Introducing our Tax Collector, Catherine Tinari-Dooling
At its Special Meeting held on February 26, 2024, the Board of Supervisors appointed Catherine Tinari-Dooling as the Upper Southampton Township Tax Collector. Taxes can still be paid in person at the Township Administrative Offices, 939 Street Road, Southampton PA 18966. The hours are listed below. The Board wishes to thank Mr. James Fluehr for his many years of dedicated public service.
Monday – CLOSED
Tuesday-Thursday 9am- 4pm
Friday- 9am- 12pm
(Office will be closed for lunch 12pm-1pm)
Do you have any memorabilia or memories to share?
The Upper Southampton Historical Advisory Board (USHAB) has a picture display at the Southampton Free Library showing the progression of the library from the first building at Second Street Pike, to the present-day library on Street Road.
The library was originally a project of The Southampton Women’s Club, who purchased the original property in 1933. The Southampton Women’s Club then transferred the property to the Southampton Library Association in 1936. Do you have memorabilia or memories for the library or The Southampton Women’s Club that you would like to share? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Parking is prohibited on all snow emergency routes, which includes all Township streets, during the declared snow emergency
As winter approaches, the Department of Emergency Management would like to remind residents of the parking restrictions during “Declared Snow Emergencies”. Although not every snowfall requires a Snow Emergency Declaration, there are storms that produce significant snow accumulation hindering the movement of traffic to the extent that it is necessary for the Township to declare a “Snow Emergency.” Once a Snow Emergency is declared, residents are required to remove all vehicles from all Township streets during the snow emergency. Information on the existence of a snow emergency will be given through the Township website at www.ustwp.org, the Township Facebook page, CBS3 News, WPVI-TV 6ABC, NBC10 News and FOX29 News. Residents are asked to check this media during snow fall to keep up with current information.
Parking is prohibited on snow emergency routes during the declared snow emergency. All streets in the Township of Upper Southampton are designated as snow emergency routes. After a snow emergency is declared, it shall be unlawful, at any time during the continuance of the snow emergency, for any person to park a motor vehicle or to allow that vehicle to remain parked anywhere on any Township street. The police department is authorized to issue parking citations and remove vehicles parked on any Township street during a snow emergency.
Thank you for your cooperation.
Current positions held by the Board of Supervisors
Thomas A. McCullough, Chairperson
Raymond M. Grossmuller, Vice Chairperson
Stephen A. Wallin, Secretary/Treasurer
Margaret M. Hoeger, Asst. Secretary/Treasurer
Keith E. Froggatt, Sr., Member