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Entries for November 2016

  • Homepage, Parks & Recreation

    Lights in the Parkway Opens Nov 25

    November 16 2016
    Allentown’s 20th season of Lights in the Parkway opens Friday, November 25 at 5:30pm in Lehigh Parkway!
  • Homepage, Public Works, Recycling & Solid Waste

    Allentown Launches Recyclebank Program

    November 15 2016
    Rewards for recycling are coming to the city of Allentown!
  • Homepage, Police

    City Unveils Internet Exchange Site

    November 10 2016
    Persons interested in selling or acquiring items in private internet sales can now complete their deals in front of the Allentown Police Patrol Station at 10th & Hamilton streets.
  • Homepage, Parks & Recreation, Community and Economic Development

    PA DCED Funding Park Master Plan

    November 09 2016
    The Pennsylvania Department of Community & Economic Development is awarding the city of Allentown an $85,000 grant for the completion of a master plan for the development of Allentown Central Park.
  • Homepage

    Pawlowski Nominates Managing Director

    November 08 2016
    Allentown Mayor Ed Pawlowski is nominating Oscar Montoya to become the city’s next Managing Director.
  • Homepage, Community and Economic Development

    Everlasting Life Ministries Operating Warming Station

    November 04 2016
    The Allentown warming station at the Fountain Pool House off Martin Luther King Jr. Drive will be leased and operated by Everlasting Life Ministries during the coming winter season.
  • Homepage, Fire

    Fire Department Welcomes Two

    November 04 2016
    Two new firefighters are putting their skills to work in the Allentown Fire Department.
  • Homepage, Finance

    Property Tax Steady for 12th Consecutive Year

    November 03 2016
    Allentown Mayor Ed Pawlowski delivered his proposed 2017 city budget to City Council Wednesday. The $104.7 million spending plan holds the property tax rate steady for a 12th consecutive year!