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 Bristol Township At A Glance

Unit of Local Government is a First Class Township

Council President - Craig Bowen
Council Vice-President - Amber Longhitano
Councilman - Murray Bailey, Jr.
Councilman - Troy Brennan
Councilman - Joe Glasson
Councilman - John Monahan
Councilwoman - Cynthia Murphy
Township Manager -William J. McCauley, III

Local Government Contact Page

The population is 55,421 (2010 Census Data)
The size is about 17 square miles
Population density is 3211 persons per square mile
The schools are in the Bristol Township School District

Part of the 8th Congressional District - Mike Fitzpatrick
Part of the 141st Legislative District - Tina Davis
Part of the 6th Senate District - Robert M. Tomlinson
U.S. Senators - Patrick J. ToomeyRobert P. Casey, Jr.
Governor - Tom Wolf

Minimum drinking age is 21.
Minimum age for buying tobacco products is 18.
Curfew for people 11 or under is 10:00 P.M.
Curfew for people 12 and 13 is 10:30 P.M.
Curfew for people 14 through 17 is 11:00 P.M.
View Nighttime Curfew Ordinance



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Bristol Township Launches New Virtual Tour Of Its Community

A new Video Tour Book highlighting Bristol Township is now available by clicking on the "Video Tour of Bristol Township" link on the Township's website homepage or by clicking here. The custom video features topics such as education, quality of life, business and industry, and recreation and tourism. "Bristol Township Council has made it a high priority to attract new residents and encourage businesses to invest here," said Council President Craig Bowen. "These short videos provide a glimpse into what makes Bristol Township such a great place to live and also a great place to do business," he said.

Click Here to Read the Press Release

Click Here to View the Video Tour Book

Zoning Hearing Board


Public Notice: Council Meeting Cancelled

The meeting of the Bristol Township Council, originally advertised for October 1, 2015, has been cancelled due to lack of business. The next meeting of the Township Council will be on Thursday, October 15, 2015 in the Municipal Building, 2501 Bath Road, Bristol, PA.

Registration is now open for Bristol Township's Baton Twirling Program

Registration forms can be dropped off at the front desk of the Municipal Building beginning September 30 -October 20 (8:30 AM - 4 PM) or register at  James Buchanan Elementary School Gym (2200 Haines Road Levittown, Pa 19055
September 29, 2015 thru October 13, 2015 (Tuesday & Thursdays from 6:15pm - 7:30pm)

Click Here for More Information

Click Here for Registration Form

Bristol Township's Harvest Festival is Saturday, October 24

Mark your calendar for another weekend of family fun in Bristol Township. The Township's Fall Harvest Festival is Saturday, October 24 from 10AM-2PM at the Municipal Complex (2501 Bath Road). Admission is free! Click Here for Event Flyer

Volunteers Lend a Helping Hand to Clean-Up Bristol Township

Volunteers from the Greenbelt Overhaul Alliance of Levittown (G.O.A.L.), B.T. Environmental Advisory Committee (EAC) members, and Bristol Township Council members recently lent a hand by cleaning up the Greenbelt and pruning overgrown trees. Bristol Township thanks its volunteers who help to make Bristol a cleaner, greener place to live. Click Here to view photos of the event

Improved Township Building Emerging As Renovations Progress
The Township's 67-year-old Municipal Building is in the midst of a $3-million facelift to rebuild its aging infrastructure. Work on the Municipal Building includes a new area for police prisoner transport, often called a sally port, upgraded offices and auditorium, a new roof, an updated HVAC system and extensive rehabilitation to the 67-year-old building.
Click Here to Watch Video of Councilwoman Cynthia Murphy Talk about the Renovation Project

Bristol Township Hires New Police Officer

At their regular meeting of September 17, 2015, the Bristol Township Council welcomed Joshua Bausch, who took his Oath of Office in front of a large crowd. “I am very pleased to welcome Joshua Bausch to the Bristol Township Police Department,” said Public Safety Director Robert Coulton. Joshua Bausch will start his employment with the Bristol Township Police Department on October 2, 2015.    Under Director Coulton’s supervision, Officer Bausch will be trained to work in the patrol division as a first responder to calls for service.The Officer was chosen from approximately 100 candidates who passed the Bucks County Consortium Test for police officers.  He will attend the Municipal Police Academy at the Montgomery County Community College starting October 5, 2015.

