Community Bulletin Board

Northampton County Bridge Project

Bridge #102 – Georgetown Road will be closed beginning June 8, 2016. The project is estimated to be completed in beginning to the middle of July 2017.

Bridge #103 & #187 – REOPENED NOVEMBER 4th – Steuben Road will be closed beginning June 13, 2016

Click here for detour maps. We understand these road closures will be an inconvenience for many of our residents and neighboring communities.

Please note that this is not a Township project but rather a Northampton County project. We (Township) have very little to say about the project as it is funded by PennDOT and the County. Questions or concerns can be directed to Stan Rugis, Northampton County Public Works, 610-829-6398

Road Improvement Project

Stay tuned for information on 2017 project(s)

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The PennEast Pipeline Project

  • PennEast Pipeline Company has developed an interactive mapping tool to assist landowners, neighbors and community leaders on the proposed route of the PennEast Pipeline. The map, which is available on our website at, allows users to type their address into the search box to determine the general proximity of the proposed pipeline route to their property.
    • October 8, 2014 – Township Staff met with representatives for the Proposed Pipeline Project. Click here to review the packet of information received at that meeting.
    • PennEast’s website states, “Since we are in the very first stage of a multi-year process, we cannot answer all of the questions at this time. The best way to receive factual information about the project is to visit the project website at The website is updated on a regular basis and many of your questions are addressed in the FAQ tab. If you have additional questions send an electronic message to or call us toll-free at 1-844-347-7119. We will attempt to respond within 24 hours, Monday through Friday and 48 hours on weekends and holidays.”
    • PennEast’s website indicates that “Open houses tentatively will be scheduled for early November. The open houses are not meetings. They are designed to provide attendees an opportunity to visit different stations to talk with experts in the fields of pipeline safety, environment, construction, operations, and land. Attendees may choose to visit whichever station is of most interest and talk with the respective project leads. PennEast will announce the dates and locations in newspaper advertisements, on the project website and in fliers at area libraries.