Welcome to West Sadsbury Township



 Tuesday- 6/27/17  :   Planning Commission Meeting has been cancelled due to lack of Agenda


6th Annual Lanchester Fiddlers’ Picnic

Fiddlers' Picnic 2017

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Landscape3 Public Survey


Chester County is underway on our next comprehensive policy plan. We want to hear from you on how to create a future that balances growth with preservationto maintain Chester County’s quality of place.  The Landscape3 public survey will help shape the future of Chester County. Take 5 to 10 minutes to complete the online PUBLIC SURVEY.



Citations will be going out in the near future for those who have not complied with the pumping notices that were sent out to residence in the past few months.  You still have time to get your tanks pumped. Avoid the court cost. If you did get your tanks pumped, please make sure you get your receipts into the township. Don’t assume your pumper is going to take care of this. It is your responsibility to mail, email, fax or hand deliver these to the township.


Check out Parkesburg Library’s Live Speaker Series

 (click on the Residents Tab and Scroll to Helpful Information)


Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Training

Spring 2017 Course Annoucement


 Calling all Baseball and Softball Teams

SPRING is coming !  Call now to schedule a ball field. Information can be found by clicking on Resident tab and looking under Parks & Recreation.


Sheriff Warns of Phone Scam



West Sadsbury Township is a semi-rural community located along the western boundary of beautiful Chester County. The township is bisected by Route 30 – the historic Lincoln Highway – as it wends its way westward to neighboring Lancaster County and beyond. Several of the highway’s original mile marker stones have been preserved and are visible along the township’s portion of the roadway. Commercial and industrial development within the township is concentrated along the major state highways (Routes 10, 30, 41, and 372) that service the township and provide easy access to nearby suburban shopping areas, as well as to major urban areas like Lancaster, Philadelphia, and Wilmington, Delaware. The main Keystone Line of the former Pennsylvania Railroad (now Amtrak) passes through the southern end of the township, and a passenger station in the neighboring Borough of Parkesburg provides convenient access to rail travel throughout the Amtrak network…

Read More about the Township Address:  6400 N. Moscow Road. Parkesburg, PA  19365 Phone: 610-857-5969 Fax:  610-857-1415  Email address:  wsadstwp@comcast.net Office Hours:  Monday, through Friday 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.