Community Bulletin Board

OPEN SPACE PRESERVATION
Click here for the map of LNT Open Space Preservation – Lands with 10 Acres or More
Click here for the map of LNT Open Space Preservation – Preserved Farm Lands
Click here for the map of LNT Open Space Preservation – Lands with Development

 

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

PUBLIC WORKS:
None at this time

SUMMER PARK PROGRAM:
None at this time.

 

2019 NCATO SCHOLARSHIP
Open to students residing in the following townships: Allen, Bushkill, East Allen, Forks, Hanover, Lehigh, Lower Mt. Bethel, Lower Nazareth, Lower Saucon, Moore, Palmer, Plainfield, Upper Mt. Bethel, Upper Nazareth, Washington and Williams.

Click here for the Scholarship Letter to Applicant
Click here for the Scholarship Application and College Release

 

2020 Census Jobs Available
Click here for information on how to apply for census jobs
Click here for additional details on various jobs available.

 

ANIMAL CONTROL OFFICER
The Township of Lower Nazareth is pleased to announce our participation in the Nazareth Area Council of Governments Animal Control Program. Beginning January 1, 2019, Pibbles Paws Safe Haven will serve as our Animal Control Officer. The animal control program will only cover dogs at this time.

Pibbles Paws Safe Haven is located in Moore Township and is a state-licensed facility that currently works to rescue adult dogs and puppies in need of a forever family. The Facebook page for the animal control officer is Pibbles Paws Safe Haven ACO Stray Intakes. Pictures of lost or stray dogs will be posted on this page as well as other important information.

If you see a lost or stray dog, please contact Northampton County Non-Emergency at (610) 759-2200. Do not call 911. Your local police department will determine if the animal control officer will need to respond.

Pibbles Paws Safe Haven is always in need of foster families for both puppies and adult dogs. If you would like to open your heart and your home to a pup in need, please contact Pibbles Paws directly through Facebook.

 

 

ROUTE 191 & NEWBURG ROAD IMPROVEMENTS

Click here to review to proposed improvements to the Route 191 & Newburg Road Intersection

COMMUNITY EVENTS:

 

 

 

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 www.penneastpipeline.com, 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 www.penneastpipeline.com. 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 answers@penneastpipeline.com 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.