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According to the On-Lot Septic Ordinance 2000-02, septic tanks need to be pumped every three (3) years.
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Water and sewer bills can be paid at the Municipal Authority located at:345 Lear LaneBoiling Springs, PA 17007
You will have to call Advanced Disposal at 717-243-1692 or 1-800-338-8971 in order to receive a new trash/recycling bin or tags. The township does not sell trash tags.
See the documents below.
The South Middleton Township Fire Prevention and Safety Code Ordinance 2017-03 prohibits open burning other than for cooking food and normal agricultural operations.
If it is a township road, you will call the game commission at 814-643-1831 and if it is a state road you will have to call Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) at 717-243-5414.
You can receive a pass for the Compost Site at our office building located at 520 Park Drive. You will need to know the license plate and make, model and year of the vehicle you will be using. You can also submit your application via:
You can receive a dog license from the Courthouse, Holly Pharmacy and Knisley’s. Parks and Recreation will also have dog licenses from January through early April.
The following projects do not need a permit:
South Middleton Township does not have a noise ordinance.
The On-Lot Sewage Permit Application is available at the Township Office, located at 520 Park Drive, and must be filled out at the office. For questions or concerns, contact the Sewage Enforcement Officer, Vince Elbel, at 717-263-6120.
Look up your property on Cumberland County’s Zoning District Search Tool.