Office Information 
Lehigh Office 
Lower Macungie Township Administration Building
3402 Brookside Road
Macungie, PA 18062
Monday - Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Phone: (610) 965-9933
Fax: (610) 965-9174

Berks Satellite Office 
Topton Borough Hall
205 S Callowhill St.
Topton, PA 19562
Wednesdays 9:30 a.m. to noon
*Walk-ins only. No mail, please.

Capitol Office
160A East Wing
Harrisburg, PA 17120-2134
Phone: (717) 787-1000
Fax: (717) 782-2893
Latest News
On Feb. 7, Gov. Tom Wolf unveiled his 2017-18 state budget proposal, which kicked off the start of the annual process to determine the Commonwealth’s spending plan. Since the governor was first elected into office, he has been calling for increased taxes and spending that Pennsylvania’s working men and women simply don’t want and can’t support.
HARRISBURG – The Pennsylvania House of Representatives this week approved legislation authored by state Rep. Ryan Mackenzie (R-Berks/Lehigh) to improve stroke care for victims all across the Commonwealth.
HARRISBURG – With the start of the 2017-18 legislative session, it was announced that state Rep. Ryan Mackenzie (R-Lehigh/Berks) was re-appointed as deputy majority whip and deputy chair of the Majority Policy Committee. He will also serve as a member of four House standing committees: Commerce, Environmental Resources & Energy, Insurance, and Labor & Industry.
HARRISBURG – The Pennsylvania House of Representatives today unanimously adopted a resolution authored by Rep. Ryan Mackenzie (R-Lehigh/Berks) recognizing Jan. 30 through Feb. 3 as Tax Identity Theft Awareness Week in Pennsylvania.
Strokes are the fifth leading cause of death in the United States and they are the leading cause of serious long-term disability. However, the quicker a person receives appropriate treatment for a stroke, the better the outcome can be in terms of survival and reduced long-term complications and disability.
HARRISBURG – Rep. Ryan Mackenzie (R-Lehigh/Berks) offers appointments on the second Friday of each month in his Macungie district office for veterans to meet with an outreach specialist from the American Legion. However, due to scheduling conflicts, appointments for Friday, Jan. 13, have been canceled. Hours will resume on Friday, Feb. 10.
Rep. Ryan Mackenzie (R-Lehigh/Berks) took the oath of office to serve his fourth term in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives on Jan. 3. This year marks the start of the 201st legislative session of the Pennsylvania General Assembly.
HARRISBURG – High school seniors can now apply for a Pennsylvania House of Representatives Scholarship to help cover the costs of higher education, Rep. Ryan Mackenzie (R-Berks/Lehigh) announced today.
The year 2016 is coming to a close and I would like to take the opportunity to reflect on some of the positive developments that occurred in the past year. In the state House of Representatives, we have worked to protect taxpayers, increase job opportunities, improve education and make needed reforms to state government. Specifically, we passed a budget that held the line on taxes and spent within our means, and passed several laws to address the state’s growing opioid epidemic.
HARRISBURG – State Rep. Ryan Mackenzie (Berks/Lehigh) today announced the awarding of $173,612 by the Commonwealth Financing Authority (CFA) for improvements along Walnut Street in the Borough of Alburtis.
HARRISBURG – The deadline to apply for the state’s 2015 Property Tax/Rent Rebate program is Dec. 31, Rep. Ryan Mackenzie (R-Berks/Lehigh) announced today.
WHAT: Concealed Carry Seminar, a free event informing residents of the 134th District about Pennsylvania firearms laws.
HARRISBURG – Legislation introduced by Rep. Ryan Mackenzie (R-Berks/Lehigh) that would help assist veterans who wish to start their own businesses is headed to the governor’s desk after passing the House unanimously today.
HARRISBURG – During a stroke, every second counts. The faster a patient receives proper treatment, the greater the prognosis for recovery. Legislation introduced by Rep. Ryan Mackenzie (R-Berks/Lehigh) – House Bill 2350 – would bring Pennsylvania law into alignment with new federal emergency stroke care standards designed to tailor treatment for stroke victims based on the type and severity of stroke a patient is experiencing.