Subdivision & Land Development Reviews

Submitting Subdivision & Land Development Proposals
The Pennsylvania Municipalities Planning Code (MPC), Act 247, requires all subdivision and land development proposals to be submitted to the county Planning Commission for review prior to municipal action. The county review is advisory only and final approval for any proposal is made by the municipality.

Act 247 Municipal Request for Review
The MPC requires this application accompany each request for review of a subdivision, land development proposal, or ordinance. This application must be submitted by the municipality along with the appropriate plans, accompanying information, and required county fee. Only applications with original municipal signatures will be accepted for review by our commission.

Act 247 Fee Schedule
The fees listed on the Act 247 Fee Schedule will apply to each subdivision or land development submitted to MCPC for review.

Act 247 Review Guidelines
These guidelines provide information regarding review time limits, procedures, and additional fees.

Act 247 Monthly Reports and Annual Summaries
We prepare monthly reports and annual summaries that contain information on projects submitted to the Planning Commission for review as required by the MPC.

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