Prior to starting any new building process, residents are encouraged to make an appointment with the Building and Permits Department to review the process.
The File of Life is an excellent tool for recording vital medical information ahead of time to help emergency personnel begin proper treatment as quickly as possible.
The Whitemarsh Township Public Works Department collects an average of 1,500 tons (or 6,000 cubic yards) of leaves each year through the Curbside Leaf Pick-Up Program.
Find reports, forms, and police permit applications.
Stormwater is water runoff that accumulates in natural and/or constructed storage facilities and stormwater systems during and immediately following a storm event.
View and download township maps.
There are 4 types of roads in Whitemarsh Township: state roads, county roads, township roads and private roads. Maintenance of the roads includes: line painting, signing, signaling, street sweeping, lighting, paving, plowing, drainage and other maintenance (potholes).
Discover information about residential non-residential trash, waste and recycling collection, along with other recycling programs.
The purpose of the Whitemarsh Township Government Access Channel is to provide township residents information on local government and local government-related community programs and events.
Peruse the zoning applications and planning forms online.
Listing of all the different fees associated with various Township services