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The Lake Township Board of Supervisors Monthly Meetings are being held in person, the second Wednesday of the month at 7pm at the Township Building

LAKE TOWNSHIP

STATEMENT ON CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19)

June 10, 2021

 The Lake Township Board of Supervisors has updated the modified operations of the Municipal Office. THE MUNICIPAL OFFICE WILL BE OPEN TO PUBLIC ACCESS. MASKS ARE REQUIRED TO ENTER THE BUILDING IF YOU HAVE NOT BEEN VACCINATED.

You may also contact us in the following ways:

By phone: 570-639-2828  

By email:   laketwp@epix.net

Through our website: www.laketwppa.com

Using our drop box:    Mail slot located next to the front window.

We will continue to monitor the situation and further modifications may be put into effect.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Lake Township Board of Supervisors

TO REPORT POTHOLES,

WASHOUTS OR DOWNED TREES ON STATE ROADS

PLEASE CALL

1800-FIX-ROAD

1-800-349-7623 or

570-826-2386

 

RECYCLING UPDATE:

5-12-22  

The bins are EMPTY. Please check weekly for updates. Current hours are Mon-Thurs 8-2. Currently, there are NO Saturday hours. 

FYI

Plastic recyclables MUST have a triangle symbol with number on them. Just because it's plastic, doesn't mean its recyclable!

This includes

window blinds, hangers, etc.

TAX COLLECTOR NOTICE

New Tax Collector Hours are posted.

LAKE TWP

        Lake Township is a small municipality in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania

consisting of a population of 1,993 per the 2020 census. It consists of three full time employees, one part-time secretary, three supervisors ,a sewage enforcement officer, and a code enforcement officer. Lake Township has a 3rd party agency for building code enforcement.

Williams Pipeline will be Conducting blowdown/recompression operations at the 30 valve located at Pine Tree Road beginning May 17th. This is a process that is controlled and supervised at all times. Please be aware that the operation includes loud noises and gas smells during activities. Traffic and roadways will not be affected. These operations could last for up to 10 days.