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Driveway Permits

PLEASE NOTE:  Permits can be submitted by email, mail, permit drop box, or in person at the municipal building. If you are submitting a permit application by email you will need to mail or drop off a check for the application fee. Please contact the permitting office with any questions by email at ddidra@heidelberglehigh.org or by calling 610-767-9297 x11. 

The municipal office is OPEN Monday-Friday 8 am to 4 pm, however, there is limited public access inside the municipal building.

The Vestibule area is OPEN and there is a video intercom system for contactless service. You can get forms, speak with staff and drop off applications in the vestibule. If the service you need is not available in the vestibule, staff can remotely open the vestibule door to allow access.

Please note: Vaccinated persons are not required to wear a mask inside the building.

 

Heidelberg Township requires driveway permits for new driveways and improvements to existing driveways on both Township and State Roads. A change of use also requires a driveway permit (ie. residential to commercial)

The Township Road Occupancy Permit ordinance reads in part:

No person, firm, corporation or other entity shall construct a new driveway,
change the use of the driveway, improve an existing driveway or any other means of
ingress or egress onto a Township road or a State road, or install storm drainage
facilities or affect the discharge or passage of drainage water onto or along a Township
road unless the Road Master or the Township representative appointed by the Board
of Supervisors, grants a permit for such grading, construction and installation. In the
case of access from a State road, two permits will be required. One from the State and
the other from the Township for construction from the road right-of-way line.
2. A permit application shall be signed by the property owner and submitted prior
to commencing work on any driveway. The application shall be on forms provided by the
Township. A construction plan in accordance with this Part and a filing fee and escrow
amount as established by resolution shall accompany the application. An approved
driveway application shall be valid for 1 year at which time if the work is not completed
No time extension will be granted. [Ord. 2010-1]

The ordinance in its entirety is attached to the Driveway Permit Application.