” falling leaves / hide the path / so quietly ” ~ John Bailey

ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • Antietam Valley Storm Drain Project

    Antietam Valley Storm Drain Project

  • MS4 Presentation about Storm Water Permit requirements

    MS4 Presentation about Storm Water Permit requirements

    On Thursday August 11, 2016 at 6:30 PM Nick Johnson, PE from Great Valley Consultants will be presenting information to the Board of Township Supervisors and the Township Residents regarding the new MS4 Stormwater Regulations.   The public is encouraged to attend and ask questions. What is MS4? Under the 1987 …read more
  • Lessons to prevent pollution – remember when it rains it drains

    Lessons to prevent pollution – remember when it rains it drains

    On August 1, 2016, the campers from the Antietam Valley Playground program were part of a discussion on preventing pollution in the community’s storm water conveyance systems.  Representatives from Lower Alsace Township, Mount Penn Borough and Mount Penn Water Authority presented this valuable lesson to these eager campers.read more
  • Please consider a Personal Firearms Record sheet for your home

    Please consider a Personal Firearms Record sheet for your home

    From Chief Ray Serafin, Central Berks Police Department: “A Personal Firearms Record sheet is NOT to be turned in, but rather kept in a safe place if something were to happen that a gun was stolen or lost. This information will help in the investigation, whether stolen or lost. Most people do …read more
  • 2016 Tax Notices

    2016 Tax Notices

    Attention all Lower Alsace Township Residents and Property Owners: The Township and County 2016 Real Estate Taxes and the Township Per Capita Taxes are in the mail. To avoid waiting in line to pay your Real Estate Taxes, we encourage you to send your payment together with a self-addressed, stamped …read more
  • New for 2016 For the residents of Lower Alsace Township

    New for 2016 For the residents of Lower Alsace Township

    The elected officials of Lower Alsace Township have voted to institute an Emergency Medical Services Tax in the amount of .27 mills or $27 per $100,000 in assessed valuation of your property. As a result of this, ALL legal residents of the Township will be considered subscription members of LAEMS …read more