RECYCLING CENTER OPEN
The Recycling Center is open. Hours are Monday-Friday from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The next monthly recycling event will be held Saturday, October 16th from 8-11a.m. Once the containers are full that container will be closed until the container is emptied on a schedule determined by Lycoming County Waste Management. If a container is full please do not leave it here for the employees to clean up. It is considered illegal dumping. Please see the recycling page for further information on types of recycling that are accepted. Any questions please call 570-743-7057.
Please be sure to rinse recycled items as they are deemed unrecyclable if dirty and can contaminate the entire load.
ATTENTION: If anyone in your household has or had COVID-19 your recyclables during that time should be thrown in the trash.
The Monroe Township Board of Supervisors will meet Tuesday, September 28, 2021 at 7:00 p.m. Public has the option to attend in person or via Zoom (an online app or phone call). Please call (570-743-7057 x1) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org) the township secretary for more information.
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT COVID-19
The health and safety of our community Township is a top priority for Monroe Township staff and officials. We will continue to monitor the situation, and adjustments will be communicated via the Township’s website and other available outlets. Below is some information and resources regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19).
- Pennsylvania Department of Health Coronavirus Updates
- CDC Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information & Updates
Welcome to Monroe Township, Snyder County Pennsylvania!
Incorporated May 23, 1856 from portions of Union and Penn Township, it was named for James Monroe, the fifth president of the United
Monroe Township lies in the central portion of Pennsylvania, in the heart of the Susquehanna Valley. The Township is situated in the northeast corner of Snyder County, along the west shore of the Susquehanna River, just north of Selinsgrove and across the river from Sunbury. Its western boundary is also water bounded–—formed by Penns Creek, whose waters are known for excellent fishing. Union County forms the northern boundary. In addition, the Township surrounds three sides of Shamokin Dam Borough.
Historically, agriculture has been the foundation of the Snyder County economy. With the gradual improvement of US 15 to the Township’s southern border, increasing numbers of Susquehanna Valley commuters have settled in Monroe Township. Many residents today work in Sunbury, Lewisburg, Williamsport, or Harrisburg.
The Township is home to the village of Hummels Wharf the Susquehanna Valley Mall, and a commercial strip, that includes Monroe Marketplace, that has developed along US 15. Plans to realign and upgrade US 15 to a limited access highway through the Township have been discussed over the past several decades and are now proceeding into the design and bidding stages. This major transportation improvement, expected to be open to traffic in 2024, will impact growth and local land use demands.