Lighting ordinances for Birmingham Township, Pennsylvania. One zoning ordinance, one subdivision and land development ordinance.
A lighting ordinance can ensure safe, aesthetically pleasing, and energy-efficient outdoor lighting that preserves views of the night sky and minimizes harm to species disturbed by artificial lighting. (Print version of CT guide)
Lighting ordinances for London Grove Township, Pennsylvania.
The MLO must be adapted to the laws and practices of each state and locale. It is generally best adopted as an overlay zoning ordinance. This means that it overlays, but is different from, land-use zoning. It can be added to or integrated into existing ordinances or codes and cross-referenced to other applicable codes and ordinances such as the electrical code, the sign code, planning ordinances, etc.
These model ordinances provide examples for municipal governments to use as tools to incorporate sustainable land-use practices into their regulations.
Lighting ordinances for North Coventry Township.
Lighting ordinance for Penn Township.
The Pennsylvania Outdoor Lighting Council has published three lighting ordinance models: a zoning ordinance, a subdivision and land development ordinance, and a stand-alone lighting ordinance is another option.
Lighting ordinances for Schuylkill Township.
Lighting ordinance for Wallace Township.
Lighting ordinance for Warwick Township.
Lighting ordinance for Westtown Township, Pennsylvania.
Lighting ordinance for West Whiteland Township, Pennsylvania.