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 Bristol Township At A Glance


Unit of Local Government is a First Class Township

Council President - Craig Bowen
Council Vice-President - Cynthia Murphy
Councilman - Patrick Antonello

Councilman-Raymond Blalock
Councilman - Joe Glasson
Councilman - John Monahan

Councilwoman-Maryann Wagner
Township Manager -William J. McCauley, III

Local Government Contact Page

The population is 55,421 (2010 Census Data)
The size is about 17 square miles
Population density is 3211 persons per square mile
The schools are in the Bristol Township School District

Part of the 8th Congressional District - Brian Fitzpatrick
Part of the 141st Legislative District - Tina Davis
Part of the 6th Senate District - Robert M. Tomlinson
U.S. Senators - Patrick J. ToomeyRobert P. Casey, Jr.
Governor - Tom Wolf

Minimum drinking age is 21.
Minimum age for buying tobacco products is 18.
Curfew for people 11 or under is 10:00 P.M.
Curfew for people 12 and 13 is 10:30 P.M.
Curfew for people 14 through 17 is 11:00 P.M.
View Nighttime Curfew Ordinance

 


 


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NEWS

PUBLIC NOTICE

The meeting of the Bristol Township Council, originally advertised for December 6, 2018, has been cancelled due to lack of business. The next meeting of the Township Council will be on Thursday, December 20, 2018 in the Municipal Building, 2501 Bath Road, Bristol, PA.

 


PUBLIC NOTICE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by Bristol Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania that the Proposed 2019 Township Budget is available for inspection at the Municipal Building and may dowloaded by clicking here. A public hearing on the Proposed Budget will be held at the Municipal Building, 2501 Bath Road, Bristol on Thursday, December 20, 2018 at 7:00 pm and Township Council will consider its adoption at this meeting.


Community Development Department Fair Housing Survey

Bristol Township is currently looking for input from citizens and key stakeholders in the community to contribute to the Township’s 2019 Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice (AI). The AI is a mandatory report submitted to the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) that identifies fair housing issues and concerns within the jurisdiction as well as the Township's plans for using HUD funding to address fair housing within our community. Imperative in this process is community engagement and public feedback.  The link below will take you to a brief survey on the state of fair housing in Bristol Township. The survey will take no longer than five minutes of your time and all responses will remain anonymous.

Fair Housing Choice Survey

Thank you in advance for your time and input. The survey will be available until December 15, 2018.  If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to contact Heather Mahaley in Community Development at 267-812-3102 or hmahaley@bristoltownship.org.


Road Closure - Haines Road - Update 10/3/18

Haines Road between Route 13 and Junewood Drive is closed. Bristol Township met with the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR) and  the Lower Bucks Joint Municipal Authority (LBJMA) on Wednesday, October 3. These entities are working on permitting and tenative construction to be completed with road opening in mid November.


Levittown Chosen As 41st Best Place To Live By Money Magazine

Money Magazine, in its annual Best Places to Live 2016 edition, has named the Levittown section of Bristol Township as the 41st best place to live in America. Levittown is the only Pennsylvania community to make the list. The magazine cited jobs, affordable housing, property taxes, public schools, healthcare, recreational opportunities, and low crime as their criteria for the methodology in determining their rankings.

 

Council President Craig Bowen said that it was a great accomplishment to be recognized by a highly-regarded national publication such as Money Magazine. “The Township Council made some very difficult decisions to reduce the cost of government and invested millions of tax dollars to improve Bristol Township,” Bowen said. “It’s nice to be saluted nationally.  ”Bowen noted that the Council’s priorities of job creation, improving housing stock, lowering property taxes, and investing in technology to bring the police department up to date to fight crime have clearly paid off.


Live Broadcast of Council Meetings
Council Meetings are broadcast live on Comcast Channel 22 and Verizon FiOS Channel 45 and streamed live from the Township’s website.Click Here for Schedule of Meeting Dates

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FEMA National Flood Insurance Map Changes:
FEMA has Reclassified Properties in Several Large Areas of Bristol Township for Flood Insurance. FEMA has released new maps for public review. The new maps – also known as digital Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRMs) –reflect current flood risks. These new maps are available at the Bristol Township Administration Building for Bristol Township residents to review.


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