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Home repairs and renovations add value and enjoyment to your home and property. When residents want to start a new home project they often don’t know how the process of permitting works or what to do first. The Township wants to make this and all information accessible and easy to understand for our residents. We have created the first set of a series of Township Quick Guides that summarize the permitting process for Desks, Sheds, Fences and Pools. Quick Guides can be found online or picked up at the Township Offices at 210 George Street, Reading PA 19605.
You can! Visit our online trash payment portal.
Currently you cannot register for programs online, but the Township is developing an online solution that will make this possible in the near future. Stay tuned for more details.
Fee schedules can be found on the Financial Documents page. Applications for permits, employment, etc. can be found on the Forms and Documents page.
The Township has Community Map Guides that highlight each Township department, contains useful information, and it also contains a Township map. You can stop by Customer Service to pick up a current Community Map Guide.
Requests can be submitted directly to Met-Ed online. You can also contact customer service at 610-929-4727 or report it on the GoTo Muhlenberg Mobile app.
Contact Met-Ed on their Outage Reporting Line by calling 1-888-LIGHTSS (888-544-4877), and select the option to report a downed power line. Please use this option only if you actually see a downed wire. Do not assume that because your power is out, there must be a wire down somewhere.
Downed wires can also be submitted via the GoTo Muhlenberg Mobile app or online.
You may place up to eight containers of trash, one bulk item, and your recycling container at the street’s edge any time after 6 p.m. the night before your pick-up. All trash must be in maximum 30-gallon plastic or metal containers or plastic trash bags (sorry, larger containers are not permitted). Tree branches and shrub trimmings may be bundled in four foot lengths. Please don’t use small containers such as boxes or grocery bags because they allow trash to blow around causing litter.
Help keep our Township clean!
You can contact the Tax Collector by calling 610-929-4727, ext. 247, or you can visit the Tax Office page.
Muhlenberg School District can be reached by calling 610-929-8700 or by visiting the Muhlenberg School District website.
Report it using the GoTo Muhlenberg service.
Drop off your expired or unused, prescribed and over-the-counter medications in the lobby at the Muhlenberg Township Municipal Building. Community members can utilize this drop box to ensure that medications will not end up in the wrong hands but rather properly disposed of. Read more on the Council on Chemical Abuse website.
Visit the Public Works page for detailed information regarding street sweeping, snow removal and leaf collection.
Muhlenberg Township Offices are open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
A permit is required when an owner or authorized agent intends to do the following for any residential building, commercial building, structure, and facility:
As well as when they intend to repair, convert, alter, or remove any electrical, plumbing, and mechanical systems.
Trash bills are mailed twice a year (January and June).
You must arrange for recycling and trash pickup with the Township. Call the customer service center at 610-929-4727 to make the necessary arrangements. More detailed information about trash and recycling pickup can be found by visiting our residential trash and recycling page.