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Bucks County Conservation District offering FREE Stormwater Workshop

On Saturday, October 28th at 10 AM, the Bucks County Conservation District will host a stormwater management workshop for Lower Bucks County residents.   This workshop is at the Central Park Pavillion, Byberry Road, in Bensalem Township.

With rainfall on the rise, the region has witnessed an uptick in stormwater runoff.  the runoff has led to increased pollution and flooding concerns.  This workshop intends to address these challenges by offering participants insights on various tools and techniques to enhance water quality and diminish the amount of water runoff from their homes and workplaces.  In addition, attendees will have the chance to participate in raffles and walk away with giveaways.

Lower Southampton Township Community Day Wrap Up

Community Day 2023 is in the books and we couldn’t have done it without YOU!  It was a day to come together as a community & show appreciation for our First Responders.

  • A big THANK YOU to our sponsors & donors.  Click HERE to view the list.
  • THANK YOU to our volunteers.
  • THANK YOU to our Police Department, Fire Companies, & EMT’s.
  • Many THANKS to our Parks & Recreation Department, our Public Works Department, our Fire Marshal Office, our Finance Department, & Township Manager for all your hard work to make the day a big success.
  • THANK YOU to all the Lower Southampton residents who came out to play, eat, enjoy our classic car show, and watch our demonstrations

Click HERE to view the K9 Demonstrations.

Click HERE to view an aerial view of Community Day.

At the October 11th Board of Supervisors Meeting, the Board of Supervisors presented Feasterville Fire Department, Lower Southampton Fire Company, Tri-Hampton Rescue Squad, & Lower Southampton Police Department with donations from Community Day.

Senator Frank Farry’s Senior Expo

Please join me for my Senior Expo on Thursday, September 28 from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. at the Northampton Valley Country Club, located at 299 Richboro Rd. in Richboro.

There will be health screenings, a SEPTA key card processing station, refreshments, prizes, and information from federal, state and county agencies. A prescription drug take back will also be on site.  Please bring your unused, unwanted or expired medication for proper disposal.

At 11am, Stephen M. DeFrank, Chairman, Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission(PUC) will speak about the functions of the PUC and will take questions.

Our staff will also be on hand to answer any questions and help with any state-related issues.

The event is free and open to all senior citizens in the 6th Senatorial District, and their caregivers and families.  Please contact our office with questions: 215-638-1784.

Back to School & School Bus Safety

It’s time to go back to school already and that means school buses are on the roads again.

Pennsylvania law requires motorists to stop at least 10 feet away from school buses when their red lights are flashing and their stop arm is extended.  Motorists following or traveling alongside a school bus must also stop until the red lights have stopped flashing, the stop arm is withdrawn, and all children have reached safety.  Read more about school bus safety here.

Penalties for failure to obey school bus safety laws can result in a $250 fine, five points on a driving record and a 60-day license suspension.

Lower Southampton Youth Legion 16U Team Goes to State Tournament

Lower Southampton Youth Legion 16U Team was the first Lower South Legion Team to ever play in the state tournament.

Here’s some highlights of their AMAZING season:

  • 15-5 regular season earning #1 seed in the playoffs
  • Won the winner take all championship game 1-0 against Falls to advance to the regional tournament in Berwick, PA
  • 3-2 in the regional tournament earning a birth in the state tournament also in Berwick, PA
  • First Lower Southampton Jr or Sr American Legion Baseball team ever to advance to the state tournament
  • The state tournament had teams from the east and west playing for the state title.
  • Had an amazing showing finishing 3rd.  Only losses were to the eventual winner Upper Perk and runner up Penn Trafford

This team went into the regional and state tournament short-handed due to vacations and came together to play the best baseball they had played all year.  It was a true team effort, as contributions came from everyone on the team, up and down the line up.


Top Row – Left to Right: Coach Mike Sassano, Joey Corsanico, Coach Joe Corsanico, James Griffis, Brent Walter, Joey Romanoski, Coach Chad Ormond, Caleb Rose, Mike Sassano, Jimmy Bailey, Nick Sassano, Manager Keith Moss

Bottom Row – Left to Right: Mike Welsh, Jake Ormond, Shawn Levin, Gavin Moss  Missing from picture: Brad McNally

Top Row – Left to Right:  James Griffis, Mike Sassano, Jimmy Bailey, Joey Romanowski, Joey Corsanico, Caleb Rose, Brad McNally

Bottom Row – Left to Right:  Brent Walter, Mike Welsh, Jake Ormond, Shawn Levin, Gavin Moss, Nick Sassano

Missing from picture:  Coach Mike Sassano, Coach Joe Corsanico, Coach Chad Ormond, Manager Keith Moss