Right to Know Law

An act providing for access to public information, for a designated open-records officer in each Commonwealth agency, local agency, judicial agency and legislative agency, for procedure, for appeal of agency determination, for judicial review and for the Office of Open Records; imposing penalties; providing for reporting by State-related institutions; requiring the posting of certain State contract information on the Internet; and making related repeals.

The Right-To-Know Officer is Louis F. Smith, Township Manager.

Click here for a Request for Records Form that you can complete on your computer
and print for submission to the Township.

*Building Permit reports are available on our website. You can view building permit reports by clicking here.

The Township adopted a policy for compliance with the Right to Know Law – Resolution 09-28A

For more information about Act 3 of 2008 please visit: Right to Know Law

Did you know?

The SunShine Act – Be aware that the Office of Open Records has no jurisdiction over the Sunshine Act or violations of the Sunshine Act.  A copy of the Act is provided on the PA Office of Open Records, Right To Know Law website page as a courtesy because it is a complementary law to the Right to Know Law.  They work together to provide for the transparency of Government.