Click Here to Read Press Release

Public Meetings Not Broadcast Live During Renovations

Due to the ongoing Municipal Building renovation project, Council meetings will not be broadcast live on Comcast Channel 22 or Verizon FIOS Channel 45 until renovations to the auditorium are complete.  A video recording of the August 20 Council meeting can be viewed “On Demand” through Bristol Township TV.  Click Here to access On Demand TV and to view a rebroadcast of the the August 20 Council meeting.  Council meetings will be held at the James A. Gallagher Community Center, 2501 Bath Road, Bristol PA during the renovations.  The meetings are open to the public and residents are encouraged to participate. Meetings will be broadcast live once the auditorium renovations are complete. We appreciate your patience during this transition.

Discount Amusement Tickets Available At Township Building
If you are planning a trip to an area theme or amusement park, be sure to check out the discount tickets available through the Township.
Tickets may be purchased Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. at the Township Building. Only cash is accepted for payment.
Click for a list of parks and ticket prices

Bristol Township's 2015 Road Resurfacing Program Underway  
The Township's $5-million road resurfacing program is continuing. In the next two weeks, another five miles of roads will be resurfaced. The streets are part of 139 roads amounting to 32.7 miles of Township highways that will be resurfaced this year. "This has been an extremely important initiative for this Council and we are thrilled to announce just how far we've come to make our local roads smoother and safer," said Council President Craig Bowen. "We're keeping our promise to repave at least 88 miles of Township roadways within five years without raising real estate taxes."Thanks to an unprecedented investment of more than $9 million, 67 of the 177 miles of Township highways have been resurfaced since the current Council took office in 2012.
Click Here to Read the Press Release

Click Here For More Information about the 2015 Road Resurfacing Project

Click Here to View a List of Roads to be Paved in 2015

Bristol Township's Spring Edition Newsletter is Online!

Bristol Township’s spring edition newsletter is available online. The newsletter is packed with important information and updates on the 2015 road resurfacing program, police department, waste water treatment plant, and other tidbits of information.

Click Here To Read The Newsletter

Bristol Township Receives Good News in Latest Financial Report

2014 was a “terrific” year for the finances of Bristol Township, according to an address on the Township’s financial operations given at the April Council meeting. The Township finished last year with a $3.1 million surplus, expenses were $2.1 million lower than budget projections, and overall revenue was $820,000 higher than budgeted. The financial address cited other notable accomplishments of the administration and Council including adopting four consecutive balanced budgets since 2012, lowering real estate taxes for two out of four years (lowering the millage rate in 2012 and 2015), resurfacing 101 miles of Township highways by the end of this year, and creating 1,612 new jobs in the Township.

Click Here to Read the Financial Operations Presentation


Click Here to View the Breakdown of Where Your Real Estate Tax Dollars Went in 2014

Bristol Township's 2015 Street Sweeping Program

Street sweeping begins on Monday, April 6, 2015. Help us do a better job on street sweeping day. Please do not rake yard waste such as branches, twigs or leaves into the roadway or along your curbs.  Also, please do not park your vehicles on the roadway during the estimated sweeping week for your section. An effective street sweeping program is important, because a clean swept street means a more attractive neighborhood. Also, removing debris from curbs and roadways means less debris and pollution goes down storm drains and into Township waterways. Thank you for your help in making the 2015 street sweeping program a success. Please call the Public Works Department at (267) 812-2922 for more information.  
When is Your Street Cleaned? Click Here for the 2015 Street Sweeping Schedule

Township's 'Pothole Hotline' Now Taking Calls

Bristol Township is reminding residents to report potholes by calling Joan Lamina, Special Assistant to the Council, at 267-812-2950, or they can email jlamina@bristoltownship.org or manager@bristoltownship.org.

Township Manager Bill McCauley thanked residents for their patience and understanding during pothole season. “Our goal is to get every pothole reported to us patched within 48 hours and our Public Works’ crews are doing a great job,” he said.

Click Here to Read Press Release


Want to stay updated on Township news and events? Now, Bristol Township news and important information can be emailed directly to you! Bristol Township developed an electronic “E” newsletter to keep our residents and supporters better informed!  If you would like to receive Township news and updates, please enter your email address on the “Sign up for our e-newsletter” Township News icon on our website (bottom of this page).


To report potholes on Bristol Township Roads please call

(215) 785-2758 or e-mail rpp@bristoltownship.org.


To report potholes on State Roads please call

1-800-FIX-ROAD (1-800-349-7623)


Click here for a list of State Roads in Bristol Township

Route 13 Improvement Project

Construction to improve Route 13 from Route 413 (Veterans Hy) and Levittown Py began on January 21, 2013. For news and updates on the project visit http://www.safer13.com. Facts about the project and construction timelines are posted regularly.

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