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PERMIT APPLICATIONS CAN BE DOWNLOADED HERE OR PICKED UP AT OUR OFFICE. However, our building is currently closed to the public so paper copies of permit applications have been left in the WHITE MAILBOX located on the wooden railing directly outside the office door. You may drop off your completed application in the WHITE MAILBOX or there is also a larger TAN DROPBOX for your use if needed.

Be sure to review the fee schedule and include the $60 review fee with all Building Permit Applications. Also, please remember to include a Zoning application with your Building Permit when required.

Fee Schedule

Payments are required at the time of application, permit approval and at the time of c/o (certificate of occupancy). A Contractor License and Proof of Insurance is required for all Contractors and Sub-Contractors working within the Township. If you have a PA Contractor License, a PA State License number will need to be provided for each permit along with proof of insurance.

Building Permit

Building Permits are required for new homes and additions and the replacement of the principal and accessory structure(s). Including work on decks, sheds, garages, barns, patios, carports, hot tubs and pools - in and above ground. This permit is also required for electrical work, demolition, fireplace and chimneys, HVAC, generators, roof and ground solar installs and interior renovations.

Building Inspector

John Coldiron

(610) 587 9950

Zoning Permit

Zoning permits are required with most building permits and also with fences, signs and patios.

Zoning Officer

Dave Gargula

(302) 218 7173


Paving, Site Investigation and Special Event Permits

A Special Event Permit is required for any special event with an expected attendance of 50 or more individuals as a group at any given time on a private property. 

Religious activities conducted on private property do not require a permit if the expected attendance is less than 100 persons with a duration of less than three hours.

Yard sales with an expected attendance of 50 people or less at any given time do not require a permit.