PLANNING, ZONING + CODES

Planning, Zoning, and Code Enforcement

 

Planning, Zoning, and Code Enforcement is responsible for ensuring that current and future housing, land use, transportation, natural resources, and economic development supports the long-term wellbeing of the Borough and its residents. We do this by overseeing development within the Borough and enforcing compliance with environmental, building, health, and various other codes.

 

There are two vacancies on the Planning Commission Board.  Anyone interested should call Scott Dellett at 412-884-0505  ext. 522.

 

Project Permits and Procedures

Most common improvement projects require permits and must meet Borough regulations to be completed in Whitehall. 

Choose your project from the options below and learn more about the necessary permits, regulations and other information for your particular project.

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Questions? Concerns?

Planning, Zoning & Code
Scott Dellett
412.884.0505 ext. 522

Code Enforcement
Marc Zeoli
412.884.1368 ext.328

General Inquiries &
Dye Test Matters
Roxanne Dudjak
412.884.1368 ext. 324

Business and Land Development

Businesses and land development in Whitehall requires permits and oversight to ensure the benefit and long-term integrity of our community.

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Rental Property Information

In 2001, Borough Council passed Ordinance No. 934 which allows for occupants of rental property within the Borough. 

Owners of rental properties are required to submit a Tenant Notification Form for every unit or property by the last day of January each year, and/or whenever there is a change in tenant occupancy. You must submit a form every year even if there is no change from last year, the tenants are family members of the owners that do not pay rent, or the unit is unoccupied.

The Ordinance provides for enforcement as a summary offense for failure to comply with the stated provisions.

GIS Map

The GIS map is a Borough-wide tool that home and business owners, realtors, and other interested parties can use to determine the zoning designation of  a particular property.

Questions? Concerns?

Planning, Zoning & Code
Scott Dellett
412.884.0505 ext. 522

Code Enforcement
Marc Zeoli
412.884.1368 ext.328

General Inquiries &
Dye Test Matters
Roxanne Dudjak
412.884.1368 ext. 324