Overview

The Department of Finance is responsible for the administration of activities pertaining to the receipt, expenditure, accounting, investment, custody and control of Township funds. The department also assists the Township Manager in the presentation of the annual budget and capital improvement plan for approval by the elected Board of Commissioners.

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  • Act 44 Disclosure
  • The Act 44 Disclosure Law requires service providers to the Haverford Township Pension Plans to provide certain disclosures on an annual basis. Act 44 also requires would-be service providers to provide certain disclosures in connection with their bids for services.

    Select one of the documents below to review the service provider's disclosure..

    Service Providers

    Past Year Link
    2019 Act44 Disclosure
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  • Current Year Warrants and Check Registers by month
  • Date Check Register Link Invoices by GL Account Link
    October 12, 2021 Check Register Invoices by GL Account
    September 13, 2021 Check Register Invoices by GL Account
    August 09, 2021 Check Register Invoices by GL Account
    July 12, 2021 Check Register Invoices by GL Account
    June 07, 2021 Check Register Invoices by GL Account
    May 10, 2021 Check Register Invoices by GL Account
    April 12, 2021 Check Register Invoices by GL Account
    March 08, 2021 Check Register Invoices by GL Account
    February 08, 2021 Check Register Invoices by GL Account
    January 11, 2021 Check Register Invoices by GL Account

  • Past Warrants and Check Registers by year
  • Year Check Register Link Invoices by GL Account Link
    2020 Check Register Invoices by GL Account
    2019 Check Register Invoices by GL Account
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  • Audited Financial Statements
  • The Department of Finance is responsible for the administration of activities pertaining to the receipt, expenditure, accounting, investment, custody and control of Township funds. The department also assists the Township Manager in the presentation of the annual budget and capital improvement plan for approval by the elected Board of Commissioners.

    Audited Financial Statements via year


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  • Sewer Rent and Second Meter Credits
  • Sewer Rent

    Every property -- residential, commercial, or exempt -- connected to the public sewer system is required to pay an annual sewer rent for that service. Annual sewer rent is based on the water usage (9/1 thru 10/31) according to data supplied to the Township by Aqua PA. Any questions related to water consumption shown on your bill should be directed to Aqua PA at (610) 645-1038. Sewer rents are billed on the Township tax bill which is generally mailed out by February 1 of each year. We offer a 2% discount for sewer rents paid by March 31 and a 10% penalty will apply for any payment received after May 31. The sewer rental rate is determined by the Board of Commissioners as part of the annual budget process and is enacted via Ordinance. If a property owner does not pay their sewer rent by December 31, the Township files a formal lien against the property and reserves the right to pursue formal judgments and Sheriff Sale. Additional interest also accrues at a rate of 10% per annum and lien fees/attorney costs will be added.

    Sewer Rent Second Meter Credits Form

    Refunds are made to individual sewer bills when separate meters can document the amount of water that has been diverted from the public sewer system (for a swimming pool, outdoor sprinkler system, etc.). For example, if a resident has a sprinkler system or pool, and installs a separate (second) meter, the Township will refund sewer rents paid for that water usage. Second meters can be purchased at a hardware store or contact a plumber for more information on installation. After installation, the Township must be notified for credit eligibility. To qualify for the credit, the entire sewer bill must be paid in full. Upon receipt of full payment plus documentation of the second meter reading, a refund check will be issued to the property owners. Proper documentation is established with a photo showing the initial second meter reading of "0" and the meter reading as of September 30 of each year.



    Please click here for the Township Second Meter Credit Form

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  • Trash Fee
  • Residential trash is collected by the Haverford Township Sanitation Department. The current practice of twice per week trash, weekly recyling and weekly brush collection is financed largely by a service fee paid by residential property owners. Trash service fees are billed on the annual Township tax bill which is generally mailed out by February 1 of each year. We offer a 2% discount for trash service fees paid by March 31 and a 10% penalty will apply for any payment received after May 31. The trash service fee is determined by the Board of Commissioners as part of the annual budget process and is enacted via Ordinance. If a property owner does not pay their trash service fee by December 31, the Township files a formal lien against the property and reserves the right to pursue formal judgments and Sheriff Sale. Additional interest also accrues at a rate of 10% per annum and lien fees/attorney costs will be added.

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    For general questions or concerns, contact us at codes@havtwp.org

    *Fillable PDF Form Information:

    For more information on how to download, fill out, save and email fillable forms to the Township, please see the following link: Fillable Form Instructions