The Finance Department bills for and collects the sewer and trash/recycling fees. Other responsibilities include budgeting, financial reporting, accounting and audits.


Township real estate tax bills are mailed to property owners in February. Keystone Collections Group collects the Township's real estate, earned income and local services taxes. Chester County collects the Township real estate transfer tax.

Other tax bills, such as county or school district real estate taxes are levied by organizations other than West Whiteland Township. 

More information about taxes

Sewer, Trash & Recycling Billing

We introduced new options this year to make it easier to pay your annual bill for sewer service and/or trash and recycling collection. You can now pay your sewer bill online with no additional fees or opt into an installment plan of three separate payments. You may also sign up for recurring payment via ACH. These options are described in more detail in the letter that was sent with your annual bill.

More information about sewer and recycling billing

West Whiteland Township received a "Aaa (Stable Outlook)" bond rating, which is Moody's highest rating.

In determining its rationale for the rating upgrade, Moody’s pointed to West Whiteland’s strong and growing tax base, healthy reserves, sound financial policies and strong management. Conservative budgeting, low debt levels, long-term planning and a commitment to maintaining strong reserves all contributed to Moody’s confidence in West Whiteland’s ability to sustain a strong financial position.