PECO plans to complete the Distribution Preventative Maintenance tree trimming and selective tree removals around the aerial lines within Warminster Township during 2018. Read more
From: Warminster Township Public Works Department
To: Travelling motorists in the Warminster Township area
Re: Hazardous potholes
Due to recent wet weather and temperature fluctuations, there is a growing number of potholes on the roads in Warminster Township. This situation is not exclusive to Warminster, as PennDOT and other local Municipalities throughout the region are working hard to address the hundreds of potholes in a timely and efficient manner. Local asphalt plants are closed for maintenance during the winter months, therefore, road crews are using a patching material that is temporary and not as durable as plant mixed asphalt. This can sometimes cause potholes to reoccur in the same area.
Warminster Township Public Works has designated 2 pot hole filling crews per day for this entire week to remedy the situation. The Township encourages motorists to use extra caution when travelling during this time to ensure their safety and the safety of the crew members working on the road.
Thank you for your patience and cooperation.
Warminster Township Parks & Recreation Department held their annual Touch A Truck program at Warminster Community Park on Saturday, October 28th. The highlight of the program was the unveiling of the Public Works Departments “Paint The Plow Contest”. Warminster area schools were invited to participate and entries for the theme “School Pride” were received from the students of William Tennent High School, Archbishop Wood High School, Log College Middle School, Klinger Middle School and Nativity Of Our Lord. Read more
As warmer weather is upon us, the Public Works Department is gearing up for road improvements in some areas of the township. The following locations will be paved in 2017 Read more
The Warminster Township Public Works Department will be performing 3 small paving projects in April to warm up for the 2017 Road Paving Program. Read more
First storm of the season is in the books. As a reminder please remember to remove all basketball nets / objects out of the township right away to allow for the Public Works Department to do their jobs safely and efficiently. Township is not responsible for items getting damaged. Thank you for your help this winter season.
Snow and Ice Removal
Winter months present not only a unique challenge but also an opportunity for the Township and residents to work together in the common goal of safe, timely, and efficient snow removal. The following information will be useful to Township residents regarding best practices and also requirements during a snow or ice event. Read more