Often called "the people's court," magisterial district courts are the first tier of Pennsylvania's judicial system.…More Magisterial District Judge Donna R. Butler handles everything from traffic tickets to homicides in her Emmaus courtroom. She also officiates at many weddings.
Her venue includes Emmaus, Macungie and Upper Milford Township. Early in 2010, Butler's court moved from a strip mall at the other end of Emmaus. Its current quarters originally were a service station, then a sportswear store. Butler was appointed to fill a vacancy on the court in 1997 and later won her first election to retain her seat.
Hartzell Welding Service 4839 Raymond Ct, Emmaus, PA18049 Hartzell Welding Service is a commercial and domestic welding provider that is capable of any metal and welding repair…More service. Hartzell Welding has moved from its location on Main Road East to this new facility located on Raymond Court.
West End Playground N 9th St & Green St, Emmaus, PA18049 The chain link fence surrounding this playground creates the impression it belongs in a much more urban setting than…More just off Chestnut Street in Emmaus. It has a basketball court, swings and other playground amenities.
Bella G's 4030 Chestnut St, Emmaus, PA18049 Serving up great Italian food at its current location since 2008, Bella G's has been a family-run business for more than…More 30 years. With homemade mozzarella and freshly prepared sausages—and having its cannolis voted among the best in Lehigh Valley—the storefront is located in the Chestnut Court Mall and offers both dining in and catering.
Willliams Street Playground/Kiwanis Fields E Ridge St & Williams St, Emmaus, PA18049 Located across the street from the Emmaus Public Library, this park is split by the rocky channel of an intermittent…More stream. Visitors enjoy can baseball on two fields in warm weather and ice skating in mid-winter. The park also has playground equipment and basketball courts.
Laura Street Playground Henry Dr & Laura St, Emmaus, PA18049 What's unusual about this .3-acre play lot in a quiet residential neighborhood is the behind- home-plate-type…More backstop fencing that separates the play equipment and the basketball court. It apparently was installed to protect small children from getting hurt by errant basketballs.
Lenape Park 6102 Kings Hwy S, Zionsville, PA18092 With expansive views of nearby fields and hills, this park seems much larger than its actual size. It has an impressive…More variety of recreational facilities, including sand volleyball courts that look like they were moved from the beach. Whether you play tennis, baseball, basketball, soccer, or prefer volleyball on a hard-surface court, you can find plenty of room to play here. There's also a nice playground area for kiddies. First-time visitors in winter months may ponder the significance of tall silver poles sticking out of the ground. These are frames for heavy net batting cages.
Borough Line Park Mountain Blvd & Glenwood St, Emmaus, PA18049 This 5.5-acre park is nestled against the base of South Mountain. The northernmost park in Emmaus, it can be reached by…More driving to the end of either Alpine or Glenwood streets. A parking lot is available on the Alpine Street side of the park. Borough Line got its name because it is along the eastern borough line, adjoining Salisbury Township. It has a baseball field, a picnic pavilion, two tennis courts, a basketball court, volleyball, swings and playground equipment. The park is next to Wildlands Conservancy's South Mountain Preserve, which has a trailhead at the end of Alpine Street.
McKeever Custom Choppers 4045 Chestnut St, Emmaus, PA18049 Founded in 1987, McKeever Custom Choppers provides the Emmaus area with custom motorcycles and rebuilds. Whether you…More want a new bike or have an old one you need to have fix up, McKeever strives to meet all of your Harley needs. McKeever Custom Chopper can be found on Chestnut Street/Route 29 South, across from the Chestnut Court shopping center.