Welcome to Upper Macungie Township!


Mission & History


Protecting Our Quality of Life: Upper Macungie Township Police Department (Contact Us)
37 Grim Road
Breinigsville, Pa. 18031
Police Headquarters: 484-661-5911
Fax: 610-841-4922                                       Lehigh County Non-Emergency: 610-437-5252


Providing a pro-actively protective environment for all community citizens and property is a leading priority here in Upper Macungie Township. We honor this commitment to 24/7 safety by strongly supporting the in-township presence of our own community police department. Upper Macungie Township offers a quality of life well worth protecting…and we do.

Our Mission: To enhance the quality of life and serve the citizens of Upper Macungie Township by providing quality and professional police services. The broad philosophy of the Department will embrace a wholehearted determination to protect and support individual rights while providing for the security of persons and property in the community. In meeting this objective, it is the responsibility of the Department to function as a public service organization and to [at all times] work in cooperation with community agencies and groups to promote understanding of and competence in our law enforcement efforts. A founding principle will mandate all officers to fully and continuously demonstrate the Department’s mission to be Committed to Service.

For general police inquiries, questions or concerns, please contact headquarters at 484-661-5911 or email us at police@uppermac-pd.org.

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We are a full-service police department working 24/7, 365 days a year to meet the needs and wants of the public. Our officers are professional, highly trained and educated with the knowledge ranging from CPR, AED, First Responder and Crime Prevention in your home to resolving quality of life issues. We are here to serve your community.



The meaning of the new Police Uniform Patch…The Uniform Patch of the Upper Macungie Township Police Department has numerous (symbolic) meanings. The shape of the patch itself is a shield to signify protection of the public. The (calming) French Blue color is symbolic of Police. The center of the patch has the Seal of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Within the Seal is a shield depicting a ship under full sail, a plow and three sheaves of wheat. These symbols represent the importance of commerce, labor, perseverance and agriculture. Atop the shield an eagle proudly symbolizes the state’s sovereignty. The barn and the farm fields represent the rich agricultural history of Upper Macungie Township and its commitment to open space, parks and recreation. The eagle represents American patriotism and the noble police officers who are serving and acting in the best interests of the citizens it serves.

The residents of Upper Macungie Township and all the citizens traversing throughout can rest assured that their Police Department
will be well trained, professional and will respond to their needs.
a founding principle will mandate all officers to fully and continuously demonstrate the Departments mission to be


History of UMTPD

Here’s What to Expect (12/20/12 Patch Article)

5 Things You Should Know About UMTPD

Upper Macungie Police Sworn In Patch Article

The Morning Call Swearing In Ceremony Video

New Police Station Dedication Ceremony

Swearing In Ceremony Pictures or Brochure

Police Station Dedication Ceremony Program & List of Speakers

Click here for the Patch article.

Click here for the Channel 69 News article.

UMTPD Rolling Out In Service



Pickle Ball Opening Day






We are excited about our newly resurfaced courts at Blue Barn Park so we are having a Pickleball Opening Day!

Come, learn how to play one of fastest growing games- Pickleball for free! Experienced players will be here to guide you and have you jump into some fun Round-Robin play. You will meet other Pickleball players and be able to get involved in our newly added UMT Recreation flex league!

A limited supply of paddles and balls will be on hand for beginners to try for free. Paddles can also be purchased at




TV/Electronic Disposal


For your convenience here are some options for disposal of your electronics and TV’s.
AERC — 2591 Mitchell Avenue, Allentown, PA (off Emmaus Ave.) Open to Public on Fridays only from 9-4.  Small fee for TV’s *** Does not accept Appliances.


FreeCycle– 795 Roble Rd,Allentown (Near LV International Airport) 610-217-3868    Drop off Monday, Wednesday or Friday from 9-12 and 1-4.   Also the 3rd Saturday of each month  from 9-12 noon.  There may be a fee.

Junior Golf


provided by Mark Csencsits, PGA

April 2? – May 2? registration form
May 7th? – June 6? registration form

Upper Macungie Township is pleased to offer Junior Golf lessons in the township.  Come join 2012 Top 100 Play Golf America Recipient, Mark Csencsits and give your children the opportunity to learn the game of golf from one of the best instructors in the Lehigh Valley!

About Mark Csencsits
“A passion for coaching golf…and getting results!”

Career Highlights:

  • 2012 Top 100 Play Golf America Recipient
  • 2002 Acushnet PGA apprentice scholarship recipient
  • High School Golf Coach of the Year (1997) for Central Pennsylvania
  • Physical education instructor for golf at DeSales University
  • Nominated for Teacher of the Year for the PGA Philadelphia Section
  • Nominated for Junior Golf Teacher of the Year for the PGA Philadelphia Section
  • Callaway staff member
  • 12 Year member of the PGA’s President’s Council on Golf

In the golf business since 1992, P.G.A. Golf Professional Mark Csencsits is entering his 19th year specializing in instruction and club fitting. From beginners to accomplished players, his proven methods and expertise have helped literally thousands of golfers improve their games.

Over the years, Mark has successfully held titles as Head Golf Professional, Director of Golf and Marketing, Director of Instruction, Golf Academy Specialist and Head Teaching Professional. His experiences at private, semi-private, public, resorts, and municipalities have shaped his philosophies on teaching and club fitting to exceed customer satisfaction.

Mark is a certified club fitter for Mizuno and Titleist. Also, he is a member of the Mizuno Advisory Staff and PGA President’s Council for the past eight years. He is also certified in Body Balance Performance Enhancement Program. Mark was a former High School Golf Coach of the Year for Central Pennsylvania and recipient of Acushnet Apprentice Scholarship for attaining the highest overall test scores in the final level of the PGA Program.

Mark has a large contingent of students because of the positive results achieved through proper club fitting and instruction making him one of the most sought after Golf Professionals throughout Lehigh, Northampton and Berks counties.


Contact Us

Upper Macungie Township Police Department
37 Grim Road
Breinigsville, Pa. 18031
Phone: 484-661-5911
Fax: 610-841-4922

For emergencies call 911

Police Department
Chief of Police Edgardo A. Colón ecolon@uppermac-pd.org
Criminal & Administrative Lieutenant Joseph B. Wilson jwilson@uppermac-pd.org
Patrol Lieutenant Michael J. Sitoski msitoski@uppermac-pd.org
Office Manager Keri Diehl kdiehl@uppermac-pd.org
Clerical Assistant Deborah Schnellman dschnellman@uppermac-pd.org

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