The Engineering and Zoning offices will be CLOSED on FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 2017 to relocate to new office space.
We will open on Monday, December 18, 2017 in our new location on the east side of the building, across the hall from our current offices.
The Engineering Department is responsible for storm water control, public works projects, review of subdivisions, and review of new commercial and multi-family land developments. Engineering also provides technical services and support to various other Township departments. These services include grant application and management, land surveying, accident scene diagramming, technical drawing, and mapping. In addition, the Department maintains records of the Township’s public works assets and makes the information available to Township employees as well as the general public.
The staff has a particular interest in the application of technological advancements to digitize records and maps to increase their ease of use and availability. These initiatives include expanding the Township’s use of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to enhance the quality of Township maps and employing shared document environments to convert paper documents to digital versions, available at employee’s workstations.
Richard L. Morris, P.E. - Township Engineer
Anne M. Sokol, P.E. - Asst. Township Engineer
Matthew D. Waldinger - Land Development Coordinator
General Inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
Fax: (814) 835-4919
Hours: 8:00AM - 4:30PM Monday thru Friday
If you are planning a new commercial or residential development, or are looking to redevelop an existing site, please contact Matt Waldinger, Land Development Coordinator, to set up a pre-development meeting. Members of the Engineering and Zoning staff will meet with you to discuss the specific characteristics of your proposed site and inform you of the steps necessary to complete the subdivision or land development process.