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Pack the Police Car Event

Date: November 18, 2023

Time: 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

Join the Warwick Township Parks and Recreation Department and the Warwick Township Police Department to PACK THE POLICE CAR.

We will be returning to the Warwick Fire Company again this year. Come meet our Warwick Township Police Officers, Volunteer Fire Department Members, and make a donation of a non-perishable food item. Suggested items are listed below. The food will be taken to the Food Larder at New Britain Baptist Church to be distributed to people in need throughout Bucks County.

Suggested donations: coffee and tea, jelly, laundry detergent, toothpaste and toothbrushes, toilet paper, sugar (2-pound box) and flour, ketchup, mayonnaise, mustard, canned fruits, canned juices, juice boxes, pancake mix & syrup, rice, household cleaning supplies, personal care items (deodorant, shampoo, shaving cream, razor, etc.), spaghetti sauce, cake mix and icing, canned beans and canned tomatoes, canned meats, and canned soups.

2024 Food Truck Festival

Join us for our Food Truck Festival at the Middle Bucks Institute of Technology on Saturday, November 4th, 2023.

Grab your family, friends and neighbors and come out to our Food Truck Fest.  this will be a day filled with food, music, crafts, vendors and so much more.  Some of the best food trucks in the area, along with various crafters and vendors.  A DJ will be playing your favorite hits all day long and as always, free parking.  This event is free to attend but bring your wallets so you don’t miss out on any of the fun.

Pollinator Park Planting Event

We have officially received hundreds of seedling trees from the Keystone 10 Million Trees grant, now it’s time to get them in the ground! See the details below for upcoming planting events. Hope to see you there and please feel free to share this with anyone else you feel may be interested.

Pollinator Park Tiny Forest Planting – Warwick Township

Saturday & Sunday, October 21st & 22nd and October 28th & 29th

Rain Dates: subsequent weekends until complete

9:00am – 12:00pm & 1:00pm – 4:00pm (food provided between shifts)

Help plant a tiny forest consisting of hundreds of seedling trees. We will have three teams: Auger Team (drill holes with an auger 4″-8″ diameter), Planting Team (plant trees in the prepared holes, add mulch and water), Protection Team (prepare protection tubes, install support stake, place tube around the tree and secure to stake). No experience is required, we will teach you all you need to know. The Auger and Protection team will be asked to arrive a half-hour prior to the start time to get a head start on things. A separate e-mail will be sent out upon sign-up requesting your desired team.

Pollinator Park Location:

Parking: on Turkey Trot Road on the opposing side of the street from the site. Carpooling is encouraged, the Township building is approximately a mile away and vehicles can be parked there as well.

Wear: work and weather-appropriate clothes, work gloves, closed-toe shoes/boots.

Bring: a bucket or similar container for mulch to fill your holes, a watering can, snack, hydrating beverage, chair and/or kneeling pad if desired. 

Sign-Up Here: Sign Up – Pollinator Park Tiny Forest Installation (if you have trouble with the link, you can respond to Brandy Mckeever)

More info/Contact: Brandy Mckeever at

Guinea Lane Park Grand Opening

Come to Guinea Lane Park to celebrate the grand opening of the new 90′ baseball field and pickleball courts.

Date: October 11th 2023

Time: 3pm

Place: Guinea Lane Park – 2045 Guinea Lane, Jamison

September 12th Zoning Hearing Board Canceled

The Zoning Hearing Board meeting scheduled for Tuesday, September 12, 2023, has been canceled.

The MEGA Supply Zoning Hearing Board Hearing has been continued. If a future hearing is scheduled, notice of the date and time will be published in The Intelligencer.

Bucks County Co-Responder Now Aiding Police in 3 Central Bucks Departments

Bucks County’s newest Human Services Co-Responder is now working out of three police departments in Central Bucks County, helping to connect in-need residents with social services and divert them away from the criminal justice system. 

Based out of the Warrington Township Police Department, Katrina Mattioni started working June 5 with officers in Warrington, Warwick and Warminster townships. 

Co-responders are social workers who work collaboratively with police and social services agencies to serve people who come into contact with police who are in need of social services.  

With the addition of Mattioni to the co-responders’ team, County social workers are now working alongside police in 18 departments covering Upper, Central and Lower Bucks. Mattioni was hired at a salary of $59,000. 

Photo from left to right: Rachael Neff, Bucks County Human Services Director, Warrington Lt. Glen Gottenberg, Warwick Lt. Jon Ogborn, Warrington Chief Dan Friel and Warminster Chief James Donnelly. Front row from left to right: Katrina Mattioni, Co-Responder and Ivone Kovalsky, Human Services Community Engagement Officer. 

“It is a testament to the amazing job done every day by the people in our Human Services Division that we have managed in just three years to bring the Co-Responder Program to all regions of Bucks County,” said Commissioner Vice Chair Diane Ellis-Marseglia. “We are incredibly thankful to our Co-Responders for the important work they do, and to our police officers and municipal leaders for welcoming these important efforts into their communities.” 

The co-responders have served more than 1,100 people since the program started in late 2020. Most referrals are for mental health. 

Media Contact: James O’Malley, 215-348.6414,

New Spray Pole at Community Park

The spray pole at Community Park was completely replaced this Spring. The new spray pole now features multiple spray points for even more fun. Lastly, it was funded 50% by a grant!

A section of the Recreation Station playground was also replaced this year.

New Pocket Park at Turkeytrot & Land Rd

The Neshaminy Watershed Association in partnership with Warwick Township and the Penn State Master Watershed Stewards has begun construction on a new pocket park at Land & Turkey Trot Road. Expect to see activity including site preparation, trail construction, and planting throughout the year. Upon completion, the park will feature an enhanced pollinator area, rain garden, and tiny forest. Should you desire more information about the project or would like to volunteer your time to help construct the park please contact Brandy Mckeever at or visit