TOWNSHIP, LEHIGH COUNTY
is taking this opportunity to provide Township constituents with
up-to-date information involving the operation of your Government.
We have included herein general information, new laws that have
been enacted, the status of current Township projects, and a
listing of new businesses currently located in the Township or
anticipated in the near future.
As we have
indicated in our past publications, the Township's goal is to
keep you in touch with your Government's operations and policies.
This News Update is our means to accomplish that goal.
On behalf of
your Elected Officials, we hope you find these News Updates informative
Housing Rehabilitation (CWHR) Program
of Lehigh is currently accepting names to the waiting list
for the County-Wide Housing Rehabilitation Program. The
CWHR Program provides up to $20,000 of rehabilitation assistance
to income-eligible, owner occupants of properties in the
County Townships & boroughs, In general, financial assistance
is available for the renovation or replacement of substandard
heating, electrical & plumbing services; some structural
repairs & modifications; insulation & other improvements
designed to reduce operational expenses; alteration to correct
code violations & other repair work necessary for upgrading
existing homes to standard condition.
in the form of forgiveness of liens & is interest free.
To add your property to the CWHR waiting list, or if you have
any questions, please contact the CGP&H at 1.800.619.9979.
Income limits apply. Contact CGP&H for current information.
Program is funded through the Community Development Block Grant
Program & is governed by federal regulations & Lehigh
in the wrong direction on Township Streets
township has become aware of residents parking in the wrong
direction on the Township streets. Such conduct creates
safety issues for
other motorists & pedestrians. Should this conduct continue,
in addition to contacting the State Police at 610.861.2026,
to have violators ticketed, the Township may be forced to
appropriate legislation to enable the Township to prosecute