BackYard Bird Count!

The Warminster Township Environmental Advisory Council (EAC) is participating in the Audubon Society’s 22nd Annual BackYard Bird Count! Meet the EAC at Warminster Community Park, 1100 Veterans Way, on Sunday, February 17th at 8am! We will gather at the front ponds along the entrance road. Participants will spend approximately two hours and should bring binoculars, and weather appropriate clothing and boots.

New Changes in 2019 for EM/S

The Fire Marshal’s office has started its annual Fire Prevention & Life Safety Inspection program for 2019. Close to 1000 businesses in Warminster Township will be inspected for fire prevention and life safety features during the year. We are using a new tablet based program that will provide a report to the business owner as soon as the inspection is completed. Read more

Winter is Knocking at the Door

If you have not heard, a winter storm is coming to our area. . .

As a reminder, the public works crew will be out taking care of our community! But they will need your help too! Your part is simple, help keep the roads clear of cars, remove any items hanging over the street, like basketball nets and remember to shovel out fire hydrants! For more information, please check out our GUIDELINES for SNOW and ICE REMOVAL at


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Seasonal Park Laborer Position

Position: Park Maintenance Worker – Seasonal

Available: April –September


Warminster Township Parks & Recreation Department
1100 Veterans Way
Warminster, PA 18974

Hours: Monday-Friday, 6:30 AM-3:00 PM

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Happy Thanksgiving

The Board of Supervisors and all the staff of Warminster Township would like to wish everyone a safe and happy Thanksgiving holiday. Please enjoy your time with family and friends.

The Township offices will be closed from 11/22 through 11/25.

Spotted Lanternfly

Questions about the Spotted Lanternfly? Please refer to the chart. Residents are encouraged to help combat the spread of the spotted lanternfly by eliminating these non-native insects when possible. At this time of year, both adult spotted lanternflies and their egg masses can be found.  Please keep a look out and destroy these invaders whenever possible. Other tips can be found at (pdf version)