Welcome to West Chester Village
West Chester Village is a community - a coming together of people of all generations, lifestyles, backgrounds and interests. A place where people can live, work, play, shop, and find the comfort of a beautiful new home in a well-planned, protected environment.
West Chester Village features 30 acres of open space, including lakes, park areas, a community pool, a tot lot and over a mile of walking paths. The architecture of West Chester Village has been planned to look "beautifully unplanned", meaning there's nothing cookie-cutter about it. Instead, you'll see an aesthetically pleasing blend of styles, sizes, materials, and colors in homes as unique as the people who live in them.
The beautiful grounds on which West Chester Village rests was once the farm and homestead of the Hutzelman family. German settlers, the Hutzelmans lived here for more than 150 years. The developers of West Chester Village took great care to be respectful of this historic and cherished property, continuing the legacy of being a great place to live, work and raise a family.
West Chester Village has both a Landscape Committee and a Social Committee. Both committees are very active in the community and play an active role in making West Chester Village a better place to live. From planting flowers and policing common areas to planning Easter egg hunts and Halloween parties, these committees work very hard to bring together all the different neighborhoods that make up West Chester Village.
These volunteer committees are always looking for new members and all residents of WCV are encouraged to get involved. For more information about the Landscape Committee, please contact Margaret Sherlock at
Pool Use Reminder
Both residents and guests must have their pool tags with them while at the pool.
Please respect the guest policy and bring only the allowed number of guests PER HOUSEHOLD - four (4) guests during the week and two (2) on the weekend.
Pets are NOT allowed inside the pool area.
If you are sick, do not swim.
Infants must be in swim diapers if they are in the water. Take toddlers and small children to the bathroom on a regular basis.
Poop in the pool will close the pool for a day in order to clean it and sanitize the water.
Glass containers of any size or type are absolutely prohibited at the pool.
The pool closes at dusk.
Children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
Remember there is no lifeguard on duty; swim at your own risk.