Lower Macungie Treasurer 3400 Brookside Rd, Macungie, PA18062 The Lower Macungie Treasurer is the official tax collector of Lower Macungie Township. Darryl Yothers currently holds…More the position. Please call the number provided for more information.
Macungie Christian Community 126 S Church St, Macungie, PA18062 Macungie Christian Community considers itself a body of believers that serves the Lord. The community began in 1847 as…More Macungie Baptist Church and two years later became the German Baptist Church of Millerstown, the former name of Macungie. In 2008, the congregation changed its name to the Macungie Christian Community to better reflect its faith in Christ.
Macungie Institute 510 E Main St, Macungie, PA18062 Macungie Institute is the community center for Macungie. Events vary from showing family-oriented movies, offering…More instructional classes, holding Historical Society activities, hosting Borough Council meeting and offering community rooms for rent to hold social events. It is the intent of the organizers to offer "a community center providing a place for the social, cultural and educational advancement of the residents of the Macungie area."
Macungie Borough Hall 21 Locust St, Macungie, PA18062 Macungie's Borough Hall was originally built in 1906 as a firehouse, and retains the whistle as proof. Today, the…More building is home to the borough offices, the Macungie Police Department and several meeting rooms. The borough itself was founded in 1776 by Peter Miller and was called Millerstown until 1875 when the name was changed to Macungie so the area would not be confused with the Millerstown in Perry County. The name Macungie, in its various spellings, is a Lenne Lenape Indian name meaning "feeding place of the bears" or "bear swamp." The borough was incorporated in 1857.