The proposed 2016 budget for the City of Hazleton may be downloaded below:

pdf2016-3-AmendingBudget-without-Votes.pdf31.20 KB


The City of Hazleton's SNOW BAN is in effect between October 15, 2015 and April 30, 2016. PARKING IS ONLY ALLOWED ON THE ODD SIDE OF THE STREET COMMENCING WHEN THE SNOWFALL BEGINS UNTIL 48 HOURS AFTER THE SNOWFALL HAS PASSED. The following are the only exceptions:

  1. Vsnowine Street (from Broad Street to Diamond Avenue) - Parking shall be allowed on the WEST (EVEN) side of the street only.
  2. Columbus Court (from Morris Lane to Cleveland Street) - Parking shall be allowed on the NORTH (ODD) side of the street only.
  3. Laurel Street (from Broad Street to Diamond Avenue) - Parking shall be allowed on the EAST (ODD) side of the street only.
  4. East Mine Street (from Hazle Street to Mill Street) - Parking shall be allowed on the SOUTH (EVEN) side of the street only.
  5. 5th Street (from Wyoming Street to Laure Street) - Parking shall be allowed on the SOUTH (EVEN) side of the street only.
  6. 5th Street (from James Street to Peace Street) - Parking shall be allowed on the SOUTH (EVEN) side of the street only.
  7. 9th Street (from Laurel Street to Thompson Street) - IT SHALL BE UNLAWFUL TO PARK ON EITHER SIDE OF THE STREET.
  8. 11th Street (from Alter Street to Locust Street ) - Parking shall be allowed on the SOUTH (EVEN) side of the street only.

Any person in violation of the snow ban will receive a fine of $75.00 if paid within 10 calendar days from the issue date. The fine is increased to $100.00 if paid after 10 calendar days, plus the costs of penalties, prosecution, towing and storage of the vehicle.

If you have any questions, please contact the Ticket Clerk, Monday-Friday, 8:30 am-4:00 pm, at 570-459-4953 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


downtown park planDownload the City of Hazleton Downtown Park Plan

pdfdowntown_park_plan.pdf19.64 KB







annual-action-plan-2015Download the 5 Year Plan and 2015 Action Plan for the City of Hazleton, Pennsylvania:

pdfHazleton 5 Year Plan and 2015 Annual Action Plan







cover-cranberry-walnutYou Can Own a Home!

pdfCranberry Walnut Street Neighborhood Information Packet (3-page PDF)567.55 KB

Cranberry Walnut Street Neighborhood

Totally rehabilitated homes available for sale!

  • Financing available through local banks
  • Down payment and closing cost assistance available
  • Affordable pricing
  • Close to downtown stores, restaurant, hospital and playground

Learn more from the information packet download above.

The Hazleton City Police Departments requires all towing companies to complete the following paperwork to be on the list of city towing responders.

pdfPolice Department Towing Service Procedure Application104.47 KB

pdfPolice Department Towing Service Requirements54.43 KB

The following downloads were just added to the site:

They can also be found on the following pages under the Depts tab of the top menu:

Please be advised City Hall will be CLOSED in observance of the following holidays:

January 1, 2015 - New Year’s Day
January 19, 2015 - Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
February 16, 2015 - President’s Day
April 3, 2015 - Good Friday
April 6, 2015 - Easter Monday
May 19, 2015 - Pennsylvania Primary Election
May 25, 2015 - Memorial Day
June 15, 2015 - Flag Day (Observed)
July 3, 2015 - Independence Day (Observed)
September 7, 2015 - Labor Day
October 12, 2015 - Columbus Day
November 3, 2015 - Election Day
November 11, 2015 - Veterans’ Day
November 26, 2015 - Thanksgiving Day
November 27, 2015 - Day after Thanksgiving
December 25, 2015 - Christmas Day
December 28, 2015 - Day after Christmas (Observed)


The Downtown Hazleton Overlay District

downtown-hazleton-overlay-district-illustrated-guidelines.jpgHistorically, Downtown Hazleton was a compact commercial district with bustling shops, restaurants, and a variety of other business establishments that served the surrounding region. Many of the downtown’s buildings, which were built in early 20th-century, were designed for retail use to appeal to shoppers who walked the city’s streets, including inviting entrances, window displays, and signage that drew pedestrians off the city’s street and into the building interiors.

Due to changing economic conditions, many of the core downtown’s buildings no longer serve their intended retail purpose and have been vacated or adapted for office space or other institutional uses that no longer need to be as inviting to the pedestrian, particularly along Broad Street. Others suffer from years of deferred maintenance, while others have been demolished. This has left the commercial core with many empty buildings in need of adaptive reuse and renovation, and vacant lots that deter pedestrian activity within the downtown and discourage investment. A lack of standards and guidelines has also resulted in lack of a unified streetscape, with many types of awnings, signs, and materials applied to building facades.

Read more: Downtown Overlay District Review

Act 44 Disclosure Forms are maintained and on file at the City of Hazleton in the Office of Administration.

40 North Church Street, 2nd Floor, Hazleton, PA 18201
Phone: 570-459-4961
Fax: 570-459-4992