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Moore Township
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Moore Township News

The Planning Commission and Historical Commission regular meetings in November and December are CANCELED.

The Land & Environmental Protection Board regular meeting in December is CANCELED.

For regular meeting information, please visit http://mooretownship.org/meetings.html.

The Board of Supervisors of Moore Township will receive sealed proposals for Leasing of Farmland from April 1, 2022 to March 31, 2023 for Tax Parcel H6-9-1C (approx. 4.5 acres) at 2491 Community Drive, Bath, Northampton County, Pennsylvania. Farming practices must be consistent with an applicable conservation plan or Ag. Erosion and sedimentation plan for each farm to meet the requirements of PA Ch. 102 regulations or the Northampton County Farmland Preservation program. Plot plan may be obtained at the Moore Township Municipal Building, 2491 Community Drive, Bath, Northampton County, Pennsylvania. Bids are due by 3:00 P.M., Tuesday, December 7, 2021, deliver to the Township Manager with “Farm Lease Bid” notated on the envelope. The Board of Supervisors reserves the right to accept or to reject any or all bids in the best interest of the Township and to waive any informality in the Request for Bids process.

The 2022 Northampton County Farmland Preservation Application period is open. There will be two rounds of applications:
Round 1: November 1, 2021 – January, 31, 2022
Round 2: February 1, 2022 – May 2, 2022

For information, please contact Northampton County Farmland Preservation at 610-829-6287.

The 2022 Budget can be viewed HERE. It will be voted upon at the December 7, 2021 Board of Supervisors meeting.

The Community Days Committee will be hosting the following events through the end of the year:
November 19 - Tool Bingo at the Klecknersville Rangers Fire Hall, doors open at 5pm
December 5 - Toy Bingo at the Klecknersville Rangers Fire Hall, doors open at 5pm
For questions regarding this and other Community Days events, please contact Lois Kerbacher at 610-759-9449 x5.

The yard waste site hours for residents are Monday through Friday from 7 am to 3 pm and Saturday from sun up to sun down. The site is closed Sundays. Residents may also drop off at the FRCA. Click HERE for updated commercial and residential FRCA hours. For information regarding the program, visit the Township Page or the FRCA Website.

08/04/21 IMPORTANT NOTICE: Effective this date, until further notice, the First Regional Compost Authority - Central Processing Site WILL NO LONGER accept brush or logs over 12" in diameter, stumps, bamboo or sod. We apologize for the inconvenience.

09/24/21 IMPORTANT NOTICE: Effective October 1, 2021, until further notice, the First Regional Compost Authority - Central Processing Site will temporarily discontinue the acceptance of grass. Additionally "mixed loads" of yard waste will be refused. Brush, branches and leaves are to be segregated before entering the Center.


The 2021 Moore Township Real Estate and Per Capita bills have been mailed out as of Thursday, 2/25/2021. Please open your envelope as there could be multiple bills in it, RE & PC.

If you do not receive the bills in the mail by Mid March please contact the Moore Township Tax collector at 484-294-3798 or email at mooretwptax@gmail.com, with your name and address so duplicate bills can be sent to you. Please take the time to read the GREEN insert that comes along with your tax bills. It addresses frequently asked questions as in, how to make a check payable, forms of payment accepted, how to send payment, totalling bills onto one check, per capita bills questions, etc.

Please note that due Covid-19, in person payments are very limited and will be held this year at the Moore Township Municipal Building on April 23 from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm, April 30 from 11 am to 3 pm, and June 30 from 12 pm to 3 pm.

The locked drop box remains at the Tax Collectors address, you may also continue to drop your payments there as well as mailing them to the address on your bill.



During this time of sheltering-in-place, Penn State Extension has prepared and will continue to offer free webinars for homeowners to learn about stormwater and practices they can implement to improve water quality. For a listing of past programs, click HERE. Recordings and future webinars can be found on the Penn State Extension Facebook pages, Penn State Extension - Lehigh County and Penn State Extension - Northampton County. Please visit https://extension.psu.edu/programs/watershed-stewards for more information about the Penn State Master Watershed Steward Program.

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Welcome To Moore Township

Moore Township Moore Township was formed in 1765 and named after John Moore, a representative of the Provincial Assembly from 1761-1762. 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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