• Greater Jamison Business Association

    Mission

    The Greater Jamison Business Association strives to develop, promote, and improve the business climate in the Central Bucks area.
    The GJBA is comprised of area business owners and professionals who voluntarily work together to create opportunities for businesses to grow and develop.
    Our partnerships with local businesses, government and community organizations are the basis of our strength.

    Membership

    Membership in the Greater Jamison Business Association helps you contribute to the continued economic development of the local business community.
    Your membership will support various group, education, and community initiatives.

    Benefits

    Membership in the GJBA assures your business recognition and visibility.
    After enrolling, members have access to:

    • Extensive Networking
    • Monthly Meetings
    • Business Card Exchanges
    • Community Involvement
    • Education
    • Free Advertising on Website
    • Members Only Discounts
    • Opportunities to Showcase Your Business

    Join in!

    These are some of the great rewards you’ll receive just for joining:

    • Introduction to the GJBA through www.Jamisonba.com and monthly meetings!
    • FREE business listing and hyperlink on GJBA website!
    • FREE admission to breakfast meetings for members and first time guests!
    • FREE video intro on website!
    • Display table opportunities at monthly meetings to introduce your company to all members!
  • PennDOT

    PennDOT responds to your concerns on State roads such as potholes, drainage issues or deer carcass removal.  A concern should not be submitted for immediate needs or issues that could create safety concerns, like missing signs or roadway hazards.  If the concern requires immediate attention, please call 1-800-FIX ROAD to be connected directly to the county maintenance office in your area.  Click here if you would like to submit a concern through the PennDOT website.

  • PECO

    To view outages in real-time and receive outage updates – visit PECO Outage Map

  • Polling Places

    Warwick District 1 Polling Place:  Warwick Township Building (Ground Floor) – Community Room

    Warwick District 2 Polling Place:  St. Cyril of Jerusalem

    Warwick District 3 Polling Place:  Warwick Township Fire Company No. 1

    Warwick District 4 Polling Place:  Warwick Township Building (Main Entrance) – Main Meeting Room

    Warwick District 5 Polling Place:  St. Cyril of Jerusalem

  • Tax Office

    Warwick Tax Collector Denise Betts
    t: 215-491-0611
    e: warwicktaxbetts@aol.com
    Website
  • Warwick Grinders

    Warwick Township’s yard waste recycling “drop-off” facility, Sparks Industries (Warwick Branch), located on Rushland Road is a great place to drop off yard waste.  All containers (bags, cans, etc.) must be emptied upon arrival.  A trash container is available on-site for your convenience.

    What we accept: leaves, brush, trees and tree limbs, shrubs, Christmas trees (must be untrimmed), and vegetable and flower bed cleanups, including used mulch (no rocks or dirt – or it cannot be accepted).

    We do not accept trash, stumps, grass clippings, pressure-treated wood, railroad ties, bamboo, telephone poles, cinder blocks, rock, metals of any kind, tires, concrete, or any material that cannot be made into mulch. ORGANIC MATERIALS ONLY!!

    The yard waste is composted into double ground mulch, free to Warwick Township residents, with proof of residency. Maximum 7 yards/year.

    Black and brown dyed mulch, as well as a natural triple ground mulch, is available for sale. For information, pricing, or to schedule a delivery, please call Warwick Grinders at 215-598-3058.

    The center is open April – October Monday through Friday from 7 am-6:00 pm, Saturday 7 am-5 pm. November – February Monday through Friday, 8 am – 4 pm and Saturdays 8 am – 12 pm. Closed Sundays.

    Closed for the following holidays: Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Years Day.


Reference Links

Township Maps

Click here to find the following township maps (9 in total): Existing Land Use; Adjacent Land Use and Zoning; Future Land Use; Public Water and Sewer; Open Space Map; Community Facilities; Sidewalks, Paths, and Trail Map; Hydrogeologic Resources; Prime Agricultural Soils


Lead Poisoning


Voting in Bucks County


Information on “Clear Ballot – Bucks Voting”


Bucks County Recycling Information 

The 2021 Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) Collection Events will be held:

April 3, 2021 | Lower Bucks | Bucks County Community College

May 8, 2021 | Upper Bucks | Upper Bucks Area Vocational Technical School

June 26, 2021 | Central Bucks | Central Bucks South High School

August 14, 2021 | Lower Bucks | Bucks County Technical School

October 30, 2021 | Upper Bucks | Strayer Middle School

 For information on the HHW collection program, please visit the portal at buckscounty.org/recycling.

 Please note that preregistration will be required for all HHW events. The registration link can also be found on the portal at buckscounty.org/recycling.

 


Guide To Recycling Plastic


Bucks County GIS Mapping


Septic Haulers


Recycling FAQs


 2021 Recycling/Disposal Guide


NOVA – Network of Victim Assistance
24 hour Victim Support Hotline: (800) 675-6900


Warwick Township Water & Sewer Authority


Warwick Fire Company


Hartsville Fire Company


Bucks County


PA Department of Environmental Protection


Bucks County Conservation District


Bucks County Planning Commission


PA 1Call


Moland House