NEWS & EVENTS
The Environmental Advisory Council agenda for the meeting of March 25, 2019 has been posted. Please click here to view.
The Zoning Hearing Board Meeting agenda for the meeting of March 27, 2019 has been posted. Please click here to review.
Save the Dates!
Bucks County 2019 Household Hazardous Waste program is back. Five dates throughout the county to help you dispose of items like pesticides, flammables, batteries, etc. Check out http://www.buckscounty.org/Recycling for details and contact information. Flyer information: http://www.buckscounty.org/docs/default-source/pc/2019hhwbuckscountycollectionevents.pdf?sfvrsn=0
Every wonder how many how many calls the Warminster Fire Department, Hartsville Fire Company and Central Bucks EMS handle in a given year! Now you can find out by reading the Emergency Management and Services 2018 report (click here). The report will show you how great of a job our volunteer fire companies are doing, along with Central Bucks EMS.
Philadelphia and the surrounding counties are preparing for a future with little to no fossil fuel energy consumption. This will help clean the air we breathe and slow changes to our climate. The EAC is supporting a 100% renewable energy campaign in conjunction with other community EACs. The goal of the Ready For 100% Renewable Energy Campaign is to encourage Pennsylvania’s cities and towns to make a pledge to complete the transition to 100% renewable energy. Get involved with your community! Come join us for comprehensive discussions on how to implement 100% renewable energy within Warminster Township.
Mon, Apr. 22 @ 7 PM
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up
All workshops and meetings held @ Twp. Bldg. – use side door
The Great Backyard Bird Count is just around the corner—so take a few minutes to brush up on some of the birds you’re most likely to spot.
Whether you’re a beginner getting set to take part in this year’s count, or you simply want to know more about the birds you see on the regular, check out these helpful tips for IDing 15 common species. You’ll enjoy learning new facts about some familiar friends. And you’ll be ready when the GBBC count starts on Friday, February 15. Click here for detials.
Our resident horticulturist, Amy Sanchez-Hamilton, will conduct a presentation on common invasive plant species in our area and how they affect our local ecosystems.
Thinking about skiing? Make sure you check out the Parks and Recreation discount lift ticket list. http://bit.ly/2sa6oco