Seal of Lower Saucon Township
3700 Old Philadelphia Pike / Bethlehem, Pa 18015 / 610-865-3291
Steel City Paving Project
Steel City Paving to begin September 7, 2023 Flyer
Polk Valley Park Pickleball Courts
Easton Road Ballfield Replacement Project


November 2023 Election Voter Referendum - Term Limits
Please refer to the attached flyer for more information on the ballot question voters will see on the November 7, 2023 ballot.

Proposed Ordinance No. 2023-04
Zoning Map amendments in the area of Colesville Road and east of State Route 378

Library Information
Bethlehem Landfill Phase V Preliminary Land Development
Steel Club Land Development - Phase III
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Lower Saucon News

Welcome To Lower Saucon Township

Saucon Township was originally established in 1742 as part of Bucks County. In 1752, county lines were changed, and the large township became part of Northampton County. It was divided into Upper and Lower Saucon in 1753. Both townships were part of Northampton County until 1812, when Upper Saucon became part of Lehigh County. At that time, the new Lower Saucon Township boasted about 200 sturdy inhabitants. Today, it has over 10,772 people and remains the oldest township in present-day Northampton County.

The township covers an area of 23.3 square miles, through which run 100 miles of public roads and PennDOT state-owned roads. It is recognized for its pastoral farmlands, tranquil woodlands, and gently rolling hills. Click here to view a list of state-owned PennDOT roads.

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