Hazle Township 570.455.2039
The Hazleton Municipal Airport in Hazle Township is equipped to accommodate corporate jets and is home to the Above the Poconos skydiving center.
A 1956 General Electric switcher engine that was used by the Jeddo Highland Coal Company now has a new home at Community Park.
The Hazleton Area School District has a Career Center in Hazle Township for students who want to learn a trade.
Lake Irena at Hazle Township Community Park offers fresh-water fishing, with trout stocked by the Pennsylvania Fish Commission.
Hazleton Area High School is one of the largest in the state, with more than 3,000 students.
Humboldt Industrial Park is one of the largest industrial parks in the state and is home to approximately 60 companies and 10,000 employees.
Maple Manor Elementary/Middle School is the Hazleton Area School District's newest school for students in kindergarten through eighth grades.
American Legion Post 76 maintains a plaza at Hazle Township Community Park where you can purchase a brick in memory or honor of a solider.
Hazle Township Community Park houses several monuments dedicated to area service members.
Regal Cinema is part of the Laurel Mall complex that offers a variety of shopping, dining and entertainment options for visitors.
Valmont Industrial Park is located adjacent to Interstate 81 and is only several miles from the junction with Interstate 80.
Hazle Township provides many municipal services for its residents, including its own volunteer fire department, garbage collection and road department.
The Hazle Township Volunteer Fire and Rescue Co. was founded in 1976 and covers the entirety of Hazle Township, spanning a 54.5-square-mile area. The department also assists with mutual aid services to manyneighboring communities.
This monument commemorates the spot where 19 immigrant coal miners lost their lives on September 10, 1897, in the Lattimer Massacre while on strike in support of higher wages and better working conditions.
Hazle Township is a quiet community in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, that surrounds the City of Hazleton. Residents of the township enjoy suburban living with all the conveniences of city life. Approximately 10,000 people live in a variety of neighborhoods and housing developments throughout the township. Stores, restaurants and recreational opportunities abound throughout the township and beyond.
The Pennsylvania State Police handle Hazle Township’s police calls from the Hazleton barracks in Valmont Industrial Park. Hazle Township officials have an excellent working relationship with the state police and thank the troopers for their continued coverage.For non-emergency police matters, call Pennsylvania State Police Hazleton at (570) 459-3890.
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