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 West Whiteland Upgraded to Aaa Bond Rating

Moody's Investors Service upgraded West Whiteland's bond rating to Aaa (Stable Outlook)!  West Whiteland is now one of only six municipalities in Pennsylvania with the highest possible Moody's bond rating. Moody’s pointed to West Whiteland’s strong and growing tax base, healthy reserves, sound financial policies and strong management as reasons for the upgrade. Read the press release for more details.

 Township Announcements

Vendors Wanted for Holiday Craft Fair
West Whiteland Township's Friends of the Parks is now accepting vendor applications for their Holiday Craft Fair. Register online by September 15.
Red Cross Blood Drive: Remember 9/11
This year marks the 15th anniversary of the attacks on Sept. 11, 2001. The American Red Cross and 9/11 Day have partnered to encourage people across the country to donate blood in order to remember and honor the heroes who rose in service in response to the attacks.

You can pay tribute by donating blood on Monday, September 12 at the West Whiteland Township Municipal Building from 1-6 p.m. Appointments are preferred. To make an appointment, sign up online at and enter sponsor code: West Whiteland. For Donor Eligibility Guidelines, call 1-866-236-3276.
Enroll for Neighborhood University by Sept. 2
Have you ever wanted to know more about local government and what municipal services and resources are available to you? The 2016 Neighborhood University program begins on September 8th and continues for 10 weeks.  Enroll by Friday, September 2nd. Classes are free for any WWT resident or business owner and include topics such as public safety, zoning and land development, transportation and public finance.
Traffic Study for Pottstown Pike

The DVRPC (Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission) awarded West Whiteland Township $25,000 to conduct a Congestion Mitigation Feasibility Study for Pottstown Pike, as part of the 2017 Transportation and Community Development Initiative (TCDI) Grant Program. This study will address access issues to the Exton Train Station and examine the potential for transit-oriented development. 





 Upcoming Events

Start Time
9/1/2016 6:30 PMHistorical Commission Meeting
9/1/2016 7:30 PMZoning Hearing BoardHearing Packet
9/5/2016 8:00 AMBuilding Closed - Labor Day
9/6/2016 7:00 PMPlanning Commission Meeting
9/13/2016 6:30 PMMunicipal Services Commission


 Contact Information

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101 Commerce Drive          8:00 AM - 5:00 PM, Monday thru Friday
Exton, PA 19341

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