PROPOSED ACT 537 PLAN
To download a copy of the draft copy of the Joint Act 537 Plan, please Click Here
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Address Numbering
An ordinance was recently enacted requiring the numbering of buildings using a uniform system. All newly constructed buildings shall be numbered with 4" numbers; for existing buildings, 3" numbers are acceptable. The primary purpose of this ordinance is to aid emergency services in locating properties for an emergency event. For more specific details, refer to the ordinance by clicking on Zoning/Building Permits to the left, scrolling down to "Ordinance 189 Assignment of Building Numbers" and clicking on it. A copy of the ordinance can be obtained at the Township Municipal Office. Violating this ordinance may result in the penalties outlined in the ordinance. Signs that meet the ordinance can be purchased from local fire companies, or visit your local hardware store.
PROPOSED AMENDED & RESTATED ZONING ORDINANCE
View the proposed Amended and Restated Zoning Ordinance by clicking on "Zoning/Building Permits". Toward the bottom of the page you can access the ordinance by clicking on "2014 Amended and Restated East Earl Township Zoning Ordinance". You can also access the "Comparison Ordinance 9/22/2014" which shows the changes made to the current ordinance.
East Earl Township
East Earl Township is a Township of the Second Class that was incorporated in 1851. It is governed by a three-member Board of Supervisors elected for staggered six-year terms. The Supervisors have the power to establish policies and regulations in order to maintain the health, safety and welfare of the residents. The Board of Supervisors appoints members to the various advisory and authority boards.
The East Earl Township Municipal Office is located on Route 322 – Division Highway. It is .7 of a mile east of the PA Route 23 and US Route 322 intersection in Blue Ball, PA.
2014 Water & Sewer Rates
Water and sewer rates for all customers of the Blue Ball Water and East Earl Sewer Authorities will increase according to the rate schedule below. This rate increase is effective Jan. 1, 2014 and will be reflected on your April 1, 2014 bill.
The sewer rate increase is necessary to fund the Authority’s projected $5 million share of the Earl Township mandated wastewater treatment plant’s upgrade, as part of the Chesapeake Bay cleanup program.
Municipal building office hours
ANY CHANGES IN OFFICE HOURS WILL BE POSTED AT THE MUNICIPAL OFFICE BUILDING.