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Perry Township has set the date of Tuesday, October 31, 2023 from 5PM-7PM for Trick or Treat.

Beginning in January, there will only be one “Blue Bin” at the township building, and it will only accept cardboard and clean paper items. The Lawrence County Recycling Dept. had to make changes due to not being able to contract for the plastics and tin can recycling removal. This was due to too much contamination in the bins and lack of a contractor to haul the items.

The Township will supply Valley Waste recycling “red” bins as long as those using them only put recycling products in is. Abuse of the bins will cause them to be removed. 

The 2023 Perry Township Annual Clean-up Day is April 29, 2023

There will be a $10.00 fee for each load: Pick-Up or Automobile. For any load larger than a pick-up or automobile, a fee of $50.00 per load will be charged. No extra large trucks or tractor trailers will be received.

There will be two collection sites: the parking lots of the Perry Township Municipal Building and the Wurtemburg Perry Twp. Volunteer Fire Department.

Items not accepted: tires, batteries, paint, oil products, and anything containing freon. Items should be brought to the sites on the day of collection and not prior to the collection day. The Supervisors are asking residents to please utilize this day to dispose of your junk/trash properly. Residents are also reminded that there are recycling bins located at the municipal building.


Please check to see that your 911 address signs are reflective and double sided so they are visible for emergency response vehicles. If you are in need of a new sign, the fee is $10.00 and they are available at the Perry Township Municipal building. Please note that they are required for every address in accordance with the 911 Addressing Ordinance.

Residents residing on private lanes are responsible for replacement of their lane name signs and posts is they are damages or removed. They must be kept in place per the township ordinance and for emergency response and delivery vehicles.

The Lawrence County 911 Center’s location is: 1451 County Line Road, New Castle, PA 16101: Director is Chad Strobel.

1. Residents are reminded that Berkheimer Tax Administrator is the earned income tax collection agency.

2. All township residents are to complete the “Certificate of Residency” form and submit it to their employers. This is required and will insure that Perry Township receives the Earned Income Tax it is due and not another municipality.