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January 9, 2017 Regular Meeting

February 13, 2017 Regular Meeting

March 13, 2017 Regular Meeting

April 10, 2017 Regular Meeting

May 8, 2017 Regular Meeting

June 12, 2017 Regular Meeting

July 10, 2017 Regular Meeting

August 14, 2017 Regular Meeting

 

2016 Meeting Schedule

January 4, 2016 Reorganization Meeting

January 11, 2016 Regular Meeting

February 8, 2016 Regular Meeting

March 14, 2016 Regular Meeting

April 11, 2016 Regular Meeting

May 9, 2016 Regular Meeting

June 13, 2016 Regular Meeting

July 11, 2016 Regular Meeting

August 8, 2016 Regular Meeting

September 12, 2016 Regular Meeting

October 10, 2016 Regular Meeting

November 14, 2016 Regular Meeting

November 21, 2016 Budget Meeting

December 12, 2016 Regular Meeting

December 29, 2016 Close The Year Meeting

2015 Meeting Schedule

January 5, 2015 Reorganization Meeting

February 9, 2015 Regular Meeting

March 9, 2015 Regular Meeting

March 23, 2015 Special Meeting

April 13, 2015 Regular Meeting

May 11, 2015 Regular Meeting

June 8,2015 Regular Meeting

July 13, 2015 Regular Meeting

August 10, 2015 Regular Meeting

September 14, 2015 Regular Meeting

October 12, 2015 Regular Meeting

November 16, 2015 Budget Meeting

December 14, 2015 Meeting

December 28, 2015, Close The Year Meeting


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There are a number of ordinances for the township which to mention a few that are more common than others: Please take Note:

Building Permits: Permits are needed in order to do work on your home or business. Some projects you need a permit for are: new dwellings, additions, garages, porches, decks, swimming pools, fences, driveways, sheds and demolitions. Some permits can be issued by the township but some are issued by the State building inspector. Please check with the secretary if you have questions.

Burning: Burning of paper is limited to the hours of 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Tuesdays through Saturdays. Use of a burning receptacle, designed to confine waste from blowing away is required or a fire ring. Burning on holidays is prohibited. Due to the recycling program there is no burning of leaves permitted at any time and no garbage. All fires must be extinguished completely by 6:00 p.m. with no smoldering smoke. There is a NO burning ban during the months of June, July and August each year.

Curfew Hours: Township youth under eighteen (18) years of age are prohibited to be on the streets, alleys, parks or public places in Pulaski Township between the hours of 11:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m.

Dogs: It is unlawful for the owner of a dog in Pulaski Township to permit their dog to run at-large within the township except on the property of the owner. All dogs are to have a license and kept under control with a leash. Please clean up any deposits they leave when you walk them.

Recycling: The Township recycles leaves in October, November and December per schedule that was delivered to everyone’s home in the spring. The Township Roadman, Michael Zachodni, does the collection. The leaves are to be left on the ground near the edge of the road. PLEASE don’t put them in bags or mix anything else with the leaves. Branches (blown down from a storm) and twigs will be picked up on Fridays. The township DOES NOT take hedge clippings, grass clippings or trees that you cut down.

Setback lines: Property setback lines in the township are as follows: A minimum of ten feet for front and rear yard setback and a minimum of five feet on side yard setbacks.

Weeds and Grass: Weeds and grass exceeding six inches in height are considered unlawful and detrimental to the health, safety, cleanliness and comfort of residents. When cutting grass please do not blow the cuttings out onto the streets. Cuttings clog up the sewer drains and gratings.

