About North Hill
NORTH HILL neighborhood, on a wooded bluff along Rt 322 and Phoenixville Pike, North of West Chester, PA, owes its name to John D. Jacob who, in 1938, purchased the William P. Marshall farm and later the Abner Hoopes farm for the purpose of offering building lots to home builders. The homes in the neighborhood were primarily constructed from the 1940s through 1960s, generally on 1/2 to 1+ acre lots.
The North Hill Civic Association (NHCA) was formed to care for the lake and 23 acres of common property. Very low annual dues are collected to cover the cost of maintaining and insuring the property, which is the hub of many activities throughout the year. Another truly unique feature of our common property is the Fern Hill Serpentine Barrens, which has been designated by the Nature Conservancy as one of the most important natural areas in Pennsylvania.
North Hill neighborhood is part of West Goshen Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania. West Goshen provides music and movies in the park (located at the corner of Five Points Road and Fern Hill Road), Christmas tree recycling and much more. West Goshen publishes a quarterly newsletter that is mailed to all homes within the township. We are adjacent to the Borough of West Chester which is home to fine and casual dining and boutiques. West Chester hosts several events every year including a restaurant festival, bike races, and spring through fall growers market. We are near the Chester County Hospital, and we're in the West Chester Area School District (Fern Hill Elementary School, Peirce Middle School, Henderson High School).
Water, Sewer & Gas
The North Hill development has public water via Aqua America and sewer services. There are no natural gas lines; all oil/gas services are through private delivery companies.
Trash & Recycle
Trash is managed by West Goshen Township and collected each Monday and Thursday. Recyclables are only on Mondays. You may place plastics (# 1-7), steel/tin and aluminum cans in your clearly marked recycling bins. All non-corrugated, non-food soiled paper products must be bundled or place in paper bags. Bulk trash day is every Thursday. West Goshen also will notify residents regarding leaf/yard pick-ups (watch for the quarterly township newsletters).
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