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The City of Bethlehem is actively working with government agencies, hospitals, and businesses to respond to the coronavirus pandemic. Please refer to the Bethlehem Health Bureau’s coronavirus page for the most current information, best practices, and resources.

City Hall is open to the public. Employees are also available to assist residents via phone, email and website.



The City of Bethlehem Emergency Medical Services has six trained Hazmat paramedics who provide Emergency Medical Support to the City of Bethlehem Fire Department’s Hazardous Material Response Team. The paramedics are trained to the Hazmat Operations and Technical Level.