10/22/20 PIAC Agenda

The Pension Investment Advisory Board is holding their regularly scheduled meeting on Thursday, October 22, 2020 at 4:30 PM.  Click here for the agenda.

Their meeting will be virtual and public comments are to be submitted via email.

For anyone wishing to comment on the agenda, please send all comments to

Warminster Community Park Bids Awarded

At their October 15, 2020 meeting the Board of Supervisors awarded the Warminster Community Park RACP and DCNR Bids to Meco Constructor’s, Inc.

Per section 4-108 of the Responsible Contractor’s Ordinance, the Township is required to post the included Contractor Responsibility Documentation.


Library Employment Opportunity

Part Time Library Aide (Page) Position

POSITION: Library Aide (3 positions available)

AVAILABLE: October 2020

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.

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Yard Waste Dumping

Dumping of Yard Waste at the Township Licenses and Inspections / Public Works Building is not permitted.
For any issues with collection, please contact J.P. Mascaro at 1-800-432-1616 or the Township at

Expired: Public Comments For 10/15/20

The Warminster Township Board of Supervisors will hold a virtual meeting on Thursday, October 15, 2020 at 7 PM. The agenda will be available early next week.

You can watch it live / listen on:

 Comcast channel 22, Verizon channel 45
Our YouTube Channel
Or listen to it on WRDV at

The public is invited to submit public comment via email to Name and address must be included in the body of all public comment emails.

During the meeting, in-person public comment will be available at the Warminster Township Administration Building located at 401 Gibson Avenue. Supervisors, Staff, and Consultants participating in the meeting will not be physically present. Visitors must practice social distancing and wear a mask at all times.

Residents that wish to comment will be allowed access to the building only for the portion of the agenda they wish to comment on. All commenters will be required to exit the building after speaking and may re-enter if they wish to make additional comments.

Residents that arrive before the portion of the agenda they wish to comment on are invited to tune in to the meeting via their vehicle radio at 89.3 FM.

Contact Township Administration with any questions at (215) 443-5414.

And the winners are!

Check out the Parks and Recreation 2020 Virtual Rubber Ducky Regatta

Thank you to all that supported and volunteered for the event!
Hope to see you in person in 2021!

Expired: Household Hazardous Waste

The County will be holding three upcoming hazardous waste recycling events. Pre-registration is required and can be completed at

The events are scheduled as follows –

October 17 – Upper Bucks Campus of Bucks County College in Perkasie

November 21 and November 22 – Lower Bucks Campus of Bucks County College in Newtown

For more information, please visit

Food Bank Event

Warminster Food Bank will hold their 2nd major food distribution event this year in cooperation with Giant Food Stores, Warminster Rotary, and Nativity of Our Lord Parish Church.
This package is a “grocery stimulus” donation for anyone in need, or who wants to augment their food supply.
A 27lb box of groceries with over 20 meals in a box along with a fresh loaf of bread will be handed out:
Saturday, October 24th, from 9am until Noon, or until supplies last, at Nativity of Our Lord Church, Warminster, PA parking lot off of Street Road.
Rain or Shine.
Safe, No Contact pick-up, 1 box per car placed directly in your trunk.

SAFER Grant Awarded

Release Date: September 17, 2020
Type of Information: Public
Contact: Emergency Management: 267.317.1313

Subject: Staffing for Adequate Fire and Emergency Response (SAFER) Grant Awarded

Warminster Township – Warminster Township has been awarded a FEMA SAFER grant in the amount of $1,767,963.15 to support the hiring of five (5) career firefighters for weekday fire responses. This is in response to the request from the volunteer fire companies and an independent study outlining the need for career firefighters.

“We’re very pleased to receive this grant” said Board of Supervisors Chairman Ken Hayes. “For decades, the Township has been well served by our volunteer firefighters and it’s now time to help them continue the great work they are doing.”

The award provides 100% of salaries and benefits of new firefighters for a three (3) year period. Warminster Township will employ these firefighters who will then staff existing fire apparatus that is owned by the Warminster Fire Department and the Hartsville Fire Company. Receiving this SAFER grant allows this plan to be enacted sooner, rather than later, and provides quick fire response during times when our volunteer firefighter staffing is most limited.

Collaboration over the last two years between both Fire Companies, Township staff, and our Township Supervisors has resulted in a proactive plan to provide fast response to weekday fire, rescue, and hazardous material incidents in Warminster Township. This partnership between the Township and Fire Companies allows our residents, businesses, schools, and industry to fully realize their investments into our fire services delivery model. Our future career firefighters will utilize up-to-date fire and rescue equipment located on quality firefighting apparatus while stationed in modern fire stations within our Township.

It is anticipated the hiring of career firefighters will take place in early 2021 as the hiring process, mutual fire service agreements, and policies are all finalized between the Township, Warminster Fire Department, and the Hartsville Fire Company.