Board of Supervisors

Regular Meetings

  • 7:00 pm
  • 3rd Tuesday of every month

2021 Regular Meeting Dates

Workshop Meetings

  • 6:00 to 8:00 PM
  • 1st Tuesday of every month

2021 Workshop Meeting Dates

  • January 19th
  • February 16th
  • March 16th
  • April 20th
  • May 18th
  • June 15th
  • July 20th
  • August 17th
  • September 21st
  • October 19th
  • November 16th
  • December 21st
  • February 2nd
  • March 2nd
  • April 6th
  • May 4th
  • June 1st
  • July 6th
  • August 3rd
  • September 7th
  • October 5th
  • November 2nd
  • December 7th

Board Meeting Videos

To view board meeting videos, access the West Goshen Township YouTube Channel.

Submitting Topics

If you have a topic you would like addressed at a Board of Supervisors meeting, you may do so during the public comment portion of a Supervisors' meeting, or email the Township.

A petition application to the Board of Supervisors can also be submitted if the applicant wishes to address one of the following: Conditional Use, Petition to Amend Zoning Ordinance, Curative Amendment, or Map Change.

Agendas & Minutes

Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.

Monthly Treasurer's Report

The monthly Treasurer's Report provides a comprehensive and ongoing look into the township's regular financial transactions.

View the Treasurer's Reports on the financial reports page

  1. Shaun Walsh

    Township Supervisor / Chair
    (term expires 12/31/23)

  1. Ashley Gagné

    Township Supervisor / Vice-Chair
    (term expires 12/31/25)

  1. John Hellman

    Township Supervisor
    (term expires 12/31/21)

  1. Hugh J. Purnell, Jr.

    Township Supervisor
    (term expires 12/31/21)

  1. Robin Stuntebeck

    Township Supervisor / Chair
    (term expires 12/31/23)

Overview

West Goshen Township is a Second Class Township. It is governed by 5 Supervisors, elected at large for staggered 6 year terms. The Board derives their duties and responsibilities from the Pennsylvania Second Class Township Code and the Pennsylvania Municipalities Code. These responsibilities include:

  • Construction and maintenance of roads and bridges
  • Zoning and subdivision of land
  • Regulation of building and construction
  • Highway lighting, signing, and signalization
  • Designating funds for fire and emergency services
  • Parks and recreation programs
  • Maintenance of sewer systems
  • Regulations to promote the welfare of the community

The Board establishes Township policy, adopts legislation, and grants final approval of the many functions of Township government at public meetings.