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  • Homepage, Police, Recycling & Solid Waste

    Search for Possibly Rabid Dog

    August 10 2020
    Residents in the vicinity of the 1200 block of S Seventh Street in Allentown should be on the lookout for a stray tan Pit Bull that has been exposed to rabies.
  • Homepage, Parks & Recreation

    City Closing Sports Fields

    August 07 2020
    In the interest of public health, the city of Allentown is closing all city-owned and maintained sports fields until further notice.
  • Homepage, Recycling & Solid Waste

    Recycling Drop Off Center Reopens

    August 07 2020
    The city of Allentown Recycling Drop Off Center at 1400 Martin Luther King Jr. reopened late this morning.
  • Homepage, Fire

    AFD Welcomes New Firefighters

    August 07 2020
    Eleven new firefighters will be on the job in the Allentown Fire Department.
  • Homepage, Public Works, Recycling & Solid Waste

    Recycling Drop Off Center Closed

    August 06 2020
    The city of Allentown Recycling Drop Off Center at 1400 Martin Luther King Jr. remains closed today while crews clean the grounds and technicians assess flood water damage to an on-site electrical panel.
  • Homepage, Community and Economic Development

    Flood Damage Assistance from Red Cross

    August 06 2020
    The American Red Cross is mobilized across multiple counties, including Lehigh, to assist those impacted by the severe weather and flooding brought to the area by Tropical Storm Isaias.
  • Homepage, Parks & Recreation

    Golf Course Reopening August 6

    August 05 2020
    Allentown Municipal Golf Course will reopen on Thursday, August 6 at 1:00 p.m.
  • Homepage, Public Works, Recycling & Solid Waste

    Flooding Closes Recycling Drop Off Center

    August 05 2020
    The Recycling Drop Off Center at 1400 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive is closed today due to flooding.
  • Homepage

    Flood Waters Receding

    August 04 2020
    According to the National Weather Service Advanced Hydrologic Prediction Service, at 10:30 a.m. on Wednesday, August 5 the Little Lehigh Creek had fallen below flood stage near Allentown at 4.34 feet.
  • Homepage, Streets

    Walnut Street Closed for Flood Damage Repair

    August 04 2020
    As of 8:00 a.m. on Thursday, August 6, in the city of Allentown Walnut Street from Lafayette Street to St Elmo Street remains closed due to damage caused by Tuesday’s creek flooding.
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