Township Vehicles for Sale

Lower Southampton Township is selling seven vehicles on Municibid.com:

2010 Crown Victoria

2 – 2012 Ford Expeditions

2008 F-350 Pickup Chassis w/plow & hydraulics

2 – 2008 F-550 Dump Trucks w/ plows & hydraulics

2005 F-350 Pickup Truck w/ plow

Sale begins 10/1/2020 at 8:30 AM.  Sale ends 10/18/2020 at 4:30 PM.

PURCHASES ARE MADE THROUGH MUNICIBID ONLY.  WINNING BIDDERS PAY WITH A BANK DRAFT OR CASHIER’S CHECK.

Ask a Penn State Master Gardener about Spotted Lanternflys – FREE Live Q&A Session for Bucks County Residents

Are you seeing Spotted Lanternflys on your Bucks County property, or in your community?  Do you have questions about Spotted Lanternfly?

Grab a cup of coffee or tea and join a panel of Penn State Bucks County Master Gardeners for a free Spotted Lanternfly Q&A live session on Saturday morning, September 19th from 9 AM to 10 Am.  This session takes place via Zoom.

To participate in this session, you’ll need an internet connection, as well as a computer, tablet or smartphone, and the latest version of Zoom installed (a free app).

Submit your questions (up to three) along with your registration.  All submitted questions will be addressed and answered during the live session.  If there is sufficient time, the Master Gardener panel will take live questions too.

Register here: http://extension.psu.edu/slf-bucks

2020 Census Deadline Moved Up to September 30, 2020

The U.S. Census Bureau has moved up the deadline to complete their data collection to September 30, 2020, a month earlier than planned.  Lower Southampton Township’s response rate as of today is 77%.  Let’s make that number higher!

If you have not responded yet, you can choose to respond to the census online, by phone or by mail.  To respond online, click HERE to go to the U.S. website.  To respond by phone, call 1-844-330-2020.  Census takers will be contacting you if you have not responded yet.  Participation in 2020 Census interviews should present a low risk of transmission of COVID-19. Census takers are trained to rigorously and universally follow these CDC recommendations to mitigate risk of transmission:

  • Wearing of face masks.
  • Maintaining social distance of 6 ft. or more.
  • Practicing hand hygiene.
  • Not entering homes, and conducting interviews outside as much as possible or practical.

Household members encountered by census staff are encouraged to maintain social distances during interviews and practice the CDC’s other recommendations as much as possible.
The CDC stands ready to support the work of the Census Bureau and its staff in providing consultation and technical assistance to ensure that relevant data and findings are communicated in a timely fashion to keep Census field staff and household members safe and healthy.