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Homes remain the single largest investment families make. Attractive neighborhoods, where streets and sidewalks are maintained, contribute to the preservation and enhancement of property values. Well maintained public use areas prevent accidents and reduce legal liabilities. Additionally, gravel and debris can obstruct sewer lines and damage equipment.
Update to Curb Policy: based on recent Borough Council action, curbs identified for replacement will be replaced and paid for by the Borough ONLY as part of road reconstruction projects.
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When selecting a contractor, it is important to check references. A good question to ask is if the contractor has previously performed work in Lansdale Borough. If so, the work can be examined by the property owner to view the quality of their work.
Property owners may also wish to consult each other. In previous projects, residents have been able to obtain better pricing by hiring a contractor to do all the work on their street.
The Pennsylvania Attorney General’s office publishes a list of PA licensed contractors. Access to the list can be found online at http://hicsearch.attorneygeneral.gov/.
Yes. Permits allow the Borough to keep track of work being completed within the Borough and may be obtained by a property owner or contractor. They also assure that work completed by private contractors is up to Borough standards.
The fee for this permit is $55 and can be found online at www.lansdale.org. Included in the permit fee is the cost of all inspections; the permit process requires the applicant to perform certain safeguard checks such as PA One Call utility marking. This is a free service that locates all underground utilities so contractors will avoid any gas, electric or other utilities being damaged.
Borough Ordinances and Pennsylvania statue (53 P.S. §46801) dictate that property owners are responsible for replacement of all curb and sidewalks abutting property. If curb and sidewalk work for which you are responsible is not completed in a timely manner, the Borough will hire an experienced contractor and have needed repairs completed on your behalf.
If a Borough hired contractor completes your curb and sidewalk work, you will receive an invoice within thirty (30) days of work completion; this invoice may reflect legal fees and prevailing wage rates incurred by the Borough. Payment can be remitted within thirty (30) days of receipt of the invoice. A payment schedule may be available. Please contact our Customer Service Department at 215-368-1691 to inquire. If payment is not received by the Borough, a claim will be filed against you which may result in a lien against your property. (See 53 P.S. §46801)
Each project is different, but the typical scope of work for road projects includes:
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