Planning, Zoning and Code Enforcement Officer
301 Lindsay Road, 2nd Floor
Scott Township, PA 15106
412-276-5300 ext. 216
Monday – Friday
9:00am – 11:30am & 3:30pm – 5:00pm
Monday – Friday
11:30 am – 3:30 pm
Following are some general guidelines regarding permits and code enforcement pertaining to Scott Township. Please contact our office if you have any questions or concerns.
When do I need a building permit?
You will need to obtain a building permit when constructing any of the following:
- Adding on a Porch Roof
- Air Conditioning Unit
- Deck or Patio
- Driveway Extension or Parking Pad
- New House
- Swimming Pool
Save time by downloading and printing our permit applications.
When is a building permit not required?
You do not need to obtain a building permit for the following:
- Replacing doors and windows within existing structure
- Replacing downspouts, gutters, soffit and fascia
- Replacing kitchen and bath fixtures, such as cabinets, countertops, and sinks
- Replacing roof shingles
Does Scott Township have a noise ordinance?
Yes. The noise ordinance is in effect seven (7) days a week. Quiet hours are between dusk and 6:59 am. No remodeling projects, mowing the lawn, or other noise emanating machine is not permitted to start before 7:00 am. Contractors are not permitted to work on Sundays.
When and Where can I obtain a license for my dog?
All dogs, three months and older, are required to have a license. Dog license(s) must be renewed each year on or before January 1. There is a fine of $300 for each unlicensed dog. Download a Dog License Application.
Garbage Cans – Out of Sight!
Contributing to the orderliness of our community is a community affair. Ordinance No. 915, regulates the times when containers for garbage and rubbish can be placed to the curb line. Garbage cans and other containers for garbage and rubbish may not be placed at the curb line until 5:00 p.m. of the day previous to the day set for collection of residential garbage. Emptied containers can be left at the curb only until 9:00 p.m. the day of collection. The emptied containers must be brought back from the curb line and placed at their normal storage place, abutting or in the residence at all other times. The Code Enforcement Officer requests that empty containers be placed at the back of the house or rear side yard. Do not place your containers at the front of your property. Help beautify our neighborhood by adhering to this ordinance.