NEWS & EVENTS
From: Warminster Township Public Works Department
To: Travelling motorists in the Warminster Township area
Re: Hazardous potholes
Due to recent wet weather and temperature fluctuations, there is a growing number of potholes on the roads in Warminster Township. This situation is not exclusive to Warminster, as PennDOT and other local Municipalities throughout the region are working hard to address the hundreds of potholes in a timely and efficient manner. Local asphalt plants are closed for maintenance during the winter months, therefore, road crews are using a patching material that is temporary and not as durable as plant mixed asphalt. This can sometimes cause potholes to reoccur in the same area.
Warminster Township Public Works has designated 2 pot hole filling crews per day for this entire week to remedy the situation. The Township encourages motorists to use extra caution when travelling during this time to ensure their safety and the safety of the crew members working on the road.
Thank you for your patience and cooperation.
In a few weeks, the Township will be conducting a compliance audit with Verizon to ensure they have complied with their responsibility to build out their cable infrastructure in the Township. If anyone has been unable to get Verizon cable, please email the details to email@example.com
Position: Park Maintenance Worker – Seasonal
Available: April –September
Check your mailbox this weekend, Warminster Township’s Spring Newsletter should be arriving soon! Or you can check it out online by clicking here.
with PAR Recycle Works
Saturdays, May 5
10 AM-1 PM @ Warminster Community Park
Use the 350 E. Bristol Road Entrance.
The Township has teamed up with PAR Recycle Works to provide two electronics
(e-waste) recycling events to area residents. Bring your outdated or obsolete appliance or electronic devices such as computers, printers and cell phones. For more information about PAR Recycle Works and to determine what items will be accepted, go to their website: www. par-recycleworks.org. Drop off is free, except for small CRT monitors-$30; televisions up to 40”-$45; anything in an enclosure or over 40”-$65.
Questions about fees should be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Warminster Township is expecting a significant impact on Thursday due to the Eagles parade in Philadelphia. The Warminster SEPTA station is one of the limited number of stations open that will provide direct service to the city. We have been advised that although a large number of tickets have been sold, SEPTA will only be running three trains out of Warminster from 5:00 AM to approximately 7:50 AM. Train service returning from the city will begin at approximately 1:00 PM.
In anticipation of the large volume of traffic and parking issues, Warminster will be taking the following actions on Thursday:
• The SEPTA lot will be closed on Wednesday evening at 10:00 PM and will reopen early Thursday morning
• Jacksonville Road between Street and County Line will remain open in both directions to allow for parking at the SEPTA lot and pick-up/drop-off of passengers
• Park Avenue will be closed from Street Rd to the south driveway of 300 Park Avenue (Burpee)
• Olive, Nemoral, and Maple will be closed from Madison to Park
• All road closures are expected to be lifted at 10:00 AM
Centennial School District will be closed Thursday.
Extra police and emergency personnel will be on duty to handle any issues. Plans may be altered to deal with issues as they arise. Local roads, especially in the Speedway, may experience congestion due to parking.
Are you ready! SEPTA is! check out their information about getting to the Philadelphia Eagles Super Bowl Parade!