Board of Supervisors

Meetings

  • 6:00  to 8:00 PM
  • 1st and 3rd Tuesday of every month
  1. Ashley Gagné

    Township Supervisor / Chair

    (term expires 12/31/25)


  1. Tinamarie Smith

    Township Supervisor / Vice-Chair

    (term expires 12/31/27)


  1. Shaun Walsh

    Township Supervisor

    (term expires 12/31/29)


  1. John Hellmann

    Township Supervisor

    (term expires 12/31/27)


  1. Nate Wolman

    Township Supervisor

    (term expires 12/31/29)


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

Past Presentations 

Browse presentations given to the board of supervisors at past meetings on an array of topics.

*Please note that presentations given to the board, both from internal staff as well as external parties, do not reflect actual policy or official resolutions/ordinances that govern West Goshen.  They are for informational purposes only and reflect content given to the board in specific meetings for a variety reasons. 

View the past presentations archive


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.