Upper Allen Township Certified a Gold level Sustainable Community
Upper Allen Township has been recognized alongside a select group of high-performing municipalities as a certified township through the Sustainable Pennsylvania Community Certification program. Upper Allen Township is recognized at the Gold level of certification for meeting the program’s rigorous performance criteria which tracks 131 policies and practices that define a sustainable community. The Sustainable Pennsylvania Community Certification, administered by the Pennsylvania Municipal League in partnership with Sustainable Pittsburgh, is designed for municipalities that are working to save money, conserve resources, and serve vibrant communities. Originally deployed in Southwestern Pennsylvania by Sustainable Pittsburgh, the certification has gone state-wide recognizing small, medi ...
Volunteers Wanted For Boards And Commissions
The Board of Commissioners welcomes applications from all Township residents interested in applying for future vacancies on Township Boards/Commissions. Vacancies for some boards are currently available. Interested candidates may fill out the application form below.
Need To Report Dead Wildlife On The Roads?
If a deer is struck by a vehicle but not killed upon impact, then we urge the driver to keep a safe distance in case the deer recovers and moves on. However, if the deer does not move on or poses a public safety risk, then, we encourage you the driver to report the incident to a Game Commission regional office, or other local law enforcement agency. In the event that a deer must be put down, the Game Commission will provide an agent to carry out the procedure. Motorists may contact the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation to report dead deer for removal from state roads at 1-800-FIX-ROAD