Warminster Township is a vibrant community of more than 32,000 residents and over 900 commercial businesses. Although Warminster’s historical roots run deep, the township is an emerging leader in environmental, technological, and economic practices.
Rated Four Stars in Golf Digest’s Best Places to Play and voted by local players as “Best of Bucks” again in 2012, Warminster’s Five Ponds Golf Club is a championship caliber immaculately manicured 18-hole public golf facility.
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Join PAR-RecycleWorks, Redemption Episcopal Church and Warminster Township as we help you dispose of your old electronics while impacting the lives of those in our community! Open to the public, not just Warminster residents!
Welcome to the Club Babalu! Tonight may be Ricky’s big break. With Fred and Ethel brushing off their Vaudeville shtick and a Big Time Producer in the audience, this could lead to the big time – Broadway! As a member of the audience you will get to see the crazy slapstick comedy that everyone has been talking about.
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.
On April 8, 2017 Warminster Police responded to various reports of criminal mischief involving damage to vehicles and mailboxes. Below is a list of the damage and the areas in which they occurred. Anyone with information should contact the Warminster Police Department at 215.672.1000
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.