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    MLK Drive Milling Project

    May 19 2020
    A milling project will close portions of Martin Luther King Jr. Drive during the day into the first week of June.
  • Homepage, EMS Paramedics

    EMS Awarded Ambulance Funding

    May 14 2020
    Allentown EMS has been awarded $141,000 for the purchase of a new ambulance.
  • Homepage, Streets

    Stretch of MLK Drive Closed for Milling

    May 13 2020
    Martin Luther King Jr. Drive is closed for milling from Lehigh Street to S. 10th Street on Monday, May 18.
  • Homepage, Police

    Police Week Ceremony Held

    May 13 2020
    The Allentown Police Department honored deceased officers today during a 30- minute ceremony outside City Hall.
  • Homepage, Streets

    LCA Sewer Pipeline Project Update

    May 12 2020
    Motorists traveling on Martin Luther King Drive in the city should be aware of anticipated delays.
  • Homepage, Recycling & Solid Waste

    Bulk Item Curbside Collection Resuming

    May 11 2020
    The City of Allentown is resuming the curbside collection of bulk items effective Wednesday, May 13. 
  • Homepage, Community and Economic Development

    2020 Blues Brews & Barbecue Cancelled

    May 08 2020
    With concern for the public health and safety and in light of Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf’s decision to extend a stay at home order through June 4 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the City of Allentown and the Allentown Chamber of Commerce are cancelling ...
  • Homepage, Fire, Health

    Health Licenses, Fire Permits Extended

    May 07 2020
    The Allentown Health Bureau and Allentown Fire Department are extending the license and permit periods of food and childcare establishments with licenses or permits due to expire this month.
  • Homepage, Streets

    Street Cleaning Delayed; Meter Enforcement Resuming

    May 07 2020
    After consultation between the Allentown Parking Authority, Mayor Ray O’Connell and City Council, enforcement of street cleaning parking regulations will continue to be suspended until Tuesday, May 26.
  • Homepage, Parks & Recreation

    Parks & Rec Rentals Suspensions Extended

    April 30 2020
    Department of Parks and Recreation organized field and pavilion rentals at city facilities are now suspended through the end of May.
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