Job Opening - Part Time A/P Clerk

The township has an opening for a Part Time Accounts Payable Clerk.  For more information and how to apply, click here.

September 20 - A Taste for Playwicki

For more infrmation about A Taste for Playwicki, click here to go to the Playwicki Farm web site.

Lower Southampton Township wishes to secure the services of a pension/Investment  consultant.


Lower Southampton Township seeks to secure a contract for investment consulting for its two Pension Funds (1 Defined Benefit Pension Fund and 1 Defined Contribution Pension Fund).


The purpose of this Request for Qualifications/Proposal (RFQ/RFP) is to define the Township’s minimum requirements, solicit Qualifications and Proposals and to gain adequate information from which the Selection Committee may evaluate such services of each respondent for the respective services requested. 


Click here for the Finance Page to review the RFQ/RFP.  All responses must be submitted on or before 12:00 Noon EST, September 15, 2015.


Police Chief Wiegman to Speak September 2

            Lower Southampton Township Chief of Police William Wiegman, Jr. will be the featured speaker for the Feasterville Business Association’s networking and general membership meeting to be held at Brookside Manor at Somerton Springs, 50 Bustleton Pike in Feasterville on Wednesday, September 2, beginning at 5:30 p.m. for networking to be followed by dinner at 6:30 p.m. All area business owners and executives are invited to attend.

Person of the Year

The Feasterville Business Association has honored Ray Greenberg as it's Person of the Year.  Click here for more information.

2015 Budget Information Available

All the elements of the 2015 budget are now available.  Click here.

Maple Ave. Bridge is Closed for Two Years

The Maple Avenue Bridge is now closed for possibly up to 2 years. During the construction of the new bridge, Maple Avenue will remain open for residents of Woodlyn Crossing and all businesses on Maple Avenue.  For more information, click here.

LS TV - Click on the picture to see what is playing.

Check Before You Dig



Call 811 before your dig, or 1-800-242-1776 if out of Pennsylvania. 


Check for more info.

Thanks for visiting our site - Look at what you can see and find.

You can review past minutes and agendas from the supervisor's meetings, check out our history and upcoming events, give us some feedback, and lots more, simply by clicking on the tabs on the top or on the left.   If there is any information you would like to see on our web site, click on the contact tab and let us know.  We are always adding old pictures of our township to 'show as it was', on the history page.  And, check out the Forms section (Permits & Forms tab).  We are adding lots of township forms, permits, applications, etc., for your review and use.




The Labyrinth was inspired by an ancient symbol for harmony and unity, the Vesica Pisces. Two symmetrical circles overlap forming an eye-shaped center enclosing the Common Ground shared by the circles. Following the events of 9-11, designer Connie Fenty created this pattern to be walked for reflection and meditation.

Evidence of existing Labyrinth patterns date as far back as 1300 B.C. Although its history is mysterious, it is believed that the Labyrinth was used by many ancient cultures including: Greek, Peruvian, Native American and European. This pattern was chosen to represent a part of Playwicki Farm History when the Native Americans and the European settlers lived together in harmony.

The Labyrinth was completed in the spring of 2007. It was built largely by community volunteers with assistance from the Lower Southampton Public Works Department. Local businesses who contributed materials were: Fizzano Brothers Concrete Products, Castle Garden Center, Feeney's and The Brickman Group Ltd., with funding provided by the Playwicki Farm Foundation.

The Labyrinth is dedicated in memory of Sue McKeon, former Lower Southampton Township Manager, Supervisor and President of the Playwicki Farm Foundation, whose love of Playwicki Farm helped preserve the property for the community's enjoyment and made this Labyrinth possible.  



This site is managed by Bob Klimek.