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Whitpain 2035: 4 Villages within a Community

Welcome to the home of Whitpain’s next Comprehensive Plan. What exactly is a comprehensive plan? That is a fair question. A comprehensive plan, or comp plan as it is often called, is an official statement adopted by a local government which directs the physical development of the community.

In 2014, Whitpain started the process of creating a new comprehensive plan. The plan, titled “Whitpain 2035: 4 Villages within a Community” will be thoroughly researched and carefully crafted with an adoption date in 2016. The name comes from the four remaining village areas within Whitpain: Blue Bell, Broad Axe, Centre Square, and West Ambler. These areas are the foundation of our community character and vital to the smart growth of the Township over the next generation.

You can contribute to the development of the Comprehensive Plan by clicking here to take a short survey.

Whitpain 2035 will be a multi-year consensus-building effort to create a new and genuinely sustainable comprehensive plan. A committee will guide the process. The committee will solicit input from the public through a variety of approaches, including four town hall meetings at various venues. After input is received, a draft comprehensive plan will be crafted and analyzed. Following public hearings and other refinements, the Board of Supervisors will adopt the new comprehensive that will serve as a guide for future planning and development.

Whitpain Township 2035 Video












Upcoming Comprehensive Plan Meetings

Whitpain 2035 Plan Overview




Click here for Whitpain 2035 overview flyer

Click here for Fred Conner's letter to the editor


Whitpain 2035 Committee

Jim Blanch Ed Lane
Fred Conner William Lutz
Ken Corti Cathy McGowan
Jaime Garrido David Mrochko
Dillon Horwitz Susan Mudambi
Greg Klucharich Melissa Murphy Weber
Joan Knies Bob Whittock


For more information, please contact Township Engineer Jim Blanch at 610-277-2400 or at