Holiday Hours

Township offices will be closed on 01/18/21 for the holiday.
There will be no disruption to the trash schedule.

WCP Construction Work

Sections of Warminster Community Park to be Closed During Grant Construction

Effective Immediately, sections of Warminster Community Park will be closed to the public during grant project construction. These closures will extend through the spring months but Meco Constructors, Inc. will do their best to complete phases of the project and reopen areas as they are completed.  We recognize that this will cause some disruption to regular park visitors and hope that you will bear with us throughout the process.  This large multi-grant project will greatly expand the public amenities in WCP and we are trying to confine all work to the winter/spring months when there is less activity in the park.  We hope the entire project will be completed by June 2021.

The parking lot, pond trail, perimeter trail, Hallowell pavilion, and playground will remain open to the public.  Access to the dog park will be via grass instead of a paved trail.  Trees along the crossover trail are being relocated to other areas of the park or into the new parking areas.

The basketball courts, Safety Town, much of the runway, and the interior trails will be blocked or closed.  Heavy equipment will be bringing in dirt for the sport fields and moving dirt for stormwater, sections of runway will be removed for greening and landscaping.  Other sections of the runway will be milled and paved for centralized parking lots, additional basketball courts and access roads.  Cyclists will need to use the perimeter trail to gain access to the Bristol Road exit when sections of the runway are closed.

The safety of our park visitors is important.  Please be sure to follow signs and observe closed areas so that we do not have to shut down the entire park during construction.  If you have questions, please contact the Township Parks & Recreation Department: 215-443-5428 or

Board of Supervisors Agenda – 01/12/21

The Warminster Township Board of Supervisors will hold a virtual meeting on Tuesday, January 12, 2021 at 7 PM.  The Agenda has been posted – click here.

Due to rising COVID-19 concerns and new guidance issued by the Governor’s office, the procedure for public comment has changed.

  • Residents are strongly encouraged to submit public comment via email to
  • Name and address must be included in the body of the email.

Residents wishing to comment in-person may do so at the Township Administration Building during the meeting. Masks and social distancing will be required at all times.

PLEASE NOTE: Access to the building for public comment will be limited to ONE commenter at a time.

Upon arrival, residents will be required to sign-in on the designated sheet and indicate which agenda item they wish to comment on.

Residents will then return to their vehicles until the announcement of the agenda item(s) they wish to comment on and tune into the meeting via radio at 89.3 FM or on YouTube at . Once an agenda item is announced, commenters may line up and await access to the Township building.

Once finished speaking, commenters must exit the building via the meeting room side door. The next commenter will then be able to enter.

Employment Opportunity

Director of Public Works

Warminster Township, located in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, (population 32,000) is seeking experienced candidates for the position of Public Works Director. The public works department consists of a 12 person crew who are responsible for maintaining the infrastructure of the Township, including 100+ miles of roads, nine Township buildings and facilities. The department is also responsible for overseeing the maintenance and repair of public works equipment, all Township vehicles, street lights and traffic control devices.

The ideal candidate will have significant experience managing Public Works projects and personnel, be well versed in PA liquid fuels reporting requirements, public bidding of construction projects, road maintenance, snow plowing and budgeting. Applicants are desired to have a minimum of 10 years experience in a managerial/supervisory capacity preferably as a Public Works Director or Construction Superintendent. GED or high school diploma is required; bachelor’s degree in a related field is preferred; strong written and verbal communication skills. Salary commensurate with experience but expected to starting salary to be in the range of $90,000 – $105,000.

How to Apply:
Email resume, cover letter, and salary requirements to This position is open until filled. Review of submittals begins immediately. EOE.

Library Board Agenda – 01/13/21

The Warminster Township Library Board will hold a virtual meeting on Wednesday, January 13th at 6 PM.
The agenda can be found here
Questions or comments on the agenda can be submitted to


Recycle your Christmas Tree at Warminster Community Park until January 31, 2021. Be sure to remove all decorations and drop it off in the area next to the dumpsters in the main parking lot. Trees will be chipped for use on park trails. If transported in a plastic tree bag, please do not leave the bag on the tree – dispose of the bag in the park dumpster.


Press Release

December 23, 2020


Warminster Township Supervisors Adopt $42.6M Township Budget with NO Tax Increase

At their regular meeting of December 22, 2020, the Board of Supervisors adopted the 2021 Township Budget with no tax increases. “The 2021 budget is an excellent first step in cleaning up years of financial mismanagement and it is balanced with NO TAX INCREASE.”, said Supervisors’ Chairman Ken Hayes.

According to the Chairman, the Township’s financial issues are directly related to past administrations failure to pay the full annual bill for the Township’s Police Pension Plan creating a huge $17M unfunded liability and inflating the annual pension Minimum Municipal Obligation. “I think what we are most pleased with in the 2021 Budget is we are finally fully funding the Police Pension Plan in 2021,” said Hayes.

The highlights of the 2021 Budget include $3Million for the Milling and Paving Program, $5.1Million for the infrastructure improvements and additional recreational features to the Warminster Community Park, and $3.2Million for the acquisition, building demolition and restoration of Shenandoah Woods. “This Board is finally investing in Warminster Township and giving taxpayers improvements to benefit them directly,” said Hayes.

“We still have a lot of work to do to get years of deficit spending under control, but this is a positive first step in the right direction to financial stability,” Hayes concluded.


Contact: Bill McCauley
Interim Township Manager
(215) 443-5414 ext.1311

Tropical Storm Isaias Disaster Declaration

Press Release
Contact: Emergency Management: 267-317-1313

Small Business Administration (SBA) – Tropical Storm Isaias Disaster Declaration

Warminster Township – SBA issues Disaster Declaration that includes Bucks County, Pennsylvania for damages caused by Tropical Storm Isaias that came through Warminster Township on August 4, 2020.

Disaster loans available to Warminster residents and businesses include business physical disaster loans, economic injury disaster loans, and home disaster loans. Any resident or business with damages and/or losses caused by Tropical Storm Isaias can apply for an SBA low-interest loan. There are restrictions to loan eligibility for this disaster; please refer to SBA and the fact sheet to see if you qualify.

A fact sheet and copy of the declaration is posted on Warminster Township’s website. Further information and guidance for this declaration can be accessed through the Small Business Administration website:



PA16815 Agency Fact Sheet
PA16815 Declaration
PA6815 Flyer Agency VDLOC

Bark Park News

Attention Bark Park Members!  
Important Access Information!!

Grant Construction is underway and mobilization is taking place much quicker than we expected!   Effective immediately, please be aware that due to installation of construction safety fencing, you will only be able to access the bark park by walking down the grassy side (left side) of the orange fence.  The Bark park will remain open during construction but access will be limited to this area.