North Middleton Township Police Department Reminders

  1. The township parks are open to the public from 8:00AM to sunset. The restrooms are closed mid-October through mid-April due to the weather.
  2. Dogs are allowed in township parks, ONLY ON LEASHES and owners must clean up after their dogs.
  3. There should be NO burning in the township, with the exception of a contained man-made brick or stone fire pit being used for cooking or recreational (associated with outdoor living and patio area) activities.  The Public Works Department does leaf and brush pick-up, therefore there is no need for burning. 
  4. Curfew for anyone in the township under the age of 18 is 11:00 PM to 5:00 AM.
  5. Dogs and cats are not allowed to run at large (off the owner’s property).
  6. Door-to-door soliciting is only allowed with a township-issued permit.  Always ask to see the permit and report it immediately to the police department if the person(s) soliciting cannot show you the permit for any reason.  School children and non-profit groups are exempt.
  7. Always have your lights turned on your vehicle when it is raining and your windshield wipers are in operation.
  8. When going away on vacation, always let a trusted neighbor or family member know when you will be leaving and returning.  In addition, you may also advise the police department of your plans to be away and fill out a “House Check” Form.
  9. NO TEXTING AND DRIVING – IT’S AGAINST THE LAW!!!  This message is intended for EVERYONE who has a driver’s license!
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  11.   If you have any questions or concerns, you may email us at or call us at 717-243-7910.
  12.   If you are having an emergency, DIAL 911.
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  14.   If you see or hear something unusual or out of the ordinary, please contact us when it is happening or noticed so it may be investigated.
  15.     Remember to lock your vehicle and don’t let any valuables, money, credit cards or anything of importance in it.  If you suspect you have been a victim of a theft, call the police to report it immediately.
  16.  Lost Dogs - Dogs can escape us quickly, so if you lose your lose your canine, please notify the police department.  Some don’t realize we can be a helpful resource in the rescue of your pet, since often the officers have calls to pick up strays in hopes the owners call.
  17. Parking on the wrong side of the street (opposing traffic) is illegal because it is in violation of PA Vehicle Code §3354(a).  If you are found to be parked illegally, you may find a traffic citation on your windshield or it could be mailed to you via United States Postal Service.