If you are considering improvements or alterations to your home, property, or business, please contact the Building Inspector/Code Enforcement Officer to discuss your plans to determine if any permits or approvals are required.
Borough regulations place various restrictions on the use of property, and the location of all improvements and additions to property.
Property owners should contact the Code Enforcement/ Zoning Department for more information.
Donora Borough requires Occupancy Permits for single family residences, multi-family residences and commercial businesses. Occupancy Permits are required prior to anyone moving into an apartment, home or business.
Donora Borough requires Zoning Permits when adding an accessory structure to your property (swimming pool, shed, deck, fence, detached garage, etc.) or altering an existing accessory structure. Zoning permits are also required before any building permits are issued by the borough.
Joseph Volpe, BS, FSI-I
Code Enforcement/ Zoning Officer