Eldred Township, located in Monroe County, Pennsylvania, is a  planned and zoned community.  Permits are required in our township  and we have mandatory recycling and waste removal programs. 

Office open M-F, 9-4

Telephone: 610 381-4252


The Eldred Township Planning Commission will be holding a Virtual meeting on May 21, 2020 at 7:00 P.M.


To join this meeting follow this link: ​Join the Meeting 


Or call in at : +1 814-315-3670   

and use :  Conference ID: 553 867 88# 



Agenda

​​Tax Collector Hours

Tuesdays and Thursdays 1-5

1st and 3rd Saturdays  9-12 

Please visit the website

 https://www.eldredtaxcollector.comfor updates and information. 

Credit Card payments

no w  available online. See site for details. 


News and Updates

Eldred Township

P.O. Box 600, 490 Kunkletown Rd.

​Kunkletown, Pa. 18058


Each year Eldred Township offers Electronic Recycling free to our residents.

Electronics recycling begins on May 1 and continues until September of each year. Drop offs are Tuesdays and Thursdays from  6:30-2:00.  ( if you need a different time or day, call the office to make arrangements.

If you arrive after 9:00 A.M. please sign-in in the main office before continuing to the back of the building to deposit your equipment

A list of allowable items can be found  here. List of electronics recycling .pdf



Welcome

​​Meeting Information: The Eldred Township Supervisors will be holding a "Virtual" meeting on May 20, 2020 at 7:00 P.M. We welcome the attendance of the public in one of two ways. You can join the meeting by following this link:Join the Meeting 


Or call in to listen (and speak) at this number, 

 +1 814-315-3670  

When they ask for a Conference ID enter this: 
 874 981 566# 



Agenda

Final Revised Agenda 

Public Meeting Documents 

Do you need a Permit?

Click here to  find out if your project requires a permit .


Open Records Officer      Right to Know Request Form
E. Ann Velopolcek
+1.610.381.4252 x2
a.velopolcek@eldredtwp.org

If you'd like to receive e-mail updates on events and issues in the Township, please send a request using the contact form on the Contact page.

HOW TO REPORT AN EMERGENCY

If power lines are down, call 911 and PPL:  1 800 342-5775

For Accidents with  Injuries, call 911 and the State Police

For downed trees or other road condition problems: 

  During normal business hours, call       the Township 610 381-4252

After hours call

State Police, 610 681-1850


Copyright © Eldred Township, Monroe County Pennsylvania. All rights reserved.

Eldred Township has mandatory

Garbage Collection and Recycling Ordinances.

There is a brochure available to answer some of your questions. Stop in the Township Building for a copy. 

​​​​​​​The Planning Commission Meeting

The Planning Commission meets the Third Thursday of each month at 7:00 P.M. at the Eldred Township Municipal Building, 490 Kunkletown Rd. Kunkletown, PA.  Changes to this schedule are made from time to time . Please call the Township to confirm the meetings. 




Zoning Office Hours

​Tuesdays and Thursdays 2-4

COVID19

UPDATES

For a very comprehensive history and current information about the status of the Covid-19 emergency in Pennsylvania, follow this link to the Governor's site. https://www.governor.pa.gov/process-to-reopen-pennsylvania/

Community Center Board

The Eldred Township Community Center Board meets on the Third Thursday of each month at 3:00 P.M. at the

Eldred Township Community Center

516 Kunkletown Rd. Kunkletown.

Please call the Community Center to confirm, 610 895-4444

The Board of Supervisors 

The Board of Supervisors meetings are on the Third Wednesday of each month at 7:00 P.M. at the Municipal Building 490 Kunkletown Rd. Changes to this schedule are made from time to time Please check the website or call 610 381-4252 to verify a meeting


Board of Supervisors Meeting Minutes

2020 United States Census


2020 is the year the Federal Government collects census information from all of its citizens.

On April 1, you will be receiving information and questionaires to be filled out and returned. The census is important in that federal monies are distributed to local agencies based on the information collected.

The census is also hiring for temporary local jobs.

For more information go to:

www.pa.gov/census 


​​Monroe County

Pennsylvania