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22nd Annual Firefighter Camp

The Hartsville Fire Company in Warminster Township, Buck County will hold their 22nd annual Firefighter Camp July 6, 13, 20 & 27th from 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM. Open to anyone 14 years of age or older.

This is a hands-on program that will teach individual skills as well as team skills. The final night of the program will feature a simulated fire with all attendees responding on the fire truck. If you ever dreamed of finding out what skills it takes to become a firefighter, this is your chance. Free camp T-Shirts for all attendees. 

This event is a joint effort by the firefighters in Warminster, Warwick and Warrington Townships.

To register or for more information contact

Stony Road Widening Plan

The Warwick Township Public Works Department will be undertaking a road widening project on Stony Road. The project will widen the road an average of 4 feet between Turkey Trot Road and Bentley Drive.  The purpose of the road widening is to make the road safer for vehicular traffic and pedestrians, and reinforce the edges to ensure road stability. The location of the widening will vary from side to side depending on the terrain.

Any mailboxes, driveways, etc. affected by this widening will be restored or replaced by the Township to pre-construction condition.

The project is expected to take 2-3 weeks depending on the weather.  The work is expected to begin mid to late spring. Additional notice will be provided as we get closer to the construction start date. All construction will be within the Township Right of Way.

Full access to your homes will remain during construction.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us at 215-491-6641.


Mark Rambo, Director of Public Works


Assistance for PECO Bills

Many PECO customers facing financial hardship as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic have a new resource to help pay the balance of their utility bills.

The Pennsylvania Homeowners Assistance Fund (PAHAF), helps to support Pennsylvania homeowners due to financial hardships caused by the pandemic. The grant funding can be applied to a customer’s electric and natural gas bill to pay outstanding balances incurred during the pandemic. The maximum utility assistance is capped at 24 months or $3,000. The PAHAF program will also provide help with mortgage payments, property taxes, insurance, homeowner association fees and condominium fees. For more information and to apply, visit the Pennsylvania Homeowner Assistance Fund