Paupack Township located along the northern banks of Lake Wallenpaupack, in Wayne County, Pennsylvania, was incorporated in 1850, as a Township of the Second Class. Paupack Township is made up of the Village of Lakeville and the Village of Uswick and currently has about 70 residential subdivisions, the two largest being Wallenpaupack Lake Estates and Paupacken Lake Estates.  The township is 33 square miles, and is approximately 21,000 acres and maintains approximately 16 miles of roads.  Paupack Township has a population of about 3,000 full time residents and is part of the Wallenpaupack School District.

Paupack Township is governed by three elected Township Supervisors.  The Township Building is located at 25 Daniels Road.  We also maintain a Planning Commission, Code Enforcement Section, Road Maintenance Section and Administrative Staff.  The township also operates a monthly food pantry and monthly recycling program.

Paupack Township encompasses 24 miles of the northern shore line of Lake Wallenpaupack.  Summer activities include beaches, boating, fishing and lake front restaurants. Winter activities included ice fishing, snowmobiling and local skiing.  Paupack Township is also the home to Cove Haven Resort.

 

Bruce Chandler, Supervisor
bruceppk@ptd.net

Robert A. Boogertman, Supervisor

Maureen Camasta, Secretary/Treasurer
maurppk@ptd.net

James R. Martin, Supervisor
jrmconsulting@live.com

   

 

SPECIAL INFORMATION:
 

  • Conditional Use Hearing on Thursday July 11, 2024 @5:30PM is a request by Chris Kuhnsman the property owner to add the Short-Term Rental use to the Single-Family Dwelling property located at 74 Paupack Point Road. Hawley Tax Map ID#19-0-0006-0016.
     

  • Conditional Use Hearing on Thursday July 11, 2024 @6:00PM is a request by Ryan Lupero & Jessica Williamson the property owners to change to a previously approved Marina Conditional Use to add Storage of Recreational Vehicle Storage to existing Marina business property located at 1253 Purdytown Turnpike. Lakeville Tax Map ID#19-0-0295-0056.
     

  • Free Radon Kits available at the Paupack Township Building – Limited supply.
    For more information Look under Public Information section of website.
     

  • LEGAL NOTICES - December 2023.
     

  • The Paupack Township, Wayne County, Board of Supervisors have adopted Ordinance 2023-61-Paupack Township, Wayne County Short Term Rental Ordinance at the regular meeting on August 10, 2023. The owners of a Short-Term Rental within the Township shall have ninety (90) days from the effective date of the Ordinance which is Tuesday August 22, 2023 to submit an application to the Township to continue to operate or establish a new Short Term Rental with Paupack Township, Wayne County.
    Failure to make application to Paupack Township, Wayne County to continue to operate or establish a new Short Term Rental within ninety (90) days of Tuesday, August 22, 2023 is subject to additional fees or further actions.
    Information can be found under Documents & Forms sections.

     
  • Free mulch ($15.00 to load) – all you want - Monday thru Friday 6:30AM - 3:00PM.
     
  • We now accept credit cards for Zoning & Building Permit fees.  Please call the township for more information.
     
  • ALL COMMERCIAL BUILDING PERMIT APPLICATIONS MUST BE SUBMITTED ELECTRONICALLY – PLEASE CALL BIU AT (570) 344-9681.
     
  • Pennsylvania Municipalities Pension Trust - ACT 44
     
  • Reflective Address Marker Order Form (Purchase at Township municipal building, 25 Daniels Road, Lakeville, PA, 18438)

“At the May 2013 meeting of the Board of Supervisors a Resolution (2013-029) was passed that bans the use of Alcohol & Tobacco at the recreation ground. The entire recreation area is now an Alcohol & Tobacco Free Campus.  A written form of Rules and Regulations for the recreation ground will be posted at the recreation ground for you to look at, and it is also available here on our web-site under the “Parks & Recreation Link”.  The local and state authorities have been notified regarding the new Resolution.  The Board of Supervisors appreciates the cooperation of everyone regarding the new rules at the Recreation Ground”.