Saturday, 29 March 2014
East Bangor Borough

East Bangor Borough 610.588.4656 E-Mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it


Centrally located within the Slate Belt, it is an easy commute from the New York and Philadelphia metro areas.  We are a very small close knit residential community with a rich heritage.  We have our own local police force, a sewer and water authority along with a well-used recreational park within our borough.  We are close to the every growing and beautiful Pocono’s and also the city life of Allentown and Bethlehem.  A spirit of volunteerism is ever present and helps our community be a wonderful place to live.


East Bangor Park Clean Up Day
Come join us to clean up the park, Sunday April 13th, 1 pm.
Items you may want to bring: Gloves, Rakes, Shovels

It’s been a long hard winter and we are preparing to sweep the streets.  No date is firm yet, but you may begin sweeping your cinders to the street in preparation.


Borough Officials & Contact Information


Mayor, Renee Friedman, 732-857-4839
President, Stephen Toth 610-588-3032


Council Members
John Couch, 610-533-5014
John Cramer, 570-460-1481
Cliff James, 610-588-1219
Sue Ruggiero, 610-588-6224
Pete Zuzulak, 610-462-1132

Secretary, Bonnie Due, 610-588-4656
Treasurer, Laura McLain, 610-588-0850
Solicitor, David Ceraul, 6100-588-0378
Engineer, Ott Consulting, 610-588-2411
Maintenance, Dave constable, 610-972-2792
Zoning Officer, Keller Zoning, 610-579-8227
Emergency Mgr. Ken Brown, 610-588-5536
Blaine Memorial Park, Bonnie Due, 610-588-5656
Tax Collector, Cindy Strunk, 610-588-4590
Municipal Authority, Brad Wagner, 610-588-4899
Wayne Jones, Todd McLain, Larry Lobb, Russ Stout


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