Tag Archives: Bridgeton Township ordinances

Supervisors Pass Ordinance Regulating Medical Marijuana Facilities

Ordinance 2017-3

The Bridgetown Township Supervisors passed Ordinance 2017-3 at their regular monthly meeting on September 12th. The ordinance regulates where and what type of medical marijuana facility can be located in Bridgeton Township. The ordinance was in response to the passage of the Medical Marijuana Law by the Pennsylvania Legislature in April of this year, legalizing Medical Marijuana and providing for production facilities and dispensaries (https://www.governor.pa.gov/blog-what-you-need-to-know-about-medical-marijuana-in-pennsylvania/).

Proposed Noise Ordinance

Bridgeton Township Draft Noise OrdinanceThe Bridgeton Township Supervisors have released a draft Noise Ordinance Bridgeton Township Draft Noise Ordinance that will be considered at a public hearing at the next Township Supervisors meeting, Thursday Dec. 10, 7:00 pm at the township municipal building, 1370 Bridgeton Hill Rd, Upper Black Eddy, PA 18972. Public comments are welcomed, of course. Voting on the ordinance is scheduled for the January supervisor’s meeting at the earliest.

Supervisors Approve New Ordinances at October Meeting

Pages from ORDINANCESThe Bridgeton Township Supervisors approved two new ordinances at the October 8th Supervisors Meeting.

Ordinance 2015-5  is a Mutual Aid Agreement between Bridgeton, Tinicum and Nockamixon townships for Emergency Management.

Ordinance 2015-5

Ordinance 2015-6 amends Article III, Section 306 “Table of Uses” in the Township’s Zoning Ordinance to remove Townhouse Use in the Village Residential District. It will now be solely permitted in the Village Center (VC) District with approved central water and sewer service.

Ordinance 2015-6

Bridgeton Township Ordinances Now Online!

Bridgeton ToTitle Page from ZONING ORDINANCE BRIDGETON TOWNSHIP BUCKS COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA June 1999wnship ordinances are now available as PDFs for public access on the township website.

Working with FILE-X Document Imaging Services, the old paper copies were scanned with Optical Character Recognition (OCR) software to make the entire text of every page searchable by word. An index was built, equivalent to a Table of Contents, with hyperlinks to allow easy navigation and quick retrieval of specific items. These features are not available for online viewing. The documents need to be downloaded in order to access these features.

Future ordinances will be created electronically, with paper copies as a redundant record.