The Board of Supervisors last night voted to authorize Phillips and Donovan Architects to proceed with the design of the Community Center at the location of the current Township dog park in Centre Square Park. Read on...
The Board of Supervisors is continuing its program to appoint high school students as non-voting members on various boards and commissions.
Opportunities are available with the Board of Supervisors, Park & Open Space Board, and Shade Tree Commission. Read on...
Growing in popularity to help reduce food waste as well as reduce the use of plastic and styrofoam containers is bringing your own containers for leftovers. A Whitpain resident recently wrote to the EAC saying: Read on...
The Wissahickon Valley Historical Society is working to save the historic Ambler train freight house. As part of the effort, some Ambler bars are selling a special beer called Freight House Red and Freight House Red beer glasses. Read on...
LED is a highly energy-efficient lighting technology, using at least 75% less energy and lasting up to 25 times longer than incandescent lighting, according to the US Department of Energy. Read on...
The mission of Whitpain Township Government is to efficiently, responsibly, and creatively provide the essential services that build value, enhance quality of life, and protect the health, safety, and rights for all who live in, work in, and enjoy Whitpain.
Whitpain Township is a community that embraces the future while cherishing our heritage. We will continue to be recognized for our diversity, responsibility, and leadership in resource conservation. We shall never waver in our collective commitment to ensuring public safety and enhancing the quality of life of all of our fellow citizens.
Whitpain Township Government seeks excellence in accomplishing every facet of our mission. In pursuit of excellence, we value most of all:
Integrity: We follow moral and ethical principles as we conduct our work. We are consistent in our deeds, methods, and expectations.
Stewardship: We value our natural, financial, and human resources and are diligent in protecting, preserving, and enhancing Whitpain Township.
Responsiveness: We respond quickly but thoughtfully to individuals, situations, and events.
Respect: We treat everyone with respect. Our actions and words will demonstrate consideration and appreciation of others.
Partnership: We establish transparent, long-term relationships that are based on clarity, trust, shared goals, and open communication with organizations that are committed to improving Whitpain Township.
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Blue Bell, PA 19422