Ordinances

Ordinance 2005-2

Ordinance 2005-2 requires any person owning a pet to promptly remove, within 48 hours, any feces deposit in the yard.  This is particularly important because of the homes/yards being so close.  Residents should also show courtesy to their neighbors by promptly removing animal feces so that the noxious odor does not ruin their neighbor’s outdoor activites or keep them from having open windows in periods of pleasant weather.  Residents may obtain a copy of the complete ordinance by visiting or calling the Borough office.  PLEASE BE AWARE:  During 2011, a Zero Tolerance policy has been adopted by Borough Council.  No warnings will be issued – the penalty in the ordinance will be immediately enforced for non-compliance.

Odinance 1987-3

Odinance 1987-3 prohibits persons from allowing their domestic pets to run at large within the Borough, regardless of whether or not the animal is properly licensed.  This ordinance is also supported by the Pennsylvania Dog Law of 1965 and police officers will enforce the provisions of both the Pennsylvania Dog Law and the Borough Ordinance.  These laws permit the seizure of the animals as well as a fine of up to $300 for violations of these ordinances.  Residents may obtain a copy of the complete ordinance by visiting or calling the Borough office.

Ordinance 1992-1

Ordinance 1992-1 regulates that grass must be cut to a height of four (4) inches or less and no bush, tree, etc., is permitted to grow over and onto another person’s property.   Residents may obtain a copy of the complete ordinance by visiting or calling the Borough office.

Ordinance 1971-2

Ordinance 1971-2 requires that snow be removed from the sidewalks in front of and/or along side of a property within 24 hours of the snow event.  Residents may obtain a copy of the complete ordinance by visiting or calling the Borough office.

Ordinance 1993-1

Ordinance 1993-1, which added an amendment to Ordinance 1971-2, prohibits residents from shoveling snow back onto already plowed roads.  Residents may obtain a copy of the complete ordinance by visiting or calling the Borough office.