Is West Goshen responsible for maintaining all the roads in the Township?

West Goshen Township is responsible for maintaining all municipally owned public roadways. The Township is not responsible for maintenance to state or private roads. Please contact Chester County Maintenance by calling 484-340-3200 for any concerns, safety issues and pothole related complaints. We have provided a list of state roads and privately owned roads in West Goshen Township to assist in differentiating.

State Roads

  • Boot Road
  • E Marshall Street
  • Fern Hill Road
  • Garfield Avenue (Lincoln Avenue to Paoli Pike)
  • Goshen Road (East of North Hills)
  • Greenhill Road
  • Lincoln Avenue (Garfield Avenue to Montgomery Avenue)
  • Montgomery Avenue
  • Paoli Pike
  • Phoenixville Pike (Route 29)
  • Pottstown Pike (Route 100)
  • Route 202
  • Route 322 Bypass
  • S Five Points Road (from Westtown Road to Little Shiloh Road)
  • S High Street
  • Strasburg Road
  • Westtown Road
  • West Chester Pike (Route 3)

Private Roads

  • Furr Avenue
  • Gated Road (off Taylor’s Mill Road)
  • Hicks Road
  • Kimes Lane (off Lincoln Avenue by Schramm’s)
  • Llewlyn Circle (off Lincoln Avenue)
  • Oak Circle (off Lincoln Avenue)
  • Peaceful Lane
  • Pine Circle (off Lincoln Avenue)
  • Prospect Avenue
  • S Walnut Street
  • Thomas Avenue
  • Turner Avenue
  • Turner Lane (south from Paoli Pike to West Chester Pike)
  • Woodcrest Circle (off Lincoln Avenue)
  • Wrights Lane

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1. When will my street be plowed?
2. How long does a developer have to remove snow or ice on an undedicated street?
3. When can potholes be repaired?
4. When will the Township resurface streets?
5. Who is responsible to take a tree down that is in the Township right-of-way?
6. Can the Township remove a tree branch from electric or telephone wires?
7. What are the guidelines for tree branches hanging over a roadway?
8. Will the Township install or replace fallen, damaged or missing signs?
9. How do I prevent lawn damage from plows if I don’t have a curb along my property?
10. Is West Goshen responsible for maintaining all the roads in the Township?