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Welcome to Dallas Township

Township Officer Receives Award From Luzerne County Child Advocacy Center

DAMA Household Hazardous Waste Collection Event

Summer Camp Sponsorship Program June-August 2023

Deadline extended to Wednesday May 31st

State Route 309 Long Term Road Work

PennDOT has awarded Kriger Construction, Inc. the SR 309 Signal Corridor Safety Improvement Project. Work will start on April 17, 2023, and is expected to be completed on November 15, 2023, weather permitting. During the project, delays and single lane traffic are expected between 9:00am to 3:00pm. Please plan your travels accordingly.

This project will enhance safety measures along the stretch of State Route 309 between Hillside Road and the SR 309/SR 415 split. The project aims to improve intersection safety by linking the 10 signals in the corridor, updating controllers, optimizing timing, replacing mast arms, signal heads and back plates with LED signal heads, and adding new ADA ramps and line striping. During this process, temporary lane and shoulder closures may be implemented to ensure traffic safety and maintenance.

Police Station Planning and Design

The Township Supervisors held a Town Hall Meeting on Tuesday February 7th at 5:30 PM to discuss planning, design and construction for a new Police Station. 23 residents attended in person and virtually. Needs for a new Police Station as well as design and funding sources were discussed.


Visitors are reminded to accompany young children and only park in designated parking areas.

Spotted Lanternfly in Luzerne County

The Spotted Lanternfly is an invasive planthopper native to Asia first discovered in Berks County in 2014.  Luzerne County along with 44 Counties in Pennsylvania are now on the quarantine list for the Lanternfly.  To see more and stop the spread of the Spotted Lanternfly take a look at the Toolkit below.

Overbrook Ave. SR 1014 Bridge Replacement 

Penn Dot held a public meeting at the Township Administration Building on Tuesday July 19, 2022 to discuss the Overbrook Ave. Bridge replacement and take public comment.  Penn Dot is planning to replace the bridge starting in 2024.  Go to the Penn Dot link below for further details.

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