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Red Hill Borough Declares Disaster Emergency
The Mayor and the Red Hill Borough Council President have signed a Declaration of Disaster Emergency effective immediately. This declaration is specific to the COVID-19 virus health emergency, and the need to implement certain protocol to respond and attend to the health and safety of Red Hill Borough residents and businesses, aligned with Section 7501 of the Pennsylvania Emergency Management Services Code (35 PA C.S., Section 7501).
While there are currently no reported presumptive positive cases in the Borough, the Mayor, the Emergency Management Coordinator and Borough Council have decided that it is important to take all appropriate actions to ensure that procedures are in place to respond to and recover from this health emergency. Declaration of Disaster Emergency
In an effort to comply with the recommendations of the CDC and the Pennsylvania Department of Health we are limiting face-to-face contact with the community as we continue our mitigation efforts on COVID-19. For the protection of the community and our staff the office will remain open through phone and email contact ONLY until further notice. As much of our staff is working remotely we ask that you leave a message and we will return your call as soon as possible. Click for Staff Email Addresses All Public Meetings are cancelled until Further notice. Should you need to drop off anything at the office please use our drop box. The drop box is attached to the building to the left of the mail box.
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NO BULK TRASH ITEMS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
THERE ARE NO SOLICITATION PERMITS ISSUED IN RED HILL BOROUGH
Currently there are no solicitation permits
issued in Red Hill Permits are only required for purposes of commercial soliciting. The borough is not permitted to require permits for non-profit groups, religious or political groups. They may call on you from 9 AM to 7 PM
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LOOKING TO HELP YOUR COMMUNITY?
Red Hill Borough is looking for several residents to fill volunteer board positions on the Board of Appeals, Planning Commission and Zoning Hearing Board. Please send a letter of interest and a brief resume to Doris Decker, President Red Hill Borough Council at 56 W Fourth Street, Red Hill, PA 18076 or email to email@example.com. Below is additional information about each board.
PLANNING COMMISSION MEMBER
The Red Hill Planning Commission’s responsibility is to review all land development applications for compliance with the zoning ordinances and subdivision and land development ordinances. The planning commission acts as an advisory board and makes recommendations to Borough Council. Planning Commission meets on the Third Thursday of the month (as needed) at 7 pm at the Red Hill Borough Council Chambers.
BOARD OF APPEALS
Interested parties shall be qualified by training and experience on matters pertaining to building construction. Training and experience may consist of licensure as an architect or engineer, experience in the construction industry, and training or experience as an inspector or plan reviewer. The purpose of this board is to hear and rule on appeals, requests for variances and requests for extensions of time. Interested parties shall be qualified by training and experience on matters pertaining to building construction. Training and experience may consist of licensure as an architect or engineer, experience in the construction industry, and training or experience as an inspector or plan reviewer.
ZONING HEARING BOARD ALTERNATE
The Zoning Hearing Board is a quasi-judicial body comprised of three (3) members. The Zoning Hearing Board meets on an as needed basis. Board members are appointed by Borough Council and receive no compensation. The Zoning Hearing Board conducts legally binding hearings and renders decisions on appeals from a decision made by the zoning officer, challenges to the validity of the zoning ordinance or zoning map, and requests for variances and special exceptions.