Cancelled: Planning Commission Meeting

The May 28, 2024, Warminster Township Planning Commission meeting has been cancelled. The next scheduled Warminster Township Planning Commission meeting is on Tuesday, June 11, 2024.

Zoning Hearing Board Meeting – 05/22/24

The Zoning Hearing Board will meet on Wednesday, May 22, 2024, at 7 PM. The meeting agenda can be found here – https://bit.ly/052224ZHB

The meeting will be held in person at Warminster Township Administration Building located at 401 Gibson Ave, Warminster, PA 18974.

Environmental Advisory Council Meeting

The May 20, 2024, Warminster Township Environmental Advisory Council meeting has been cancelled. The next scheduled Warminster Township Environmental Advisory Council meeting is on Monday, June 3, 2024.

Shredding Event @ WCP

Looking to shred some paper?  Check out Senator Frank Farry’s shredding event on June 8.

Sustainable Pennsylvania Program

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

CONTACT: Brandon Yett, 267-317 1315, byett@warminsterpa.org

Warminster Township Recognized as Bronze Certified Sustainable Community

(Warminster, PA – April 22, 2024) Warminster Township announced today it is among a select group of high performing municipalities to become certified through the Sustainable Pennsylvania program. Warminster Township is recognized at the Bronze level of certification for meeting the program’s rigorous performance criteria, which provide a foundational approach for building communities that thrive.

Sustainable Pennsylvania is managed by the Pennsylvania Municipal League (The League), in partnership with Sustainable Pittsburgh, and is designed for municipalities that are working to save money, conserve resources, and serve vibrant communities. The certification is offered statewide, recognizing boroughs, townships, cities, and home rule communities across the Commonwealth. The League and Sustainable Pittsburgh applaud local governments for their demonstrated commitment and sustainability performance.

In earning the Bronze certification, Warminster Township is acknowledged for its progress in such areas as community design and land use, energy efficiency, health and wellness, intergovernmental cooperation, recycling and waste reduction, fiscal controls, and internal management and operations. Details about Warminster Township’s certification performance within these topics can be found at SustainablePA.org.

“Warminster Township is proud to be recognized as a Bronze certified community by Sustainable Pennsylvania,” said Township Manager Tom Scott. “The municipality has a long history of commitment to saving taxpayer dollars, using resources efficiently, and applying best practices in municipal operations and community development. We are pleased to be recognized and be part of this statewide community of good governance.”

“We are delighted to see Warminster Township distinguished among local governments that are leading the way in applying sustainability to both their operations and management as well as within the community,” said John Brenner, Executive Director of The League.

Sustainable Pennsylvania is intended to bring recognition to municipalities that are implementing the policies and practices of sustainability to advance community and regional prosperity. The program provides strategies, resources, and recognition to municipalities for improving quality of life and expanding opportunities for everyone.

“Sustainability requires a foundational approach that simultaneously integrates social equity, environmental stewardship, and economic development in decision-making,” said Joylette Portlock, Ph.D., Executive Director of Sustainable Pittsburgh. “Sustainable Pennsylvania provides municipal governments and stakeholders clear and recognizable sustainability objectives to share, so that they can foster thriving and vibrant communities, built to last.”

For more information, please visit SustainablePA.org or contact Brandon Yett at (267-317-1315) or byett@warminsterpa.org.

About Warminster Township

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.

About the Pennsylvania Municipal League

The Pennsylvania Municipal League is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization established in 1900 as an advocate for Pennsylvania’s 3rd class cities. Today, The League represents participating Pennsylvania cities, boroughs, townships, home rule communities and towns that all share The League’s municipal policy interests. The mission of the Pennsylvania Municipal League is to strengthen, empower and advocate for effective local government.

About Sustainable Pittsburgh

Sustainable Pittsburgh is committed to building the knowledge, perspective, and ability needed to create a better tomorrow for our region. The strategic networks we host leverage the collective expertise and diverse perspectives within our region to ensure our communities can meet our challenges today and thrive into the future. Together, we are co-creating a fundamentally equitable, resilient, healthy, and prosperous southwestern Pennsylvania. SustainablePittsburgh.org

 

Warminster Township 2024 Road Program

**Post April 15, 2024

The “2024 Road Program” is scheduled to begin on April 22, 2024. A contractor will be filming the conditions of the designated roadways this week for a preconstruction video. 

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Arts and Barks Fest

Ben Wilson Sr Activity Center Bucks Arts and Barks Pet and Family Fest is back!

Sunday, June 2 from 11-3 PM

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NEW online permitting portal

Looking to get a permit?  Check out our online portal where you can apply for permits you need in Warminster Township.  Doesn’t matter if you’re a home owner or business owner!  https://warminstertownshippa.portal.opengov.com/

Shenandoah Woods Updates

Update: June 30, 2023

The Board of Supervisors is happy to report that the concrete slabs for the previously abandoned Navy houses at Shenandoah Woods are all now removed. No more houses, no more pads!
As reminder, the site will still remain closed to the public while planning analysis is in process for the prospective use of Shenandoah Woods as a passive park. Read more