Lehigh Valley Planning Commission
Subdivision + Land Development
Both Lehigh and Northampton Counties have adopted a Subdivision and Land Development Ordinance (SALDO) to regulate subdivision and land development within the municipalities that have not adopted their own subdivision regulations. The LVPC administer the county SALDO on behalf on the counties. Municipalities regulated by the county SALDO are Slatington Borough in Lehigh County and Chapman Borough, West Easton Borough, and Glendon Borough in Northampton County.
As part of this review, the LVPC reviews the proposed stormwater management facilities. The stormwater management requirements of the county SALDO includes, but is not limited to, the requirements of the applicable Act 167 model ordinance. The LVPC provides written comments to the developer and the municipality within a time frame consistent with the established procedures under the Municipalities Planning Code. The LVPC has approval authority for the stormwater management aspects of the subdivision and land development reviews under the county SALDO.
Subdivision and Land Development Applications
The following are the Subdivision and Land Development Ordinance (SALDO) applications that have been created by the Lehigh Valley Planning Commission staff. To get the maximum size the files will open in the full window of your browser. To return to this page you will have to either close the new window that appears or hit the back button, depending on the browser being used.
Lehigh Valley Planning Commission Subdivision & Stormwater Reviews
Lehigh County Subdivision Approvals (Slatington)
Northampton County Subdivision Approvals (Chapman, Glendon, & W. Easton)