Warminster Township is a vibrant community of more than 32,000 residents and over 900 commercial businesses. Although Warminster’s historical roots run deep, the township is an emerging leader in environmental, technological, and economic practices.
Rated Four Stars in Golf Digest’s Best Places to Play and voted by local players as “Best of Bucks” again in 2012, Warminster’s Five Ponds Golf Club is a championship caliber immaculately manicured 18-hole public golf facility.
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Parks & Rec and QUAINT OAK BANK present this hilarious family event for its 25th Anniversary! Rubber Duckies float ¼ mile down the Neshaminy Creek to compete in a race to the finish line. First 4 ducks to cross the finish win a cash prize. Official ducky number tickets may be purchased online or at the WREC@WCP, and Library. Watch for details for the rescheduled event!!
Warminster Township Parks and Recreation Department has been able to leverage multiple grants, a land appraisal, and public and private contributions to meet the match requirements for three different grants. We were awarded over $2.9 Million to continue development of Warminster Community Park. Please take a moment to check out our video of the proposed improvements which will take place over the next three years.
Many of our residents are away at college now broadening their education, meeting new people, and possibly living “on their own” for the first time. Hopefully all the life lessons that were taught at home carry over to their new “homes”. Interesting data has come out of the National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA) that shows the same fire risks that are in your home also exist in dormitories, fraternities, and sororities.
MS4 reduction plan was approved at the Board of Supervisors Meeting click here for the plan
Pollutant Reduction Plan
Warminster Township is required to develop and implement a Pollutant Reduction Plan (PRP) for Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) discharges to the Neshaminy/Little Neshaminy, Pennypack Creek, and Southampton Creek as part of the 2018 National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) MS4 Individual Permit application to the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (PADEP).