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Welcome to Dallas Township

Cable Franchise Public Meeting

Thee Cable Franchise Fee Ordinance Public Meeting will be held on Tuesday December 6th starting at 6:00 PM. The monthly Supervisor’s Meeting will be held afterward.

Supervisor’s Meeting

The Supervisor’s Meeting will be held on Tuesday December 6th starting at 6:30 PM.
Virtual Attendance will be provided by GoTo meeting. Request to join GoTo meeting here: GoTo Meeting Request Page.
You can also view the Meeting live on Facebook.

Proposed 2023 Township Budget

The Township’s proposed 2023 budget was read at the November 1st Supervisors Meeting.
A summary and detailed budget are available for review below.

Fall Leaf pick-up in Progress

Leaf pick up will resume on Monday, November 28th weather permitting. Residents are asked not to place leaves in the roadway or storm water channels.

DTPD Announcement

State Police Law Enforcement Education Opportunity for Teens

The Pennsylvania State Police (PSP) Bureau of Training and Education announced expanded opportunities in law enforcement education for children between the ages of 15 and 18.
Applications are now being accepted for The Hill Impact Program, which has expanded to three locations in Pennsylvania. The 14-week program will begin in January and run simultaneously at the PSP Academy in Hershey, the PSP Southwest Training Center in Greensburg, and the Kingston Armory in Kingston.
The program is free of charge and introduces teens considering a career in law enforcement to many different elements of training and education, including physical fitness and paramilitary disciplines. Participants gain an understanding of what it takes to be a state trooper while learning various elements of police work, such as the Pennsylvania crimes code, vehicle code, and rules of criminal procedure.
Teens with a serious interest in attending courses in Kingston should contact Master Trooper David Peters at 570-459-3900 ext. 269 or
More information can be found here

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.


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

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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