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You can always let the department know that you will be on vacation or away from your home. It will be noted internally in the unlikely event that something happens while you are away from your home. Due to manpower restrictions, home visits for people on vacation or away are just not possible. There are several things you can do to safeguard your property when travelling.
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Parking tickets can be paid during normal business hours at the Muhlenberg Twp. Police Dept. at 210 George St. Reading, PA 19605. Traffic and non-traffic citations are handled at the Magistrate's Office during normal business hours, at 3200 Reading Crest Ave, Reading, PA 19605. Traffic Citations can be paid online at https://ujsportal.pacourts.us/PayOnline.aspx PAePay - The PAePay option allows the public to securely pay fines, costs, and restitution to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania’s Common Pleas and Magisterial District courts. This site displays only court financial obligations approved for online payment. The maximum payment amount that can be applied to fines, costs and restitution is $1,000 per transaction. (please note, this payment portal is for traffic citations ONLY...parking tickets and other citations can only be handled through the Police Department of the Magistrate's Office.)
A vehicle (other than a pedalcycle) is abandoned on public streets if it is parked for more than 48 hours while displaying an expired inspection or registration sticker; is in an inoperable condition; or is parked illegally. A vehicle is abandoned on private property if it has been parked there for more than 24 hours without the consent of the property owner, in which case the property owner or designee must report the vehicle as abandoned. See the online form to report abandoned vehicles.
Abandoned vehicles can be reported online or via our mobile app, GoTo Muhenberg.
The curfew in Muhlenberg Twp. is 9:00 pm to 5:00 am every day, unless accompanied by a parent or guardian.
Crimes can be reported in several ways: For emergencies, dial 911; For non-emergencies, call our office directly at (610) 929-5454 or call the Berks County Communications Center non-emergency line at (610) 655-4911; Personally make reports at our office; and by completing online report forms that can be obtained through this website and forwarding them to our department.
You can contact the Berks County Intermediate Unit or the Berks County Sheriff's Office. Both locations utilize Certifix Livescan fingerprinting technology. View all Certifix Livescan Fingerprinting locations
A crash is reportable when it occurs on a traffic-way, and there is an injury or death of any person involved, and/or damage to any vehicle involved to the extent that it cannot be driven under its own power.
Visit http://www.crashdocs.org/pa-muhlenbergtwppd to order a copy of an accident report.
Muhlenberg Township Police Department is located on the lower level of the Muhlenberg Township Municipal Building at 210 George Street, Reading PA 19605. Office hours are 8AM - 4:30PM, Monday through Friday. Office hours can vary on holidays. Check www.muhlenbergtwp.com for closings and modified hours.