Bucks County News

BUCKS COUNTY: County Health Dept. to Spray Adult Mosquitoes August 2nd in New Britain Borough, New Britain Township and Doylestown Township

The Bucks County Mosquito Control Program will conduct an ultra-low volume (ULV) mosquito control operation to reduce high populations of mosquitoes capable of transmitting West Nile Virus Thursday, August 2, 2018 in New Britain Borough, New Britain Township and Doylestown Township.

BUCKS COUNTY: Bucks County Household Hazardous Waste Collection Event in Warrington June 23

Do you have hazardous waste in your shed, garage or cabinets that can no longer be used, such as pesticides, cleaning agents, pool chemicals, gasoline, and oil-based paint?

BUCKS COUNTY: Attention: Monday, April 16th, 2018 is the Last Day to Register to Vote in the May 15, 2018 General Primary

General Primary As a reminder to the citizens of Bucks County, the Board of Elections encourages all eligible voters to participate in the election process.

BUCKS COUNTY: Commissioners Conduct First Business Meeting Since February in The Aftermath of Bucks County's Weather Afflicted March

The wave of Nor’easter storms that battered southeastern Pennsylvania over the last three weeks forced the postponement of consecutive business meetings for the Board of Bucks County Commissioners.

BUCKS COUNTY: Commissioners Offer Support for "#HoldOnYouMatter" Walk to Fight Suicide Sunday, April 22 in Fairless Hills

The Board of Bucks County Commissioners is proud to partner in a Bucks County event to bring fundraising and awareness of suicide prevention.

BUCKS COUNTY: Southampton Township Rail Trail Project Public Open House April 3, 2018

The Bucks County Commissioners, in conjunction with the Bucks County Planning Commission and Upper Southampton Township, are holding a Southampton Township Rail Trail Project Public Open House on Tuesday, April 3, 2018.

Bucks County commissioners approve slate of resolutions

In one afternoon session, the Bucks County board of commissioners met for 28 minutes and approved 22 resolutions last week in Doylestown.

Bucks County Commissioners approve grants for gaming money use

DNA database, transitional housing among the projects to receive gaming funds.

Bucks County receives record-high credit ratings

Bucks County, Pennsylvania, reached a new gold standard in its credit rating last week when Moody’s and Standard & Poor’s both confirmed the jurisdiction’s “Triple A” rating in preparation for the county’s newest bond offering.

Bucks County commissioners pass 33 resolutions during senior center meeting

Pennsylvania's Bucks County Commissioners Robert Loughery, Diane Ellis-Marseglia and Charles Martin voted on 34 agenda items during a visit to the Bensalam Senior Center on Wednesday.

Ellis-Marseglia appointed as DVRC chair

During a meeting of the Delaware Valley Regional Commission (DVRPC) board, Bucks County Commissioner, Diane Ellis-Marseglia was selected by a unanimous vote to chair the board, the county's news service reported on Monday.

Loughery to serve fourth term as Bucks Board chairman

Robert Loughery will remain chairman of the Bucks County Board of Commissioners after a unanimous appointment on Wednesday during a board meeting.

Bucks County recounts 2014 in review

The government of Bucks County praised its management of fiscal resources during a review of 2014 released on Friday.

Bucks County approves $393 million budget for 2015

Bucks County commissioners approved a $393.9 million budget for 2015 on Wednesday.

Bucks County looking at surplus in 2015

Bucks County is expected to have another surplus year in 2015.

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