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  • Springfield Township | springfieldmontco.org
    Services Environmental Library Municipal Campus Open Space Parks and Recreation Planning Commission Police Civil Service Shade Tree Website Zoning Hearing Board Calendar News More Documents FAQs Links PennDOT to Rehabilitate Oreland Mill Road Bridge Oreland Mill Road to close for Bridge Repairs Wednesday February 24 2016 Construction is scheduled to begin Monday March 7 to rehabilitate the township owned Oreland Mill Road bridge over Sunnybrook Creek in Springfield Township Montgomery County Oreland Mill Road will be closed and detoured between Plymouth Avenue and Meadow Lane from Monday March 7 through June 2016 while crews replace the deteriorated bridge deck and beams During construction Oreland Mill Road through traffic will be detoured over Lorraine Avenue and Route 73 Church Road The single span prestressed adjacent box beam bridge was built in 1959 It is 28 feet long and 21 feet wide It carries 421 vehicles a day The bridge is posted with a 18 ton weight limit The improvement of the Oreland Mill Road bridge is part of a 2 4 million project to rehabilitate five structurally deficient bridges in Montgomery County This local bridge improvement project was enabled through Act 89 legislation Pennsylvania s transportation plan and is being financed

    Original URL path: http://www.springfieldmontco.org/news/2016-2-24/road-construction-impact (2016-04-30)
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  • Springfield Township | springfieldmontco.org
    on the FIRMs is the result of studies that are performed by engineering companies other Federal agencies or communities which are reviewed for compliance with FEMA guidelines and approved by FEMA The information found on FIRMs determines whether a property requires flood insurance and the degree to which it is at risk of flooding New Flood Insurance Rate Maps FIRMs Effective March 2 2016 FEMA issued updated digital flood hazard maps that show the extent to which areas throughout Montgomery County are at risk for flooding These maps mark the first update to the Flood Insurance Rate Maps since 1977 and represent a comprehensive re examination of Montgomery County flood zones The update is also part of a larger effort to modernize the nation s aging flood maps to reflect the most current flood risks The new maps are the result of an extensive multi year study of Montgomery County s floodplains completed by Temple University and AMEC Engineering incorporating state of the art technology and risk modeling techniques Locate the flood map for your property here Floodplain Determination Appeals If your property is located in a high risk flood zone that requires flood insurance or if the new FIRMs will change your flood hazard risk zone and you have evidence to dispute the determination you may request a Letter of Map Change LOMC or Amendment LOMA from FEMA In order to obtain a LOMA the requester must complete the LOMA application Please note that in order for a LOMA to be issued removing a structure from the special flood hazard area Federal regulations require the lowest adjacent grade to be at or above the base floodplain elevation There is no fee for FEMA s review of a LOMA request but the requester must provide all of the information required

    Original URL path: http://www.springfieldmontco.org/development-flood-insurance (2016-04-30)
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  • Springfield Township | springfieldmontco.org
    Peter D Wilson Michael E Maxwell Eddie T Graham Esq Appointed Officials Ward Map Polling Locations Boards Black Horse Inn Emergency Services Environmental Library Municipal Campus Open Space Parks and Recreation Planning Commission Police Civil Service Shade Tree Website Zoning Hearing Board Calendar News More Documents FAQs Links Search Results Sorry you have provided an invalid search parameter This may be caused by one of the following An empty request

    Original URL path: http://www.springfieldmontco.org/search-results (2016-04-30)
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  • Springfield Township | springfieldmontco.org
    More Documents FAQs Links Business and Mercantile Taxes Springfield Township collects the following taxes on businesses located or conducting business within the Township Mercantile Tax The mercantile tax is imposed on gross sales receipts at the rate of 1 1 2 mills for all retail sales and 1 mill for wholesale sales The tax is imposed on the sale of goods wares or merchandise within the Township Food and drink establishments are also required to pay the mercantile tax Business Privilege Tax The Business Privilege Tax of 2 mills is imposed on gross receipts This includes the gross amount of cash credits or property attributable to carrying on business in the Township by maintaining an office and or rendering a professional or commercial service or transaction This includes but is not limited to all commission fees rents received or any compensation received for the performance of any service which in whole or in part is performed within the Township The maintenance of a place of business in the Township is considered a privilege and the gross receipts shall include income derived from services performed outside the Township limits A Business License is required for both taxes An annual tax return must be submitted to the Business Tax Collector by April 15th of each year A penalty is imposed for late filing No extensions are granted for the local tax regardless of whether the taxpayer has filed a Federal extension Please be advised that it is the taxpayer s responsibility to properly report and file all returns Failure to receive a license application does not excuse the business owner from the obligation to file a timely and correct return Please contact the Township s designated tax collector Tr State Financial Group for more information about the filing requirements Budget and Finance

