NEWS & EVENTS
As a reminder, the Warminster Township Police department accepts your unused or expired drugs, no questions asked. If you are cleaning out your medicine cabinet or something else, please dispose of them safely by dropping them off at the police department green drug container in the lobby.
‘Push Out The Pusher’ is an initiative in Bucks County where the primary focus are dealers who fuel the increasing opioid epidemic in Bucks by selling potentially deadly drugs like heroin and fentanyl. You can get a yard sign and let the drug dealers know that you are pushing back and taking your community back. www.BucksCrimeStoppers.org
Interested in medicine and helping people? Why not check out the Central Bucks EMS volunteer program? They offer a great program to ease you in and learn how you can help people in your community. Check out http://www.cbems.org/cbem/volunteer.ashx
Ever wonder who to contact for an issue? We’ve created this list of common issues and who to contact. It basically has everything except for the Butterball hotline. We hope it comes in handy. Click here for the FAQs
For emergency notifications, we use ReadyBucks. If you sign up to the system, emergency notifications will be sent directly to you. Signing up is free and your information is not shared. Please take a minute to sign up so you can receive immediate emergency notifications. Click here to sign up or click on the ReadyBucks logo.
The Warminster Township Board of Supervisors adopted the Township’s Codification of Ordinances at the January 19, 2017 meeting. Please refer to this document for Township ordinances. The codification is now live and searchable. Should you have any questions, please contact the Township at 215-443-5414. http://www.ecode360.com/WA2486
Do you know the facts about grill fires?
An average of 8,900 home fires involving grills, hibachis, and barbecues
· Average of 10 civilian deaths
· Average of 160 injuries (that were reported)
· $118 million in property damage
· July is Peak month
Check out the Grill Fires Fact Sheet from NFPA by clicking here and get the safety tips!
The EPA has released a lifetime health advisory level for PFOA and PFOS. Please explore the following link for more information. https://www.epa.gov/ground-water-and-drinking-water/drinking-water-health-advisories-pfoa-and-pfos