Trappe Borough

Montgomery County, PA

Rental Property Inspection

Rental Program

Trappe Borough conducts regular inspections of residential rental units. The foremost goal of this program is public safety, helping to ensure that apartments and other rental units are maintained in accordance with current building and property codes. In addition to safeguarding residents living in rental units, the program will help to protect property values throughout the Borough. Rental properties not subject to regular inspections are more likely to deteriorate over time. Neglected properties, in turn, lower the value of neighboring homes.

Prior to the adoption of the program, rental units in the Borough were only inspected when a rental property changed ownership. And because some rental properties can be held by the same corporation or individual for several decades, rental units could go many years without an inspection. Now, rental units will be inspected every time there is a change of tenants, or every three years, whichever occurs first.

Owners of rental properties created after January 1, 2009 will pay a one-time registration fee of $100 per property. To register your property, please use the rental registration form below.

A rental license is also required. The form is attached below. (Rental License Application).  Inspections are scheduled by the Borough. A Rental Inspection Checklist of items that the inspector will be looking at during a residential rental inspection is available below for your reference.

IMPORTANT NOTE: On or before April 1st of each year property owners and/or managers must submit a completed “Annual Tenancy Report” to the Borough for each Residential Rental Property owned. There is no fee due for this. The form is available below and may be faxed, emailed, or sent via US mail.

Rental Inspection Program Forms & Information

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Address & Contact

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Skippack Barracks
2047C Bridge Road
Schwenksville, PA 19473
(610) 584-1250

Community Services Officer:
Trooper Loretta J. Miree
lomiree@pa.gov

Address & Contact

Red Flag Reporting - Not for General Complaints

Historic Trappe

Calendar

Find Us On

Emergency: 911

Skippack Barracks
2047C Bridge Road
Schwenksville, PA 19473
(610) 584-1250

Community Services Officer:
Trooper Loretta J. Miree
lomiree@pa.gov