Important Notices - Information - Proposed Ordinances

Proposed Ordinance No. 180

Kidder Township is re-designating its Fire Commission to an Emergency Services Commission The commission will include the Albrightsville Volunteer Fire Company, the Lake Harmony Volunteer Fire Company, the Lake Harmony Rescue Squad, the Township Emergency Management Coordinator as well as two representative citizens with knowledge of emergency services issues and familiarity with finance or business concepts. This Ordinance was advertised in the Times News on September 5, 2017 and September 11, 2017. The proposed ordinance can be downloaded below or you may stop in the municipal office Monday thru Friday 8:00 am to 4:00 pm to view. The proposed ordinance will be on the agenda for adoption during the September 21, 2017  regularly scheduled monthly Board of Supervisors Meeting at 7:00 pm.




Kidder Township has up updated and adopted their Subdivision and Land Development  and Zoning Ordinances, Ordinance No. 178 and Ordinance No. 179. They are currently in the process of being codified and are not available on the e-codes system at this time. Please contact our office with any questions you may have on the updated information.   Also a new Zoning Map is available below to download and view.



The Kidder Township Stormwater Concept Plan 

identifies existing stormwater problems that are currently affecting the existing roads, culverts, bridges and stormwater conveyance systems as well as identifying areas where erosion and sediment enter the various lakes and streams throughout the Township. This is a summary and provides recommendations for the rehabilitation, replacement or reconstruction of bridges, culverts, swales, storm sewers and roads. The plan is available for anyone to view at the municipal office.


Ordinance No. 172 Address Numbering

explains the guidelines for the 911 address signs. Download below.

Order Forms

for 911 addressing signs are available to download below and print for residents to purchase from the local volunteer fire departments.