The Request Department is where the residents can inquire about township services and report issues to health, animals, trash, signs, sewers, graffiti, fire hazards, abandoned vehicles and license/permit/zoning violations
Frequently Asked Questions
Find answers to Frequently Asked Questions from multiple departmerts that we routinely receive from Township residents.
Right To Know
The Right To Know law is designed to guarantee that the public has access to public records of governmental agencies in Pennsylvania.Learn more about how you can request information, what is exempted information as well as the other processes and procedures of the program.
The intent of the Township zoning code is to provide a variety of land uses in a manner which is compatible with surrounding uses and at a density deemed appropriate for the specific area concerned.
Zoning Hearing Board
The Zoning Hearing Board is an independent, quasi-judicial body which hears challenges and appeals to the Zoning Code, and considers variances from and exceptions to the requirements established and enforced under the Township Department of Licenses and Inspection.
The Township zoning map divides the Township into specific zoning districts each with their own regulations and requirements which are defined in our zoning code.
Upper Darby Township became incorporated as a township on August 31, 1736 from Darby Township. Today, Upper Darby Township is classified as a First Class Township operating under the Pennsylvania Home Rule Charter
The Mayor of Upper Darby Township is Barbarann Keffer