New Traffic Pattern on York Rd (Route 263) starting 12/13/2016

PennDOT will be switching to a temporary lane configuration on or about Tuesday December 13, 2016 starting at 8 a.m. and completing the same day (this is a weather dependent operation). The new configuration will have a single lane in each direction, turn lanes and storage space on the shoulder for snow. Traffic will stay in this configuration until the spring of 2017.


Warwick’s Real Local Hero’s – Fundraiser for Warwick Fire Company

 On behalf of Mike Anton, Owner/Operator of the Warwick McDonald’s, I would like to cordially invite you to honor some of Warwick’s Real Local Heroes at a fundraising event to support the Warwick Township Fire Company. McDonald’s is recognizing the Warwick Township Fire Company for selflessly serving our community day-in and day-out, and will donate 20 percent of all proceeds from food and beverage purchased (with below flyer, save and print or pick one up at the Township Building) directly to the Company.

 Members of the Warwick Township Fire Company will be in the restaurant engaging with local community members and having conversations about the importance of fire safety. Ronald McDonald will also make a special guest appearance.

 The event details are as follows:

 Wednesday, October 26, 2016

5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

McDonald’s Restaurant

2395 York Road

Jamison, PA, 18929

 We hope you can attend and contribute to the conversation. Should you be interested in attending and offering remarks about the importance of our Real Local Heroes in the Warwick Township Fire Company, please reach out and let us know.

 Additionally, we hope that you will pass this information and attached flyer along to other influencers in your community.


Hope to see you there!

 Warwick Fire Company Fundraiser

Best regards,

Matt Lynch

on behalf of McDonald’s


Warwick joins FEMA’s Community Rating System

On June 20th 2016, FEMA recognized Warwick Township for achieving membership in the Community Rating System. Warwick earned a level of membership at a Class 7 rating. The Class 7 rating is the second-highest rating earned by any community in the Commonwealth.

Nationally, a relative handful (approximately 5%) of NFIP communities choose to exceed FEMA’s minimum requirements for NFIP participation, and these additional efforts and activities result in a community that is safer and better prepared for future flooding events. As a new member of the CRS program, Warwick Township has joined an elite group of only 27 communities in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania that have been recognized for going above and beyond the minimum requirements to make their communities safer.

Perhaps more tangible and more important to Warwick Township’s residents, the Class 7 rating qualifies each NFIP policyholder for a 15% premium discount for any policy written in the Special Flood Hazard Area.


(Pictured left to right): Kyle W. Seckinger (Warwick), Richard J. Sobota (FEMA)