Cooling Center opportunity for those without air conditioning or other means to stay cool are offered at Ben Wilson Senior Center.

If you are OK, make sure you reach out to family, friends, and neighbors to make sure they are getting through these extremely hot days. Hydrate-Hydrate-Hydrate, but if you feel any health related issues please call 911.

Doylestown Township Police are currently investigating a one vehicle traffic accident southbound on the Route 611 Bypass at Route 202. Please use caution in the area.

Doylestown Township Police are investigating several smash and grab thefts from vehicles in the parking lot of the Central Bucks YMCA during the afternoon hours on today's date. Anyone with information or witnessed anything suspicious in the parking lot between 3:45-5:00 PM is asked to contact Ofc. Carr at 215-348-4200.
Also, as a reminder please do not leave any valuables in your vehicle while unattended, but if you must please hide them out of public view.

Doylestown Township Police are investigating a one vehicle traffic at the intersection of 611 and Almshouse Road. Please use caution in the area.

Doylestown Township Police are currently investigating a traffic accident involving a motorcycle in the area of 588 Almshouse Road. Please be advised that Almshouse Road is closed between Lower State Road and Quail Drive.

The train signal at Lower State Road and New Britain Road is malfunctioning. Doylestown Township Police are on scene and SEPTA has been notified.  Please use an alternative route.  

Bucks County completed repairs today ahead of schedule to the Frankenfield Covered Bridge. The bridge is located at the intersection of Cafferty Road and Hollow Horn Road. The bridge is now open to traffic. Thank you to Bucks County for making these bridge repairs a priority.

Please use caution in the area of southbound Easton Road near the Barn Plaza Center. A large spool of steel cable is sitting in the left Lane and should be removed shortly.

Telephone scammers claiming to be from the Social Security Administration are targeting telephone numbers in this area.  They obviously use an automated program to dial the numbers because they called the police department 2 separate times today.  Unfortunately an hour later a resident came to the police station to report the same scam.  She was on the phone with the scammer for over 30 minutes but eventually realized it was a scam and did not lose any money. 

This July 4th, the Warminster Police would like everyone to be as safe and considerate when celebrating the upcoming July 4th holiday. July 4th is a very busy holiday for the police department as there are several parties and festivities going in and around town. During those parties some like to take advantage of the Pennsylvania law that allows for the discharge of certain fireworks. The Warminster Police would encourage those who wish to take advantage of this activity to follow the Pennsylvania laws governing fireworks, as we all live and work within close proximity to each other.