Zoning & Code Enforcement

Zoning & Land Development Office

The Zoning and Land Development Office is primarily responsible for the processing of applications for land development, subdivision, planned residential development and conditional use. The office is involved in meeting with applicants and developers in order to assist with the approval process. Some of the key functions include communications with the Board of Supervisors, Planning Commission and citizens as they relate to the land development approval process. The Zoning and Land Development Office is responsible for reviewing all submittals for code compliance using the Zoning Ordinance, Land Development/Subdivision Ordinance.

The Building & Zoning Codes primarily govern building, zoning, sign, road opening, driveway and zoning certification. Some of the key functions of this office include enforcement activities of the building and zoning code(s), and responding to citizen concerns related to such matters. When in doubt, residents should always contact the office to see what, if any, permits are required when constructing structures within Allegheny Township.

Allegheny Township has adopted the Pennsylvania Uniform Construction Code (Act 45)which presently adheres to the 2009 International Codes. The Township currently is under contract with a 3rd party contractor to perform building inspections. The company, Code.Sys, can be reached by contacting the Zoning Office.

Zoning and Code Enforcement 

Phone: 724-842-4641
Fax: 724-845-9290

Code Enforcement

Allegheny Township is a codified community and as such has numerous codes that we enforce throughout the Township ranging from Burning regulations, Zoning Regulations to grass regulations and junk regulations just as an example. The Allegheny Township Code can be viewed at Ecode360.  Inquiries can be made through the Township Administrative office who will take your information for follow up by the Township’s third party agency, KLH Engineers.

To file a formal code enforcement complaint requiring Code Enforcement investigation, Township residents must complete a formal complaint form.  Complaint forms can be obtained from the Township office receptionist Monday through Friday between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. An electronic form can also be obtained from the following link:   AT_Complaint_Form.  The form must be completed and returned so that it will be the tracking mechanism and intake into the Township system to facilitate investigation and follow up on resolution.  Only verified complaints will be considered valid for formal investigation.