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PULASKI TOWNSHIP ORDINANCES

Zoning Map.pdf

Zoning Ordinance.pdf

000 - Code of Ordinances Table Of Contents
00 - Fee Resolution
01 - Administration & Government
02 - Animals
03 - Bicycles
04 - Buildings
05 - Code Enforcement
06 - Conduct
07 - Fire Prevention & Protection
08 - Floodplains
09 - Grading & Excavating
10 - Health & Safety
11 - Housing
12 - Libraries
13 - Licenses, Permits, & General Business Regulations
14 - Mobile Homes & Mobile Home Parks
15 - Motor Vehicles & Traffic
16 - Parks & Recreation
17 - Planned Residential Development
18 - Sewers & Sewage Disposal
19 - Signs & Billboards
20 - Solid Waste
21 - Streets & Sidewalks
22 - Subdivision & Land Development
23 - Swimming Pools
24 - Taxation, Special
25 - Trees
26 - Water
27 - Zoning
99 - Appendix
A221 - Leaf Recycling
A223 - Fire Agreement
AA223 - Summer Burning
226 - Emergency and Municipal Services Tax
227 - Zoning Final Changes
228 - Stormwater Management Ordinance
229 - Zoning Map
230 - Sex Offender Registration
231 - Local Services Tax Ordinance
232 - Regulating Household Pets
234 - Towing Cars
236 - Repealing amusement devise tax ordinances
237 - Rental Units
238 - REGIONAL BOARD OF APPEALS
239 - Amending Maintenance Code BOCA 2009
240 - REGISTRATION-INSPECTION OF RENTAL UNITS
242 - House Numbers & Street Names
243 - Renaming Streets and Roadways
244 - PSATS Pension Trust
245 - PSATS UC Trust
246 - Adopting Health Insurance Cooperative Trust
247 - Flood Plain Ordinance
248 - MS4 Stormwater Management
249 - Admendment to Ord 110, Per Capita Taxes


PULASKI TOWNSHIP RESOLUTIONS

#328 - STORM WATER MANAGEMENT
#329 - UCC APPEALS BOARD
#329 - A - AMENDMENT
#330 - DELINQUENT TAX COLLECT
#331 - WINTER TRAFFIC SERVICE
#332 - Authorizing Participation in 2005-2006 Winter Commodities with Cranberry Township
#333 - BEAVER COUNTY ALL- HAZA
#334 - FRANCHISING LEGISLATIO
#335 - TAX LEVY FOR 2007
#336 - NIMS National Incident Management Services
#337 - ENACTING REALTY TRANSF
#338 - FEES FOR TAX COLLEC
#339 - OPPOSING COUNTY-WIDE T
#340 - FEES-REGISTRATION RENT
#341 - TAX LEVY FOR 2009
#342 - DESIGNATION OF OPEN-RE
#343 - SNBIS BRIDGE INVENTORY
#344 - DOTGRANTS
#345 - DISSOLVING THE NEW BRI
#346 - Beaver County Earned Income Funding
#347 - OPPOSING FORCED LOCAL
#348 - WINTER TRAFFIC SERVICE
#349 - 2011 Budget
#349 - TAX LEVY FOR 2011
#350 - TAX COLLECTION COMMITTEE VOTING DELEGATES
#351 - Local Government Week
#352 - DEDICATION OF ROADWAY
#353 - REGIONAL UCC BOARD OF APPEALS
#354 - TAX LEVY FOR 2012
#355 - B.C. 2011 HAZARD MITIGATION PLAN
#356 - Prevailing Wage Reform
#357 - NON-POLICE PENSION PLAN
#358 - AGREEMENT WITH BERKHEIMER AS TAX COLLECTOR
#359 - CONFIDENTIALTY (BERKHEIMER)
#360 - DELINQUENT COST RESOLUTION (BERKHEIMER)
#362 - Public records request and fees
#363 - TAX LEVY FOR 2013
#364 - RENTAL FEES AND INSPECTION FEES
#365 - INTERNATIONAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE CODE
#366 - Scheduling of Residential Inspections
#367 - Free Taxpayers from Prevailing Wage Act of 1961
#368 - Emergency Management Letter
#369 - Fees for NSF Checks
#370 - Second Class Township
#371 - BC Tax Collection Voting Delegates
#372 - New Brighton Code Services
#373 - Traffic Signs Management Plan
#374 - Supplemental Appropriations for the 2014 Budget
#375 - Health Insurance Trust
#376 - Pension Trust
#377 - TAX LEVY FOR 2015
#378 - Appointment of a Deputy Tax Collector
#379 - Winter Traffic Services Agreement
#380 - Second Class Township 2016 Tax Levy
#381 - Disposition of Records
#382 - Implementing National Incident Mgmt System
#383 - Beaver County Hazard Mitigation Plan
#384 - Disposition Resolution For Destruction Of Records
#385 - Fees And Charges For The Planning Commission
#386 - Fees And Charges For Certain Planning Matters
#387 - 2017 Tax Levy
#388 - Appointing Administrator For Non-Police Pension
#389 - Pension Plan Professional Services
#390 - Berkheimer as Per Capita Tax Collector
#391 - Sharing Confidential Tax Info For Offical Purposes
#392 - Impose & Retain Costs of Collection on Delinquent
#393 - Appoint Tax Hearing Officer
#394 - Emergency Management
#395 - Local Government Week

 


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