Subdivision and Land Development

PLANNING


Subdivision and Land Development plans are processed and reviewed through the department. Each plan is examined in detail to ensure that the plan complies with the Township Ordinances regarding Zoning and Subdivision & Land Development. Where appropriate, department staff ensures that approvals from other State, County, and local agencies are obtained by applicants before plans receive final approval. All Subdivision

and Land Development Plans submitted to the Township are reviewed by the Planning Department for compliance with Township Ordinances. The Planning Department also updates the Comprehensive Plan, Zoning Ordinance, and Subdivision and Land Development Ordinance and drafts those revisions for approval by the Board of Supervisors.



SOUTH MIDDLETON TOWNSHIP
ELECTRONIC PLAN SUBMISSION



Please visit the applications page for subdivision, land development, and conditional use documentation.


Submission of Subdivision and Land Development Plans


Plans and application must be submitted to the Township by 4:00 p.m. on the 25th day of each month to be considered at the upcoming Planning Commission meeting.

• A PDF file of the plan and supporting documentation must be emailed to nfrye@smiddleton.comIf the plans cannot be submitted by email, a flash drive or CD should be submitted instead.
• A hard copy of the application, all supporting documentation, and ten (10) copies of the plan set should be submitted to the Township along with the application fee and escrow fee.
• Any revised plans should be emailed to nfrye@smiddleton.com
and ten (10) hard copies submitted to the Township 14 days prior to the next Planning Commission meeting.

Submission of Conditional Use



Conditional use applications must be submitted to the Township by 4:00 p.m. 14 days prior to the next Planning Commission meeting.

• A PDF of the conditional use application and supporting documentation must be emailed to nfrye@smiddleton.com.  If the plans cannot be submitted by email, a flash drive or CD should be submitted instead.
A hard copy of the application, all supporting documentation, and ten (10) copies of the plan set should be submitted to the Township along with the application fee and escrow fee.