Are you a business owner within the Exton Crossroads? Join us on Thurs., Feb. 17 from 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. for a brunch and open conversation about doing business in Exton. Gather with other business owners and Township staff to share your suggestions. More information & registration
Snow season is here! Please be aware of Township rules that are enforced to protect the safety of all of our residents and visitors. Specifically, sidewalks should be cleared within 24 hours, and there is no parking on public streets during storms. See more details, including the Snow Ordinance
On Monday, January 6, Judge John Bailey swore in Brian Dunn as the Township’s newest member of the Board of Supervisors. During this annual reorganization meeting, the Board selected Raj Kumbhardare as Chair and Theresa Santalucia as Vice Chair and made Read on...
West Whiteland Township's plans and ordinances direct mixed-use residential and commercial development, along with corresponding transportation improvements, to the commercial corridors around Exton Crossroads, with the long-term goal of making it a more vibrant and walkable area, while keeping our existing neighborhoods the way they are.
Historic resources are an important part of the Township's history and contribute greatly to the community's identity and overall unique character. West Whiteland has a rich history and has served as the crossroads at the heart of Chester County since the Revolutionary War. The Township serves as a regional model in the municipal support of historic preservation and was one of the first municipalities in the county to adopt an ordinance to establish a historical commission. Read More
Transportation Improvement Projects
Since the enactment of the transportation impact fee in 2015, the Township has collected nearly $750,000 to be used for projects to mitigate the impact of new development. At present, the Township is holding those funds in order to accumulate sufficient capital to match funds for future projects. Read More
Room to Breathe
Over 20% of the land in the Township is permanently protected open space. Any time land is subdivided or developed, whether for residential or corporate purposes, the developer is required to set aside a predetermined amount of land for open space and recreation. Township staff works with each developer individually and must approve the open space arrangements or assess an open space fee to secure adequate amounts of recreational areas for our residents.