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Welcome to Dallas Township

Join us for a night of community fun at our annual National Night Out event on Tuesday, August 6, 2024, from 5:30 PM to 8:00 PM.

Click here for more information and to check out what we have done for the National Night Out in previous years!

Interested in becoming a National Night Out sponsor?  Sponsorship forms are now available. Please check out our NNO Sponsorship Page here for more information.

Dallas Township is pleased to announce the launch of TextMyGov, a new text messaging service designed to keep residents informed with timely and relevant information directly affecting our community.

The TextMyGov text alert system will officially launch during the week of May 20th, 2024. You may receive a text notification from 91896. This will be a legitimate text from Dallas Township.

If you do not receive an initial text message, you can choose to opt in by texting “DALLASTWPPA” to 91896. After sending an initial keyword, users will be asked to reply to the confirmation with a “YES” to opt-in for notifications.

Users may opt out of future alerts at any time by texting STOP to 91896.

Dallas Township is excited to offer this new way of communicating with residents and looks forward to sharing important notifications with you in the future.


Police Station Planning and Design

The Township Supervisors held a Town Hall Meeting on Tuesday February 7th at 5:30 PM to discuss planning, design and construction for a new Police Station. 23 residents attended in person and virtually. Needs for a new Police Station as well as design and funding sources were discussed.


SOUTHSIDE NATURE PLAYGROUND

Visitors are reminded to accompany young children and only park in designated parking areas.


Overbrook Ave. SR 1014 Bridge Replacement 

Penn Dot held a public meeting at the Township Administration Building on Tuesday July 19, 2022 to discuss the Overbrook Ave. Bridge replacement and take public comment.  Penn Dot is planning to replace the bridge starting in 2024.  Go to the Penn Dot link below for further details.

Details (pa.gov)


Spotted Lanternfly in Luzerne County

The Spotted Lanternfly is an invasive planthopper native to Asia first discovered in Berks County in 2014.  Luzerne County along with 44 Counties in Pennsylvania are now on the quarantine list for the Lanternfly.  To see more and stop the spread of the Spotted Lanternfly take a look at the Toolkit below.






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