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Jim Thorpe Borough - Forms and Documents


On This Page:

Council Minutes

Zoning, Building and Land Use Applications and Forms 

Drinking Water Reports

Jim Thorpe Borough Organizational Chart

Borough Service Request Form 

Jim Thorpe Borough Ordinance 





Monthly Council Meeting Minutes - 2016

January 2016 - Reorg March 10 2016
July 2016

October 2016

January 2016

 August 2016

November 2016

February 04, 2016
April  2016September 2016

December 2016

February 11, 2016

May 2016

 


March 03 2016 (WS)
June 2016
  

Monthly Council Meeting Minutes - 2015

January 2015April  22 2015July 2015

October 2015

February 2015

May 2015August 2015

November 2015

March 2015

June 2015

September 2015

December 2015

April  09 2015

 

 


April  16 2015   

Previous years minutes click here


 

Borough Zoning, Land Use and Building Applications

For 2016 the Borough of Jim Thorpe has retained Barry Isett & Associates, INC (BIA),  as Zoning Officer and Building Code Official (BCO) for Residential and Commercial construction. A BIA representative is in the Borough office Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9 am to 12 noon to answer questions, review applications and work with residents on the permitting process. 

Contact Information for Barry Isett & Associates,  100 W Broad S, Hazelton, PA. 18201  Phone 570-455-2999

What type of Permit do I need ? - This document explains the type of permits required for various projects.  Read this when planning your project.

Plan Review Permitting and Inspection Process Guideline - This document describes the permitting and inspection process associated with any UCC building permit. 

Commercial Plan Submittal Guidelines - This document provides guidelines for plan submission on a commercial project. Note: The scope of the project determines how much of this is required.

Residential Plan Submittal Guidelines - This document provides guidelines for plan submission on a residential project.  Note: the scope of your project determines how much of this is required.

Zoning Permit Application - Fill out this form to obtain a Zoning permit from the Borough.

UCC Construction Permit (Building Permit Application) - Fill out this form to obtain a building permit from the Borough.

Zoning Hearing Board Appeal Application - If you apply for a zoning permit and are DENIED, you have the right to an appeal. This document is the Borough form required to schedule a Zoning hearing.

Possible Inspections for UCC (Building) Permits - This document contains a FULL list of inspections associated with a UCC Building Permit. When your UCC Building permit is issued, BIA will provide a list of the inspections required for your project. The scope of your project determines which inspections are required.

SALDO Subdivision and Land Development Application - If your project involves multiple lots, buildings or improvements this application may be required. Check with the Borough BCO to see if your project meets the requirements for a SALDO application.

Application for Public Water Service - If your project will include tapping into our public water system this application MUST be completed.

Application for Public Sewer Service - If your project will include tapping into our public sewer system this application MUST be completed.

Certified Plumber List - This is a list of plumbers that are certified to work in the Borough of Jim Thorpe.

Alternate Residential Inspectors List

Code for Thermal Expansion Tanks

Forms that must be obtained at the Borough Office

Moving Permit 

On-Lot Sewer and Water Permit


Drinking Water Reports

Annual  Drinking Water Quality Report for 2012  - East Side

Annual  Drinking Water Quality Report for 2012 - West Side

Annual  Drinking Water Quality Report for 2014  - East Side

Annual  Drinking Water Quality Report for 2014 - West Side

Annual  Drinking Water Quality Report for 2015  - East Side

Annual  Drinking Water Quality Report for 2015 - West Side

Misc. Forms

Middle Carbon County Comprehensive Plan Intro

Middle Carbon County Comprehensive Plan

Act 44 Disclosure - Part 1

Act 44 Disclosure - Part 2




Non-Borough Specific Forms and Publication

Right to Know - Sunshine Law -The Pennsylvania Right to Know Act, also known as the Pennsylvania Sunshine Law, is a series of laws designed to guarantee that the public has access to public records of governmental bodies in Pennsylvania.

Borough Council Handbook 

Citizens Guide to Local Government


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