Tax Office Notice

Katie Faubert

ATTENTION TAXPAYERS As a result of the Williams Township Municipal Office being closed to visitors until further notice due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19), the tax collector will NOT be in the office on November 2, 2020 or January 4, 2021 for the collection of the Wilson Area School District taxes in person. YOU HAVE A COUPLE OF OPTIONS TO ENSURE … Read More

Shredding Event

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Shred Event has been rescheduled for Saturday, September 19, 2020 from 9:00am to 11:00am. Titan Mobile Shredding will be on site at the Public Works Building, 2540 Morgan Hill Road to offer FREE paper shredding service to Williams Township residents. Acceptable items include paper of any type or color such as documents, checks, bills, manila folders, with staples and/or paper … Read More

Public Meeting Notice for SEPTEMBER 2020

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Please click here to view the Legal Notice: Legal Notice for BOS LPAB Virtual Meetings Park Live Meeting Williams TWP 08.14.20 (002) Due to the COVID-19 protocols, we have elected to host our meeting via GoTo Meeting. The public is encouraged to attend and will have access to public questions during the meeting. Please follow the directions listed in the … Read More

CANCELED: Northampton County Recycling Events

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The remaining 2020 County-wide collection events are cancelled Current options for electronics disposal: Electronics Drop-off locations (residents and businesses): • DRC Technologies, 2005 Main St., Northampton 18067, 610-502-0854 • Clean Earth, 2330 SW 26th St., Allentown 18103, 866-447-5177 • GER Solutions, 795 Roble Rd. Allentown 18109, 610-443-1776 As always, fees may apply for recycling some electronics. Appointments may be required … Read More

Spotted Lanternfly Information

Katie Faubert

The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture issued an order of quarantine and treatment to stop the movement of this invasive insect to new areas and slow its spread within the quarantine area. All landowners are responsible for controlling spotted lanternfly on their own property to the best of their ability. Everyone is encouraged to report sightings using the online reporting tool: … Read More

Library Book Fair Canceled

Katie Faubert

The Library’s September Book Fair has been cancelled due to the COVID-19 Pandemic. Mary Meuser Memorial Library 1803 Northampton Street Easton, PA 18042-3183 610-258-3040 www.meuserlib.org

We’ve only just begun…

Katie Faubert

As it may seem like an eternity, the earth is moving and the development of the Melchor Tract Project, the Townships second walking trail, is underway. Monday, July 6, 2020 the Township Public Works Department has begun construction to the long awaited project. As the project may be completed over several years and phases, it is the Townships hope that … Read More

2020 US Census info

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Please click on the link below to view updated 2020 Census information: 2020 Census flyer JULY 22, 2020 — The U.S. Census Bureau is sending reminder postcards this week to an estimated 34.3 million households. This will be the final mailing before census takers begin visiting nonresponding households across the nation in mid-August. Responding now minimizes the need for census … Read More

Seeking member for Board vacancy

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The Williams Township Board of Supervisors is seeking individuals interested in serving on a Township Board.  The Township is currently accepting letters of interest from residents to fill the following positions: Zoning Hearing Board Alternate – meetings held once a month as needed at 7:00 pm on the fourth Wednesday of the month. Recreation Board member – meetings held once a … Read More

Seeking Members for an ASA Committee

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Williams Township is seeking members to create an Agricultural Security Area Advisory Committee. The Committee shall advise the Board of Supervisors and work with the Planning Commission in relation to the proposed establishment, modification, review and termination of an ASA. They shall render advice as to the nature and desirability of these actions, including advice as to the nature of … Read More