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Moore Township News
The Bertsch-Hokendaqua-Catasauqua Watershed Association is sponsoring a rain barrel workshop. For more information, click HERE.



The Community Days Committee is holding a Sportsmen Bingo and Chinese Auction fundraiser on Friday, April 26 at Klecknersville Rangers Vol. Fire Company. For complete details, click HERE.



Moore Township friends: The 2019 Moore Township Real Estate and Per Capita bills have been mailed out as of Friday 2/22/2019. If you do not receive your tax bills in the next two weeks please call or email me so I can get a new bill to you. I have no way of knowing you may not have received your bills if you do not contact me. With the mass mailing there is no way to track or know if the original bill actually got to you. Please reach out via email at mooretwptax@gmail.com or my office phone 484-294-3798 if you do not receive it in the next couple of weeks.
If you want to drop off your payment instead of sending it in the mail but do not want to wait in line in my office, or my hours do not work for you, there is a locked drop box on my garage.
Lastly... The bright yellow insert included with your tax bills has information on it to help answer questions you may have: office hours when I'm open for walk in payments, what payments are accepted, how to make your check payable, where to mail if you mail your payment, etc.
Thank you!
Autumn Silfies, Tax Collector




Household Hazardous Waste Collection Event 8:30am -2pm, Free event for Northampton County residents
May 18th Northampton Community College, 3835 Green Pond Rd., Bethlehem 18020
NEW: NO tires will be collected, residents can contact Earth First Recycling to drop off at Glendon location 610-438-8330

E-waste Collection Events 9am-12pm, FEES APPLY FOR RECYCLING MOST ELECTRONICS
April 13th, Waste Management Grand Central Landfill Office, 910 W Pennsylvania Ave., Pen Argyl 18072
April 27th, City of Easton Recycling Center, 500 Bushkill Dr., Easton 18042
May 4th, City of Bethlehem Municipal Ice Rink, 345 Illick’s Mill Rd., Bethlehem 18017
September 14th, City of Easton Recycling Center, 500 Bushkill Dr., Easton 18042
September 21st, Forks Twp. Public Works Facility, 100 Newlins Rd. East, Easton 18040
October 5th, Northampton Borough Community Center, 1601 Laubach Ave., Northampton 18067

Paper Shredding 9am-12pm, Free events for Northampton County residents
May 11th, Bangor Municipal Office, 197 Pennsylvania Ave., Bangor 18013
September 28th, Weona Park, 1026 Blue Valley Dr., Pen Argyl 18088
October 19th, Centerfield School Building, 6984 S Delaware Dr., Martins Creek 18063

Latex Paint
There will be no mobile Latex Paint collection events
Drop-off appointments at the ReStore location can be scheduled by calling ReStore at 610-776-7499. Confirmed appointments will be on the first Tuesday of each month.
Latex paint is not hazardous and will not accepted at HHW collection events. Unusable paint can be dried out and disposed of as trash.

For the full schedule, click HERE
Additional recycling and disposal drop-off locations can be found HERE





Moore Township is a large, rural community containing 38 square miles in north-central Northampton County, Pennsylvania. The Township entirely surrounds the small Borough of Chapman Quarries. Two larger boroughs, Bath and Nazareth, are located to the south and southeast. The township has 6 different mailing addresses due to its large size; they include Bath, Nazareth, Northampton, Danielsville, Walnutport and Wind Gap.

The Moore Township Police Department and the Klecknersville Rangers Volunteer Fire Company provide 24 hour emergency services to the township. Moore Township is very rural and contains beautiful picturesque farmlands, woodlands and mountains. Framed to the north by the Blue Mountain, the Township has the famous Appalachian Trail, which runs through the Township. Agriculture and single-family residences, along with open space are the largest features that can be seen within the township. Despite the coming of the Industrial Age, Moore Township has remained largely rural in character.

In a series of meetings and questionnaires over the years, township residents said they value the physical beauty of the township, the openness of the land and the wildlife and plant life around them. Thus, in planning for the future they recognize the need to remember and preserve elements of the past.



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