Upper Milford Township encompasses the villages of Powder Valley, Shimerville, Vera Cruz, Old Zionsville, and Zionsville in the southern most portion of Lehigh County. Nestled within rolling hills and scenic valleys, the Township has a rural aura with picturesque churches and barns, many vintage houses, fields for farming, and small family businesses. Expanded consumer services and shopping opportunities are readily available via the Routes 29/100 highway. Nearby areas include immediate neighbors, Emmaus and Macungie; Allentown and Bethlehem, 15-20 minutes north; and the Upper Perkiomen Valley, 15 minutes south. Philadelphia is a 45 minute drive south. Upper Milford Township was the first township organized in Lehigh County.
A Message from PPL Electric: An arctic start to 2014 has brought record-breaking temperatures and snowfall to eastern and central Pennsylvania. I know many of my neighbors, friends and family are de...
The Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission is offering you the Opportunity to join their new PA Turnpike Traveler Advisory Panel, an online research community that will allow them to gain feedback from cust...
The Citizen’s Fire Company and the Upper Milford Western District Fire Company are selling reflective address signs for a cost of $20. A sample of these signs can be seen at the Township Office ...
The Environmental Advisory Committee is always interested in Citizen Volunteers to assist with projects and education. If you are interested and have some extra time to help please complete the application.