Job Openings - Two Part Time Fire Inspectors

There are two openings in the township for part time fire inspector.  Click here for more information.

Click here for more information on the Painting Party
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Camp Registration ends on May 22nd

Click here for updated information on our summer camps
Registration will close on May 22nd - for the registration form and more info, go to Parks and Recreation.
Summer Day Camps Deadline, 2015.pdf
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2015 Dolphin Registration

The Dolphin Swim Club Registrtion Form is now available for 2015.  Click here.

May 8 - Rotary Club Bingo

Feasterville Rotary Club

Longaberger Basket & Designer Handbag Bingo.


When – Friday, May 8, 2015, Doors open 5:30 pm games begin at 7:00 pm.

Where – Twining Hall – Trevose Fire Company, 4900 Street Road, Trevose.

Price - $25.00 in advance - $30.00 at the door (if available)


Food & refreshments available.

Bring non-perishable food items to stock our local food pantries & be entered into a special drawing.


Proceeds to benefit Rotary

Recycling of Electronic Equipment

Click on the link for recycling information in the county.
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2015 Camp Information Now Available

Parks and Recreation now has the forms for registration for the 2015 camps.  Click here.

Cooking Demo at Playwicki postponed

The Artisan Chefs Cooking Demo scheduled for March 29th has been postponed.  Watch for a new date.

'Heroin Kills' Videos

The Bucks County District Attorney’s Office is proud to offer its new “Heroin Kills” anti-opiate public service announcement videos for broadcast by regional TV stations and local access cable channels as well as Bucks County municipalities and school districts to use for free. The videos are an extension of the DA’s anti-heroin initiative, which seeks to educate the public about the use and abuse of heroin and its tragic consequences, as well as to cut the supply of drugs and identify and prosecute dealers through anonymous tip lines and other means.


Central to both videos, one approximately a minute long, one approximately ten minutes long, is the courageous and wrenching account of “Maggie,” a suburban mother whose daughter, a former high school honor student, has fallen victim to heroin addiction. Eloquently and frankly, “Maggie” tells of the toll taken by the drug on her daughter, including a half-dozen failed attempts to kick the habit, and the daughter’s single-minded plundering of her parents’ possessions and finances in order to pay for the heroin she craves.

Heroin Kills :60 PSA only:

Heroin Kills "Maggie's Story" 10 minute version:

Lower South Volunteers, who were the first ever League Champions in our Joint-Intramural Girls League with Valley AA.  Congratulations, girls.

Sturdent of the Month - Rotary Club




Celina Lee was recognized as March’s Student of the Month by the Feasterville Rotary Club at its breakfast meeting on March 10th, 2015, at the Suburban Diner.  She lives in Feasterville with her parents, Austin and Sunny Lee and her older sister and brother Ashley and Danny.  Celina has attended Neshaminy schools for the past four years and her GPA is 3.8, and she ranks number 107 in her class of 651.


Celina’s Senior Program of study includes Honors Calculus, AP English 12, Honors Chemistry 2, AP Environmental Science, Child Development, AP Psychology and Spanish 5.  Celina is a member of the National Honor Society and Bible Club and does Peer Mediation.


In the realm of community service and volunteerism, she works with Cast your Cares Soup Kitchen; does nursing home visitations; takes mission trips to Costa Rica, inner city New York City and Mexico; and she’s a Teacher’s Assistant at a Summer Camp.


Celina enjoys singing and reading and working with children.


After high school, she would like to attend a college or university, the go on to medical school on her way to becoming a Pediatrician.


Person of the Year

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

Volunteers for Boards are needed.

1. Animal Control Advisory Board – 2 vacancies – 3 year     terms

2. Cable Advisory Board – 2 vacancies –  one for 2 year term & one for 1 year term

3. Environmental Advisory Council – 1 vacancy – 1 year term

4. Library Board – 1 vacancy as of March – 3 year term

5. Youth Assistance Council – 3 vacancies – 1 year terms

If you can serve, call us at the township building.

Sanitation Rebate available

There is a sanitation rebate for seniors 65 years or older. and veterans 50% disabled or greater (we need a letter stating % of disability).  One per shousehold, please.


This is for the 2014 tax year and is available from Febraury 9, 2015, thru May 29, 2015.  You must bring in your 2014 tax bill to the township office.  Some restrictions apply.

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.