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Bristol Township is making significant progress in meeting the Road Maintenance Program goal to provide excellent street conditions throughout the Township.


Due to an unprecedented investment, 116.2 of the 177 miles of Township highways have been resurfaced over a five year period (2012-2016). From 2012 to 2016, the Township has invested over $15.4 million to complete these paving projects. 


At the April 2017 Council Meeting, Bristol Township Council awarded the 2017 annual paving project to James D. Morrissey Inc. in the amount of $396.060.88. In 2017, Bristol Township will pave another 11 roads or 2.9 miles of Bristol Township highways. By the end of 2017, Bristol Township will have paved 487 roads or 119.1 miles of Township highways (during the period of 2012-2017).







Click Here to View a Map of Roads to be Paved in 2017


Click Here to View a List of All Roads to be Paved in 2017


Click Here for More Information about Replacing Your Curb


For further information regarding the Street Maintenance Program, you may contact us via email at rpp@bristoltownship.org or call (215) 785-2758


Snow Removal Information

Snow Clearing Rules and Regulations

The Public Works Department is responsible for salting and plowing all Township owned roadways and facilities. The salting process starts soon after the snow begins and then the roadways are plowed after an accumulation of 2" to 3” Major roadways are plowed until the snow has stopped, then all roadways are plowed back to the curb and re-salted if needed.

If the storm is Large enough, roadways will be plowed several times. It takes on the average 10 to 12 hours for the Public Works Department to plow the Township roads after the snow has ended.

Keep in mind when shoveling your driveway that any shoveling done before the roadway is cleared edge to edge may be plowed back when the plow clears the roadway.


Please remove all obstacles from the edge of the roadway (i.e. basketball hoops). These items are not permitted according to the Zoning Code, to be in the public right-of-way. If they are there, they can cause major damage to our trucks and other vehicles might hit them as well.


Another problem is trash and recycle containers. If these are placed in the road, they are going to get hit by the plow.

PLEASE DO NOT PUT TRASH CONTAINERS IN THE STREET AT ANY TIME OF THE YEAR and remember to remove your vehicles after 1 hour of continuing snow fall because the Township Snow Ordinance requires this. When shoveling, snow blowing or plowing your driveway, DO NOT put the snow back into the streets. This is against the law to do and it leaves a road hazard for other motorists to try and drive through, leaving you liable if someone gets hurt.


1.       The Bristol Township Public Works Department is not responsible for mailboxes damaged during snow plowing operations. Mailboxes should be a minimum of 1 foot from roads edge.

2.       Keep a safe distance from snow plows.

3.       Please remove all vehicles from the street when snow accumulation occurs.

4.       Clean you sidewalk within 12 hours of snow fall.

5.       If you have a fire hydrant on your property please be courteous and remove fallen snow off the hydrant.

Thank you for your cooperation.
Public Works

To report a pot hole or other roadway concern on a Bristol Township road you can call the Public Works Department at (215) 785-2758.

For a Pennsylvania state highway, you can call the PennDOT toll-free pothole hotline at 1-800-FIX ROAD (1-800-349-7623). Potholes are not the only road concern you can report on the hotline. Customers can use the hotline number for any reason, including:

  • Deer carcass removal
  • Pothole patching
  • Brush and tree removal
  • Shoulder and drainage concerns
  • Signage issues
  • Other maintenance needs
  • Information about volunteer programs like Adopt-A-Highway
  • Complaints and compliments

Click here for a list of the state highways in Bristol Township

Send e-mail to the Public Works Department

2501 Bath Road | Bristol, PA  19007 | BUCKS COUNTY | Phone: 215-785-0500

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