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Emmaus, Pennsylvania is a quaint historic community of 12,000 nestled on the northern slope of South Mountain. It lies 50 miles north of Philadelphia and 20 miles west of the Delaware River. Formed in 1759 as a closed Moravian village on land owned by the church, Emmaus was incorporated as a Pennsylvania borough a hundred years later in 1859.

What is new in Emmaus

What's New

Residents can drop off E-waste at the E-waste dumpster beside the Public Works Department garage on Kline’s Lane. The site will be open on the 2nd Monday of the month from 12:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. beginning on March 10, 2014.

Animal Control

Animal Complaints

In an effort to accommodate residents who have domestic animal complaints, the Borough of Emmaus entered into a contract with the The Sanctuary of Haafsville. Animal Complaints are to be reported to the Animal Control Officer, Richard Hontz, Emmaus Police Department at 610-967-3113

Volunteer

Volunteer Opportunities

The Borough of Emmaus is currently accepting letters of interest to serve on the Arts Commission, Joint Environmental Advisory Council, Parks & Recreation Commission, Planning Commission...

Swiftreach

Swiftreach Networks, Inc.

Swift911™ is a notification program with the capability of delivering recorded warnings to the entire community, via telephone or TTY (teletypewriter) to the Borough

Emmaus work

Employment

Checkout the current openings with the Emmaus Borough

E-Waste Info

Residents can drop off E-waste at the E-waste dumpster beside the Public Works Department garage on Kline’s Lane. The site will be open on the 2nd Monday of the month from 12:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. beginning on March 10, 2014. The site will be closed on holidays and from December through February. Residents visiting the site must show the attendant their identification signifying they are a Borough resident. They shall also pay any fee that may be associated with the drop-off of their electronics, see list. Please note that television and computer screens must be fully in-tact and not cracked or broken to be recycled. If they are broken, we will not be able to accept them, per the policy of GER Solutions Free Cycle.

Council Minutes

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