Search Results
Middletown Township Municipal Center
3 Municipal Way, Langhorne, PA 19047

Township Administration and Police Department offices are located behind the Shoppes at Flowers Mill inMore Langhorne.

Middletown Township was well established by 1682 when William Penn and his surveyor, General Thomas Holme drew the City of Philadelphia, though wasn't officially a township until 1692.

Middletown Township Tax Office
2222 Trenton Rd, Levittown, PA 19056

Middletown Township Tax Collector Ray Chapman was elected to this office. His primary responsibilities include theMore collection of school district and township real estate taxes. In some cases, county real estate taxes are also collected. Solid waste collection and disposal fees are among certain special township assessments also collected by this office.

The tax collector collects school district and township real estate taxes and, in some cases, county real estate taxes. Taxes levied under the authority of the Pennsylvania Local Tax Enabling Act (Act 511) such as the per capita tax may be appointed as part of the collection responsibility. This office is located on the second floor of this building. 

Middletown Township Department of Public Works
700 Veterans Hwy, Levittown, PA 19056
This department is responsible for maintaining more than 100 miles of public roads within the township. More than 600More acres of park, open space and recreation lands owned by the township are also maintained by this department. This department is also responsible for the township's street lights and for nine township-owned buildings and structures. The department also handles waste collection, including tires and oil.