East Whiteland Township, located about 20 miles west of the City of Philadelphia, in east-central Chester County, is a family-oriented community with a strong economic base. With a resident population of 10,650 the daily population grows to over 23,000 as commuters travel to their places of employment within the township. Four major highways, Routes 29, 30, 401 and 202, intersect the township and a new "all electronic" interchange with the Pennsylvania Turnpike at Route 29 is now open. Mailing addresses associated with East Whiteland include Malvern, Frazer and a small area of Exton.
Home to the Great Valley Corporate Center, we also serve as U.S headquarters to several national and international firms including Cerner Corporation (formally Siemens Health Services), Vishay, Endo Pharmaceuticals, Ellucian Higher Education, and Janssen Biotech (formerly Centocor) as well as home to numerous smaller businesses and retail shops.
The Township is part of the Great Valley School District which provides outstanding public education to the children of East Whiteland, Willistown and Charlestown townships and Malvern Borough. East Whiteland hosts the middle and senior schools as well as the K. D. Markley elementary school.