2012 District Court Overview
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2013 Budget Approved
In the current economic climate, the Board of Supervisors continues to look at cost-saving solutions while not increasing taxes to our residents. Read more about the 2013 approved budget.
October 2012 East Rockhill with the help of Bucks County Open Space program purchased 18.05 acres that joined the Willard H. Markey Centennial Park to the Municipal Complex. Future plans will be for an expansion of the park & future municipal use.
5th Street Basin Construction
East Rockhill Township was awarded a growing Greener grant from the state Department of Enviornmental Protection and Bucks County for retrofitting the Fifth Street stormwater basin with a naturalized basin designed to current DEP standards. The new design will help reduce non-point source pollution and help maintain water quality. Main excavation began in September, grading & any re-plantings will occur in the Spring of 2013..
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Household Hazardous Collection
Bucks County Hazardous Waste Collection has been completed for 2012. Look for 2013 dates to be available in May. An old computer & electronic recylcing will take place September 29, 2012 at Bucks County Planning Commission, Almshouse Road & Route 611, Doylestown.
Safely Dispose of Old Medications
The Pennridge Regional Police Department, 200 Ridge Road, is taking part in a 'drug take back' progam. Citizens can drop unwanted medication into the Med Return drop box anonymously with no questions asked. The box is routinely emptied and medicatiosn promptly turned over to the District Attorney's office for proper disposal.
Republic Services, previously known as Allied Waste and BFI, will be the exclusive trash and recycling hauler within the Trash District starting on January 1, 2012.
While all 180 households in the Trash District (Pines II, Pines III, Cedarbrook Crossing) must use Republic, other township residents are free to choose their own hauler. However, Republic has agreed to extend the terms of their winning bid to all township residents willing to sign a three-year contract.For more information, click here or call Republic Services at 215-723-0400.
Trash and Recycling Implementation Plan
Recyclebanks January 2012 Letter
Select Properties proposed subdivision of 193 homes at 1731 Old Bethlehem Pike
Protect yourself from a Flood
Anywhere it rains, it can flood. A flood is a general and temporary condtion where two or more acres of normally dry land or two or more properties are inundated by water or mudflow. Many conditions can result in a flood: hurricanes, broken levees, outdated or clogged drainage systems and rapid accumulation of rainfall. Draft Revised Flood Insurance Rate Maps.
A public hearing was held July 20, 2010 at 7:00pm by the Board of Supervisors to consider a proposed Ordinance to amend the solid waste ordinance to provide hours of operation and list materials accepted at the East Rockhill Township Residential Recycling Center. The Recycling Center hours of operation were changed by Resolution No. 2010- 11 to 6:00 AM until 9:00 PM Monday through Saturday and from 6:00 AM until 1:00 PM on Sundays. The Center is only for residential use of approved materials as listed in Ordinance #254. Violators are subject to fines and penaliteis.
In an emergency, a few minutes can be the difference between life
and death. In order to reach emergencies more quickly, Perkasie
Fire Company has created a dedicated unit, Unit 26, to respond to
cardiac or respiratory arrest and choking incidents. East Rockhill
Township gave vocal support to Perkasie Fire Company’s Unit
26 initiative, as it will improve emergency services in the township.