Plumbing Registration

Susquehanna Township requires plumbers to be registered with the Township. 

State law also requires plumbers to provide proof of current Worker Compensation Insurance.  You can either have your insurance company provide the Township with a certificate of insurance or provide a current exemption certificate (available from this office) for our records.

To download an application, please click on the link to the correct registration form below.

Applications should be sent to the address below.  New registrants should provide a copy of your test results, a copy of your driver's license, and the registration fee.

Susquehanna Township
Building and Codes
1900 Linglestown Road
Harrisburg, PA 17110
Additional Notes
As of October 1st of 2018, the Township is enforcing the 2015 I-Codes, except for the accessibility standards, which are contained in Chapter 11 and Appendix E of the 2015 International Building Code and the accessibility provisions of the 2015 International Existing Building Code. The 2018 IBC regulations for accessibility are expected to become effective December 31, 2018. The requirement for plumbing permits is based upon Act 45 and the UCC Administrative and Enforcement Regulations as promulgated by the Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry, and any subsequent acts of the Pennsylvania General Assembly.  The current versions of Act 45 and the regulations are contained on the L & I Website at It is suggested that you review them on a regular basis for updates as to the final status of code adoption.   
Please take note of the current procedures for plumbing permits.  Plumbing schematics shall be submitted along with any building permit application and plans (when plumbing is involved).  You should also make an application for the plumbing permit at that time.  Residential reviews and inspections are being performed by this office.  Commercial plan review and inspections are being performed by Middle Department Inspection Agency.  Where permits are required, please note the permits must be obtained PRIOR TO commencing the work. A minimum of 48-hour notice is required to schedule inspections. Violations of the Plumbing Code are “punishable by a fine not exceeding $1,000.00 and costs of prosecution.  Each day that a violation continues after due notice has been served shall be deemed a separate offense.”