|Contractor Registration Fee: $140.00
Each calendar year all contractors working on new construction or commercial properties must register with Warrington Township. December 31st of the calendar year is the expiration date for all registered contractors. To register, submit a contractors registration application, fee of $140 and the certificate of liability with Warrington Township listed as the certificate holder.Electronic forms can be emailed to the permit administrator and a credit card payment (Master Card, Visa or Discover) may be taken over the phone at 215-997-7501.
|Inspections: Warrington Township does not perform same day inspections. Please call ahead 2-3 days in advance at 215-997-7501.|
Building And Zoning Application
Demolition Asbestos Notification Requirements
(HVAC) Heating Ventilation & Air Conditioning
Increase of Natural Gas Load
Plumbing & Drainage
Road Opening – Township Roads
Sprinkler Permit Application
Additions/ New Construction Check List
Building Permits and Minor Land Development Agreement
Climatic & Geographic Design Criteria
Deck Permit Procedures
Deck Drawing - Example
Electrical Agencies Third Party
Guidelines for Consumer Protection Act 132
Pool Permit Information Packet
Registered Contractors – 2018
Residential Sprinkler System Acceptance Test Form
Solar Panel Installation Regulations
Sprinkler Agencies (Third Party)
Tank Removal - DEP Heating Oil Packet
Lawn Irrigation Systems:
- Permits are required
- Submit (2) copies of a site plan indicating the location of all sprinkler heads on the layout
- Submit (2) copies of the specifications and model number of a approved back flow device. (this is to protect the municipal water system from contamination).
- Equipment must not be installed in any easement and behind the right-of-way (ROW) line of street frontage. (See Zoning Department for this requirement as all streets have different set backs).
- Final inspection is required with the location of all heads at street set backs and easements, marked for inspection.
Lead Safety – Information from the Environmental Protection Act (EPA)