    Original URL path: http://www.springfieldmontco.org/budget-finance-bp-tax (2016-04-30)
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  • Springfield Township | springfieldmontco.org
    A sole exception is permitted in the case of Springfield residents who work in the City of Philadelphia where the city wage tax is withheld at their place of employment and remitted directly to the Philadelphia Department of Revenue In most instances the EIT is withheld by employers as a payroll deduction and remitted to the township s designated tax collector on a quarterly basis If your employer does not withhold the tax or if you are self employed you are required to file a quarterly tax payment with the tax collector directly All township residents whether they are employed unemployed retired or otherwise must file an annual tax return with the tax collector by April 15 of every year Berkheimer Tax Administrator is the authorized tax collection agency for the Springfield Township Earned Income Tax Forms for all tax years are available on line by clicking here Questions about the Earned Income Tax should be directed to Berkheimer Tax Administrator 610 599 3139 Special Notice regarding 2012 Tax Returns If a taxpayer previously filed a Berkheimer tax return in paper form a paper tax return will be sent via the United States Postal Service If the prior year tax return was filed by an accountant or if the taxpayer did not use a Berkheimer tax return a post card will be sent reminding the taxpayer to submit their current year return to Berkheimer If the prior year tax return was filed on line an e mail reminder will be sent to the e mail address provided by the taxpayer As of January 30 2013 tax return forms are available on line to download or fill out and print Taxpayers may also contact Berkheimer at 610 599 5139 to request a paper copy Please be advised that it is the

    Original URL path: http://www.springfieldmontco.org/budget-finance-eit (2016-04-30)
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  • Springfield Township | springfieldmontco.org
    be found in the ICC series View the Township Code on line at General Code Website International Building Code 2009 International Residential Code 2009 International Fire Code 2009 International Plumbing Code 2009 International Fuel Gas Code 2009 International Energy Conservation Code 2009 International Mechanical Code 2009 International Code Council Electrical Code 2009 International Existing Building Code 2009 International Urban Wildland Interface Code 2009 If you are planning on performing any new construction activities you are encouraged to make an appointment with the Building Inspector prior to engaging an architect or contractor so that you may have a complete understanding of township requirements BUILDING PERMIT APPLICATION PROCESS Listed below are general steps required to obtain a building permit from the Code Enforcement Department of Springfield Township Depending on the scope of the project additional information or procedures might be required Obtain and complete a Building Permit Application from the Code Enforcement Department located in the Township Administration Building The Workers Compensation portion of the form must be completed If the homeowner is performing the work the homeowner must sign the application If a contractor is performing the work a Workers Compensation Insurance Certificate listing Springfield Township as the certificate holder must be submitted Include three 3 copies of plans and specifications with enough detail that the plan reviewer can easily interpret the plans The plans should be drawn to scale and labeled with all necessary dimensions Depending on the scope of the project the plans may be required to be signed and sealed by an architect or engineer Include a site plan showing the property that the proposed construction is to be performed The plan must be to scale and include dimensions showing the location distance of existing structures and proposed construction from the property lines Submit all the stated information

    Original URL path: http://www.springfieldmontco.org/development-building (2016-04-30)
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  • Springfield Township | springfieldmontco.org
    Schedule Open File 14 90 kB Description The 2013 Fee Schedule includes a comprehensive list of permit fees for building and plumbing permits zoning petitions and other miscellaneous fees charged by the Community Development Department Building Permit Application Open File 345 55 kB Description Building Permit Application for all new construction alterations and additions including decks garages storage sheds and the demolition of existing structures Plumbing Permit Application Open File 30 49 kB Description This permit form must be completed and submitted by a licensed Master or Journeyman Plumber registered with Springfield Township Permit fees are included on the application form Portable Storage Unit Permit Open File 29 28 kB Description A permit is required to place a portable storage unit on your property Often called PODS these structures are permitted for no longer than 60 days and must be located on a paved off street surface at the furthest location from the street Pool Pumping Permit Open File 29 26 kB Description A pool pumping permit must be obtained in order to pump water from a swimming pool Pool water may not be discharged over land or to a storm sewer Please allow 48 hours for BCWSA to identify the proper discharge location Repairable Vehicle Permit Open File 20 27 kB Description Unless a vehicle is stored completely within a garage owners of vehicles without valid state inspection and registration decals must obtain a Repairable Vehicle Permit from the Township If a permit is approved the owner of the vehicle is permitted 30 days to make any necessary repairs and bring the vehicle into compliance with local and state regulations Statement of Certification for Real Estate Transfers Open File 26 78 kB Description The Statement of Certification form must be completed for all Real Estate transactions occurring in Springfield

    Original URL path: http://www.springfieldmontco.org/development-planning (2016-04-30)
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  • Springfield Township | springfieldmontco.org
    FAQs Links Property Maintenance The Board of Commissioners of Springfield Township has adopted the 1981 Building Officials and Code Administrators BOCA Property Maintenance Code regulations for all private properties within the Township All property owners are responsible for keeping their properties in workman like condition Grass must be maintained at a height not to exceed twelve inches 12 in height and all yards must be free of accumulated debris Budget

    Original URL path: http://www.springfieldmontco.org/development-property-main (2016-04-30)
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