Zoning

The Whitehall Township Zoning Ordinance and Map regulates ALL uses of land, including, but not limited to, how and where you place structures on your property, whether you want to have an office in your home, etc. Therefore, all building permits are subject to review by the Zoning Officer.

The five-member Whitehall Township Zoning Hearing Board meets the third Tuesday of every month to review all zoning variance or special exception requests.

The Township has a variety of regulations that are affect how you may conduct some activities on your property. Therefore, you should always contact the Bureau of Planning, Zoning and Development if you are not sure whether or not what you propose to do is permitted. For example, the township regulates the height of weeds (15" maximum), where and how you may (or may not) store inoperable vehicles, the dumping or depositing of any type of garbage or debris (including animal excrement), the trimming of street trees and the posting of signs, as well as many other issues. To be safe, it is always best to call.

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