If you are planning to build a fence, stonewall, shed, garage or swimming pool you will be required to apply for a permit issued by the township. Peddling/soliciting, sign and burning permits are also required in Waverly Township. Please come into the township office to apply for your permits and we can explain the requirements needing to be met to comply with our ordinances.
PERMITS AVAILABLE FOR PRINT:
Complete the Zoning Application for the following:
New Principal Structure – (Residential dwelling)
New Accessory Structure – Attached (Garage, shed, gazebo)
New Accessory Structure – Detached (Garage, shed, gazebo)
Swimming Pool, Above or In-Ground
Addition to Existing Principal Use Structure
Addition to Existing Accessory Structure
Business or Informational Sign
Please print and return the completed Zoning Application to the Township. Depending on your application, more information may be required. If you have further questions, Contact Christine Capozzi: 570-586-0111 or send an email to @.
PA. Uniform Construction Code (UCC) is in effect in Waverly Township. The inspections will be completed by certified building code inspectors who have been appointed by the Township. Waverly Township has contracted with Building Inspection Underwriters, Inc. and NEIC - Northeast Inspection Consultants, to do these inspections. The costs of these UCC inspections are included in the building permit fee. The contractor or resident who is doing the construction work is required to call BIU, Inc. @ 570- 344-9681 or NEIC @ 570-280-2111 to schedule the inspections.
Applications for all building permits are to be made at the Waverly Township Municipal Building , Lake Henry Drive, Waverly. We can answer any questions and will guide you through the permitting process.
HISTORICAL ARCHITECTURAL BOARD
Any property owner contemplating an addition, renovation or repair to the exterior of a building located within the Waverly Historic District or the construction of a new building located within the historic district, must apply to the HARB for a Certificate of Appropriateness prior to the commencement of any renovation or construction activities. This application is in addition to the building permits normally required to do any additions, renovations or new construction within the township.