Zoning Hearing Board

Regular Meetings

  • 5 p.m.
  • 2nd Monday of each month
  • Municipal Building
    520 Park Drive
    Boiling Springs, PA 17007


Review Zoning Hearing Board Notices.



  • Shelly Capozzi
    Term Expires: December 2018
  • Shelly Capozzi
    Term Expires: December 2018


The Zoning Hearing Board consists of five members appointed by the Board of Supervisors. All members are Township residents and serve a five-year term. The Alternate members term is three years. A Solicitor who provides legal counsel assists the Board. By Pennsylvania Statute, the Zoning Hearing Board chooses the Solicitor, but his compensation is set and paid by the Board of Supervisors. Meetings are held on the second Monday of the month at 5:00 pm, and are held at the Township Building.  Members are paid for each meeting attended.
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The Zoning Hearing Boards purpose is to hear appeals of the Zoning Officers decision by interpreting the ordinance and granting relief from the literal enforcement of that ordinance in certain hardship situations. Also, it decides on applications for variances, home occupations and special exceptions. The Board schedules hearings on applications of requested appeals. It hears the evidence presented and renders decisions that contain findings of fact and conclusion of the law. Legal notices of proposed meetings are listed in the legal section of the local newspaper, and copies are also sent to the applicant.


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