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  • Mayor's Office

    2022 State of the City Address

    January 26 2022
    We want to thank all who attended and tuned into Allentown's 2022 State of the City address. You can find the full speech on our website. 
  • Finance

    New Changes in 2022 City Real Estate Tax Bills

    January 24 2022
    The City of Allentown has partnered with TD Bank to launch a new automated lockbox feature that will impact the 2022 City Real Estate Property Tax Bills.
  • Mayor's Office

    Allentown Announces New Hire for the Mayor's Office

    January 21 2022
    Mayor Matt Tuerk is announcing Connor Corpora as the newest member of the Mayor’s Office team to serve as Executive Secretary to the Mayor starting January 24.
  • Public Works

    The Design for Irving Pool Nears Final Stages

    January 21 2022
    The former Irving Pool and bathhouse will be replaced by a Class D activity pool with a beach front entrance, three-foot deep wading area, water features, amenities, whirlpool-type feature, swim lap lanes and a bath house.
  • Police

    Loss of Allentown Police Detective James Stanko

    January 19 2022
    The City of Allentown along with the Allentown Police Department (APD) is deeply saddened to announce the death of one of its own. 
  • Homepage, Mayor's Office, Finance

    2022 Budget Delivered to City Council

    October 18 2021
    Allentown Mayor Ray O’Connell delivered his proposed 2022 city budget to City Council this afternoon. The $124.8 million spending plan holds the property tax rate stable at 7.31 mills.
  • Homepage, Public Works, Water Resources

    City & LCA Reach Tentative Settlement

    July 10 2020
    Negotiators for the City of Allentown and the Lehigh County Authority (LCA) have reached a tentative settlement ending years of disputes and litigation and solidifying their partnership on the concession lease of Allentown's water and sewer utility system...
  • Homepage, Parks & Recreation

    City Offers 7 Outdoor Pickleball Courts

    July 07 2020
    The City of Allentown Department of Parks and Recreation has striped seven tennis courts to turn them into multi-use tennis/pickleball courts. 
  • Homepage, Mayor's Office

    Council Approves Revenue Note

    April 17 2020
    City Council approved a revenue note at its April 15 meeting. A notice and the ordinance itself follow.
  • Homepage, Public Works, Streets

    Downtown Lane Restriction Scheduled

    December 08 2017
    Hamilton Street in the City of Allentown from 8th Street to Seventh Street will be reduced to one lane of traffic on Tuesday, December 12 from 8am to 4pm to cut off a natural gas service for a building demolition.
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