Financial Reports

Township Treasurer


Jacqui Guenther

The following are the financial reports of West Vincent Township.


Proposed Budget provides the proposed budget documents for the following year, which are presented to the Board of Supervisors for their review and approval, typically in their October Board meeting.

Once a proposed budget is approved, typically in the November Board meeting, a Preliminary Budget is made available to the public at least 20 days prior to the Board approving a final adopted budget.

Adopted Budget is the budget adopted by the Board of Supervisors, typically in their December Board meeting.

Audit Report provides the latest audit report, summary financial statement and financial statements presented to and approved by the Board of Supervisors.

The Treasurer’s Report provides an overview of the Township’s current year monthly and year-to-date budget activity and reports the various fund balances for the current year.

The Bills List is a list of all bills for the current year paid in the time period noted and presented to the Board of Supervisor’s at their monthly Board meeting. The draft list becomes final once the Board of Supervisors approve it.

Archived Treasurer’s Reports can be requested from the Township by completing a Right to Know Form and sending it to Your request will be fulfilled within five business days.


Act 44 Pension Disclosures

Chapter 7-A of Act 44 of 2009 mandates the annual disclosure of certain information by every contractor or entity that is a party to a professional services contract with pension fund(s) of the West Vincent Township. The disclosure form provides certain information in regards to any financial relationships that may exist between contractors providing services to the pension funds and the elected and appointed officials of the municipality, and whether such a relationship(s) could be a conflict of interest.

West Vincent Township has two pension plans; Police and Non-Uniform. Thomas J. Anderson & Associates administers the Non-Uniform Pension Plan and the Pennsylvania Municipal Retirement System (PMRS) administers the Police Pension Plan.

The Act requires that disclosure forms be posted on the municipality’s website and be filed and updated annually for the life of the contract between the municipality and each party. The listing below shows all relevant contractors and the most recent disclosure forms provided.