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    Lehigh Valley News

    January 13, 2024
    Recent letter to the editor states... Palmer Township takes important step to protect community from warehouse development. Click Lehigh Valley Live link below to read. https://LVL Article:

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    Good News For Township Residents

    January 11, 2024
    Judge Murray's decision is a WIN for good government and the residents of Palmer Township. The decision of the court stated : “We conclude that the decision of the Board of Supervisors of the Township of Palmer to deny the conditional use application is based on substantial evidence. This standard is met when there is "such relevant evidence as a reasonable mind might accept as adequate to support a conclusion." EQT Production Company v. Borough of Jefferson Hills, 652 A.3d 1010, At 1025(Pa. 2019). Appellant Greystone Capital Inc. did not meet its burden of proving otherwise that it's application for conditional use satisfies the requirements for the subject zoning ordinance. Specifically, Appellant failed to adequately identify the end users and type of activity at the proposed property. With regard to these two issues, Appellant's evidence was speculative. Furthermore, Appellant failed to show that the proposed facility would comply with the noise control requirements under Section 190-158 of the subject ordinance.” https:// LVL Article:

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    Nurture Nature Center Request

    January 11, 2024
    Palmer Township Residents - Nurture Nature Center is asking for your assistance. Please add your input to the following community map – an interactive platform for sharing about local assets, at risk areas, critical facilities, community support, natural areas, and important roadways. You can add pins and comments on the map to document important locations or areas of concern. Resiliency is a community effort and your input into the plan is crucial for its success. If you have any questions, please reach out to Map link:

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    Protect Downstream Environments from Illicit Discharges to the Stormsewer System

    November 27, 2023
    Illicit discharges include dry weather flows from stormwater outfalls along stream banks or an unusual looking or odorous discharge from a stormwater outfall during wet weather.

    If an illicit discharge is found, do not investigate further; this material may be harmful to your health and safety. Immediately, notify the Palmer Township Public Services Department at 610-253-7191 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (weekdays); and, after hours, a message can be left at the Northampton County non-emergency phone number 610-759-2200.

    Some examples of illicit discharges are automotive fluids (antifreeze, used motor oil, brake fluid, fuel, etc.), concrete slurry, paint products and solvents. Visual examples of illicit discharges are shown below.

    For additional information, please visit the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection website at

    Examples of Illicit Discharges

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    Stay Connected with Palmer Township Departments

    November 27, 2022
    DID YOU KNOW? Most of our Township departments have their own Facebook page to help keep you up to date. Check them out here:

    Planning & Zoning
    Public Works
    Permits & Codes
    Police Department
    Fire Department
    Parks & Recreation (Community Center)

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    Stormwater Utility Fee Flyer

    September 1, 2023
    Please reference the following flyer with educational information regarding a stormwater utility fee that is being developed in Palmer Township and other Pennsylvania communities. Stormwater Utility Fee Flyer

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    Flooding Assistance Hotline

    July 18, 2023
    Please see following flyer with information with flooding assistance from this weekends flash flood. Assistance may be available with fallen trees, drywall, flooring and appliance removal, tarping of roofs, and mold mitigation. Northeast Flooding Home Cleanup Hotline Information

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    Congressman Susan Wild's Mobile Office Hours at Township Municipal Building

    May 10, 2023
    Congresswoman Susan Wild's office will be offering Mobile Office Hours at the Palmer Township Municipal Building every third Tuesday of the month from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. They can assist residents with with Passports, Postal Service, Social Security, Medicare, IRS, VA, Immigration and any other federal agency.

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    Congresswoman Susan Wild Visit

    April 6, 2023
    The Township had a very productive and beneficial meeting on Thursday, April 6, 2023, with Congresswoman Susan Wild and the Palmer Township Police Department discussing available federal resources for the improvement of Public Safety in Palmer Township. Board of Supervisors

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    Tree City USA

    March 24, 2023
    Palmer Township has been recognized as a Tree City USA community by the Arobor Day Foundation for 2022. With this recognition we can receive free trees from the Arbor Day Foundation, win more grant trees, as well as signage to let residents and visitors know that we are working to care for our trees in Palmer Township. Stay tuned for more updates and information on the program. Click the following link to learn more about the Arbor Day Foundation.

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    Supervisor Panella's Comments at the February 6th Board of Supervisors Meeting

    February 6, 2023
    Supervisor Ann-Marie Panella said, I've been a member of the Palmer Township Board of Supervisors since 2000. I was the second woman to serve on the Board, following Virginia Rickert. I was the first democratic woman elected. I've learned and hopefully I've taught. Palmer has been my home for 30 years. After much thought, I am announcing I am not going to run for re-election. I want to see more involvement from the community. The future is now. If you have been thinking about running, I have two quotes for you: The first from Linsay Fox. "If you believe you can make a difference, then you will make a difference. Believe in yourself, your family and your community and you will win." The second from John F. Kennedy. "One person can make a difference and everyone should try." I want to assure you that I will always be here for the people of Palmer and this community is in my heart.

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    Information for New Businesses

    December 1, 2022
    Are you thinking of starting a business in Palmer Township? Click the following link for the information you will need. Commercial Building/Zoning Permit and Inspection Procedure

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Welcome To Palmer Township

Palmer Township is a community of approximately 22,300 people located near Easton, on the eastern end of the greater Lehigh Valley. Palmer prides itself in being a planned community for the last 55 years, and as a result, we have a mixture of home types, industrial centers and shopping facilities that meet most of the needs of our residents.

Palmer Township is located on the eastern side of Pennsylvania near the Delaware River and close to New Jersey. We are approximately 60 miles from both New York City and Philadelphia. In fact, many of our residents work in eastern New Jersey and New York (more).

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