Lehigh Township Vision Zero Program
Vision zero is a strategy to eliminate all traffic fatalities and severe injuries, while increasing safe, healthy, equitable mobility for all. It aims to achieve a highway system with no fatalities or serious injuries involving road traffic in Lehigh Township. The goal is safe mobility for all.
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Lehigh Township's Regional Police Traffic Safety Program
The mission of the Lehigh Township's Regional DUI Enforcement Program is to reduce the accidental death, injury and property damage resulting from motor vehicle crashes involving intoxicated or chemically impaired operators.
Furthermore, the program is intended to decrease the number of intoxicated and chemically impaired offenders on the highways of the member communities, by the occasional saturation in member communities of Sobriety Checkpoints, Roving DUI Patrols, Cops in Shops, and Mobile Awareness Patrols.
Lehigh Township's Regional DUI Enforcement Program consists of 14 collaborating police departments within 18 municipalities within Northampton County. They cover approximately 160 square miles and have approximately 730 state and local roadways. The municipalities have an approximate population of 91,772. Lehigh Township's Regional DUI Enforcement Program is comprised of the following police departments:
Lehigh Township * Moore Township * Walnutport Borough * Bushkill Township * Colonial Regional * Bangor Borough * Stockertown Borough * Slatebelt Regional * Upper Nazareth Township * Nazareth Borough * Tatamy Borough * Northampton Borough * Washington Township * North Catasauqua
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MedReturn Drug Collection Unit
Lehigh Township, PA - Citizens looking to dispose of excess and expired prescription and over-the-counter medications can now visit the safe and secure permanent drop off location at the Lehigh Township Police Department.
Bechtel's Pharmacy has partnered with Lehigh Township Police Department to establish a permanent MedReturn drug collection program in order to reduce the supply of drugs that can potentially harm teens and adults.
Properly disposing of excess drugs is everyone's responsibility as a matter of public safety. More than 70 percent of young people abusing prescription pain relievers get them through friends or family, a statistic that includes raiding the family medicine cabinet. Now Lehigh Township citizens won't have to wait for a specific take-back day to clean out their medicine cabinets.
The collection site is open Monday thru Friday, 8am-3:30pm. Drugs can be dropped off with no questions asked.
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Car seat checks
Contact: Officer Jonathan Roth at 610-760-8800, ext. 116 or e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or Officer Christopher D'Alessandro at 610-760-8800, ext. 142 or e-mail to email@example.com
Contact: Officer Jonathan Roth at 610-760-8800, ext. 116 or e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org