Warminster Symphony Orchestra presents An Evening with the Phantom and Friends featuring Broadway and Irish Favorites. This event will be held Saturday, May 20, 2017 at 8:00 PM at William Tennent High School. For tickets and more information, please call 215.672.9650 or visit www.warminstersymphony.org. Read more
On Monday, April 17 and Tuesday, April 18 from 9am-3pm, Old York Road will be closed between Bristol Road and York Road. Read more
Please note that Friday, April 14 is not a holiday for the trash company and they will be running on Friday regular schedule for trash, recycling and yard waste.
The township offices will be closed for the Easter holiday (Friday through Sunday).
We wish everyone a wonderful Easter holiday.
If you have some time, stop by Warminster’s Five Ponds Golf Club for a round of golf or visit the driving range… as the weather looks great for the weekend.
For more information about Bucks County Household Hazardous Waste Collection Events in 2017, please click here to find the information from the Bucks County Planning Commission. Also available is information pertaining to the disposal of televisions, Freon containing appliances and leftover paint.
Would you like to help shape the future vision of Warminster Township?
Warminster Township is holding a public visioning meeting on Monday, May 15, 2017 at 7:00 PM at the Ben Wilson Senior Activity Center (580 Delmont Road) to hear from residents. The public meeting is held in order to gain public input for a new Township Comprehensive Plan. The Township’s current Comprehensive Plan was adopted in 2003 and needs to be updated. Much has changed in the Township during the past fourteen years. There are many new residents with additional or different concerns. Township officials want to hear from the public. Everyone attending will be given an opportunity to provide their views.
Warminster EAC in conjunction with the Parks & Rec department is sponsoring a clean up of the community gardens at Szymanek Park, Read more
We know that many may be seeking information on how to properly dispose of your television. Pennsylvania’s Covered Waste Recycling Act does not allow televisions to be disposed of with regular waste. Attached are a few recommendations of places that do this service. Click here for details.