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East Goshen Township
"Respecting the Past, Serving the Present, Preparing for the Future"
Chester County, PA
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Dave Ware, Finance Director
Kelly Brophy, Staff Accountant
Jennifer Conrad, Staff Accountant
Dana Gieder , Staff Accountant
Barbara Phillips, Staff Accountant


The mission of the Finance Department is to effectively manage and safeguard all financial resources so that East Goshen Township will be able to adequately fund and maintain the services and public facilities desired by its residents. The Finance Department is responsible for collecting, recording, and investing all revenues due the Township, and for disbursing Township funds in accordance with the annual budget as approved by the Board of Supervisors.

Long Range Planning

The Long Range Financial Forecast provides a current and long-range financial assessment of revenues, expenditures, fund balance and emergency reserves.  The primary objective is to provide the Board of Supervisors and the community with a financial forecast and identify any significant issues that may need to be addressed in the annual budget development process.  This analysis is centered on the Township’s General Fund because it is the primary operating budget for tax supported municipal services.  It is important to keep in mind that a forecast is not a budget. However if future deficits are projected then the forecast allows time to take corrective action to ensure finances remain stable.

Long Range Planning Memo 2022

Long Range Planning Session – June 21, 2022

Sewer and Refuse Billing Dates:

1st Quarter: Mailed January 15, Due February 28

2nd Quarter: Mailed April 15, Due May 31

3rd Quarter: Mailed July 15, Due August 31

4th Quarter: Mailed October 15, Due November 30

Earned Income Tax and Local Services Tax Personal Income Tax Rates






Other specific responsibilities of Finance Department personnel include:

  • Maintaining Township records in conformance with fund accounting principles.
  • Preparing the annual budget;Issuing monthly budget variance reports and other financial information.
  • Monitoring cash flow to ensure adequate funding levels.
  • Processing employee payroll and remitting related withholding taxes.
  • Billing and collecting quarterly sewer and refuse charges.
  • Maintaining the fixed asset inventory system.