COVID-19 Updates

The Township is shut down to non-essential service. Effective 03/17/20, all Township buildings will be closed.
The Police will continue to operate 24/7 as usual, but building access will be restricted.

Warminster Township is committed to disseminating factual and trusted information regarding COVID-19. Please check our dedicated COVID-19 status page at www.warminstertownship.org/covid19 for updates. 

Also make sure to follow us on all the Township social media regularly for updates. 

Facebook.com/WarminsterTownship | Facebook.com/WarminsterTM | Facebook.com/WarminsterLibrary | Facebook.com/WarminsterPD | Twitter.com/WarminsterPA | Twitter.com/WarminsterPATM | YouTube.com/WarminsterTownship | Instagram.com/warminstertownship

Remember to take time to join our email list and sign up for the Ready Bucks Alert System to stay informed.

www.warminstertownship.org/stay-connected
www.buckscounty.org/ReadyBucks

Zoning Hearing Board Meeting – 05/27/20

The Zoning Hearing Board is meeting on Wednesday, May 27, 2020 at 7 pm to hear the application for variances related to the construction of a Chase Bank and an Aldi food store for the parcel located at 260 W. Street Road Warminster PA.   This hearing will be held virtually and can be accessed by residents at this link:  https://warminstertownship.my.webex.com/warminstertownship.my/j.php?MTID=m025ee7b53b5c2694fad92bd5a5ce5cf3

Residents are reminded that there is a Court Reporter taking minutes during the hearing and to keep their microphones on mute until called on the by Chairman of the Board.

For the complete application please click here.

Yard Waste Pickup

Mascaro has informed us that they are running a little behind on yard waste pickup. If they didn’t get yours yesterday, please leave it out and they will get to it. For any specific issues, please e-mail trash@warminsterpa.org

Board of Supervisors Agenda – 05/07/20

The Warminster Township Board of Supervisors will hold a virtual meeting this Thursday, May 7th, 2020 at 7 PM. The meeting agenda has now been posted – click here https://bit.ly/2YxzN1M. The public is not allowed to attend the meeting and it will be held virtual only.

Per Governor Wolf’s orders, public comment on the agenda will be accepted via email.

To submit a public comment, please email publiccomment@warminsterpa.org with the subject line “Public Comment – 5.7.20 BOS Meeting” and be sure to include your name and address in the body of the email.

You can watch it live / listen on:
Comcast channel 22, Verizon channel 45
Our YouTube Channel www.youtube.com/WarminsterTownship
Or listen to it on WRDV at www.wrdv.org

Memorial Day Parade

Sad to say, that the 2020 Warminster Memorial Day Parade has been canceled.

PERMIT APPLICATION and Inspection INFORMATION

Update: May 1, 2020

Staff is working remotely and will respond to emails and voicemails in a timely fashion.

Call 215-443-5423 to leave a message with your questions/concerns.

APPLICATION QUESTIONS (please leave a message and someone will return your call)

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Bucks County Food Bank Information

During this pandemic, food banks have been very busy. Here is a list of locations and hours of food pantries in Bucks County and information on how to donate. Be sure to contact them before you go as hours and drop off times may have changed during this emergency. https://www.bcoc.org/i-need-help-with/food-2/food-pantries-and-hours

Financial Consultant Report

Please click here to review the Financial Consultant Report that has been provided to the Board of Supervisors.

2020 Yard Waste Information

Beginning, April 1st through December 15th, yard waste will be picked up once per week

Yard waste pick up days are dependent on your location and can be found here

When preparing your yard waste for pick up, please follow these guidelines:

• Place all grass and leaf waste into fifty-gallon kraft biodegradable bags or loose into cans
• Up to 10 containers or bags may be collected per week.
• Do not mix trash and yard waste
• No: Plastic
   Bags
   Branches, Stumps, or Logs (May be placed out as bulk items)