Office Locations 
District Offices
110 North Third Street
2nd Floor
Lehighton, PA 18235
(610) 377-6363
Fax: (610) 377-5675
Hours: M-F, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

2681 State Route 903, Unit 3
Albrightsville, PA 18210
(570) 722-8700
Fax: (570) 722-8702
Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Satellite Offices
Lansford American Legion
3 West Ridge Street
Lansford, PA 18232
Hours: Wed., 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

10 Wilbur Street
Council Room
Weatherly, PA 18255
The first Thursday of every month
Hours: Thurs., 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Capitol Office
403 Irvis Office Building
PO Box 202122
Harrisburg, PA 17120-2122
(717) 260-6139
Fax: (717) 772-8418
TTY: (855) 282-0614
My Audio Updates
Here you will find audio clips about important events that have taken place during the current and past Legislative Sessions.
Rep. Heffley Urges Safety When Celebrating with Fireworks - 7/2/2018
This Fourth of July, Pennsylvania residents who had previously been banned from using powerful fireworks, will have their first opportunity to set them off during Independence Day holiday celebrations. Rep. Doyle Heffley (R-Carbon) is joining public safety officials statewide in encouraging consumers to exercise caution when using fireworks and reminding them that certain rules and safety regulations need to be observed.
Rep. Heffley Comments on House Passage of 2018-19 State Budget - 6/20/2018
The Fiscal Year 2018-19 General Appropriation bill (House Bill 2121) is on its way to the state Senate for consideration after the House of Representatives passed it Thursday by a vote of 188-10. The $32.7 billion spending plan increases growth by 1.7 percent, which is below the rate of inflation (2.13 percent), requires no additional taxes or revenues and officially erases a deficit. The budget also includes a record high $12.3 billion investment in education from pre-k through 12th grade, with additional increases in funding for career and technical education as well as higher education. The budget bill is expected to be sent to the governor prior to June 30, after anticipated Senate passage.
Rep. Doyle Heffley Comments on Legislation to Address Opioid Crisis - 1/23/2018
House Republican lawmakers have introduced legislation to strengthen the fight against Pennsylvania’s opioid crisis by reducing the over-prescription of addictive painkilling drugs in the state’s Workers’ Compensation system. According to recent nationwide studies, Pennsylvania is the second highest state in the number and amount of opioid drugs prescribed per claim. To address this problem, Rep. Ryan Mackenzie (Lehigh & Berks), has authored House Bill 18 that would require the Department of Labor and Industry to adopt changes to the official state formulary of medicines that may be prescribed for those within the Workers’ Compensation program. Currently, 21 states, including New York and California, have altered their drug formulary lists for health care payment systems to limit the use of opioids, and those states have significantly reduced the number of injured workers dependent on opioid painkillers. Rep. Doyle Heffley(R-Carbon) offers his comments on the legislation.
Rep. Heffley Comments on His Bill to Ensure Proper Public Benefit Distribution - 9/27/2017
Legislation designed to ensure that public benefits are reserved for American citizens was approved by the Pennsylvania House on Tuesday. House Bill 1095 would bring Pennsylvania into compliance with federal law by requiring those seeking public benefits to show proof of citizenship or legal eligibility. Bill sponsor Rep. Doyle Heffley (R-Carbon) said that considering the Commonwealth’s budget situation, all steps must be taken to ensure proper distribution of public funds. Heffley’s bill now moves to the Senate for consideration.
Rep. Heffley Comments on House Approval of a Revenue Plan to Complete Funding of the State Budget - 9/14/2017
The Pennsylvania House approved an amended state revenue plan on Wednesday that puts taxpayers first and does not require any increase in state taxes. The revenue plan authored by House Republicans is viewed as a financially responsible effort that not does not rely on additional state borrowing and calls for the utilization of existing funds in dormant state accounts to help balance the nearly $32 billion state budget. The amended revenue plan now returns to the Senate for consideration. Rep. Doyle Heffley (R-Carbon) offered his comments following passage of the legislation.
Rep. Heffley Comments on House Passage of Budget - 6/30/2017
The Pennsylvania House has passed a bipartisan, responsible spending plan for the upcoming fiscal year which holds the line on state expenditures by consolidating agencies and streamlining government programs. House Bill 218 spends $32 Billion, representing an increase of less than one percent over last year’s spending plan. The budget also increases funding for education, ranging from early childhood to institutions of higher learning. House Bill 218 now awaits the Governor’s signature.
Rep. Heffley Comments on Passage of Landmark Pension Reform Legislation - 6/8/2017
Legislation designed to reform Pennsylvania’s state employee and public school employee retirement systems has been approved by the Pennsylvania House. Senate Bill 1 would establish a hybrid retirement benefit plan, including defined benefit and defined contribution components. New employees would be mandatory members of the new hybrid plan. Rep. Doyle Heffley (R-Carbon) said this reform pension legislation is a step toward addressing the state's financial crisis.
Heffley Comments on Resolution Recognizing Efforts to Prevent Veteran Suicide - 5/24/2017
The Pennsylvania House has approved House Resolution 349, recognizing the efforts of Mission 22, an organization dedicated to preventing veteran suicide. Resolution sponsor Rep. Doyle Heffley (R-Carbon) said we must honor the dedication and service of all veterans, and use all resources available to combat the epidemic of suicide among those who served our nation.
Rep. Heffley Voices Support for Maintaining Independent Status of the Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs - 4/5/2017
Advocates who are opposed to the consolidation of state social service agencies, including the state Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs, into a larger state bureaucracy rallied in the state Capitol Wednesday. Public testimony was heard about budget related agency consolidation proposals and questions were raised about the future status of specific state programs, the effects on customer service and how consolidation could limit input from populations served by as many as four state agencies. State lawmakers joined in the show of support for the Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs and how it has played a positive role in helping many citizens to recover from opioid drug addiction. Rep. Doyle Heffley (R-Carbon) offered comments on this issue.
Rep. Heffley Comments on House Budget Passage - 4/4/2017
House Republican lawmakers moved to adopt a new state budget plan Tuesday in Harrisburg that would provide greater government efficiency, reduce overall state spending and avoid broad based tax increases. The $31.52 billion House budget is $246 million less than the current state spending plan and $815 million less than the budget proposal put forth by Governor Wolf earlier this year. The House budget also increases basic education funding by $100 million and provides an additional $25 million for both early childhood education and special education programs. House Bill 218 passed the House by a vote of 114 to 84 and now goes to the Senate for consideration.Rep. Doyle Heffley (R-Carbon) offered comments on the budget legislation following the vote.