for visiting the Newport Township Community Organization's Website in Luzerne
In May 2004
the Newport Township Board of Commissioners met for their regular monthly
meeting and a discussion took place on ways to revitalize the community. Twenty
people committed to help in this effort. On May 17th a public meeting was held
to seek additional resident input. As a result, the Newport Township Community
Organization was formed.
continues as an independent, not-for-profit, public charity organization which
is led by a dedicated, hardworking group of concerned Newport Township
Citizens. New members are welcomed to join and encouraged to help our cause.
Did you know your holiday lights
Click here to learn more
WINTER 2014 NEWSLETTER
Click HERE to view the PHOTO ALBUM of the
"NEWPORT TOWNSHIP COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION"
Newport Theme Clothing" is now on
To Purchase Newport Township Memorabilia
We continue to recycle
String Lights, Electrical Cords,
aluminum products and other
metals to include appliances, old grills, bed springs, fencing, lawnmowers,
bicycles, radiators, piping, motor blocks, furnaces, etc. Pass the word to your
friends and neighbors. For pick up email
2014 Refuse & Recycling Collection Schedule
The Newport Township
Community Organization meets the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month, 6:30 pm,
click here for meeting place.
for a "quick guide" to PA Open Records Law
Click Here to
download a copy of PA Right to Know Law
here for the 2006 International Property Maintenance Code Book. Adopted under Ordinance NO.8 of 2006.
Click here to view Ordinances.
Our Local Police Force continues to prosecute and fine illegal dumpers.
The Dept. of Environmental Protection fine is $25,000 to illegal
dumpers. DEP's hotline to report illegal dumping is 1-866-255-5158.
Litter prevention starts here.
We continue to monitor illegal dumping throughout the Township.
Newport Township Community Organization is a 501(c)3 Public Charity
Commissioners Meeting is scheduled first Monday, 6:00pm,
Municipal Building, Wanamie.
We invite all organizations within the township to be part of this site.
Contact Information For Organization
570-736-6637 - Palmira
- Postal address
110 1/2 Railroad Ave. Nanticoke, PA 18634
- Electronic mail