Friday with a First Responder

Come out to Starbucks Feasterville on Friday, May 4th from 2pm until 4pm.  FREE coffee for ALL First Responders (Police, Firefighters, EMS personnel)!

FREE Community Paper Shredding Event

State Rep. Frank Farry is hosting a Paper Shredding Event on Saturday, May 5 from 9 am to 1 pm.  The event is being held at his office at 370 East Maple Avenue, Suite 203, Langhorne.  Individuals are limited to two file boxes of paper.  This event is for residents only, no businesses please.  For more information, call 215-752-6750.

2017 Street Paving List

Update from the Public Works Department:
2017 Paving List currently happening now……
North Pleasant Drive between School Lane to Woodbine
Lewis Street between Bridgetown Pike to Poquessing
Rosewood Avenue between Second Street to Forrest Avenue
Avenue D between Second Street to Front Street
Bailey Avenue between Hilton Avenue to Wood Road
Wood Road between Marshall Avenue to Valley Road
Siles Avenue between Park Avenue to Oakford Avenue
Clayton Avenue between Summit Avenue to Dead End
Clayton Avenue between Summit Avenue to Oakford Avenue
Summit Avenue between Bristol Road to Park Avenue
Myrtle Avenue between Buck Road to Dead End
Creekwood Drive between Richland Road to Cul-de-sac
Nancy Lane between Mallard Road to Pheasant Run
Lawson Drive between County Line Road to Cul-de-sac
Pennsylvania Avenue between New paving line to Cul-de-sac
Heights Lane between Central Avenue to Poquessing Way
Heights Lane between Poquessing Way to Giant Parking Lot
Heights Lane between Giant Parking Lot to Rose Street
Feaster Avenue between Sixth Street to Dead End
Lillian Street to East Side Buck Road
Bertha Street to East Side Buck Road
Hershel Avenue to East Side Buck Road
Myrtle Avenue to East Side Buck Road
If you have any paving questions please contact the Public Works Department 215-357-7300 ext.302


We currently have vacancies for the following Boards……

The ACAB was created by the Lower Southampton Township supervisors to educate our local residents concerned about the welfare of all animals, domestics, exotics and wild, to assist our local government with animal related concerns, to educate the public and to become a resource of information to our residents in the area. LSACAB works alongside with several animal rescues groups, organizations, facilites and government agencies. LSACAB was first created to help with the feral cat overpopulation in our area.




The Environmental Advisory Council shall have the following powers: Identify environmental problems. Recommend plans and programs to the appropriate agencies for the promotion and conservation of the natural resources and for the protection and improvement of the quality of the environment within the area of this Township. Make recommendations as to the possible use of open land areas of this Township. Promote a community environmental program. Keep an index of all open areas, publicly or privately owned, including, but not limited to, flood prone areas, swamps, and other unique natural areas. Advise the appropriate local governmental agencies in the acquisition of property, both real and personal. To undertake such environmental tasks as requested by the Board of
Supervisors of this Township.


Playwicki Farm is located on Bridgetown Pike in Lower Southampton Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Open space, old growth forest, wetlands, agricultural land, a wildlife habitat and a renowned but now defunct quarry are all incorporated into one hundred and ten acres. In May of 1994 the Board of Supervisors of Lower Southampton Township finalized the purchase of the property from the estate of Elizabeth Snodgrass thereby preserving the last large open space in the township for all to enjoy. The Playwicki Farm Foundation was created in September of 1996 as an independent, tax exempt corporation to raise money for charitable, education and scientific purposes. The funds are to be used for the repair, replacement, maintenance and preservation of Playwicki Farm and the development of educational programs. We need your help and your support. Together we can make Playwicki Farm a wonderful place to play.


With the youth of the Township being the future of our community, the Board of Supervisors has a concerned interest in the issues and environment affecting young people, and desires to provide any assistance and guidance to help them navigate the dangerous waters of today’s society, overcome negative influences and be a positive force for their success. The said task force will advise the Board of Supervisors on all matters pertaining to the reduction and ultimate elimination of drug and alcohol abuse, other harmful behaviors, and the effects of depression on youth within the Township of Lower Southampton.


Interested applicants should email Lower Southampton Township
Manager’s office at



Sewer Rate increase

Lower Southampton Township’s quarterly sewer rate will increase by $8.00 per unit/Edu.

The Reason for the increase is the result of increases from both Bucks County Water & Sewer Authority and Philadelphia.

The increase will go in effective January 01, 2017.