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The Stroud Township Board of Supervisors has declared a disaster emergency in response to COVID-19 and its possible consequences.  All meetings, hearings or other gatherings of all Township boards and commissions, including the Planning Commission, Zoning Hearing Board, Environmental Advisory Council, Uniform Construction Code Appeals Board, Non-Uniform Pension Plan Board, excluding any meetings of the Board of Supervisors, are postponed until April 20, 2020. 

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Until further notice, the Township office at 1211 N. 5th Street, Stroudsburg, PA 18360 is closed to the public, but will be staffed during regular business hours by phone (570-421-3362), email (stroud17@ptd.net), regular mail, or the Township?s website stroudtownship.org

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Customers of the Stroud Township Sewer Authority are directed to mail payments to the authority?s attention at 1211 N. Fifth Street, Stroudsburg, PA 18360.  The public is encouraged to conduct business with the township on-line by downloading documents which can be found by clicking on the Permit Forms tab on the township website, stroudtownship.org

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Completed forms can be emailed to the email address provided on the form.  If an email address is not provided, email your completed form to stroud17@ptd.net.  Completed forms can also be faxed to 570-421-3240.  Please identify the person and/or department that you?re faxing.  If you have any questions or require assistance, please call the township staff at 570-421-3362.




COMMUNITY NOTICE – JULY 2, 2021 UPDATE

 

According to Commonwealth of Pennsylvania website, pa.gov, “COVID-19 mitigation measures have been lifted in Pennsylvania.  Businesses and organizations may continue to implement mask policies.  All businesses and individuals are encouraged to follow CDC safety guidance.”

The Stroud Township Board of Supervisors, and volunteer boards and commissions, will conduct in-person meetings at the Municipal Center, 1211 N. Fifth Street, Stroudsburg, PA 18360.  Meeting agendas for the Board of Supervisors will continue to be posted on the township website and Facebook page at or about   1 p.m. on the day of the meeting.  Please click on the Calendar tab for scheduled meetings of township boards and commissions.

The public is encouraged to conduct business with the township on-line by downloading documents which can be found by clicking on the Permit Forms tab on the township website, stroudtownship.org.  Completed forms can be emailed to the email address provided on the form.  If an email address is not provided, email your completed form to stroud17@ptd.net.  Completed forms can also be faxed to 570-421-3240.  Please identify the person and/or department that you’re faxing.  If you have any questions or require assistance, please call the township staff at 570-421-3362.

Customers of the Stroud Township Sewer Authority can mail payments to the authority’s attention at 1211 N. Fifth Street, Stroudsburg, PA 18360, or make payments on-line at stroudtwpsewer.org.  Sewer Authority payments can also be made through the township’s website, stroudtownship.org under Pay Online.  If you have any problems making credit card payments to the Sewer Authority, call 844-324-5371, 8 AM to 5 PM, Monday through Friday.

The following Stroud Township facilities, parks and nature preserve are open*:

Gaunt Road Compost Facility open on Saturdays 7 AM to 2 PM, except holiday weekends;

            Weekdays 7:30 AM to 2:30 PM

Glen Brook Golf Course

Big Pines Park for scheduled activities  – NO PICNICKING

Yetter Park – NO PICNICKING

Hickory Valley Park, except picnic area is closed; NO PICNICKING

Pinebrook Park South, except picnic areas are closed.  NO PICNICKING

Pinebrook Park North – open for fishing and trail use; picnic areas are closed.  NO PICNICKING

ForEvergreen Nature Preserve – NO PICNICKING

Brodhead Creek Park, however, the pavilions are closed.  NO PICNICKING

Red’s Park – NO PICNICKING

Creekview Park – NO PICNICKING

Albertson Park, however, pavilion is closed.  NO PICNICKING

*Open list above is subject to change.


Fireworks are prohibited from being discharged on township roads and in township parks and parking lots.  A person using consumer fireworks in violation of state law commits a summary offense and, upon conviction, can be fined $100.