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

There will be no mulch distribution this year

It has been brought to our attention that Chrin will NOT be hosting a mulch distribution event this year. 

Penn East Pipeline request for comments ~ Click and scroll down for details

Please click here to view the details regarding the Penn East Pipeline project amendment

Spring Cleanup! PennDOT seeking Volunteers - click and scroll down for details

Pennsylvania Seeks Volunteers for Statewide Spring Cleanup, Beautification Effort Harrisburg, PA – The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) and Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) are seeking volunteers for this year's Great American Cleanup of Pennsylvania, a campaign of statewide community cleanup activities that runs through May 31. Groups participating in PennDOT's Adopt-A-Highway (AAH) program, which involves volunteers cleaning roadsides year-round, are also encouraged to take part in the campaign. "For years, PennDOT has taken an active role in supporting the many volunteers who've taken a vested interest in cleaning up Pennsylvania," said PennDOT Secretary Leslie S. Richards. "We are more than thankful for the thousands who share our desire to keep Pennsylvania beautiful." "Each year communities, volunteer organizations, friends, and co-workers come together for trash cleanup…

Northampton County Recycling events - Click and scroll down for more info

Please click here to view the 2019 schedule of recycling events

Library grant help needed - click here and scroll down for details

Meuser Library is preparing to apply for a Keystone Grant                                         You Can Help! A Keystone Library Grant will pay for needed repairs to the Public Library of Wilson Borough, West Easton, Williams Township and Glendon.  One of our first priorities will be the replacement of retaining walls and steps for an outside area that the library would like to use for children's activities and other patron uses.  Another item of high priority is the need to replace flooring in the adult and juvenile departments.   It is possible that this project may replace the tiles with an industrial type of carpet that will hold up to foot…

Scholarship offer ~ click & scroll down for details

The Northampton County Association of Township Officials announces the offering of a Scholarship! Click here to view the details Click here for an application  

Recycling Center changes ~ click and scroll down for details

Effective January 1, 2019 - Our Recycling Center on Morgan Hill Road will no longer be accessible for 24 hour drop off. All collection containers will be moved behind fencing and locked. So we can better monitor and properly regulate collection, we will be open on the Second Saturday each month. The center will operate from 9:00 am until Noon and will be overseen by a member of our Public Works Department and our Local Boy Scouts to ensure the newly required separation process is followed. This collection will also coincide with our “brush” collection as well. Please click on the "Recycling" tab located on the left hand side of this home page for more information. Or CLICK HERE to view a flyer with a…

Boards & Committee Vacancies ~ click here and scroll down for details

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: Landfill Advisory Committee memeber - 6 meetings per Year at 9:00am Zoning Hearing Board Alternate - meetings held once a month as needed at 7:00pm Planning Commission Alternate - meetings are held once a month as needed at 7:00pm If you are interested in serving on one of the above boards, please email your letter of interest to Mikal Sabatine at msabatine@williamstwp.org  

We would like to hear from you ~ click here and scroll down for details

The Township is giving consideration to taking advantage of some of the latest technology for Public Communication. We are speaking with vendors that provide programs that would allow our residents to sign up via your cell phone for notifications. These notifications range from Emergency Notices, Weather Updates, Community Watches & Special events and activities. We will even possess the ability to send out monthly newsletter directly to your mobile device. The program is comletely voluntary and you may also select exactly what type of messages you wish to recieve. There is no fee to our community for the service but as you can imagine a substantial investment on the part of the Township. Therefore; before making a final decision we would like to come to…

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 with your full name & home address 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.

Spotted Lanternfly info ~click & scroll down for details

Please CLICK HERE to view a flyer with information from the PennState Extention regarding Lanternfly management for Homeowners

Pennsylvania Seeks Volunteers for Statewide Spring Cleanup, Beautification Effort

Harrisburg, PA – The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) and Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) are seeking volunteers for this year's Great American Cleanup of Pennsylvania, a campaign of statewide community cleanup activities that runs through May 31. Groups participating in PennDOT's Adopt-A-Highway (AAH) program, which involves volunteers cleaning roadsides year-round, are also encouraged to take part in the campaign.

"For years, PennDOT has taken an active role in supporting the many volunteers who've taken a vested interest in cleaning up Pennsylvania," said PennDOT Secretary Leslie S. Richards. "We are more than thankful for the thousands who share our desire to keep Pennsylvania beautiful."

"Each year communities, volunteer organizations, friends, and co-workers come together for trash cleanup projects that make a tangible difference," DEP Secretary Patrick McDonnell said. "Getting trash off roads and streambanks makes communities more inviting, as well as improving public health and reducing stormwater runoff pollution. I thank the many Pennsylvanians who volunteer and look forward to joining in a cleanup event again this year."

"Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful is grateful to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania for its support of the thousands of volunteers that pitch in to make Pennsylvania a more clean and beautiful place to live, work and play," said Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful President, Shannon Reiter.

Volunteering is easy. People can simply organize their own local event and register it at Great American Cleanup of Pennsylvania, or can register to participate in an already registered event. Gloves, trash bags, and safety vests for the cleanup campaign will be provided by PennDOT, DEP, and the GLAD Products Company, a national sponsor.

In addition, during "Pick It Up, PA Days," April 13 – May 6, registered cleanup events have access to reduced or free disposal at participating landfills, through support from DEP and the Pennsylvania Waste Industries' Association.

During last year's cleanup, 108,638 volunteers collected over 6.5 million pounds of litter from Pennsylvania's roads, trails, and shorelines. Over 5,300 events were held, with every county participating.

PennDOT's AAH program contributed 25,927 volunteers, who cleaned up nearly 25 percent of the collected litter on 10,076 miles of cleaned-up roadway.

Through PennDOT's AAH program, volunteers collect litter on a 2-mile section of state highway at least twice a year. The program currently has over 4,700 participating groups, more than 91,800 volunteers, and 10,244 miles of adopted state-maintained roadways.

PennDOT has created a comprehensive webpage that includes all volunteer opportunities available, from the Great American Cleanup of Pa and Adopt-A-Highway to Safety Training, Litter Brigades and more. Find it at PennDOT.gov, Roadside Beautification.

In addition to the department's clean-up activities, PennDOT is participating in a multi-agency initiative to promote plantings that will benefit Pennsylvania's pollinators and native species. Volunteers can assist by applying to adopt pollinator habitats. More information on the department's new Pollinator Habitat Plan can be found under Adopt and Beautify at www.PennDOT.gov.

The Great American Cleanup of Pennsylvania is sponsored each year by PennDOT, DEP, Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful, and other partners