Administration & Finance
Appointed by the Board of Supervisors, the Township Manager is responsible for implementing policies, and all day-to-day operations.
The Manager’s duties include: preparing and implementing the annual budget, implementation of ordinances, appointment of department heads and other staff, negotiation of contracts, preparing reports and recommendations for Supervisor review, and other duties required to run municipal government.
Assistant Township Manager
The Finance Department is responsible for oversight of all Township finances including budgets, billing, sewer payments, audits, and taxes.
Each September or October the Board of Supervisors starts the budget process for the upcoming calendar year. The budget is generated and finalized in the Administrative Office and adopted at a December Township Meeting.
2021 Township Adopted Budget
For information regarding Township Meetings, please see the Calendar. Board of Supervisors Meetings Minutes and agendas may be found in their document library.
As a Second Class Township in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Exeter Township is required to file a Municipal Annual Financial Report with the Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED) by April 1st of each year. State law requires that either the borough controller, elected auditors or appointed auditors file the Annual Audit and Financial Report. The Township's appointed CPA, Maillie, LLP. electronically files the DCED report each year for the Township by the April 1st deadline. Following DCED's review process, the reports are made publicly available on their website. You can find the database here. Keep in mind, the reports are not published until approved by DCED, so in most cases you will not find the current-year reports until some time after the April 1st deadline.
In addition to the DCED report, the Township's CPA, Maillie, LLP., prepares a full audited financial statement each year. View the most recent financial statement here.
Individuals seeking additional information on the Township's finances or audited financials may file a Right to Know Request and submit to the Township's Right to Know Officer.