Weather Statement from Bucks County EMA

There is a Severe T-Storm Watch in effect until midnight tonight and a Flash Flood Watch in effect through Friday morning. The potential exists for the county to receive up to 3 inches of rain, with gusty winds, and small hail. Please continue to monitor the weather for alerts and warnings.

Grill Fires Fact

Do you know the facts about grill fires?
An average of 8,900 home fires involving grills, hibachis, and barbecues
· Average of 10 civilian deaths
· Average of 160 injuries (that were reported)
· $118 million in property damage
· July is Peak month

Check out the Grill Fires Fact Sheet from NFPA by clicking here and get the safety tips!

It is the season for Fireworks

Please make sure you review the important information from the Department of Emergency Management & Services about the public sale and use of fireworks in the state of Pennsylvania.  Click here.

EMS Forms/Documents


Category: Emergency Management & Services

Annual Fire Prevention & Life Safety Inspection

About Us

Joe Velten, Director

The department of Emergency Management/ Services develops and maintains the Township’s emergency operation plans and standard operating procedures for disaster relief. In the event of an emergency in Warminster, the Township appointed Emergency Management Coordinator conducts inspections of damaged areas, assists with equipment, coordinates supplies and response efforts.

The Emergency Management/Services department is also responsible for conducting plan reviews and inspections of fire alarm, sprinkler systems, and other fire safety systems. Fire and life safety inspections are also conducted when new businesses move into town and on a contiual basis. When a fire occurs, the department will work with the Police and Volunteer Fire Departments to determine how a fire started.

For a list of fees for the inspection program, permits, or fines, please click here to view.


The most dangerous part of any fire is the smoke. That is why smoke detectors are essential for early warning of a fire in your home. You should have one smoke detector on every level and one smoke detector in every bedroom in your house. Be sure to test them regularly to ensure they work. Smoke detectors now come with many features such as voices, different languages, flashing lights, wireless interconnection, hardwired inter-connection, battery powered, and carbon monoxide alarm. Make sure you are alerted before it is too late.