Special Collection of Tree Debris on March 24
Due to the extent of storm debris created by the recent winter storms, Bristol Township will hold a special curbside collection of yard waste and tree branches on Saturday, March 24. This special collection applies to tree and yard waste only. Trash, construction and demolition debris will not be collected. There will be no additional charge to residents. Residents should have yard waste/tree debris placed out for collection at the curb no later than 6:00am on March 24. Trees limbs and branches should be cut into 4-foot lengths and tied and bundled when possible. Regular spring yard waste collection will resume on April 15. For more information, call 267-812-2950.
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Bring Your Unwanted Household Hazardous Waste to Bristol Township’s 2018 'HHW' Collection Events
Bring unwanted hazardous automotive products, home maintenance, lawn and pest control products to the Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) Collection Event on Saturday, April 14 (9:00AM-3:00PM) at Harry Truman High School, 3001 Green Lane, Levittown. RAIN OR SHINE
Due to the risk of fire, household hazardous wastes are not accepted by our hauler and should NEVER be thrown into the trash. Toxic chemicals, pesticides, pool chemicals, oil based paints, weed killers, automotive batteries, fuels or fluids must be disposed of properly at a Household Hazardous Waste Collection event. Call 267-812-2950 for more information.
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Hop on Over to the Breakfast with the Bunny and Annual Egg Hunt on March 17
Get Ready, Get Set and Hop on over to our Annual Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday March 17, 12:00 noon at the Bristol Township Municipal Complex (football field) located at 2501 Bath Rd. in Bristol. The breakfast is from 9:00am-12:00pm ($3 kids 10 and under/$5 person)
Egg Hunt is for children ages ten and under. Prizes and candy will be found in the eggs, Participants must provide their own baskets and don't forget to wear rain boots (field may be muddy)
Council Adopts 2018 Budget That Holds Taxes Steady for Seventh Year In A Row
Township Council voted unanimously this month to approve Bristol Township's 2018 budget. The Township's 2018 budget again holds the line on real estate taxes and fees. It marks the seventh consecutive year the Township has either reduced or held real estate taxes steady.
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Bristol Township Named One of Pennsylvania’s Safest Cities
Bristol Township has been named as one of the “Safest Cities in the United States” and ranked #15 in Pennsylvania according to a study completed by SafeHome, a professional security organization.“Public safety is a high priority for Bristol Township’s Council and administration and I’m proud to say that our efforts have paid off as we are now ranked as one of the safest cities in the state,” said Craig Bowen, Township Council President.
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Bristol Township Awarded $240,000 Grant to Develop Community Park/Green Space at Heavily Blighted Former Trailer Park Site
Bristol Township received a $240,000 grant through the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development’s Greenways, Trails, and Recreation grant program that will help to fund the improvement project at the now vacant Miller Trailer Park site.
“Community parks are vital to ensure a high quality of life for children and families in our community,” said Bowen. “This grant funding allows us to transform what was once a neighborhood eyesore into a beautiful green space that young people and families can go to daily to walk, run, or take in the scenery,” he said.
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2017 Council Meetings Schedule