Part Time Library Aide Position

POSITION: Library Aide

AVAILABLE: December 2021

MAJOR DUTIES: Shelve library materials, shelf read, keep all materials and library areas neat, clean, and orderly. Retrieve materials for patron requests. Related duties as assigned. Read more

Thanksgiving Hours

The Township Offices will close at 2:00PM on Wednesday, November 24, and will remain closed on Thursday, November 25, and Friday, November 26, 2021, for the Thanksgiving Holiday. It will reopen for regular business on Monday, November 29, 2021.

There will be no trash/recycling/yard waste services for November 25, your items can go out on your next scheduled collection day.

2022 Proposed Township Budget


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by Warminster Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania that the Proposed 2022 Township Budget is available for inspection at the Warminster Township Municipal Building, Warminster Township Library, and on the Township Web Site, The proposed budget will be considered for approval on Thursday, December 16, 2021, at 7:00 pm during the Board’s regular meeting.

By: Steven M. Wiesner
Acting Township Manager

Advertisement Date: November 23, 2021

Trash Update:

9/20/21: Last week and over the weekend all Mascaro crews were allocated to collecting accumulated yard waste and trash, resulting in a delay in the collection of recyclables. Double collections of recyclables will happen this week.   Mascaro has informed us that they are hopeful to be current with collections by the end of the week. Please continue to put your trash, recycling, and yard waste out on your regularly scheduled collection day. Yard waste has proven to be Mascaro’s biggest collection challenge. During these trying times, we ask that you mulch your yard clippings rather than bag them, and compost as much yard debris as possible.  All of your individual efforts combined will help.

Crisis Cleanup

Crisis Cleanup has been activated for survivors of IDA To Register their Unmet Needs.

Crisis Cleanup is a collaborative disaster work order management platform that improves coordination, reduces duplication of efforts, improves efficiency, and improves survivors’ and volunteers’ experience.  It is a tool, created by a national VOAD partner, to capture data on homeowners with storm related damage which require assistance.

Those needing assistance should call the national toll-free number at 844-965-1386.

Operators will take information about the caller and their specific needs.

The information is then available to all the helping agencies who provide those services in that area.  These teams generally perform tree removal, mucking, mold remediation, tarping, debris removal, rebuilding, and other essential services.

Calling Crisis Cleanup does not replace reporting damage to the local or county emergency management agency, either by calling or going online to report their damage.  Please follow the direction of your municipality.

Calling Crisis Cleanup does record the need for assistance with storm recovery so that local helping agencies can see the request and make contact.

Registering on Crisis Cleanup does not guarantee help, but makes the needs visible to all the helping agencies and allows for a coordinated response to them.

To learn more about Crisis Cleanup, go to

To learn more about PA Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster, go to, send an email to, or call 570-617-4018.

Looking to serve your community?

The Township has many opportunities for you to serve. If you are interested in any of the Boards and Advisory Committees noted under the “Your Government” tab on this website, please submit a letter of interest to John Tintera at .  In your letter, please include any skills or experience that you feel will be of benefit the township in these roles. For a complete list of Township Board’s and Committee’s, please click here .