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You receive a combined bill for sewer usage and trash/recycling. For residential customers in 2018, if you have both sewer and trash/recycling, your bill should be $334. If you just use the sewer, your bill should be $285. If you just have trash/recycling, your bill should be $49. If you think there is an error in your bill, please email email@example.com or call us at 484-875-6025.
No, this is not a tax. It is a service provided. Please pay the bill directly via the methods noted on the bill and noted here in the FAQ.
Make checks payable to West Whiteland Township. Mail to P.O. Box 8379, Lancaster, PA 17604. Detach and include the bottom portion of the bill and include your account number on your check.
Yes. Click Pay Online on our homepage, or click here. You will need the account and PIN numbers on your bill. If you lose the bill, you can contact the Township to retrieve your PIN. You will be able to make a payment with NO FEES via credit card or Automated Clearing House (ACH). You can also view and/or print your bill or current balance at any time.
If you are a non-residential customer and have a consolidated bill for multiple accounts, you cannot pay online via this site. You can set-up recurring ACH or pay in person by credit card.
We would prefer that you pay online so that credit card information is entered securely. We can also take credit cards in person at the Finance window in the Township building. It is helpful if you have your payment coupon but not required.
Yes. For your convenience, there is a drop box in front of our building at 101 Commerce Drive, Exton, PA 19341. Pull up to the circle (between the orange balls) and you will see a grey box that says “DROP BOX. TOWNSHIP PAYMENTS ONLY” with a slit above the text. Please put the payment stub and check with account number in an envelope. A stamp is not required and you don’t even have to park.
For residential properties, you have the option to pay the bill in full in one payment or to make up to three installment payments. The first payment is due on 7/13/2018. The amounts and due dates are below.
You can follow the instructions in this FAQ for sending a check but put your service address on the check. You can also view your bill or current balance and pay online with no fees but will have to contact the Finance Department (484-875-6025) to get your account number and PIN.
Non-Residential customers should call the office at 484-875-6025.