Uniform Construction Code Board of Appeals

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Delaware County has established a Countywide Board of Appeals for the Uniform Construction Code in 2004. This Code is Part of Act 45, which was passed in 1999. As set forth within Act 45, every municipality that adopts the Uniform Construction Code must have an Appeals Board to handle appeals to the Code. We understand some municipalities might not able to fulfill the requirements of such Board, so they may opt in with the Countywide Board of Appeals.

Below are documents available to assist applicants considering an appeal:

County Ordinance No. 2004-3

Instruction Sheet for Application of Appeal

Application of Appeal

Board Meeting Dates

Board Members List

Municipalities Member Listing

If you have any questions regarding this Board, please contact Patty Gabriele at 610-891-5425.


                                             2021 Meeting Dates and Agenda

January 13 - No meeting/hearing                                          July 14 - No meeting/hearing

February 10 - Reorganization Meeting                                 August 11 - O’Neil vs. Upper Providence Twp
                        Melmark School vs. Newtown Twp

March 10 - No meeting/hearing                                             September 8 - No meeting/hearing

April 14 - No meeting/hearing                                                October 13 - No meeting/hearing

May 12 - No meeting/hearing                                                 November 10 - Deangelis vs.
                                                                                                                    Newtown Townnship (Agenda)

June 9 - No meeting/hearing                                                 December 8

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           Monday - Friday
  •   610-891-4000
  • webmaster@co.delaware.pa.us

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