Williams Township Municipal Office
655 Cider Press Road
Easton, Pennsylvania 18042

Phone: 610-258-6788
Fax: 610-258-6080
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Williams Township Announcements

Electronic Recycling Events ~ click and scroll down for details

Click here to view a flyer with details & dates of the 2018 Electronic Recycling Events

County Rehab Program info ~ click and scroll down for details

Please click here to learn about a program offered by Northampton County which may be able to benefit low income homeowners                                                                                                             

Keystone Taxpayer Helpline ~ Click and scroll down for details

Please click here to view a flyer with details 

Household Hazardous Waste Recycling Event ~ click and scroll down for details

Please click here to view a flyer with details regarding the upcoming May 19th Northampton County Household Hazardous Waste recycling event

Comprehensive plan update ~ click here and scroll down for details

>Survey Results< Thank you to our residents for your feedback!   The Township has begun the process to update its Comprehensive Plan. See the "Comprehensive Plan" link on the left side of this web page for more information."   

Join our Monthly Email list! ~ click and scroll down for details

If you are interested in signing up for our Monthly Email blast, please email Katie at: kfaubert@williamstwp.org  At the beginning of every month we send out a blast to our residents here in Williams Township about events happening during that month. This is a great way to stay informed of what is going on in your community.

Boards and Committees - Vacancies

The Williams Township Board of Supervisors is seeking individuals that are interested in serving on a Township Board or Committee. The Township is currently accepting letters of interest from residents to fill the following positions: Zoning Hearing Board Alternate Zoning Hearing Board Member (vacancy as of January 1, 2018) Planning Commission Alternate Land Preservation Board Member If you are interested in serving on one of the above boards, please email your letter of interest to Jennifer Smethers at jsmethers@williamstwp.org.  

Welcome to Williams Township.  Our municipal office is located on our beautiful park at 655 Cider Press Road in Easton, Pennsylvania. Here you will find a walking trail, pavilion, ball fields, tennis courts, and a playground for children.

This is all available for our township residents use during daylight hours. The pavilion is available to rent for your use.

The walking trail is .34 of a mile once around. It is a great place to exercise! Our park in Raubsville is also available for your use. It also has a pavilion available for rent and a ball field, tennis court and playground. It is located right off of Route 611 on Keifer & Young Street. Please call the office for further information at 610-258-6788.

There are three Supervisors who govern our community.  They are Mark Ernst, Chairman; Ray Abert, Vice-Chairman; and Michael Bryant, Supervisor.  The Township Manager is Jennifer Smethers. 

 

Mission Statement

Williams Township is a community of rolling hills, farmland and woodland with great scenic beauty. It also includes older villages and newer developments. These homes are not far from many excellent opportunities for employment.

Williams Township's primary mission is to protect the health, safety and general welfare of its residents. We are a community that emphasizes balanced well-planned growth, while continually guiding changes to serve the public interest, and to provide residents with a very high quality of life that is affordable.