Winter Storm Emergency – Over

The January 4th Winter Storm Emergency Declaration is over. Public Works will continue to monitor and maintain roads within the Township. Thank you for your assistance during this event.

Winter Snow Emergency

Warminster Township has declared a Winter Snow Emergency effective tonight, January 3, 2018 @ midnight. Warminster Township will be enforcing Ordinances 625 & 702. All vehicles must remain OFF of township streets during the emergency. Please clear around fire hydrants in front of your dwelling to help emergency services. Snow plowing operations will be ongoing overnight and into Thursday.  Click here for snow and ice removal information

Holiday Fire Safety Message

The causes relating to fires, fire injuries, and fire deaths present a clear message about Holiday Fire Safety and how we can become more vigilant. Information that comes directly from the Warminster Fire Department and Hartsville Fire Company, as well as all Fire Departments throughout the United States is collected, analyzed, and shared by the United States Fire Administration.  Read more

Kidde Fire Extinguishers Recall

Kidde Recalls Fire Extinguishers with Plastic Handles Due to Failure to Discharge and Nozzle Detachment.  For information, please visit

Archbishop Wood Football vs. LaSalle High School – High Traffic Area

Warminster Township – High School Football game and Homecoming events will cause increased vehicle and pedestrian traffic in the area of William Tennant High School on Friday, October 27, 2017.

Beginning approximately 6:00 PM on Friday, the 27th, we anticipate a ramping up of traffic and pedestrian activity in the area of Centennial Road at the intersections of Street Road and County Line Road. There will be a regional rivalry football game between Archbishop Wood High School and LaSalle High School that is to begin at 7:00 PM at William Tennant High School Stadium located at 333 Centennial Road.

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Away at College? – Don’t let up on Fire Prevention

Many of our residents are away at college now broadening their education, meeting new people, and possibly living “on their own” for the first time. Hopefully all the life lessons that were taught at home carry over to their new “homes”. Interesting data has come out of the National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA) that shows the same fire risks that are in your home also exist in dormitories, fraternities, and sororities. Read more