Emergency Preparedness

It is our commitment to help residents in West Whiteland Township to be prepared for any emergency situation that may impact our region.

Emergency Notifications

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Emergency Preparation Tips

readygov logo Opens in new windowReady.gov teaches how to plan ahead for disasters, in order to be "prepared, not scared." With tips to plan for natural disasters such as flooding and earthquakes and severe conditions such as winter weather and thunderstorms and lightning, Ready.gov also provides helpful toolkits:

Power Outages

If you lose power at your home or business, do not call 9-1-1. Visit the PECO website or call PECO at 800-841-4141.

If you smell natural gas or see downed power lines, LEAVE THE AREA IMMEDIATELY and call PECO at (for any emergency) 1-800-841-4141 or (for gas only) 1-844-841-4151. Representatives are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.


National Weather Service (NWS) tracks weather alerts and predictions across the country.

Nation Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) National Weather Service is building a Weather-Ready Nation by providing better information for better decisions to save lives and livelihoods.


To report a problem on a state road, contact PennDOT at 484-340-3201 or visit the PennDOT’s website.

For information on bus and train schedules and delays, visit Southeastern PA Transportation Authority (SEPTA).

Fire Company

The West Whiteland Fire Company is a 100% volunteer fire company located in Exton, Pennsylvania that provides fire protection and related services, community education, and fire prevention measures to the residents, businesses, schools, and commuters in West Whiteland Township. 


West Chester Area School District (WCASD) and Collegium Charter School websites will give updates related to their respective schools.

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