There are two simple ways to report your concern:
After a concern is reported, township staff will investigate and take appropriate measures. Thank you.
Yes, as long as you are a resident OR know a resident that is willing to sign the paperwork on your behalf. The lodge is available from the first weekend in May to the first weekend in October. The paperwork you need to hand in can read here.
Reservations open March 1st of each year and are accepted on a first come, first serve basis. Weddings are the only exception to this rule. If you have questions about date availability, please don't hesitate to call us at 570-646-1212 ext. 0.
For an overall view of all of the upcoming meetings, check out our calendar.
If you prefer to search for a specific board or commission, check out "Boards and Commissions" under our "Departments" tab.
1. You can read the form online here. If you would prefer a hard copy, please feel free to stop by our Government Center or give us a call at 570-646-1212 and we can email you.
2. You need a permit because the majority of emergency alarms our emergency personnel respond to are false. Charging a nominal fee for the permit helps mitigate an unnecessary waste of public revenue. This is a one-time fee per owner: you are not charged annually.
3. For further information, please refer to our Municipal Code, Section 49.
1. State Roads in the township include SR 940, SR 115, SR 423, SR 314, Locust Ridge Rd., Long Pond Rd., and Sullivan Trail. If maintenance is required on one of these roads, contact PennDOT at 570-424-3024.
2.If your road is on this list, it is a public road owned by Tobyhanna Township. Contact the township at 570-646-1212.
3.If your road does not appear on the list on point 2, it is a private road. Contact your homeowner association for any maintenance concerns.
Tobyhanna Township does not require plots to be surveyed before sale. If you call us, we can check our records to see if we have a survey of your residence. If we don’t, we do have a program that can show us the plot plan of your property, though they are not exact.
Tobyhanna Township was surveyed in the 1950’s, and the surveyors used wooden or rebar stakes to mark property lines. If you can find these stakes, you’ve found the corners of your property.
If none of the above options are viable, contacting a surveyor is another option, but it will be at your expense. Tobyhanna Township is not responsible for any costs associated with contacting a surveyor.