Lehigh Township Police Department

  • Agency: Lehigh Township Police Department
  • Address: 1043 Municipal Rd, Gouldsboro, 18424 PA
  • Chief: Richard Wilmarth (Chief of Police)

Lehigh Township Police Department is located at 1043 Municipal Rd, Gouldsboro, 18424 PA. The Chief of Police of the department is Richard Wilmarth. The Lehigh Township Police Department phone number is 610-760-8800.

Lehigh Township Police Department News

"Lehigh Township will be under a snow emergency starting at 10pm. All cars must be moved off the roadways. Vehicles not removed from the roads may be ticketed and towed.

Road closure update. The following roads are still closed:. Timberline Road btwn Myrtle & Cypress. Granger Road S. Cottonwood btwn Cedar Dr & Teel Rd. Thank you Public Works for your outstanding work, as well as great work by our police officers, fire department, fire police and EMS crews for the perseverance and tireless work during the storm. All of your efforts protected our citizens and minimized the negative impacts a storm like this has on the community. -Chief Scott Fogel

The below listed roadways are closed or partially blocked. Please avoid the area. There are a lot of trees on wires. The Department of Public Works, fire company and PennDOT cannot cut the trees down until the wires are de-energized. Do not drive around barricades/ cones, they are in place for your safety. 300 Blk Granger Rd Ash Rd - entire road Popular Rd - entire road Church Rd between Red Maple and Ash Church Rd by Rinker (Partial Block) 3600 Blk Lehigh DR (Partial Block) Cedar Dr between Municipal and Pear Timberline Rd between Myrtle and Cypress Mountain View Dr @ Betel Sycamore Dr between Walnut and Manor Long Lane at Almond Alder Rd by trestle Cedar - Walnut to S. Cottonwood


Cherryville Rd aggressive driving enforcement today... Slow down, stop texting and don't tailgate!

Join us tonight at 7pm for the Lehigh Township Board of Supervisors meeting at 1069 Municipal Rd Walnutport. Officer Jessica R. Edwards will be sworn in as Lehigh Township's 12th officer.

Lehigh Township Police are out conducting aggressive driving enforcement which includes speeding and tailgating. We are also enforcing all seatbelt laws. So....DRIVE SMART, DRIVE WELL AND HAVE A NICE DAY!đź‘®

The snow emergency has been lifted. Please do not shovel, plow or throw snow into the plowed streets. This causes a traffic hazard. Township Code: § 163-27 Deposit of snow on streets unlawful. After the Township has removed the snow from a Township roadway, street, or right-of-way, it shall be illegal and unlawful for any person, firm, organization or entity to deposit snow onto any such public roadway, street or right-of-way, whether by the use of a snow blower, by shoveling, by plowing, or in any other manner

Lehigh Township will be under a snow emergency beginning at 6pm. All vehicles must be removed from the roadways. Cars not moved may be ticketed and towed.

Today, Lehigh Township Police Department says goodbye to our long-time Administrative Secretary Debra Miltenberger. Best Wishes on the next chapter of your life, after 30 years of public service! Happy Retirement Deb!

Do you know my owner? This little male Terrier dog was located in the area of Spring Drive in Lehigh Township. If you recognize this dog, or know the owner, please call Lehigh Township Police 610-760-8800

Here is an online link to Lehigh Township's Codes. Contained in this are ordinances, which you can search. For instance if you type "snow removal" you can see all the ordinances that deal with snow removal in Lehigh Township.

Thank you Chick-fil-A for remembering all those who serve our communities!

Our two wayward German Shepherds have been returned home safe and sound!

Update: 1/7/18 the owner has been located and they have been returned. Thank you for your shares Do you know my owner? Two Shepherds were found running around Lower Three Mile Lane today. If you have any information about the owner, please call Northampton County Dispatch at 610.317.0808 Lost and Found Pets of the Lehigh Valley area, Lost Pet Reporter for Northampton County Area Because of a Dog

Update: the dog was reunited with his owner. Thank you for all the shares. Do you know my owner? This small male dog was found in the 3900 block of Mountain View Drive.

Remember to designate a sober driver

Are you getting away for a few days around the upcoming holiday? The Lehigh Township Police Department never takes a vacation and are always around patrolling the township. If you are away, the Lehigh Township Police Department has a vacation home vigilance check which you can submit to us. You can download the form and drop it off or email it to us. We periodically check homes to help prevent thefts or other crime while you are gone. While we won’t feed your animals or water your plants, we will we get out and check for broken windows, open doors or anything that looks suspicious. If something arises this form allows us to be able to contact you or whomever is taking care of your home. While you are on the township’s website, you can also sign up for our emergency alert system, which is used to notify via text or email of things going on in the township. Our snow emergencies are posted on Facebook as well as put out through this emergency alert system. http://www.lehightownship.com/forms.html


Pictured is the armed robbery suspect from Turkey Hill on December 17th. If anyone has information, please contact Detective Enstrom at 610-760-8800. What's Going On In The Lehigh Valley, WFMZ, The Morning Call, lehighvalleylive.com, News 13, Katya Fitzpatrick, BRC News 13