide ideas about what investments should be made over the next 5 -10- 20 years to make the Township a better place to live, work and play. Tell us what’s working; what’s not; what are the most important changes needed; and how to get them done. Read more
Pratt Display Division officially commences operations of 115,000square foot production facilities at the Rt 61 Distribution Center in Muhlenberg Township, Pa. A senior executive with Pratt said the 100% recycled paper and packaging company was looking to expand its footprint in the northeast to better service its customer base for in-store merchandising displays. Read More
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
IGREEN Electronic LLC will host electronic recycling even on Saturday, October 26 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at their facility located on 250 Corporate Drive, Reading, PA 19605, Berks Corporate Center. 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