Our Code Enforcement Officer is designated by Borough Council to enforce the ordinances of
Our ordinances are available for review in our Borough office. Some most common ordinances are available on this site.
Curwensville Borough utilizes Pennsafe Building Inspection Services LLC of Dubois, PA for building inspections and commercial properties.
Ordinance 488 has been presented to supersede the current Chapter 101 Vehicles Abandoned of the Curwensville Borough Code. This ordinance updates the towing and storage fees process by stating that all fees related to the removal, storage, and disposal of abandoned and inoperable vehicles are the responsibility of the vehicles owner.
Ordinance 487 Rental Property Administration
Curwensville Borough Council adopted Ordinance 487 on October 14, 2019. Property owners will be required to register their rental units with the borough and be available for inspections when requested. An inspection checklist will be provided to all property owners.
Code enforcement will not be interfering in tenant landlord disputes and will not be handling complaints not related to Curwensville Borough Code.
In October of 2018 Curwensville Borough Council passed Ordinance 483 adopting the International Property Maintenance Code 2009 Edition.
The International Property Maintenance Code (IPMC) is a model code that regulates the minimum maintenance requirements for existing buildings.
The IPMC is a maintenance document intended to establish minimum maintenance standards for basic equipment, light, ventilation, heating, sanitation and fire safety. Responsibility is fixed among owners, operators and occupants for code compliance. The IPMC provides for the regulation and safe use of existing structures in the interest of the social and economic welfare of the community.
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