Kidder Township

sbrooks@kiddertownship.org

(570) 722-0107

Kidder Township Police Department

Established 1955

Mission Statement

The Kidder Township Police Department shall serve the community in a manner that fosters and enhances public safety and quality of life. To that end, we will:
We are accountable to each other and to the community we serve. We seek constructive criticism and will investigate all complaints thoroughly. We believe that teamwork among ourselves, members of the community, government officials and other law enforcement agencies is essential to meet common goals. The Kidder Township Police Department strives to provide the highest quality of service to the community.
Click for full information regarding the use and operations of Golf Carts

Attention: Lake Harmony Estates Residents & Visitors

The Lake Harmony Estates (LHE) Board of Directors voted to allow golf carts to be utilized throughout the community beginning on July 1st, 2018 to reduce automobile traffic and to allow homeowners to use the golf carts to easily park at the LHE beach area located at Wood St. and South Lake Drive. This notice is to remind the community that they must abide by the rules set forth by Kidder Township and the State of Pennsylvania (as outlined in Pa. Senate Bill 785). No golf carts are allowed to travel on South Lake Drive, they are only allowed to cross at a 90* angle to enter the LHE beach area located at Wood St. and South Lake Drive. They can only travel on public roads for resort maintenance. Pa. Senate Bill 785 states: (14) Any vehicle used for golf course [or] maintenance,resort maintenance or college, university or seminary campusmaintenance when such vehicle does not travel on public roads in excess of one mile and the property on both sides of the public road is owned by said golf course [or], resort or college, university or seminary.

If you have any questions please contact our department.

Buckle Up Pennsylvania

Through Buckle Up Pennsylvania, PennDOT aims to make sure that all motorists in Pennsylvania are safe drivers.

With nearly 1,500 people losing their lives in traffic crashes in Pennsylvania each year, Buckle Up Pennsylvania encourages motorists to avoid life-threatening behaviors such as not wearing a seat belt, driving impaired and driving aggressively. Each of you can make a difference for highway safety by simply remembering to “Buckle Up.”

Join us in helping the National Center for Exploited Children find missing kids.

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Notices

TO RESIDENTS
Subject: Official Notifications by E-Mail and Text Message
Dear Resident,
Kidder Township Police Department will begin utilizing a new service to access important, valuable community information when you need it, using the latest technology.

Our agency will create and publish messages through the Nixle Community Information Service. Nixle will then deliver this information to you instantly via text, email and/or web message. Notifications can also be accessed online at Nixle’s web site at www.nixle.com.

Example messages may include (Police Activity State Route 903 Avoid Area) as well as other relevant safety and community information.
The service is secure, reliable and easy for our group to use. YOU decide what information you want and whether you want it sent to your cell phone, email, or just simply over the web.

Please register now at the company’s main web site: www.nixle.com. There you can also access their Frequently Asked Questions.

New communication forms continue to evolve and we believe this service will allow us to keep you informed in the most convenient, reliable way possible.
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Text KIDDER to 888777

For more information please contact:

Kidder Township Police
10 Lake Harmony Road
P.O. Box 576
Lake Harmony, PA 18624
570-722-0192

Kidder Township Officers Honored

Sgt. Detective Neil Yurchak, Patrolman John Pruitte and Patrolman Michael Chica were honored at the March 15th Board of Supervisors Meeting for going “above and beyond” their duties during a recent call in Kidder Township. Chief Kuzma awarded the officers with Distinguished Service Medals, a plaque and challenge coins from the department.